Category Archives: Travel Journal

Egypt: What you need to know before you go

August 30, 2018

One of the perks of working in the travel industry is that you get insider knowledge about the hottest holiday destinations. From experience we know that overrated, crowded destinations is just not everyone’s cup of tea when it comes to travel. And some destinations are congested with tourists no matter what time of the year […]

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You explore, absorb, meet new people – even dance. I’m an explorer at heart!

by on July 20, 2018

Raymonde Poirier, a 58-year old retiree from Nova Scotia in Canada, recently joined Expat Explore’s Irish Explorer tour to celebrate her friend’s 60th. While she considers herself “an explorer at heart”, it was her first time embarking on a group tour – and she loved every minute! Expat Explore tours are filled with travelers that […]

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10 Reasons why you should book a tour to Europe

July 7, 2018

Travelling to Europe is such an adventure! Why is it not a rite of passage for every single person around the world? Travelling is educational, inspiring and just plain fun! Here are some of the reasons why we offer so many travel around Europe packages… 1. You get to walk amidst living history Civilisation in […]

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10 of Europe’s best spring events

March 12, 2018

Spring is an amazing time to travel. The weather is getting warmer, days are getting longer and there is plenty of daylight for loads of sightseeing! Additionally, it’s also shoulder season (the straddling months between high season and low season) for most European destinations. This means cheaper accommodation and flights! The other huge advantage of […]

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Christmas markets in York are calling

December 11, 2017

Every year the charming city of York hosts a large number of Christmas markets. It not only adds an extra layer of festive delight, but it also gives us even more reason to start planning a winter trip to England! Few cities in England – or anywhere else – really retain their medieval ambiance quite […]

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Travel Story: It’s more than a bug, traveling has consumed me

November 24, 2017

Remedios Valeriano got her first glimpse of travelling ‘by accident’ at the age of 48. Since then, she makes sure that she is well-prepared and informed about her next destination. “I do tonnes of research about it, which cities to tour and landmarks or scenery to immerse myself in.” I am 50 years old and […]

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