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  • Hidden Treasures by the British Beach

    No, we don't mean finding fossils or Roman coins; or, in a Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall inspired forage, coming across a marsh full of samphire, we are..

  • Las Vegas 'Boneyard' Offers an Alternative Wedding Choice to Lovers

    Las Vegas has long been famous for its countless wedding chapels offering love struck couples the chance to tie the knot in a hurry. With Elvis impersonating..

  • Titanic Replica Heading for Construction

    Over a hundred years since the most famous maritime disaster in history, a replica of the Titanic cruise ship looks set to be built. The ship will be..

  • Australia Ups the Dream Job Ante

    Tourism Australia making news once again by offering up employment to the world's unemployed youth. The organisation is inviting applications from candidates..

  • First Class Comfort could be on the Cards for Cabin Class Passengers

    Anyone who has travelled economy class for any more than a couple of hours will be delighted to know that a talented engineering student has developed..

  • Royal Barge to Ferry Holidaymakers in Portugal

    Tourists wanting to get a taste of the Royal life will soon be able to do that thanks to a cruise company based in Portugal. The Spirit of Chartwell..

  • Venice Calls Motorboat Ban

    Cruising around the world famous waterways of Venice might be one of the iconic images of the city of canals but one day soon you might well have to..

  • Shirley Valentine Inspires Love Aboard for the Over-50s

    According to recently revealed research the generation of single fifty somethings are increasingly heading to far off shores to find a mate. It seems..

  • A Dalmatian with different spots

    Many visitors to Croatia head straight to the well-known resorts on the gorgeous Dalmatian coastline, but there is a relatively unexplored region, which..

  • Where Captain Cook felt a little weary but you won't!

    Poor old Captain Cook, it was hard work discovering Australia back in the 1780s and having to map everything and give it all English names too. No wonder..

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