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As cool places go, there’s nowhere in the world quite like Western Australia and here we feature 10 of our favourite things to see and do in this amazing part of the world. Offering a charming mix of nature and coastal experiences, including World Heritage-listed national parks, swimming with dolphins and even the country’s whitest beach, Western Australia has a…

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How many of you like bathing in hot spring? How many of you have been to the place listed below. Don’t miss them if you have a chance to see those amazing places. Rotorua The area of Rotorua on North Island of New Zealand is famous for it’s geothermal activity.  Grand Prismatic Spring The Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone National…

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With the summer holidays just around the corner, many of us will be thinking of booking a well-deserved break. But whilst a trip to Europe, or even further afield may be tempting, many have instead decided to travel north to Scotland. There’s good reason for this. No airport queues, no language barriers and all you need to do is pack…

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Iceland boasts a fascinating landscape with volcanoes and mighty glaciers. It is home to an astounding variety of Arctic animals of air, land and, sea. Keep reading this interactive guide to Iceland’s wildlife to discover more about the fantastic animals that are native to Iceland. Snowy Owl Scientific name: Bubo scandiacus This master predator finds its prey during both day…

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  Also known as Myanmar, Burma is a south-east Asian country that has a real air of mystery about it. Whether it’s somewhere you’re already considering visiting or if you’re putting together an itinerary for travelling during a gap year or career break, you can find out more about it below. We’ve put together a brief introduction to the country…

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Although you might be excited about the prospect of seeing Machu Picchu in all its glory, don’t rush your walk on the Inca Trail. While Machu Picchu may be the most famous ruins left by this civilisation, they are far from the only ones tucked away in the Andes. Here’s a guide to some of the fascinating sites you can…

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Nature lovers have a multitude of wildlife viewing opportunities whilst enjoying a relaxing holiday in Devon. Journeying to the southern region of the county, Dartmoor National Park covers 368 square miles (953 square kilometers) providing the perfect environment for wildlife. Dartmoor Hill Ponies The Dartmoor Hill Ponies remain one of the most popular attractions here. Miners used the ponies during…

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