Seattle, USA

Known as the home of Starbucks and Microsoft, Seattle in the USA is quite different close up. Small indie businesses thrive next to microbreweries and serious coffee shops, while every other street corner seems to have an interesting mural or […]

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CN Tower and Toronto skyline.

Toronto, Canada

Toronto is Canada’s biggest city by population and a great city for visitors to explore. Sitting on the shores of Lake Ontario it covers over 7000 square kilometers and is home to a diverse population, earning it the nickname of […]

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Kingston, Jamaica

Often voted one of the most beautiful islands in the world, Jamaica is a great location for both first time Caribbean visitors and old hands alike. From luxurious all inclusive resorts to homestay bed and breakfast there’s accommodation for every […]

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Country Music Museum

Nashville, USA

If music is your thing, then a trip to Nashville, Tennessee, is a must-do. For nearly a century, Nashville has been home to the American country scene with musicians from around the world making the pilgrimage to the city. The […]

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Washington DC, USA

Washington DC was purpose built as the capital of the United States and is a separate entity not part of any of the official 50 states. It’s been the home of the US government since 1800. Many visitors will be […]

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beachfront honolulu

Honolulu, USA

One of the most remote cities on Earth at over 2500 miles from mainland America, Honolulu in Hawaii is a great place to get away from it all. Honolulu is the capital of Hawaii, which was the last state to […]

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The Magic Kingdom at Disney World

Disney World, Florida

Our final stop on family week is what many would consider the ultimate family destination; Disney World in Florida, USA. With four different parks, two water parks, dozens of rides, parades and nightly fireworks there’s enough to keep everyone entertained […]

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While technically part of Denmark, Greenland has been pushing for more independence since the 1970s and there is now a clear Greenlandic culture, language and lifestyle.¬†Visiting the largest island in the world might not be easy, but it’s certainly worthwhile. […]

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Punta Cana, Dominican Republic

Located on the eastern tip of the Dominican Republic, the warm Caribbean Sea and soft sandy beaches make Punta Cana a top destination for travelers in search of serious relaxation. For many visitors, their entire visit to the Dominican Republic […]

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Small but perfectly formed, Belize is a great choice for families looking for a bit of everything in one holiday. This hidden Central American gem has a fantastic Caribbean coastline as well as jungles full of wildlife and mysterious Mayan […]

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