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    Holiday Adventures that Kids Will Love

    By / April 1, 2017

    If you want to delight the kids with an overseas holiday, Bali has many adventures suitable for kids and adults alike. Participating in these fun outings with them will guarantee to ensure a fun time for all with no chance of being bored – and you won’t need to hire a babysitter. Settle into your Bali villa and start to enjoy. Here are some of the great places kids will love.

    • Walk through the treetops at Tabanan. It’s great to view the forest from the top instead of the bottom. At Tabanan you’ll find high walkways through the treetops. In fact, it’s made more fun by including obstacles of varying hardship degrees. In every case, safety is assured with a safety wire attached to your harness. Start from 2 metres high and go up to 20 – if you’re game. It’s called Bali Treetop Adventure and is located at the Bali Botanical Gardens.

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    Travel Tips to Save Money

    By / March 7, 2017

    Whether you are going to your favourite holiday island such as Bali or another tourist destination there are certain things you can do to save money, if you just know about them. Most people are on some kind of a budget, so finding ways to save is something they look forward to. If you save money you might even be able to add a day or two to your holiday.

    Here are some ways to save on the cost of an overseas holiday

    • Book weekend accommodation in the business district of a city. This can save money because during the week these places are full, but at the weekend – including Friday nights – when business is not carried out they are essentially empty, so offer cheaper rates to attract people.
    • According to some travel experts, Tuesday is the time to look for budget airfares. This is because often one airline will offer a good deal on Monday and by Tuesday, many other airlines bring their prices down to match it.

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    Do’s and Don’ts for Riding a Scooter on Holidays

    By / February 12, 2017

    Once they’ve settled into their Bali holiday villas, many holidaymakers choose to rent a scooter to get around because there is no public transport. They don’t realise the driving rules and conditions are completely different from most other places such countries as India, China, Japan and even Indonesia. It may seem easy to ride a motor scooter too, but if you’ve never done it, Bali is not the best place to learn.

    Here are some do’s and don’ts for riding a scooter in Bali.

    Do’s

    • Always wear a helmet; make sure it fits properly and has a visor.
    • Before choosing a scooter – and paying for it – make sure the brakes, lights and horn all work. Yes, you’ll need the horn, it’s an integral part of driving in Bali.
    • If you are not sure where to turn or how to pass another vehicle, watch what the locals do and follow them.

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    The Top 7 Scuba Diving Sites In The Globe

    By / December 10, 2016

    If you are planning an overseas holiday this year, Scuba diving gives people who dare venture into the water an opportunity to explore the deep oceans and discover things that have never come to human attention.  A dive down to the ocean floor will make you appreciate the magnificence of nature as you see, touch, and even have a chat with big sea animals such as whales.

    Well, you only need to have some courage and a guide to venture into the ocean depths and, your life will change forever. Here are top 7 scuba diving sites you should consider in 2017.

    • The Barracuda point in Malaysia

    The Barracuda point is a great site for people who love deep sea diving. It has a wall of coral reef where sharks frequent and barracuda surround you. It is the point you are guaranteed of enjoying great stuff. Often, strong currents from the other side of the Sipadan Island bring White Tips, Jacks, Bumphead Parrotfish, and turtles.

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    Enjoying Something Different on Holidays

    By / November 18, 2016

    There are many things to do and see on holiday and all of it is interesting, especially after you’ve recovered from your jet lag in that nice, comfy Holiday villa or hotel room you rented. If you wanted to do something exotic and a little less touristy than visit temples and see monkeys, consider booking into an educational workshop. There are many of these in Bali ready to educate you on how to do any number of amazing things.

    • If you love the traditional Bali food, you can experience this kind of cuisine at home if you learn to cook it yourself. You can actually attend any of several cooking classes in Bali that teach you how to cook some of the most popular Balinese dishes. It might be the best thing you ever did. There are many different cooking classes so choose the kind of food you love best – if you can.

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    How to Look Your Best in Holiday Photos

    By / September 1, 2016

    The trend these days is for people who want to have Botox injections to combine the treatment with a holiday overseas.  They may not realise that this is a poor decision for several reasons.  The main idea for going to Bali or Thailand for such treatment is to cut back on the cost, but you don’t know for sure what the standard of training or experience is when you are dealing with overseas cosmetic surgeons. Some people have had a very poor experience in this regard and the Botox work needs to be redone when they return home.Holiday-PhotosIn addition, when you consider that your holiday is going to be spoiled to some extent due to having those needles you may want to think again. How often do you get to go overseas? Even if you go every year, it still seems a shame to use holiday time for cosmetic treatment instead of enjoying the different culture and all the many other activities you like doing while on holiday.

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    10 Most Important Essentials When Traveling On A Camping Getaway

    By / July 22, 2016

    Camping is a great way to enjoy a holiday with a difference. Unlike traveling to a hotel where everything is entirely new, a camp is like a home because everything is carried in a recreational vehicle. However, you must be prepared with all items from cooking requirements to power supply among others. For your camping getaway, it is important to ensure you have the following 10 essentials.

    • Personal shopping

    While most top hotels provide everything from bathing towels to toilet supplies, it is completely different in a campground. You must be prepared with personal shopping and everything that will be required. Take time to plan for the meals you will require, gas cookers, clothing and food supplies.

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    Purchasing Outdoor Furniture When Holidaying

    By / March 10, 2016

    When you book a holiday to Bali or any other country, the last thing that is likely to be on your mind is purchasing outdoor furniture. But once you arrive at your holiday destination and decide to check out all the shopping opportunities you may well change your mind. Bali and other parts of Indonesia have some beautiful, handcrafted alfresco furniture that you may well want to take home with you.

