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  1. These Freshman Traditions Prove University is Crazier than Travelling

    posted by Manita Dosanjh | 0 Comments

    These Freshman Traditions Prove University is Crazier than Travelling

    Sep122014

    What are the wildest university traditions around the world? We tracked down some international students to find out...

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  2. How TEFL can allow you to travel long-term

    posted by Guest Blogger - Helen Hargreave | 3 Comments

    How TEFL can allow you to travel long-term

    Sep122014

    Ever wondered how you can travel for longer without running out of money? TEFL might just be the answer you're looking for...

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  3. Has Voluntourism Made You a Harmful Traveller?

    posted by Manita Dosanjh | 5 Comments

    Has Voluntourism Made You a Harmful Traveller?

    Sep092014

    There’s a fine line between harmful and ethical volunteering. How can you be sure not to cross it?

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  4. Can You Believe These Game of Thrones Locations Really Exist in Ireland?

    posted by Daniel Crudge | 0 Comments

    Can You Believe These Game of Thrones Locations Really Exist in Ireland?

    Sep092014

    Knights, magic and dragons - come on, this is all the stuff of fantasy. But is it? Can you believe that a whole load of those mind-bending Game of Thrones locations actually exist – and somewhere as easily accessible as Ireland. It’s all right there, ready to see and every bit as incredible as they are on the screen. Here’s a selection of the best settings for some of the dramatic scenes in one of the biggest shows of all time.

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  5. Where to go as Europe cools down

    posted by Guest expert - Lonely Planet | 4 Comments

    Where to go as Europe cools down

    Sep042014

    Some destinations are a little too hot to handle during the summer months but are now as balmy as can be, with the bonus of fewer tourists. Here are the destinations within easy reach of European travellers that we think are just perfect for travel in November and December.

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  6. 30 Free Things to Do in New Zealand

    posted by Brendan Lee | 0 Comments

    30 Free Things to Do in New Zealand

    Sep032014

    Worried about New Zealand putting a strain on your wallet? With our list of freebies you can have an awesome trip while protecting those precious dollar bills...

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  7. Sights You Won’t Believe Exist Along the Wild Atlantic Way

    posted by Daniel Crudge | 2 Comments

    Sights You Won’t Believe Exist Along the Wild Atlantic Way

    Sep012014

    From castles straight out of the pages of myths and legends to awe-inspiring natural beauty, a road trip along the Wild Atlantic Way is the stuff of dreams. Its untamed landscapes and sheer cliff faces, crashing tidal waves and whipping winds are enough to make you feel small and powerless...

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  8. A-Z of Why Dublin is the World’s Coolest City to Visit Now

    posted by Isabel Clift | 1 Comments

    A-Z of Why Dublin is the World’s Coolest City to Visit Now

    Sep012014

    Find out where to get the best cup of coffee in Dublin, plus sniff out craft beer bars, vintage markets, art galleries and a secret garden in the centre of the city...

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  9. 40 World Beers to Fuel your Summer Travels

    posted by Daniel Crudge | 4 Comments

    40 World Beers to Fuel your Summer Travels

    Aug292014

    Check out our list of the best beers to fuel your travels. 40 brews from around the world that suit a budget, pass the taste test and, most importantly, do the job.

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  10. How NOT to behave on public transport (how many are you guilty of?)

    posted by Darren Crocker | 10 Comments

    How NOT to behave on public transport (how many are you guilty of?)

    Aug292014

    All the little gripes and moans you've had about travelling on public transport, condensed into one handy list, with GIFs. Which ones have we missed?

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