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Stay, Play and Save At Sea World Resort

Travelista is delighted to bring you this special offer from Sea World Resort: Stay, Play and SAVE at Sea World Resort and enjoy – 1 night at Sea World Resort – UNLIMITED Sea World entry during your stay – FREE entry to Paradise Country – Kids Eat FREE* Get below the surface to discover a […]

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Melbourne’s best vegetarian restaurants

If you are vegetarian, or just love a great value and wholesome meal, join the locals as they keep coming back to Melbourne’s greatest vegetarian institutions. Here are four of the best offering a range of prices and unique experiences. Crossways – a seriously cheap lunch in the city Look for a person dressed in […]

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Santiago De Chile: 6 must do activities

Santiago de Chile is the number one city that tourists should visit in 2011, according to The New York Times. But, what can the capital of Chile offer you if you decide to get there? Flanked by the Andes mountain range and with an increasing number of urban and cultural events, Santiago can easily be […]

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Tipping Advice for Australia

One thing about America that tends to impress visitors is the level of service you get. It’s got nothing to do with native hospitality or the protestant work ethic; it’s all about the Benjamins. Aporcyphally, tips stands for ‘To Insure Prompt Service’ setting aside whether or not that’s true (and the misuse of the word […]

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Walks in Southern Spain: an introduction to the Sierra Nevada

The Sierra Nevada’s in Southern Spain boasts the highest mountain range in Europe after the Alps. There are over 20 peaks with the highest being over 3,000 metres, but walkers do not have to succumb to mountain climbing to enjoy the fabulous hiking, photographic opportunities or bird watching in the area. Here are three options […]

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Railay Beach, Thailand

Those seeking gorgeous white sand and clear blue water in the Kingdom of Thailand have two options: the Gulf of Thailand, home to Kho Phang Ngang and the (in)famous full-moon party or the Andaman Coast, whose most famous destination is undoubtedly the amusingly-named Phuket. (For the record, its pronounced Poo-Ket).   But just across the […]

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Top five ways to travel for FREE

Don’t want to pay for a hotel? Can’t afford Parisian prices? Can’t afford the expensive tours around the city, or just can’t suffer the snap-happy fools you’ll be experiencing it with? Well couchsurfing or one of the many other free hospitality exchange options may be for you. 1. Couch surfing & Homestays With 2.5 million […]

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Best cycling routes in Australia

Bicycle cycling is not just a sport. It is an exercise, a hobby, a passion, a lifestyle. Aside from the health benefits of cycling, it also promotes environmental preservation and cost-efficiency. If you are planning to take on a biking tour in Australia, here are some of the best cycling routes every cyclist should try: […]

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Queensland: the place to be this Easter

Queensland offers the best value holidays this Easter. As the weather cools in the south why not think about heading north for the break? Or if you live in the Sunshine State, why not grab a bargain just around the corner, saving on travel time but still enjoying a relaxing Easter? Images beamed into homes […]

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Packing Tips for Business Travel

Packing for a trip can be stressful and it’s even more stressful if it’s a business trip that you are preparing for. With all the gadgets, documents, clothes and shoes that you have to bring along, it is always every businessperson’s problem on how to travel lightly and stay within the given baggage allowance.

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