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9 Cozy Pubs Across the United Kingdom and Ireland

9 Cozy Pubs Across the United Kingdom and Ireland June 8, 2012 | Dublin, Europe, Ireland, UK | Read More
Londoners head for their favorite local pub after work. Image: mostaque / Flickr London’s Anchor Pub is a welcoming site on a gray day.  .  .  and a great place to meet locals.

Budget Travel Turns to Debt-Ridden Europe

Budget Travel Turns to Debt-Ridden Europe October 17, 2011 | Budget, Travel News | Read More
Maybe this will turn everything around for some unfortunate European countries. Yes, even though Greece, Italy, Ireland, Portugal and Spain are having some serious cash-flow issues (hey, who isn’t?), their loss is our gain (well, at least for UK travelers who still have money to spend). Which...

Planking Take 2: The Best of Europe

Planking Take 2: The Best of Europe August 4, 2011 | Offbeat, Travel News | Read More
The planking adventure continues for travelers around the world. Forget Plankin’ in the USA, this round features the Best of Europe. The breathtaking cliffs of Ireland’s mountain ranges, the busy city streets of France and Germany stand no chance against “planksters” for this...

9 WTF Naturally Occurring Phenomena

9 WTF Naturally Occurring Phenomena March 18, 2011 | Featured | Read More
People have made some ridiculous things. From fiery sink holes in Turkmenistan to the World’s Largest Basket in Ohio, we might feel like masters of the universe. But it just takes one look at the incredible phenomena naturally occurring all over the planet to remember that Mother Nature always...

Surfing Safari: The World’s Most Unlikely Places To Catch A Wave, Year Round

Surfing Safari: The World’s Most Unlikely Places To Catch A Wave, Year Round October 16, 2010 | Featured | Read More
We know, we know – days getting shorter and a sudden reliance on your sweater drawer don’t exactly make one think of “surfing”. After all, what does a typical Google search for surfing destinations come up with? Surfing in Santa Cruz… surfing in Maui… surfing in Indonesia…...

Summer of Ash: Volcano Trouble Could Last All Summer

Summer of Ash: Volcano Trouble Could Last All Summer May 7, 2010 | Europe, Travel News, Travel Tips | Read More
After clouds of volcanic ash from Iceland closed airports in Ireland and Scotland earlier this week, aviation authorities are warning that disruptions could continue throughout summer.  A spokesman for the UK’s Civil Aviation Administration had mixed news for travelers, saying: “There is...

Free Flights for Brits to Bermuda — IF You Get Married

Free Flights for Brits to Bermuda — IF You Get Married May 6, 2010 | Caribbean, Travel News, UK | Read More
The Bermuda Department of Tourism is offering free flights from London to Bermuda for all residents of the UK and Ireland who are at least 18 years old.  There’s just a few small catches: travel must be completed between now and October 31, 2010 you must purchase a minimum of four nights’ accommodation...

Ash Returns, Closes Ireland Airspace For Six Hours

Ash Returns, Closes Ireland Airspace For Six Hours May 4, 2010 | Ireland, Travel News | Read More
Hundreds of flights were grounded again today as the cloud of volcanic ash from Iceland became concentrated enough to close airspace in the Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland and parts of Scotland.  As of Tuesday afternoon, only a small area over northwestern Scotland remains closed, with most airspace...

Weekend Reading: Smokeless Smokes, Sobering Ireland, Thieving Baboons, and an iPhone App

Weekend Reading: Smokeless Smokes, Sobering Ireland, Thieving Baboons, and an iPhone App March 26, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
Sitting up on your roof enjoying a cold one? Have your computer with you? Need something to read? Have no fear, NileGuide is always here to satiate your thirst for knowledge. There seems to be enough of a market for smokers jonesing for a puff mid-flight that Ryanair is now selling smokeless cigarettes...

Alcohol Industry In Ireland Faces Sobering Decline

Alcohol Industry In Ireland Faces Sobering Decline March 25, 2010 | Ireland, Travel News | Read More
A new report says per capital alcohol consumption in Ireland dropped nearly 10% over the last year.  Kieran Tobin, chairman of the Drinks Industry Group of Ireland (DIGI), sees the sobering numbers as evidence of “the worst year for our industry in living memory.” Others outside the drinks...
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