    That’s where you can run into a lot of problems. It is not that easy to arrange for safe transport, given the furniture must go by sea and you will need to arrange for the many different legs of the journey. First it has to be taken to a local port, then packed into a container and loaded onto the right ship, then after it arrives in Australia you’ll need to organise a truck to bring it to your home.  This seems to be a lot of hassle, especially when you are on holiday and want to enjoy yourself.

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    Ten Tricks That Will Help You Ski Like A Pro In The Mountains

    By / November 22, 2015

    A slide from the top of a frozen mountain to the foot is magical. It creates a unique connection to the mountain having conquered it with sledges and skiing poles. While you might have seen other people ski down the Rockies or Alps at top speed and wondered how they manage it; you can also ski down like a pro. Here are top tips that will help you ski like a pro on the mountain of choice.

    • Get the right ski: Getting the right ski’s is the bottom line to skiing like a pro. Though some people tend to think that the right ski is the one other successful skiers use, it is a misconception. You should look for the ski’s that fit well on your feet and are capable of balancing yourself when flying down the frozen mountain.
    • Take time to learn all the skills: Just like surfing, skiing requires a lot of learning. You need to appreciate the concept and try it on the trails. Lucky enough, most skiing destinations are full of experienced trainers who will help you with balancing and navigating through the trails.

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    Five Most Enjoyable Watersports To Try This Holiday

    By / July 15, 2015

    Planning for a holiday? Ensure to make it more enjoyable by including several water sports. In the last couple of decades, the holiday has shifted from simply relaxing in the hotel room to exploring nature and learning new skills. In this post, we bring you the best water sports to get involved in this holiday.

    • Surfing

    Surfing is a unique water sport considered as a way of life for many communities in the world. The sport was first practiced in Hawaii when its inhabitants learnt that they can float on the board and ride on waves. Over time the sport has become sensational and an irresistible activity for people on holiday. Well, try it once, and it will become part of you in a special way.

    To enjoy this sport, you need to select a great destination such as the Hawaii Islands, the Miami beaches, or Caribbean countries among others. Then, get down to basics of balancing on the board. It is advisable to get some coaching on selecting the right board, paddling, and balancing as you surf in the direction of the wave. Then, lifting your body and planting the legs on the surfboard, get control of the weight and surf away. With a few trials, you will develop the skills and surf off like a pro.

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    Most Useful Safety Measures When Going Out For Snowmobiling

    By / June 28, 2014

    No other activity will bring you closer to nature and develop deep affection with it like snowmobiling. The notion of conquering the greatness of a mountain holds a unique place in the heart of mountain lovers. You can also experience this thrill by going snowmobiling in Alaska, Rockies, or the Alps. To conquer every mountain more effectively and get higher value for your holiday, here are some safety measures when out snowmobiling.

    Put on the right clothes and protective gear

    As you move up the mountains, it gets colder and wetter. Your ride will only be more enjoyable if you stay warm. You should look for a snowmobile suit that includes jackets and special bibs. It is also important to always dress in layers designed from wool to reduce the loss of heat from the body. Always stay away from cotton because it will make you freeze within a very short time.

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    Five Most Enthralling Places To Visit This Holiday

    By / February 22, 2014

    The holiday time is finally here, and everybody wants to travel in a unique way. In the past, many people preferred to travel and rest in top hotels. Not any longer. The trend has changed tremendously as people want to get greater value from their holiday. The focus is getting destinations that present an opportunity for diverse exploration and connection to nature.

    • Hawaii in the Pacific

    You probably saw an active volcano pouring hot lava from the core of the earth in documentaries or images. But, you can experience the same in reality. Hawaii, commonly known as PARADISE is probably the best place to experience raw nature. The island is home to active volcanoes where you can see top volcanic activities in action. Plan to visit the Volcanoes National Park, the Maui Ocean Center, and Haleakala National Park for a unique experience.

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    A Closer Look At Hawaii: 5 Best Places To Visit This Holiday

    By / December 15, 2013

    When the name Paradise is mentioned, what crosses a traveler’s mind is one place; Hawaii. Hawaii made its name when Japan hit it at the height of the Second World War. This prompted the US to enter the war and ultimately end it with the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Apart from the war memories, Hawaii, an archipelago deep in the Pacific overflows with beautiful sceneries and virgin landscapes. Here are the five best places to visit in Hawaii.

    • The USS Memorial at Pearl Harbor

    This memorial is visited by more than 2 million people every year because of its great significance to the US and indeed, the entire globe. The memorial is the point that marked the beginning of WWII for the United States. It is now run as part of the National Park Service. You can check in to follow a film of the great bombing at the height of WWII. You could ask for guided tours with headphones that outline every aspect on the memorial. The moment you enter the park, everything that happened during the Pearl Harbor becomes real, and you can experience war in reality. What a great way to take the mind back in time?

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    7 Top Mountain Activities To Try This Holiday

    By / August 7, 2013

    The mountains signify greatness. When a traveler decides to go to the mountains for a holiday, the activities involved help to conquer them and create special attachment. Whether it is during winter or warmer months, the mountains will always have something special to offer travelers. Here are the top 7 mountain activities that you must try this summer.

    • Skiing

    This is the best activity when traveling to a snow covered mountain. Most mountains in the temperate climates have a lot of snow and are, therefore, great places for skiing. To ski, you need to move up to the highest point using a lift and then slide down to the bottom using a ski. You will also need to have the right clothing and protective gear such as helmet, skiing boots, and gloves. You should also have skiing poles to balance well on the skiing tracks.

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