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Lancaster

Although the chances of ‘accidentally’ finding yourself in Lancaster are very slim, it is interesting to see in England something other than London,  that usually comes to our mind when we think of England. The reason I went there was a three-month ERASMUS+ scholarship for a study visit to the Lancaster University. Situated in North-West […]

Best islands to live on

Best islands to live on The dream of Surround Me With Water becoming an everyday reality is one we all share. Living on a island. If you are concerned with the cost of island living , we rounded up affordable options (plus one that’s worth the splurge, just for fun). A beach bum wants a different vibe from a city slicker – […]

Salar de Uyuni

Jeeps across Altiplano – from Uyuni to the Chilean border The huge area covered with a layer of salt several meters thick is not only important transport-wise, but also has a great economic value for Bolivia. Although the Lonely Planet has described it as ‘the greatest nothing on the planet’, the salt contains lithium, which […]

Where to travel in 2017.?

Best places to travel in 2017.   Canada It’s the Great White North’s 150th birthday, and Canadians have graciously invited us to celebrate. Start by signing up for the free Discovery pass.  That gives anyone free entry into all of its national parks in 2017—we’re eyeing. But Canada’s cities are truly having a moment. Montreal is redefining […]

Game Of Thrones – Ultimate travel guide

Game of thrones – Ultimate travel guide Game of Thrones is lauded for its lush world-building and the visually stunning way production designers. They have brought George R.R. Martin’s rich, complicated world to life  Game of Thrones is, after all, a study in mind-blowing landscapes. Frigid wastelands and forests beyond the Wall, the amply-treed Kingsroad, turquoise waters across […]

Travel Agents – 10 reasons why to use them

In this holiday season of giving and thanking, we should also remember to say thanks to our caring,professional and smart travel professionals who have been so supportive trough the year. They really deserve at least 10 reasons to be used for planning our trips, not only this year, but trough the years that are coming. […]

Iceland – Geothermal activity

Geothermal activity and natural hot tubs Most of the swimming pools are heated by geothermal energy, natural resource of big importance since ancient times. Reykjavik, the capital of Iceland, even owes its name to the steam of hot springs (smoke, as Ingólfur Arnarson, the first settler called it). Reykjavik literally means “The Bay of Smokes”. […]

The sea – desert scent of Santorini

Scent One of the things I like to do when I land in a new country is to take in the scent. The sea-desert scent of Santorini was immediately dispersed by the strong wind that blew for most of my stay there. Luckily, I love the wind, it somehow reminds me of the dynamics of […]

Moscow – 24 Hours

24 Hours in Moscow – 2hrs – Kremlin : historical and spiritual centre of Moscow. The fortified historical distriict is enclosed by high walls that are 2 kn long. The entrance ticket includes admission to all five churches in the Kremlin and Patriarch Palace. 2hrs – Red Square – outside the Kremlin,s wall. Cobblestoned square […]

Norwegian Air granted licence for US-Ireland flights

REUTERS: The U.S. Transportation Department said on Friday it granted flying rights to Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA’s Irish unit, setting the stage for a new battle among airlines for leisure travelers across the Atlantic. Norwegian Air has been granted a permit for US-Ireland flights, paving the way for the first low-cost transatlantic flights from Ireland. […]

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