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Your hiking first aid kit: The essentials

hiking first aid kit
8 minutos

When preparing a hiking first aid kit, there are many things that need to be taken into account. Often the solution isn’t to take absolutely everything you can think of; after all, you don’t want to be carrying unnecessary weight. However, you need to be prepared. This will depend on where you’re going, how long […]

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Climbing volcanoes: South America countries to visit

volcanoes south america countries
8 minutos

Summiting one of the volcanoes South America countries have to offer is nothing short of a spiritual experience. Volcanoes are some of the most powerful natural phenomena, with incredible destructive and creative potential. When we think of volcanoes, we imagine a mighty mountain spewing ash and lava, decimating everything in its path. However, it is […]

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South American languages: Know your lapicera from your lápiz pasta

south american languages
6 minutos

If you’re planning a trip to South America, you may be dusting off your Spanish dictionary or downloading Duolingo in preparation for your adventure. However, there’s much more to South American languages than you might think. For a start, not everybody speaks Spanish, and secondly, not all Spanish is the same! This short guide will […]

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Your South America itinerary: Inspiration for intrepid explorers

South America itinerary
7 minutos

South America is a huge continent with much to explore. From majestic mountains to mighty rivers, sprawling jungles to vast deserts, South American boasts some of the world’s most breathtaking landscape. However, it’s difficult to cover everything in a single trip. With so many amazing sights to choose from, it can be difficult to decide […]

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Reusable cruise luggage tags: A super simple holiday hack

cruise luggage tags
6 minutos

You’ve spent hours pouring over brochures and websites; you’ve selected your ideal route; now you’re preparing for your dream cruise. Once the fun part is out of the way (excluding the holiday itself of course!), it’s time to start thinking about the logistics. What will the weather be like? What clothes to take? How many […]

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Cruises to Iceland: What you need to know

5 minutos

Cruises are a dream vacation for many people. Cruises to Iceland are a particularly popular choice and with good reason. Iceland is a beautiful part of the world with a lot to offer in terms of sightseeing and nature. As with any big trip, you should do your homework ahead of time. If you’re planning your […]

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Adventure balloons and 3 other holidays for thrillseekers

6 minutos

We all have our own ideas about what a good holiday entails. For some of us, lying on the beach just doesn’t do it. Does flying high in adventure balloons sound more like your idea of fun? How about diving with great white sharks? If you fancy yourself as more of an adventurous traveller, we’ve […]

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Take this South America backpacking route – seriously!

6 minutos

Planning your next South America backpacking route? Congratulations. Backpacking through South America tops many bucket lists, and with good reason. The sheer scale of the continent, as well as its natural beauty, are hard to beat. Backpacking offers freedom and a sense of adventure that is hard to find with other holidays. Whether you’re a […]

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A quick history of the cruise ship Magellan

5 minutos

How well do you know your cruise vessels? The cruise ship Magellan will be familiar to many that have cruised in the Bahamas. The Holiday-class cruise ship has decades of history behind it, and this guide will tell you all you need to know. What is the cruise ship Magellan? The MS Magellan is a massive […]

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3 South American flags and what they mean

5 minutos

sHow many South American flags do you know? South America is a big place, of course. With twelve countries and three dependencies, South America is home to over 385 million people. That’s a lot of men, women and children with plenty of cultural identities. From Suriname to Brazil, South America is rich with history and heritage. […]

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