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Recently we spent 10 days relaxing in Ayia Napa, Cyprus and it was heaven. It was exactly what we’d hoped for and we left sunkissed, happy and 100% relaxed. It’s amazing what 30 degree days, salt water and sunshine can do for your soul! This said, we barely scratched the surface of everything Cyprus has to offer as there are so many areas to explore and towns to visit but for us, this trip was about taking some time out to relax, so we stuck mainly to the area of Ayia Napa and Protaras, aside from one long day trip....

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I was born and raised in Malta. At the age of 27, I moved to Edinburgh. There are some things about Malta that I really miss – though there are a few other things I don’t miss at all – and I guess writing blog posts about my country is one way of dealing with homesickness. While I was still living in Malta, I often came across tourists who were surprised by many things about the island. I also met several people who complained about the same things: it’s too noisy, too dirty and too hot. To help you prepare...

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Although only around a two hour’s flight time from the UK, Corsica is a holiday destination which is still relatively unknown. Located south of France and just above Sardinia, it’s a small yet intriguing island, with everything from paradisiacal beaches to rugged mountains and a whole lot of history and culture in between. If you’re thinking of visiting Corsica for the first time or are already booked for this summer, here are some handy tips we’ve compiled to help you get the most out of your holiday. 5 tips for first time visitors Get a hire car With lots of...

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It has been rated as one of Lonely Planet’s top destinations to visit in 2016, and this tiny town of Kotor delivers big on things to see and do. Although many who visit here, do so for just one day, we encourage you to take your time exploring the town as you never know what’s around the next corner. From palaces to cathedrals to incredible restaurants, Kotor offers a unique and unforgettable adventure. Make sure not to miss out on these 6 things to see and do in this town. 1. Hike to the top of the Fortress If you...

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Lonely Planet named Latvia as one of the best places to travel and it’s easy to see why as this country bursts with sea, lakes, woods and endless opportunities for exploring medieval towns and castles. If you are looking to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life, this country offers unspoiled nature to explore, cobbled streets to walk and incredible cuisine to dine on. Discover something different here, whether you want to play in the sand dunes or jump from a cable car naked, it seems like anything is possible in Latvia. Here are 5 suggestions for your next...

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