How to plan a memorable family vacation

A family vacation at least once a year is a good way to ensure that you and your partner get a well deserved break while also giving your children a chance to rest and relax before starting a new school term or year. A family vacation can only be fun if you plan ahead in …

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Eating safe when travelling

Food is one of the things we most look forward to when travelling to a foreign country. It’s exciting to try out the cuisines of other cultures, be it from high-end restaurants or street side stalls. But not everyone can eat all these different types of food and feel comfortable, especially if your body needs …

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Budget Restaurants in London

If you’re a foreign student in London, and still would love to taste some great stuff, all at a budget price, fret not, London has a host of restaurants that serve delicious food, at an affordable rate. Here is a list of those restaurants.   Baozi Inn For chilli-hot Sichuan street food dishes, this communist-kitsch …

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Places to travel to in the month of July – ii

It’s always best to plan a vacation a month ahead. Here are some travel destinations to consider.   Iceland In July, Icelandic days are up to 20 hours long and the weather is mild. It is peak season, but while big attractions like the Blue Lagoon and Reykjavík are busy, the warmer weather means once-frozen …

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Parks and Recreation in London

If you’re a student in London and are looking for places to visit on a budget, look no further; London has a plethora parks that you could take a stroll in, or even enjoy a little picnic at. Here is a list of some of them:   Hyde Park Huge and centrally located, Hyde Park …

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Places to travel to in the month of July

It’s always best to plan a vacation a month ahead. Here are some travel destinations to consider. Vancouver, Canada A long list of adjectives is needed to describe Vancouver’s cultural and artistic scene – eclectic, vibrant, and authentic are a few that just scratch the surface of the city’s offerings. In July, the summer festival …

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Travel Tips to consider when you plan on holidaying in Europe

Don’t travel to Europe in the summer if you can avoid it This is actually the worst time to visit Europe. Prices are at their highest, the cities are uncomfortably crowded and all of the locals are on holidays. Travel off-season instead for a more local experience. In winter, hotels can be discounted by 40% …

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Culture Shock

What exactly is culture shock? Essentially culture shock is your adjustment to new surroundings and new way of doing things. For example, you may find that things are done a certain way back in your home country – however in your adopted host country that same thing is done totally different. While not that bad …

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Cost of living in Sydney

These prices are based on abundant and consistent data. They are based on 10,947 prices entered by 1,186 different people. Latest price update: April 07, 2015. Food Lunchtime menu in the business district AU$16 Combo meal in fast food restaurant (Big Mac Meal or similar) AU$9 1/2 Kg (1 lb.) of boneless chicken breast AU$6 …

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Benefits of Studying Abroad

1. See the World The biggest reason you should consider a study abroad program is the opportunity to see the world. By studying abroad, you will experience a brand-new country with incredible new outlooks, customs and activities. The benefits of studying abroad include the opportunity to see new terrains, natural wonders, museums and landmarks of …

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