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Barcelona Financial Guide: Using Your Money Wisely

Are you concerned about financial options on your upcoming trip to Barcelona? It doesn’t have to be difficult … here’s a handy little guide. Banks There are many banks in Barcelona that can help you with currency exchanges, withdrawals, and replacing lost traveller’s cheques. Some recommended banks you should use are: BBVA – The second

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Family Fun Awaits at Egypt’s Dreampark

A visit to Egypt doesn’t always have to be cultural. Egypt has many fun and exciting options for kids of all ages, like the Dreampark in Cairo! Since 1999, Dreampark has delighted and excited visitors with thrilling rides, entertaining theatre, shopping outlets, and so much more! It’s easy to see why spending a whole day

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Djerba: Diamond of the Sea

Djerba is an island that sits in the Mediterranean Sea just off the coast of Tunisia. Known for its sandy white beaches and sparkling aquamarine waters, this little island is a veritable paradise for anyone searching for a relaxing beach getaway. Having had influences from the Greek, Italians, and Spanish throughout its history, it’s easy

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The Flavors of Santorini

The flavours of Santorini are the pride of Greece. Take some time to taste and appreciate some of the locally grown produce … there’s nothing else quite like it! The islands of Santorini, Greece were created by volcanic activity. The volcano – which is still active today – is buried in the sea, but its

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Fun Facts about Istanbul

FUN FACTS ABOUT ISTANBUL TURKEY   Istanbul has been capital of the Roman Empire, the Byzantine Empire, the Latin Empire, and the Ottoman Empire, yet it isn’t the capital city of modern Turkey, which is Ankara.   In a shop you’ll be offered tea, (ask for apple tea if you want less caffeine and conversation)!

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Discover Ancient Roman Culture in Villa Armira, Bulgaria

The ancient monuments left by the Roman Empire had been lost in time for centuries – until builders came across some interesting artifacts in the mid 1960’s. Bulgaria’s archaeological finds are evidence that the country was once part of the Roman Empire. The first proof of this was the remnants of a building uncovered in

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Sidi Bou Said: The little town with a lot to discover

If you’re looking for a relaxing holiday overseas, Sidi Bou Said is just what you need … read more to find out why! Sidi Bou Said, renamed from its original title of Jabal el-Menar after the death of the Muslim religious figure Abou Said ibn Khalef ibn Yahia Ettamini el Beji, is a small village in Northern

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Top 3 Spots for Authentic Indian Cuisine in Chennai

While visiting Chennai in Southern India, one should take advantage of the authentic Indian cuisine that can be found there. We recommend the following 3 restaurants in which to immerse yourself in the flavours that India is famous for. Madurai Appu For the most authentic flavours, it’s important to use real ingredients, and that means

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Trekking across the Mecsek Mountain

Climbing up mountains can require high levels of stamina, but the Mecsek mountain is long, rather than high, and offers all the experience of a mountain climb, with far less physical exertion. In the Southwestern area of Hungary sits the largest mountain in its quarter – the Mecsek. At 682 metres, its not the highest

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Porcón Farm Offers Knowledge and Cullture

Farming is a tough job, and it’s no different in the community of Cajamarca´s northern highlands, where an agriculture initiative is in place. Get involved – learn how it’s done and build lasting memories and relationships with the farmers while you do! The Porcón Farm, also known as the Atahualpa Jerusalén Cooperative, has been in existence since

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