Are you thinking of visiting Paris soon? Wouldn’t it be nice to be treated like a VIP while you’re there? Well, if you're our top reviewer this month, that's exactly what you'll be doing. Each month we offer our very special VIP Experience to the person who submitted the most reviews on our site over the previous six months.Read full entry »
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Whether you're travelling the world or just checking out some of the domestic options to expand your horizons, it's important to understand that there are money traps virtually everywhere you turn. Since travel has become increasingly expensive with higher airfares and gas prices, it's important to save in any way possible. You may have many great opportunities to get out there and see the world, but the last thing you want is to incur massive personal debt that you must pay down for years. So keep an eye out for these five money traps, and do whatever you can to avoid them.Read full entry »
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Israel is a country generally associated with history and religion and there’s no doubt that this is what makes this small country, barely bigger than Wales or the US State of New Jersey, such a focal point on the radar of people around the world. What people often don’t know about Israel is that despite its size, it has incredible natural diversity – 60% of the land area is desert, whilst less than two hours away, the rolling green hills of the Galilee are home to among other things, a ski resort. Amid this diversity are some magnificent natural wonders. Here are five of the best.Read full entry »
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