Category: Advice

Top cities to visit on a trip to Milan

Aleta Fimbres 13/12/2013

I absolutely love city breaks, and Milan is right up there among my all-time favourite destinations. But, I’m always looking for ways to make my trips that little bit more exciting – and to fit more things in! – so I recommend visiting a few other cities while you’re touring Milan. At first, this might sound a bit ambitious, but there are actually several great cities perfect for either day trips or overnight stays within… Top cities to visit on a trip to Milan

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Sailing New Zealand’s North Island: Bay of Islands

Aleta Fimbres 11/12/2013

Although it is smaller than the South Island, New Zealand’s North Island is more densely populated, and most travellers to the area head straight for cities like Auckland and Wellington. For a chance to explore more of the natural landscapes in the gorgeous destinations, head to the uncrowded coasts and get active in some recreational activities like hiking, scuba diving and sailing in the Bay of Islands. To visit as many of these coastal landmarks… Sailing New Zealand’s North Island: Bay of Islands

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5 Things Every Traveler Should Carry With Them

Aleta Fimbres 14/10/2013

  Travellers spend a lot of time fussing over what they should pack for their trip. With all this fussing it can sometimes be very easy to forget some of the essentials. Obviously we take a lot of time packing our suitcase/rucksack, this is where our clothes and larger items always go. It is however a great idea to put just as much time into planning what you’re going to pack in your backpack, this… 5 Things Every Traveler Should Carry With Them

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Tips for Buying Travel Insurance

Aleta Fimbres 26/09/2013

  When you’re traveling, you’re probably not expecting the unexpected to happen. Your main focus should be on enjoying your new experiences as much as possible! But often, one mishap can turn a holiday upside down- a missed flight, stolen bag or passport or even travel company going bankrupt are all risks that you take when you travel. Travel insurance can help protect you against the worst-case scenario. Here are some tips for buying the right plan for you:  Why… Tips for Buying Travel Insurance

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18 Certifications Vendors to Rely for IT exam

Aleta Fimbres 18/09/2013

Certifications are essential for career advancement in the IT industry. Nowadays, there is a certification for pretty much every specialty in the IT industry. These certifications are offered by vendors. The arrangement is usually one where you take the exams offered by the respective vendors, in order to be awarded the certifications. In almost all cases, a certification offered by a reliable vendor is highly respected. It is critical for anyone who is getting ready… 18 Certifications Vendors to Rely for IT exam

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Don’t Waste It – Share It At Wink Hostels Singapore

Aleta Fimbres 04/07/2013

Wink Hostel in Singapore is pushing the envelope again – this time with a new twist to recycling in the hospitality industry! {loadposition content_adsensecontent} Travellers frequently collect toiletries provided for free in hotels they stay in. According to a recent Travelocity survey, more than 80% of hotel guests bring home toiletries freebies from hotels they stay in.  These often end up sitting unused and forgotten in a storeroom or suitcase.  Wink finds this a terrible… Don’t Waste It – Share It At Wink Hostels Singapore

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A Westerner’s Central European Survival Guide

Aleta Fimbres 04/04/2013

Committing the cardinal sin of being a tourist this year? Here’s a simple guide to becoming a shining beacon to all of those starving darlings in poor old Central and Eastern Europe. Etiquette is a tricky thing. It can make a fool of even the most discerning, well-meant person. You didn’t know the rules for bartering in a market, and now you’re engaged to be married to a peasant’s daughter for the dowry of a… A Westerner’s Central European Survival Guide

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