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  1. The thrillseeker's guide to New Zealand

    posted by Sarah Kilbourne | 0 Comments

    The thrillseeker's guide to New Zealand

    Apr302015

    It's almost impossible to have a "normal holiday" in this beautiful country, with so many mountains, glaciers and lakes just waiting to be explored. From zorbing to skydiving, I’ve put together a list of my top tips for anybody seeking adventure in New Zealand.

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  2. Where to go in Europe while the Euro’s weak

    posted by Emma Martell | 0 Comments

    Where to go in Europe while the Euro’s weak

    Apr272015

    This spring the euro hit a seven-year low against the pound, and a 12-year low against the dollar. So it's the perfect time to book a trip to Europe! Read on for the best value European cities for a cheap break, including Berlin, Madrid, Lisbon, Barcelona and Athens.

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  3. 15 of the best coffee spots in Amsterdam

    posted by Alex Kitain | 2 Comments

    15 of the best coffee spots in Amsterdam

    Apr222015

    Amsterdam is world-famous for its “coffee shops”, but in recent years there's been an explosion of amazing places to get high on caffeine only. Read on for your ultimate guide to coffee in Amsterdam.

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  4. 11 mindblowing temples in Southeast Asia

    posted by Lauren Marinigh | 0 Comments

    11 mindblowing temples in Southeast Asia

    Apr172015

    Southeast Asia is home to some of the world's most beautiful, colourful and downright weird temples. We've put together a list of our favourites, from the iconic Angkor Wat in Cambodia to the surreal and colourful Sri Mariamman in Singapore.

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  5. London's best street food: Korean burritos, Angry Fries and obscenely gooey brownies

    posted by Alice Tate | 0 Comments

    London's best street food: Korean burritos, Angry Fries and obscenely gooey brownies

    Apr142015

    London has some of the world's most incredible street food and with summer just around the corner, it's time to take to the streets for some budget-friendly al fresco dining. Here’s our guide to the best street food markets and traders in the city…

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  6. Weird and wonderful traditions from the world’s most ancient tribes

    posted by Danielle Saunders | 0 Comments

    Weird and wonderful traditions from the world’s most ancient tribes

    Mar302015

    If you're in London this spring and interested in learning more about the world’s most ancient tribes, then the ‘Origins’ exhibition at Heist Gallery in Notting Hill is a must.

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  7. This is why you should visit NYC this summer

    posted by Jasmin Hassan | 0 Comments

    This is why you should visit NYC this summer

    Mar242015

    There’s nothing quite like New York in the sunshine, so here are a few budget-friendly reasons why you should visit NYC this summer...

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  8. Why you shouldn't skip Tasmania when you go to Australia

    posted by Sarah Kilbourne | 9 Comments

    Why you shouldn't skip Tasmania when you go to Australia

    Mar202015

    What's the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Australia? Snorkeling the Great Barrier Reef, marveling at the Sydney Opera House or surfing in iconic Byron Bay? Mainstream Australia understandably gets a lot of attention, but don't forget to share the love with Tasmania.

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  9. Ain't no party like a hostel party! 8 of the best party hostels around the world

    posted by Colin Rivera | 1 Comments

    Ain't no party like a hostel party! 8 of the best party hostels around the world

    Mar172015

    Hostels are famous for having fun and social vibes. Check out our list of the top party-filled places to stay on your travels.

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  10. Don’t forget the Gilis! Nine reasons not to overlook Bali’s little sisters

    posted by Lima Curtis | 7 Comments

    Don’t forget the Gilis! Nine reasons not to overlook Bali’s little sisters

    Mar102015

    Bali has been on the tourist trail for years now and while it’s certainly not a spot to miss, make sure you set aside some time to abandon the crowds and explore Bali’s three little sisters; Gili Trawangan (aka Gili T), Gili Air and Gili Meno.

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