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Learning Foreign Languages

In a day and age where we are all connected via a great thing called the World Wide Web, the need to know English is more important than ever before. But that is not to mean that if you speak it, you should not worry about knowing any other native tongue. Yes, English may be […]

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Preparing for the Worst

Traveling overseas can be a huge eye opener for an tourist, no matter how old you are, but even more so for an Australian who is completely sheltered from life abroad While we have TVs and internet and other ways of connecting to the foreign world, you never really know until you go. But while […]

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Prague

Prague is the capital, and the largest city n the European nation called the Czech Republic. Situated on the Vltava River in central Bohemia, Prague has been the political, cultural and economic centre of the Czech state for more than 1100 years. For many decades during the Gothic and Renaissance eras, Prague was the permanent […]

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Budgeting on Your Trip

Budgeting on your trip is as important as any part of any holiday. Usually those who are backpacking around the world do not have an enormous budget to pick into. On most occasions their initial funds will not even see them out for their entire holiday, and a lot of tourists find themselves working for […]

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Munich

Munich is one of the world’s most popular cities to travel to. The lovely city in the southern area of Germany is home to a plethora of amazing activities, things to see, and stuff o do. Each year, millions of tourists’ head to the European city for a range of reasons, but by far the […]

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Wales

When it comes to English speaking tourists travelling Eastern Europe, there is usually only one place they talk about: England! Yes, the cold, flat country is an easy choice for most travellers. It is the biggest and most recognised English speaking country in the area, and naturally, there is much more to see. (more…)

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Scandinavia

Scandinavia is the term for the Northern European area consisting of Norway, Sweden Finland and Denmark. The population of these countries share a language that differs only in a way that can be characterizes as dialects, and the inhabitants of these countries can to a certain extent understand each other, a bit like the Spanish […]

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Eurostar train services canceled indefinitely

The only passenger rail link between Britain and the rest of Europe has been shut down indefinitely, Eurostar said Sunday, promising …

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Brits ‘slow to take health breaks’

Britain lags behind continental Europe when it comes to taking health and beauty “wellbeing” breaks, it has been revealed.

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 Britain and Ireland have the most law-abiding drivers in Europe, according to a recent poll.

Britons are law-abiding drivers

Britain and Ireland have the most law-abiding drivers in Europe, according to a recent poll.

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