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a way to pick out a run – and keep away from getting conned

after I began walking back in 2011, there could be an average of two events consistent with month. in recent times, there are 4 to eight runs monthly. This is right news because the hobby/recreation promotes top fitness. The awful information is the deluge of marketing materials from occasion organisers which can be complicated. So allow me to provide 12 tips on the way to pick a walking event with the intention to come up with right fee to your difficult-earned ringgit. 1. understand your organiser. Ask questions like, “Do…

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A love affair with the Great Ocean Road

Some moments just get etched to your memory forever. Those picture perfect sights that overwhelm you and have the ability to bring about such peace inside that thinking about them can bring a smile to your face. You don’t need a camera to capture them – that is the beauty of these moments. Little did I imagine that my trip down under would provide me with such memories! Although I spent a major part of my holiday in Sydney, my trip to Australia wouldn’t have been complete without a visit…

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A Day In Melbourne

The city of Melbourne is the capital of the state of Victoria and is often referred to as the ‘Garden City’ or the cultiural capital of Australia. It has topped the list of most livable cities in the world and is also famously known as a Global University City for the number of students that go there for higher education. Situated at the mouth of the Yarra River, the city’s Victorian suburbs and streets are lined up with cafes with titillating coffee aromas, muli cuisine restaurants and various art galleries….

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Take a real break this holiday season

As the holiday season approaches, people are busy with shopping, travel plans, etc. As compared to earlier, Christmas and New Year are now celebrated with gusto. Aside from the commercial angle, the brightly decorated malls with Christmas trees and bright lights spread cheer and goodwill around. With all the happy buzz – the carnivals, good weather, and more – the holiday season draws us in to the hullabaloo. It’s a great reminder of the spirit of togetherness and brings forth the need to connect with our loved ones who give…

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10 travel trends expected to grow in 2013

So now that 2012 is over, the world hasn’t come to an end and life continues as normal, and people will continue to travel. Here are 10 travel trends expected to grow in 2013: 1. Increase in the number of independent travellers – The lack of company is not an excuse to plan or postpone travels anymore. People like to go solo and find travelling companions on the go to discover new places and their own self! 2. Domestic travel for festivals – We’ve seen it grow in the past…

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10 things to do in Mauritius

Sailing and skiing, Grand Baie: This coastal village, located in Riviere du Rempart District with its emerald water and white sand beaches is perfect for water skiing and sailing. Grand Baie is considered an ideal starting point to explore the northern coast on a sailing yacht. Scuba Diving: The warm and clear waters of the Indian Ocean, Coral gardens, reefs, dramatic walls and wrecks, Grand Baie is one of the best diving areas in Mauritius. Blue Safari, Subscooter: Mingle with the marine life in the most unique way, on a…

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