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Florida Trips Guide - Travelling - Page 7

Hobart, Tasmania – Part 1
Hobart is the second oldest city in Australia after Sydney. It was set up over British concerns about the presence of French explorers. The first settlement was started in 1803 as a penal colony at Risdon Cove on the eastern shores of the Derwent Riv...
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Belize Highlights
I have been to Belize a few times both for work and as a holiday. I would recommend it as a place that can offer either a Resort style experience or a budget break, which combines world-class snorkelling and indigenous culture. Whiche...
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Tresco, Isles of Scilly – Part 3
If you are looking for a more informed walking and wildlife spotting experience then join a guided walk with a Wildlife Trust ranger. This is free and is run weekly in high season you can find out the schedule on the ‘wildlifetrust’ web site. The bir...
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Tresco, Isles of Scilly – Part 2
So Tresco is a dash of exotic mixed with the very much English. Its waves are the colour of the Mediterranean that beautiful mixture from duck egg to turquoise to Prussian blue, however, you will find the water is a bit chillier. It feels like a litt...
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Tresco, Isles of Scilly – Part 1
This is a little piece of Britain with just a hint of the Mediterranean. It’s here that you can head off the Cornish coast to enjoy a relaxing walk around one of the UK’s most peaceful getaways. Tresco offers a true literal mini-break...
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Nevada’s ‘WildWest’
If you are dreaming of the ultimate summer adventure then head to Nevada. This is a place where opulence meets the stunning, unique, rugged wilderness. If someone says Nevada you no doubt think about the bright lights of Las Vegas. Wh...
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Mexico and Belize’s coast
If you know someone or can hire a small yacht then this is a journey you should do. The trip started at lively Cancun which is nestled on the tip of the Yucatan and the ideal starting point with easy access flights from the U. S. Once...
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Antigua, Guatemala – Part 3
Antigua is packed with tourist rubbish often made in Asia. If you want to see or buy quality crafts and antiques then stop off at the Casa de Artes, which has an excellent collection of ceremonial masks, textiles and majolica ceramics. Then round off...
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Antigua, Guatemala – Part 2
Getting to town from the airport will depend on how you arrange your travel. Package deals usually arrange minibuses or taxis from the airport to Antigua which is around two hours. There are also regular shuttle bus transfers from US$20. Budget watch...
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Antigua, Guatemala – Part 1
Tell someone that you are on your way to Antigua and they immediately have visions of sandy beaches and palm trees. Well this Antigua is a vision of dormant volcanoes and forests that have allowed Antigua to preserve its colonial flavour and lets you...
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Lake Atitlán - Part 2
In this section, I will deal the what to expect in the way of place to stay and what to you will find in the way of food and drink. As I have already mentioned travelling by public transport is very cheap. Those who are on an ultra-low budget can use...
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Lake Atitlán - Part 1
Lake Atitlán has become one of the new places to go for the traveller that wants to do something different. It’s located about 50 west of Guatemala City and can be most easily reached by flying with Iberia from London Heathrow-Guatemala City via Madr...
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Taj Mahal, India – Part 2
The Taj Mahal is a statement in marble, an awesome architectural statement that declares the opulence and extravagance of 17th-century Mughal architecture. It’s listed by UNESCO and, in 2007, was voted one of the New 7 Wonders of the World. This enor...
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Taj Mahal, India – Part 1
As a lasting monument to love, the Taj Mahal is one of the world’s most beautiful buildings. However, its very popularity has meant that a crowd-free visit to this legendary site requires careful planning. If not it will be it will be like a visit to...
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Anchorage, Alaska – Part 3
Flying is integral to the way of life in Alaska. The best way to appreciate the immense landscapes; if the weather and your budget allows, is to start with a flightseeing tour. Mornings tend to be less bumpy than afternoons. Rust’s Fl...
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Anchorage, Alaska – Part 2
Of course there are other ways to arrive if not by air, If arriving by cruise ship at Whittier or Seward then there are good connections to Anchorage, including via the iconic Alaska Railroad. The train station is located on 1st Street which is is wa...
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Anchorage, Alaska – Part 1
As Alaska’s biggest city Anchorage is just over 100 years old. I hope this series of articles can help you plan a city stay and then take an expedition into the Frontier State. It is well worth getting to know the area before you arri...
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Singapore a quick visit – Part 2
Getting into town is again fast and efficient. The MRT or Mass Rapid Transport system includes buses and trains and is easy to understand. The trains run from Changi airport into the centre via Tanah Merah station with single fares costing around $2....
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Singapore a quick visit – Part 1
Below the gleaming towers of thrusting Singapore, you can find a delicious South East Asian cultural mixing pot with what most people agree is a world beating airport When you arrive at Singapore you can see that efficiency is the norm...
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Glasgow - Part 3
Start your second day by blowing the cobwebs away with a walk in Kelvingrove Park, an 85-acre green space straddling the River Kelvin in the city’s West End. This side of the city has emerged as the go-to destination for everything from art and cultu...
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