Ah, cool Britannia, what can we say -- you're still the Queen of destinations, from England and Cornwall to Wales and Scotland. And across to Northern Ireland, too, of course!

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  • Planning to do Himalayas Treks? 

    Trekking in Himalays make you more refresment then other tour. If you are really frusted about crowed then Himalayas is best option  and very peaceful. Traveller are also trying find a peace  plece for yoga and medition. 

  • Where is Mount Everest Base Camp? 
    Mount Everest is located in a small landlocked south Asian country, known as Nepal. It is bordered by China to the north and India to the South in the Himalayas in Asia. Nepal is also known as the land of the Himalayas also. Everest is situated in the Mahalangur Range on the Tibetan Plateau known as Qing Zang Gaoyuan. The summit is directly between Tibet and Nepal. https://www.nepalholidaytreksandtours.com/blog/location-of-mount-ev...  

    Location of Mount Everest on World Map
    Do you know about the world highest peak Mount Everest? Where is Mount Everest Located on world map? Where is Everest Base Camp?
  • A Special Invitation to a Public Flogging.
    Travel is fun, flogging travel is fun, so let’s have fun.
    We are introducing tour flogging experiences so please come and get flogged and stay in one of our many floggee hotels etc available at this tour flogging link where you can get flogged by tour guide floggers.
    Take a goodly gander at our flogging tours, flogging accomms and adventure and activity flogs all over this tiny planet. Flogging cruises and safaris also take place and are enjoyed by most floggees at - www.thetoptravelclub.com/special-invitation.
    Our members have been flogged and new members will be flogged but as newbies they get 50% off but they do get the full flog not just a half flog. 
    We offer custom flogging with our Travel Affiliate Program where wannabe floggers will get full ‘no cost’ training for our flogging program and will be shown ‘How to Flog’ and ‘How to Improve Flogging’ by our Flogaffiliate Manager.
    We also believe that there are many bloggers who want to be floggers and influencers who may want to influence our flogging techniques but are too shy to go public as yet but to cure their shyness they can find out more from our Flogaffiliate link.
    Apologies if this flogration was too much of a flog to get through.
    Tony Humphrey, FCA (Flogging Control Agent)

  • This week's new edition of Accessible Attactions at The World on Wheels takes us to London, a city that's just crammed full of stuff to see and do. Accessible Attractions: London, England.

    The World on Wheels
    An ongoing adventure of travel and living while using a wheelchair. Tim has been disabled from birth. Darryl is his father and caregiver who travel…
  • In the Tour Operator group Chef LeeZ  asked for some clarification of our TOPs program re pricing.

    We allow travel products and services to be added to our program at the same price that they are sold TO wholesalers or retailers....ie... the 'outlet' or ' source' price....they DO NOT have to be further discounted....hope this helps...this allows the smallest of quality travel businesses to promote their services at no cost to our members....full info onsite.

  • Arnar...take a look at our Travel Operator Promotions system (TOPs) at www.TheTopTravelClub.com and see if it is suitable for your own travel and tour services

  • Icelandic Dream Holidays Introduces Short Travel Packages for Iceland


    www.edwhatamidoinghere.blogspot.com wants to explore with you the world in a different way. This time it will be walking along one of the most famous and most beautiful long distance walks in Europe: The Cotswold Way. And the media this time will be not just photos but videos too!
    The Cotswold Way is a long distance walk of 102 miles (little more than 150 km) starting in Chipping Campden in the heart of the Cotswolds. The Cotswolds, also known as Cotswolds Hills, are a large area in the West of England, North of the cities of Bristol and Bath designated Area of Natural Outstanding Beauty.
    www.edwhatamidoinghere.blogspot.comwants to introduce you to the beauty of the Cotswolds with videos with posts and photos. As we haven't followed all the Cotswold Way, but we indulged to some detours to visit some beautiful places just next to the Way, you will have the chance to plan your walk in this area, or, if you already know the Cotswold Way, discover some attractions you have missed keeping on the path and that you may want to visit.
    We divided the walk in 11 sections and every week we will publish a new section of the walk.
    A blog about travels, travelling and photography
  • Now try the book 'Old Sarum' by Edward Rutherferd

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Wales cited in 'Using Astrology to Plan Travel this Holiday Season'

fshok.com Still vibrant and popular today, the five-thousand-year-old art of astrology can identify, say, business and romantic opportunities or challenges. And those celestial bodies slinking about the stars can also help pinpoint optimal times and places for travel. And since destinations have their own astro-charts -- which interact with yours -- astrology can even serve as a kind of spiritual travel agent. It can tell you, for example, about places likely to be harmonious or challenging…

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A sweet little sojourn in Guildford, Surrey

Mark/flickr If you're looking for a peaceful, enjoyable, and scenic day trip or overnighter from London to include on your holidays in the United Kingdom, it doesn't get any better than Guildford, capital and largest town of the southeast English county of Surrey. Just over a 40 minutes' drive and a half hour by train from London, this city of around 80,000 on the River Wey has history (dating back to the Saxons in the so-called Dark Ages), great shopping, and a vibrant cultural scene, and…

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5 fine family finds in England

It's no secret that today in a world full of stress and bustle many parents are constantly switching between family, household chores, and work. In this situation, a family trip to England in a hire car will be a real breath of fresh air. It will allow you to prioritize correctly and to truly get closer to your children and family. A nine-seat minibus rental is perfect for such a trip because you can take your entire family with you, and also not worry about a lot of personal belongings. In…

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Most Beautiful Villages to Visit in UK?

Hi Everyone! Next month, I am going to visit the UK after a long time. I am going there with family and planning to visit rural areas instead of the big cities. In this regard, we decided to visit the coastal towns and small villages. According to the different internet sources, we should visit Polperro because of its beautiful cottages, lovely people and the presence of coastline. However, I am a little confused about the transport. Do you think public transport is entirely safe in these days…

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