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The thrill of a clothing optional holiday

I’m not a nudist. I don’t strip off my clothes the minute that I get home – I don’t wander around the house wearing nothing but a smile, it just seems a bit impractical. However, I recently stayed at a resort which was “clothing optional”. It was the first time that I’d stayed somewhere that was a clothing optional holiday destination. Did I like it? I loved it. I seriously loved it. Escape to the tropics I’m leading a bit of a nomadic life at the moment, my work and my...

Planning your Australian adventure

Australia is a massive continent, so it is not the kind of place that you can cover on a short trip, or on a quick visit. You need to be strategic and you need to think about which parts of Australia do you want to experience and then structure your trip accordingly. If you are lucky enough to have a year off, then you could buy a car and drive around the entire country – but few people are in a position to do that, so in this article we give you a few hints and tips on some of the...

Samabe luxury resort: Stress-free vacation in Bali

Many of us long for a quiet, relaxing vacation lying on a white sandy beach in the warmth of tropical sun with a glass of our favourite juice or wine, listening to the hypnotic rhythm of a clear blue sea lapping softly onto the shore and just letting time slowly pass us bye. A vacation in a lap of luxury, somewhere we can just enjoy every day without a care. Samabe Bali Suites and Villas is a perfect location for a holiday such as this, a luxury Bali resort where you will find the calm and...

Exploring the Great Ocean Road

Sometimes you get a sense that the early European explorers of Australia were not always that imaginative when it came to giving names to the areas that they were mapping. Places like the Little Desert, the Sandy Desert, the Great Dividing Range – beautiful places but just somehow lacking a bit of flair when it comes to their names. The Great Ocean Road is definitely in that same category. This is a stretch of coastline in the South East corner of Australia, just to the west of Melbourne...

A tropical escape to Trinity Beach

Tropical far north Queensland in Australia is one of the world’s great holiday destinations. Not just a place where the weather is generally amazing and the pace of life relaxed, but this is also the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef – one of the natural wonders of the world. There is a huge range of accommodation and places to stay along this stretch of coach – Cairns, Port Douglas, Palm Cove, but in this article we take a look at the small community of Trinity Beach. Getting...

4 Must Do’s During Your South American Vacation

Traveling to South America is getting really popular these days and there is no denying that you can gain a sense of independence when you are into solo traveling. However, this deed comes with challenges especially when you are a woman who is traveling alone. It would only be sensible to follow certain rules when you are traveling to make sure that you will not endanger yourself. Here are some ideas on what to do when you are off gallivanting in the southern portion of the American...

Eco-friendly travel products that will help you jo...

The summer is a popular time for travel, so why not make the most of new developments in technology and visit your favourite destination while minimising your carbon footprint at the same time? There are many ways to journey green – and these travel products are just a few ideas: Travel alarm clock Forget batteries and save the planet’s landfill sites from getting a new addition by option for eco-friendly travel alarm clocks. A water-powered clock is a particularly novel idea – and...
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Over a hundred years since the sinking of the Titanic the DeepOcean company has organized a touristic expedition to the remains of the Titanic. In the context of this renowned event, the question arises if diving trips will be the new business for the travel agencies of the future. The emerging diving...
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