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Must see destinations for travel 2018

travel 2018

The travel and tourism industry is booming as more and more people take advantage of low airfares and increased opportunities to see new places. While there has been some resistance to increased visitor numbers in some European destinations, much of the world is still welcoming visitors with open arms. World traveller Len Rutledge offer his

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50% off your 18-day “best of” USA, Canada, Alaska land & cruise deal – book now!

cruise deal

Experience the very best of the West Coast of America and Canada followed by exploring the stunning beauty of Alaska on this spectacular 18-day land and sea journey at 50% off.

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Exclusive early bird return flights to Europe from $1080 flying Qatar Airways

early bird return flights

We at Life Begins At and Active Travel are excited to bring you this exclusive early bird travel deal. Book by November 1 and fly to Dublin, return, for as little as $1080* with many other European destinations also on offer. Book by 1 November 2017 for travel up to 31 October 2018*. And if

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City and beach options in Thailand

Thailand

Walking the beach, visiting an island, shopping the markets and enjoying a massage are just a few of the attractions that will encourage 35 million people to visit Thailand this year. Many will be returning for the second, third or tenth time because this country has a magical attraction to those who have previously visited.Well-travelled

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Could Sydney to London ever be weekend-able?

Sydney to London

Non-stop flights to London may be close for Sydneysiders, but will we ever be able to get there in just a few hours? Catriona May asks the question.

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A day in the life of Australian orangutan whisperer

Orangutan

We spent a day in the life of Leif Cocks, The Orangutan Project founder and President. A passionate campaigner for orangutans and a key player in developing conservation plans for orangutans and influencing positive change for orangutan protection and survival. After having arrived in Jakarta the previous evening, we have an early start at 3:30am

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Caviar and Bear in Finland

Helsinki

You can feast on bear and meat or smoked poro (reindeer) – even black caviar from sturgeon farmed in Finland. They’re not signature dishes on the menu at Helsinki’s top restaurants – they’re every day delicacies that can be found at the Finnish capital’s indoor wanha kauppahall (old market hall), which turns 130 years old next

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48hrs in Dubai

Dubai

Where old world meets a modern metropolis, Dubai is at the heart of travel in the Middle East. As Greg Clayton discovered, there is a myriad of ancient suburbs, desert safari’s and quick side trips to other exotic eastern spots.

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Jet-setting Australians plagued by travel sickness

travel sickness

New research shows that Australian travellers are losing precious holiday time as they’re not aware of the health risks associated with travel.

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48hrs in Munich: explore the highlights on a city break

Munich

Fairy-tale streets, green gardens, stunning architecture, and beer – there’s a lot to do and see on a weekend holiday in Munich, writes Lukas Johannes.

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