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A Battle of the Elements

Finland versus Turkey Snow or sand, oceans or ice, this is one of the most debated questions by sportspeople and common folk alike. No matter which side of the fence you sit, whether it’s soaking up the sun on the beach, or making snow angels in the cold, there is no denying that both terrains…

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Caravan holiday around Scandinavia

For many caravan owners, touring Scandinavia is a trip that is most definitely on their list. As Scandinavia is a large region of Northern Europe, there are many countries to explore. Norway, Finland, Denmark and Sweden each provide endless possibilities to explore. This is why many caravan owners add Scandinavia to their list of places…

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Are ‘Northern Lights’ Cruises a Good Idea?

Ask for holiday advice for the depths of winter, and most people would suggest heading south, towards the sun. For the winter of 2013/14, though, the smart move is to head north, because there are more ways to enjoy the sun than just basking in it on a beach somewhere. Every eleven years or so,…

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Traveling from Ruka & Kuusamo

Whether it’s the story-like medieval houses or the dazzling nightlife, the excitement of the big city or the notorious architecture, the outstanding marvels or the crowded shopping avenues—there is something for everyone in Germany. At an astounding amount, there are more than 10,000 cities in Germany between the North Sea and the Alps, each one…

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Welcome to Lapland

Legend tells of a hollow mountain, shrouded in snow, in the far distant north of Lapland. Inside the mountain is a secret workshop – a treasure trove of Christmas delights. Over the centuries, Lapland has become synonymous with Father Christmas or Santa Claus. Each year thousands of parents from around the globe delight their children…

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Food Options in Ruka/Kuusamo

A very common and important question to ask when traveling to foreign countries is, “How is their food?” And as exciting as it is to research, it’s even more fulfilling to experience with your own taste buds alone. Lappish cuisine has always heavily relied on local materials. In Ruka and Kuusamo, reindeer herding became a way…

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Top 5 Kid Friendly Things to do in Singapore

Many people from this area are faced with the vacation decision of heading to Singapore or Maui. If you can’t find cheap Maui flights then you should consider Singapore as an alternative. Singapore is a location of endless activities and adventure for the whole family. Indoor seekers can share the excitement of museums with engaging…

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Dishes To Try In Spain

  As the home of world renowned chefs such as Paco Torreblanca and Ferran Adrià and a vast range of top quality tavernas and restaurants, Spain can accurately be described as the culinary capital of Europe. Visitors can even indulge in delicious native dishes, as highlighted in this article.   Cochinillo Asado Anybody who believes…

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South Africa’s Garden Route

This is a guest post by Matt Hope from BackpackingWorldwide.com South Africa’s Garden Route is an amazing place to visit. With it’s beautiful setting, cultural background, and friendly inhabitants—it makes one of the best places to visit in the world. It’s often difficult to figure out just what to do in a place that offers…

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