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6 Unusual restaurants in Paris you must visit

If you are travelling in Paris, you may want to discover new and intriguing places to eat. French cuisine is not only frogs legs, snails, cheese and wine. Le Café des Chats If you love cats, you will enjoy having a brunch, lunch or dinner with your family or friends at Le Café des Chats. A dozen of cats are ...

Top 5 Spots in South Africa’s Garden Route

South Africa is a wonderful holiday destination. From the pristine beaches of Cape Town to the natural wonders of the Kruger National Park, South Africa has something for everyone. There is, however, one area often overlooked in the classic South Africa tour: the Garden Route. The Garden Route is a region of South Africa that lies between Cape Town and ...

There’s More to Mallorca than Magaluf

The Spanish island of Mallorca has an amazing coastline and cultural life which transcends the typical image of the package holiday-makers that flock to Magaluf. If you’ve never been, consider visiting this unique, little Balearic island for your next trip abroad. Embed from Getty Images The capital, Palma de Mallorca, is a picturesque city bursting with historic landmarks, cobbled streets ...

Things YOU didn’t know about Hawaii: The Big Island

Hawaii is essentially paradise, with the added benefit of not having to perish to see it. It’s therefore no surprise that the beaches and mountains of the islands are studded with five star hotels and resorts; many of the tourists visit the “Aloha State” to relax. Most people don’t realize, however, that while being a state, Hawaii is actually not very American at all. In fact, Hawaii is so unique (due in part to its geographical isolation) that it merits a visit outside the padlocked gates of a resort. Frustratingly for writers and photographers alike, what can be found there is both stereotypical and beautiful, all while feeling familiar. Some people say it feels like home.



Moreover, each island is quite different one from the other. The Big Island (i.e. “Hawaii”) is the island the state was named after. It is, quite obviously, the largest of the archipelago, and it is known as one of the least cosmopolitan. Here, you will find a rough guide to the Big Island, focusing on information you might need for anything, ranging from a short holida

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Euro-Free Holidays

If you’re looking for a European holiday destination but are strapped for cash, choose one where the Euro won’t dominate the affordability of a country. Increasingly, the more traditional European destinations who are affected by poor Euro exchange rates are being swapped for lesser-known countries. In these countries, you’ll get more for your money under their local currency so accommodation, ...

Why Camp When You Can Glamp?

If the thought of going camping makes you recoil with the idea of deciphering how to put up the tent, cooking on a fire or sleeping with creepy crawlies, but you’d still love an outdoor adventure, then have you tried glamping? This trend in glamorous camping has taken off considerably over recent years and new glamping resorts are springing up ...

Unique experiences around Europe – Part 2

Carrying on from yesterday’s article of the first part of unique experiences around Europe, here are some more experiences to add on to your Europe chronicles! Venice Carnival, Italy Embed from Getty Images   Masks adorning their faces, scores of people traipse around in their bright robes and period costumes amidst loud music and dancing all around San Marco Square., visiting Venice during ...

Unique experiences around Europe – Part 1

With over 50 countries in its lair, the continent of Europe is an embodiment of diversity at its best. From the Norwegian fjords to the Scottish highlands, each country is culturally distinct and unequivocally unique. In this two part article, I bring to you some of the exclusive experiences that cannot be missed whilst travelling around Europe. Mayor of London ...

Fashionable Ways To Explore London This Summer

    London in the summer, is there anything as beautiful in comparison? Below, we here at Union Times have discovered a few ways you fashionistas can ramble the city in the glorious sunshine. Well, we might as well be honest, there will be rain. From the obvious shopping and events to museums and otherwise, you’ll be sure to discover ...

Revamp Your Social Habits for Your Most Memorable Summer Yet

As humans, we find comfort and safety in patterns, but those same routines that we stick to like lifeboats can quickly sink into dull and unmemorable waters of predicability. So easily, we fall into the same social activities over and over again. Exhausted from work and errands, we want our free time to be as simple and relaxing as possible, ...

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