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    • These are the musings of a sixty something who always yearned to travel, but somehow, life got in the way.

      Contrary to the old adage that life begins at forty - it doesn’t, life begins whenever you want it to, and for me that was when I recognised that there’s still a big world out there, and I had to make the effort to see it.

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    • 3 places in Ireland to visit before you die

      A historically, culturally and visually rich country, Ireland has long been a staple ‘must see’ on the bucket list of travellers for generations. Famed for their music, folklore and literary traditions, it’s no real wonder that Ireland welcomes millions of visitors every year, keen to explore all that the Emerald Isle has to offer. With Read More »
    • Sport, Sun, Sea, and Sand

      The Indian Ocean coastline of South Africa has miles of sandy beaches. There are few places on that coastline that are as popular as Durban, where visitors can enjoy sea and sand as well as all the attractions of a sophisticated city. The capital of KwaZulu Natal is also the city where the sporting prowess Read More »
    • Visit the casinos whilst traveling

      If you are traveling through Europe and wish to see what the casinos are like, there are actually many to choose from. These can range in size and offer games that include slot machines and poker tournaments. France has a wide selection of Casinos in various locations. The South Of France is especially well known Read More »
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      Top 5 Free Things to Do in Perth

      Perth is a fantastic city. Often overlooked by its counter parts in the East, Perth should not be something you skip while visiting Australia. There are not only great things to see and do, but there are great free things to see and do. Yes that’s right. Free. There is no better holiday than one Read More »
    • Travelling with Parkinson’s Disease?

      I can almost hear people asking, ‘what’s this about, this is a travel site’? Because a year ago I would have asked those questions too. Not anymore, because last summer I was diagnosed as having Parkinson’s Disease. To say I was shocked would be an understatement. Initially I appeared to be dealing with it all Read More »

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