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The sound of bagpipes is never far away in Edinburgh

… nor the sight of a countless variety tartan.  This is Scotland’s capital city, dramatically placed between cliffs and the sea.  Within minutes you can be walking through narrow medieval streets and discovering hidden secrets underground, exploring a massive castle or enjoying some shopping within the spacious surroundings of Princes Street before relaxing in amid the beauty of […]

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From Coasteering to Surfing

Words: Angela Youngman Jumping off a cliff into the ocean for the sheer fun of it, or surfing through some of the biggest waves you can imagine creates some really exhilarating and memorable sports experiences. Surprisingly, you do not have to travel far to do so. All you need to do is head for the […]

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The Maternal Aunt of the Prophet PBUH in Cyprus

Upon arrival in Larnaca, visitors can’t fail to notice the Larnaca Salt Lake. A flocking place for flamingos, this lake is not far from a palm grove, which surrounds an interesting landmark. Nestled on the shore of the lake is the Hala Sultan Tekke Mosque. What makes this place special is the person resting within […]

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Fancy staying on a royal estate or a holiday home with royal connections?

For those in the know, there are numerous special places where you can stay for a holiday which have connections to royalty, both past and present.  Every summer Her Majesty the Queen heads off to her Scottish estate at Balmoral.  You can follow in her footsteps over the rest of the year, staying in one […]

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A trip around Brighton this Spring

For over two hundred years, visitors have been making their way to Brighton attracted by its sea and sand. Now you can add walking in the air to the list of potential experiences to be enjoyed during a visit to this lively seaside resort. Brighton rose to prominence during the early nineteenth century, when the […]

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Cruising on the High Seas

Cruising on the high seas is an ideal way to unwind, relax and visit new places. Once you have boarded the ship, there is nothing more you have to do, beyond enjoying yourself. You are effectively staying in a floating hotel, which takes you to new places, without any need to worry about transport. Not […]

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