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Perfect Portugal: 5 Places To Add To The Bucket List

April 30, 2020

Oh, Portugal! If there is one place that should be on your list, it’s Portugal. And while you can add Portugal to the list, you need to know the best places within her to visit. From the beaches to the hills, Portugal has experiences that you could only dream of enjoying, until now. Portugal has something for everyone, and to keep it interesting, we’ve got a list of five places that you can add to your bucket list – so…

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Travel at Home: Portugal’s Most interesting Museum & Galleries Virtually

April 24, 2020

Portugal, Europe’s oldest country, is famed for its rich cultural heritage built over centuries by a unique infrastructure of language, literature, music, and art. The nation is home to some of the most reputed contemporary art collections and houses breath-taking museums and grounds that draw visitors from around the world. However, with the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 outbreak, tourist hotspots across Europe have been forced to close their doors until it is deemed safe to do otherwise, including the…

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Travelling at Home: Positive news stories from the Test Valley, Hampshire

April 21, 2020

In these incredibly uncertain and difficult times, visitors and local communities are still able to engage with attractions, pubs, experiences, and producers in the beautiful Test Valley. There’s a real sprouting of ingenious projects such as online exhibitions, deliveries to local people, resources to keep the children entertained and educated, virtual tours, images and more. Plenty to keep you inspired and wanting more in future months!   Where is Test Valley Test Valley is West Hampshire. Named after Hampshire’s longest…

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Travel Notes while on Lockdown: How I Make My Travels Productive

April 18, 2020

By Raina Fadel   Traveling is one of the most enjoyable and fulfilling activities you can do in your lifetime. Humans have always had the urge to wander off to places they haven’t been, even before civilization as we know it existed. However, the concept of traveling has only been recently seen as a leisurely activity. The dawn of passenger airplanes, cruise ships, road trip vehicles and other forms of mass transportation have made it much easier for the average…

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Positive news stories from the Hampshire South Downs (Travel Itinerary)

April 14, 2020

In these incredibly uncertain and difficult times, visitors and local communities are still able to engage with attractions and producers in the Hampshire corner of the South Downs National Park. There’s a real sprouting of ingenious projects such as online exhibitions, deliveries to local people, resources to keep the children entertained and educated, virtual tours, a sharing of memories, images and more. After all of this calms down, here is a beautiful itinerary that you can follow when you visit…

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A Guide on How to Find a Real State Agent

March 11, 2020
A real estate agent in a suit doing thumbs up. It's hard to find a real estate agent that's good.

By Sally Norton In todays’ fast-paced world, we don’t really have the time and energy needed to devote to every single thing we’re tending to. Having said this, we’re lucky to have people that can do these things for us. What’s more, they’ll most probably do it better than we ever could. This is because it’s become somewhat of a routine for them, and they’re much more experienced in the matter. Finding a home that’s going to suit all your…

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Summer Vacay BOOKED: Here’s What You Need To Do Next

February 22, 2020
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The easiest thing to remember about going on vacation is booking a hotel and your flight. You know that you need to pack your case and get your maps out for the car if you plan to hire one. There are so many exciting things to remember about counting down until your vacation. You’ll be booking an appointment to get your hair done and your nails painted. You’ll be ticking the days off your calendar for your pre-vacation shopping trip…

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Moving abroad – best ways to adjust to a new culture

February 7, 2020
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By Sally Norton   Moving abroad is thrilling, intriguing and overwhelming, but at the same time exhausting and just plain scary. Even though it can be one of the most exciting experiences of your life, the first few weeks in a new country can be very frustrating and challenging. During this time, you will go through culture shock, which you can’t avoid no matter how many books you read or how much research you do. The initial excitement and willingness…

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Places Worth to Visit: Carvoeiro, Portugal

February 3, 2020

For a Brit Expat, the Algarve is the best place to have a “scent” from home. Carvoeiro has always been one of my favourite places for more than a decade, to go and spend time with my family. Either for Holidays or for a quick weekend getaway, it is always a place to relax and be happy, to get some Sun and vitamin D, is a warmer place to go. The little town of Carvoeiro, or Praia do Carvoeiro (Carvoeiro…

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