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Easter traditions around the world

Easter traditions around the world

| March 24, 2016

We’re all familiar with Easter eggs and hot cross buns, but here are some more unusual Easter traditions from around the world. Who knows, you might want to incorporate one or two into your own family’s Easter repertoire. Others you’d be better off leaving well alone…   Dressing up as witches In Sweden and parts […]

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Waterfalls to see that aren’t Niagara Falls

Waterfalls to see that aren’t Niagara Falls

| March 9, 2016

Niagara Falls might be the most famous waterfall in the world, but there are many more that are less crowded, and far more scenic. Add these mighty falls to your travel list. Victoria Falls, Zambia/Zimbabwe Named by the explorer David Livingstone after Queen Victoria, Victoria Falls is one of the world’s largest waterfalls. On the […]

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Half term spots: Family friendly places you wouldn’t have thought of

Half term spots: Family friendly places you wouldn’t have thought of

| January 22, 2016

Think outside the box for the February half-term with these unusual child-friendly destinations and activities. Spot tigers in India Prep your kids for Disney’s mind-blowing remake of The Jungle Book (set for release in April 2016) with a real life tiger safari in India. Tigers are one of the world’s most endangered creatures and tiger […]

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