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Top 10 places to stay when visiting the Australian Open tennis

One of the four major Grand Slam tennis tournaments is held in Melbourne and named the Australian Open. Thousands upon thousands flock each year to attend this tournament and is very popular with the locals but also attended by many visitors from overseas.

Here we share with you our top 10 places to stay that are within walking distance to the Australian Open or a few minutes by cab. Even though it’s in the middle of our summer and can be a nice sunny day Melbourne is also renowned for it’s erratic weather, some say it is known to have all 4 seasons in the one day.

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5 tips to travel the world on a budget

Travelling doesn’t have to be expensive. Read 5 ways to travel the world on a budget

On a Budget? 5 Ways You Can Still Travel the World! Mon, 16 Feb 2015 00:25:12 -0800

The world is becoming more accessible, with airlines, accommodation and everything in between available at budget friendly prices. If you can sort through the droves of information, you can go a lot further for a lot less.

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Follow his footsteps from Morocco’s coast to desert

Ah, the wonders of Morocco – Follow in his footsteps.

Morocco, From Coast to Desert – New York Times Fri, 06 Feb 2015 14:13:54 GMT

New York TimesMorocco, From Coast to DesertNew York TimesThe temperature was easily 90 degrees as Mohamed wrapped my head with a long blue chech, the sun protection worn by Moroccan desert nomads. Nearby, camels snorted and moaned while handlers outf …

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16 awesome rooftop bars

Like to live the high life and sit on top of the world, enjoy these 16 awesome rooftop bars

16 Incredible Rooftop Bars – CNN Travel Sun, 18 Jan 2015 20:08:05 -0800

Here are some contenders for the greatest al fresco drinks high above the streets. MORE: 12 of the world’s most unusual cocktails. … 16 incredible rooftop bars. Good cocktails combine with spectacular views across rivers, cityscapes and oceans at these bird-level drinkeries. 19 January, 2015 … On the roof of Bangkok’s Banyan Tree Hotel, Vertigo specializes in barbecued seafood, though it also grills a mean steak and has a good vegetarian menu. Walk a few steps and you’re at …

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Anyone for Ipswich, Suffolk?

Anyone for Ipswich, Suffolk ? 

Let’s go to … Ipswich, Suffolk – The Guardian

The GuardianLet’s go to … Ipswich, SuffolkThe GuardianThe Ipswich Museum (free) is in a leafy part of town and has a great natural history collection (including, a huge replica woolly mammoth). Christchurch Mansion (free) has a good collect …

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Top 10 bars in Beunos Aires

Top 10 bars in Beunos Aires

Top 10 bars in Buenos Aires – The Guardian Thu, 11 Dec 2014 06:00:17 GMT

The GuardianTop 10 bars in Buenos AiresThe GuardianThursday is “after office” night, meaning it draws a crowd from early evening (which is 9pm in these parts), and so is a good place to come if you want a taste of the city’s famous party atmosphere w …

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Top 5 attractions in Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico is a small tropical island, it resides in the Caribbean. It has a population of around 3.6 million people and the official language is Spanish but English is the second language and spoken by most people.

The people of Puerto Rico refer to their island as the ‘Island of Enchantment’, it has a diverse terrain, wonderful beaches and the people are soooo friendly.

For a detailed run  down of Puerto Rico’s history and many other details head over to below link.

Wikipedia link

Here’s our list of the top 5 attractions you must visit while in Puerto Rico.

Old San Juan

Old San Juan – To get a feel on Puerto Rico and it’s rich past spend a day walking around Old San Juan...

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Unesco World Heritage city of Guanajuato

Guanajuato is one of states of Mexico with it’s capital city being of the same name.The state of Gunajuato has approximately 5.5 million people. The city was founded in 1559 due to it’s rich deposits gold and silver. The city iteself is founded in a valley surrounded by the Sierra de Guanajuato mountains which has created narrow narrow and winding streets which some cars cannot travel. Due to it’s rich past it has several stunning tree lined plazas with opulent colonial building. The city has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

For a detailed summary of Guanajuato click here.

Things to see and do

Alhondiga de Granaditas – A very large building covering a city block which was built to store enough grain to feed the city for a year.


University of Guanajuato – Began as a Jesuit sc...

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23 Inspiring pictures that make Norway an exceptional destination

Norway is not renowned for it’s tourist attractions but one thing it does have is natural beauty, and there is an abundance.

Just look at these pictures and you will see why.

#1. Svolvaer


#2. Reinebringen


#3 Odda



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