Brisbane River Festival
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The Fairies are back in the office after the festive holiday season, and what a holiday season has been!! Click here to read more »
Studying abroad can be a rewarding experience. Not only do you learn in a different environment, but you also get to absorb – often centuries old – cultures when studying abroad. Many universities encourage students to study abroad. Some schools even make it a requirement for certain degree programs.
Aside from broadening your horizons, studying abroad also makes you more appealing to employers. Many companies operate on a global level and seek employees with some level of international education experience. Once you determine that you will be studying abroad, the next step is to choose your destination. Click here to read more »
You’ve probably heard people say, “If you really want to see the country, then do it by road because you miss it all if you fly”, or something along those lines.
So we decided to see it by road. We agreed to take a road trip from the West Coast of the United States, to the East Coast where the sea is warmer down in Florida where we were headed than it is around the Bay Area of San Francisco. Click here to read more »
Happy kids on holiday
Holidays don’t come around all that often, so it’s important to make the most of them when they do. However, this is easier said than done if you’re constantly getting struck down by the multitude of illnesses that you can catch while abroad. You can avoid wasting even a single day of your holiday through illness, though, just by taking some simple steps to avoid it.
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The best honeymoon spots in and around the Mediterranean
Your honeymoon is the holiday of a lifetime; and with the warm glow of a wedding, many couples barely even notice where they are, they’re so happy!
Still, for many, that doesn’t mean that newlyweds wish to spend their first holidays together under a tent.
Overseas tourism is, nonetheless, one of the sectors which has suffered during the recession, with many travelers opting to stay closer to home, or not go on holiday at all. And when it comes to a honeymoon, there are ways to make it an unforgettable break – and still feel like you’ve got enough of that wedding money left to get settled at home when you get back. Click here to read more »
Holidays for women?? It’s all too easy to keep pushing your own needs down your to-do list – we grow up learning to ignore signals that we need time to ourselves, and to just “get on”, instead, with work, the kids, self-improvement, home-improvement… but too much ignoring yourself leads to stress, and sometimes depression.
A holiday might seem self-indulgent, but a break doing exactly what you want gives you time to rest and think. It can also help with depression , relieve stress, and make your daily life considerably easier to deal with in the long run.
Uplifting holidays for women
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Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom, is celebrating a rare anniversary throughout 2012: 60 years upon the throne to which she ascended after the death of her father, George VI, in 1952. The only British monarch to reign for a longer period was Elizabeth’s great-great grandmother, Queen Victoria, who sat the throne for almost 64 years.
Celebrations for Queen Elizabeth’s Jubilee will be held across Europe and around the world. For tourists, the Diamond Jubilee provides a perfect opportunity to partake in what is most elegant and exciting about society in the United Kingdom. Click here to read more »