A lot of people out there dream of travelling the world. They dream of snorkelling in the clearest possible, the adrenaline rush of climbing a mountain, or exploring new cultures that are vastly different from their own. The world has so much to offer a person, you just have to be willing to put yourself into the world and look for those things.
For many people, moving to Australia is the dream of a lifetime. Lots of people, and for good reason, believe that the quality of life down under is much better than that at home. The wages are higher, the houses are bigger, and the beaches are amazing! Not only that, but the weather on the other side of the world is a lot sunnier than up here in the northern hemisphere! Of course, with everything there are downsides; the cost of living is higher and you’re pretty far from any other country. However, the pros often outweigh the cons and Australia is a top destination to emigrate to! No wonder; with 3 Australian cities appearing in the world’s top 20 most livable!
With a look of old and new, sharp and soft, Eastern Europe invites visitors for an untimely experience. If you are enthusiastic about discovering grand history, or a person seeking modern excitement, this place is ideal for you. This region will gift you a one of a kind experience that will last a lifetime.
The British Airways I360 is to Brighton what the London Eye is to London; a futuristic centrepiece for the city which provides a unique experience, boasts spectacular views, and bring in the tourists. Funnily enough, the architects who designed the I360 also designed the London Eye, you could say they’re doing a pretty good job designing at the moment! Opened in Late 2016 the I360 rises up its centre column to a height of 162m and boasts spectacular 360° views across the city and out to sea. The I360 is, in fact, the world’s tallest moving observation tower! The attraction looks extremely futuristic, glistens spectacularly in the sun, and is a great addition to any day in Brighton.
If you’re a keen skier then you’ve more than likely been to your fair share of ski resorts. You’ve most likely experienced what it’s like to ski in each of the countries most famous for snow topped mountains and the resorts the sit at their feet. You’ve probably even been to your fair share of ski towns for some after-slope refreshments. However, as good as it is to see and experience different kinds of slopes and ski resorts, wouldn’t it be nice to find the one that is perfect for you? Wouldn’t it be great to be able to plant your flag firmly into the ground of a piste (metaphorically, of course) and decide that this is the one for you? If you’re in the process of finding your perfect piste paradise, then make sure to take heed of the three great pistes listed below before you come to your final decision!
London is a truly amazing global city. From the iconic London Eye to the historic West End, Buckingham Palace to Regents Park, and from Hipster Shoreditch to upmarket Mayfair, you’re never short of things to do in this magical melting pot. Of course, however, any trip like this will come at a cost; London is one of the most expensive cities in the World for people to visit and stay. Unfortunately, the pure expense puts off a lot of holidaymakers from visiting the capital. However, it doesn’t have to be this way. Instead, with the right research and time, you can find cheap alternatives to the expensive hotels in London. To help you out, this post will be going through three of the best ways to stay in London without breaking the bank. So, once your accommodation is sorted, all you have to do is head out into the city and explore!
Brighton is a quintessentially English seaside resort that lies just over an hour south of London, on the English Channel coast. The Resort is an excellent day trip or weekend break destination and is a quirky place that can cater for all needs. The town contains a great food and drink scene, festivals, markets, cute buildings and streets, lively nightlife, as well as the famous beach and pier. Brighton lies on England’s south coast so here you will have the best chance of experiencing the sunniest weather the UK has to offer.