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Grandparents Can Provide Grandchildren with Living History Lessons

The gold rush town of Ballarat in Victoria, Australia, has a long history of gold mining and change. Originally, it was a spot on the map that was barely recognized until 1851 when a few flecks of gold were discovered. That prompted a mild trickle of prospectors to the area, but when two men found […]

Must have apps for sports fans around the globe

ESPN Sports Centre – Free ESPN is one of the largest and most respected sports broadcasters on the planet and their latest brainwave comes in the form of the ‘ESPN Sports Centre app’. This offers a broad interface, with a great range of videos, news, scores, stats and standings. The app puts the consumer in […]

Antibes – Where Jazz Music Does not Stop

What do Picasso’s art, jazz, cobbled ancient streets, and the world’s most expensive superyachts and villas have in common? These are all the things that one can find in one of the Cote d’Azur’s most luxurious destinations – Antibes. This picture-perfect seaside resort is one of the favourite summer playgrounds of the international jet set […]

The alternative summer holiday

A summer holiday often includes navigating airports at a time of peak season madness and then flying off to share a crowded beach with thousands of other getaway tourists. Although it is easy to book flights, cars and hotels through online services offered by companies such as American Express travel you can also use your […]

Camping in Great Britain

Camping is increasingly popular in Britain, with more and more people choosing to stay in the country and explore the great outdoors from the comfort of their own chosen camping pitch. A few days at one with nature is an unbeatable experience, and one which more people are turning towards all the time as the […]

Rude Hand Gestures From Around The World

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A Trip Through Presidential History

Barack Obama will have served two terms as president by 2016, so one thing we can be certain of, and even bet on, is that it’ll have a new incumbent after the next election. The field of potential candidates as of March 2014 is huge, and encompasses a range of people from Hillary Clinton to […]

America’s Midwest: 4 Diamonds In The Rough Worth A Visit

America’s Midwest is filled with interesting historical and entertainment sites that create unforgettable memories for the whole family. Turner Falls Park in Davis, Oklahoma This is a family-friendly destination in the Arbuckle Mountains. There is rugged wilderness for hiking, caves to explore, cool springs and sandy beaches with swimming and wading areas, a 77-foot waterfall, […]

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