Guest Post: Holiday Deals and Discounts

When you’re hoping to book a low-cost holiday, there are plenty of ways to help keep within budget. One of the most popular methods of cutting the costs of holidaying is to look for last-minute holidays. Searching for holidays departing within the next few weeks is still a great way to find a bargain, and you may notice that many holidays have had their prices slashed to try and tempt in those last few bookings. Be as flexible...

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Guest Post: A Guide to Spain’s Most Stunning Art

Spain is renowned for being a bold, bright and vibrant country, so it’s little surprise that some of the finest artists in history hail from here. Salvador Dali, Pablo Picasso, Francisco Goya and Diego Velázquez, to name a few, are considered amongst Spain’s most creative sons, and you can see many of their finest works of art for yourself. One of the best places for art lovers to visit in Spain is Malaga, which many people believe to...

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Guest Post: Viaja por España este Verano, y Descubre Tu Propio País

Dream of traveling to Spain this summer? Read below for a guest post describing the different colors that represent the varied landscapes and regions of Spain and start planning your getaway! This post has been made possible by a third party. Los sueños se cumplen, pero para que se cumplan es imprescindible querer hacerlos realidad. Viajar, equivale a ver cumplido un sueño y quizá sea el momento de dejar a un lado la imaginación y...

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How To Learn English (and Other Foreign Languages)

As someone who has been running what I call my “one-woman English academy” for the past two years, I’ve learned not only how to teach my native language to others of all levels, I’ve also learned the techniques to learning a second language. I always tell my students not to be shy in front of me, because I’m a student myself—learning their language, Spanish. So when Kaplan asked me to share what I think are the best ways to learn...

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Hiking to Morocco?

In the remaining days of winter last weekend, the sun shone brightly, the beachfront promenade was packed with people, and a few brave souls were already dunking themselves into the Mediterranean. I’m all for staycations and exploring locally so I don’t have to worry about things like backpacker insurance and what to wear to the airport. So, I set off into the sunshine, and I opted to hike to Punta Carnero, a...

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Guest Post–Benidorm: Not Just Mobility Scooters!

Benidorm. Wait! Don’t judge a book by its well-publicised cover. Thanks to the popular ITV show, this Costa Blanca resort has been given a slightly wronged name. Yes, it’s brash, at times it can be a little tacky, but it’s also full of beautiful beaches, with a year round mild climate and boasts a huge range of activities.  The famous high-rise skyline is the postcard picture of Benidorm. Despite a reputation of being all about the...

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