The Best Opera Houses Around The Wo

By :- Louise Jackson, On February 17, 2017 in ::-Luxury
If you’re a fan of music that’s especially long and complex, then there are few artforms more compelling than opera. An opera is the grandest and most elaborate stage for a composer to flex his musical muscles, and some of the most famous pieces of music in history are taken from larger operatic works. If you’ve ever been to a wedding, the chances are that you’ll have heard the bridal chor.... {{ Continue Reading }}

Expert Advice on Claiming Compensat

By :- Louise Jackson, On February 14, 2017 in ::-Featured
An accident that happens on holiday is never fun. But when the accident happens abroad, it becomes very complicated to get things straightened. You may be in a place with different rules, different benefits, different languages, and different levels of income. In a place where the rights of both people are very different, it is difficult to figure things out yourselves. This is when it is a good i.... {{ Continue Reading }}

Our Best and Worst Bits of Iceland

By :- Louise Jackson, On February 14, 2017 in ::-Featured
Steve and I like to check out holiday destinations that seem to be a little bit different to the holiday choices of our nearest and dearest. [caption id="attachment_162" align="aligncenter" width="400"] In the National Park during the Golden Circle[/caption] Our plan for our year-long trip starting September is still under discussion, but we wanted to get our blog going so thought we’d  b.... {{ Continue Reading }}

3 Of the Worst Place to Go in the W

By :- Louise Jackson, On February 14, 2017 in ::-Asia, Europe
The world is a platter of goods ripe for the taking. So many people fall in love with the world because it gives them such a diversity of experiences. No two places in the world are the same. There will be similarities, but the people, the food, the landscape, the views, the political climate, and a million other factors all make each place something to be experienced in its own right. (more&helli.... {{ Continue Reading }}

Enjoy a Novel Day at Bath’s Jane

By :- Louise Jackson, On February 14, 2017 in ::-England
Bath might be known more for its Roman history, but the city is also home to some of the finest examples of Georgian Era architecture. Fitting then that it plays host to the delightful Jane Austen Festival each September. (more…).... {{ Continue Reading }}

DISCOVERING MUMBAI

By :- Louise Jackson, On February 14, 2017 in ::-Featured
Dreams do come true! As most of you know, Steve and I have been working our way around the world for a while now, hopping from one place to the next like a couple of pre-uni Gap Year teens - except with money! One country I had always wanted to visit was India…and here we are! After all the working and the saving, we grabbed the chance to explore the place. India is the seventh largest countr.... {{ Continue Reading }}

Top Five Casinos in Europe

By :- Louise Jackson, On February 14, 2017 in ::-Europe
More than two hundred years ago, some of the very first casinos in the world were inaugurated in Europe. These were some of the favourite gathering locations for the aristocrats who were adventurous. Although Macau and Las Vegas are regarded as the top gambling destinations in the world, you will be surprised to know that there is a handful of exquisite casinos in the European continent. These cas.... {{ Continue Reading }}