Skiing in Bulgaria: Lev Like A King

This is a guest post from a writer who reached to me named Martin Nolan. While I reject 99% of those request to write a post on my blog, Martin had some firsthand experience, a great journalistic style, credibility, and […]

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Two Week Honeymoon in Belize

It’s been a while since I posted, but fear not – I’m back! My life has underwent some major changes recently, most notably getting married to the love of my life. We decided to celebrate the occasion by taking two […]

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Sunrise in Ambergis Caye

Travelling to top poker destinations

If you’re a keen traveller like me then you’re sure to enjoy the excitement of visiting countries, experiencing their culture and tasting their unique cuisine. Going travelling isn’t just about seeing the sites and visiting historic landmarks, it’s also about […]

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Lazy Days in Tenerife

Ah, Tenerife. Land of year-round sunshine, bubbly beach resorts and those wild and woolly mountains. It’s a pretty diverse holiday hotspot but that’s just one of the many things that makes this island so special. Package holidays to Tenerife come […]

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Vacation in Tenerife

DoubleTree by Hilton – Branding & Loyalty Through Cookies

I’m pretty loyal to the Hilton family of hotels whenever I travel, primarily because (1) I want to accumulate the points/status within one chain (2) they have a very consistent experience no matter where I travel, which means no surprises […]

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Skiing in Bulgaria: Lev Like A King

Borovets slopes

This is a guest post from a writer who reached to me named Martin Nolan. While I reject 99% of those request to write a post on my blog, Martin had some firsthand experience, a great journalistic style, credibility, and some great pictures to boot. Martin is a an avid ski enthusiast and a backpacker. You can read more of his views and opinions on his travel blog.

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Two Week Honeymoon in Belize

Sunrise in Ambergis Caye

It’s been a while since I posted, but fear not – I’m back! My life has underwent some major changes recently, most notably getting married to the love of my life. We decided to celebrate the occasion by taking two weeks off to visit a new country – after some deliberation, we chose Belize, and put together a two week itinerary you’ll see here. For those thinking of honeymooning in Belize, perhaps this post will help steer you in one direction or another, and maybe help you put together your travel plans and where you want to stay as well…

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Travelling to top poker destinations

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If you’re a keen traveller like me then you’re sure to enjoy the excitement of visiting countries, experiencing their culture and tasting their unique cuisine. Going travelling isn’t just about seeing the sites and visiting historic landmarks, it’s also about experiencing the night-life and doing things you enjoy. So as a poker fanatic, you’re sure to want to visit some of the world’s top casinos.

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Lazy Days in Tenerife

Vacation in Tenerife

Ah, Tenerife. Land of year-round sunshine, bubbly beach resorts and those wild and woolly mountains. It’s a pretty diverse holiday hotspot but that’s just one of the many things that makes this island so special.

Package holidays to Tenerife come in many different shapes and sizes. Many visitors choose to come and spend long lazy days on the beach or by the pool, topping up their tan and whiling away the hours with a book in one hand and something fizzy and refreshing in the other. But the appeal of this popular Canary Island goes way beyond the beach.

Just think. You could be searching for holiday deals Tenerife one minute and jetting off to the rugged north coast on a late deal just a week later. Or you could be planning a tailormade break, stopping in different regions and soaking up some of the local customs and traditions. Or perhaps you’ll head to the bright lights of Santa Cruz – the island’s capital – to enjoy waist-expanding tapas or freshly prepared paella and locally produced wine, before hitting the shops to melt some serious plastic.

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DoubleTree by Hilton – Branding & Loyalty Through Cookies

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I’m pretty loyal to the Hilton family of hotels whenever I travel, primarily because (1) I want to accumulate the points/status within one chain (2) they have a very consistent experience no matter where I travel, which means no surprises and consistently good service. DoubleTree has to be my favorite brand within the Hilton family, and I think a large part of that is due to the cookies. As crazy as that sounds, I love the cookies both from the perspective as a guest and as a marketer. It’s a great detail and really nice perk. It’s also just a really memorable thing to do, which helps me recall previous stays at DoubleTrees (because after a while, all hotels start to blend together) and want to stay there again.

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Party with the Girls: Top Tips for Hen Weekends in Newcastle

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Your best mate is getting married and you have been given the responsibility of organising her hen do. You want to give her the best experience but need to stick within a budget, so that everyone on the guest list can be there for her. What do you do?

If you stick to a city break in the UK, it’s surprising how far your money can go – particularly if you shop around. Arrange the hotel early so that you and the group can benefit from early bird deals. For example, if you’re heading to Tyneside for some quality nightlife, Newcastle hotels from Travelodge are a done deal, offering you comfort, close proximity and affordability.

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