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Top Books for Travel Inspiration

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What’s better than a great book to read while holidaying? What about a book that inspires you and gives you some great ideas for travel locations? Today we’re looking at the top books for travel inspiration. If you love the idea of travelling, but can’t decide where to go, a book can be the perfect way to find somewhere you’ll love. Fiction and nonfiction alike are filled with colourful scenes and vivid imagery. The lines between fiction and nonfiction are often blurred with travel themed books, as even fictitious stories take so much influence from the real locations that the...

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Most Scenic Camping Spots in the World

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When you get out of the cities and into the countryside, almost every country has natural scenic beauty. That’s part of what makes camping so great, whether you are travelling internationally or just a few hours from home, there is always beauty to be found in nature. 

What do you bring when you go camping? Your tent, perhaps a new magazine or a great book, compact folding reading glasses, and all your usual things.

But if you’re looking for a camping spot so beautiful that you won’t need a book, we’ve put together a list of some of the most scenic camping spots around the world.

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Best Snow Trips in the World

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It’s always winter somewhere, right? If you’re more inclined to hit the slopes than the sand dunes, we recommend these four hot spots where you can cool off. 

No matter what continent you’re craving, there’s sure to be some snow-capped mountains calling your name. So swap those Kingseven sunglasses for some snow goggles and check out our top picks for your next snow trip.

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Best Shoulder Season Sights

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If you prefer quiet hikes to price hikes, and avoiding long lines while enjoying the sunshine, you should be familiar with the concept of a shoulder season.

In case you’re not aware, a shoulder season is a travel term used to describe the months before and after a region’s peak travel time. Travelling in Australia, for example, the shoulder seasons would be February through April and September through December.

By travelling during shoulder seasons, you can avoid the price hikes applied in tourist destinations during peak times while still enjoying some relatively good weather – the simplest travel hack you can find!

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How to Prepare for Summer in Europe

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As those from below the equator endure a frigid winter, the call of a balmy European summer sounds like a heavenly way to thaw our souls and recharge for the second half of the year. 

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