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posted on June 12, 2014

D-Day Tours

With D-Day just around the corner I thought we would focus on a couple of the D-Day tours that are available. Having been on several tours I can tell you that the best tour was the one offered by Leger travel. There are 4 and 5 day tours available and all tours are conducted by specialist battlefield historians. I advise anyone, not just those with an interest in history but …

posted on June 5, 2014

A Focus on China

China is a vast country; each region has its own personality. Here is a small guide to some of the more interesting places to visit in China. As the world’s oldest civilisation much on the focus is on history, but it is a history unlike anything in the rest of the world. China is not just about history though, you’ll find that there are lots of other things to do in …

posted on May 28, 2014

Asia’s top destinations

Asia is one of the world’s most fascinating history it has a unique culture and history different to anything you’ll find here in Europe, yet the culture is also remarkably different between those countries themselves, here is a guide to some of the most fascinating, scenic and interesting cities to visit in Asia and a guide to some of the best things to see …

posted on May 25, 2014

Australia is a popular holiday destination; there is nowhere else quite like it. There are a great number of things to do, go see some beautiful scenery, visit historical places or just hang out at the beach. Here are some of the best things to do while in Oz.

The Great Barrier Reef

Located in the Coral Sea, just off the coast of Queensland the Great Barrier Reef is the largest reef in …

posted on May 2, 2014

Munich, Germany

Germany is a popular location for holiday makers, Berlin being the most population destination for these travellers. If you want a taste of both town and country Munich is the place for you. This city has everything you could possibly want from a city; fantastic transport links to surrounding towns as well as other cities, modern museums, historic quarters, great sport …

posted on March 26, 2014


Singapore, not just for shopping. Most Singaporeans will tell you there is not much to do but do not listen to them, they just take their residence for granted. Following is a list of things you can do or visit:

·        Singapore Botanic Gardens
1 Cluny Road, Singapore259569; 65-6471-7361


posted on March 13, 2014

Holi – festival of colours – INDIA

Holi is a Hindu festival that welcomes the start of spring. It is celebrated for good harvest of crops and fertility of soil.

It filled with fun and frolics which starts with a holika bonfire the night before, where everybody just simply gets together to display some magnificent singing  and dancing and some not so magnificent lol. On the day …

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