Top 5 Things to do in Las Vegas in Winter

by Rianne Ojeh on 31 October 2014, 12:10PM Top 5 Things to do in Las Vegas in Winter The weird and wonderful city of Las Vegas is a great place to visit, no matter what the time of year. In fact, the winter season is the perfect choice for holidaymakers who have always dreamed of visiting the great casino city, but never really been sure about the blistering summer temperatures. After a typically searing summer, the autumn months in Nevada tend to be surprisingly chilly – especially if you are expecting a desert like climate. On the other hand, it never snows here, which means that winter breaks are cool, but comfortable. For tourists looking for a break from sandy beaches and sun burn, Las Vegas is the ideal destination. Plus, just like New York, it is a city that never sleeps – there is always plenty to do in this urban playground, no matter whether it is ...
Fiction Map of the World - Sri Lanka

Fiction Map of the World - Sri Lanka

Situated in the northern part of the Indian Ocean off the coast of southern India, Sri Lanka is an island with a deep cultural history as there has been documented civilisation for the past 3,000 years. Originally part of the ancient “Silk Road” or ancient trade route from Asia to Europe, Sri Lanka is an island paradise that really deserves to be visited and admired. Essential Holida...
by Travelbag on 30 October 2014, 10:10AM



Florida’s Cultural Odyssey: Fort Myers and Sanibel

Florida’s Cultural Odyssey: Fort Myers and Sanibel

Peter Morrell continues his journey in Florida and on the third leg has the perfect combination of culture and relaxationAfter a hectic time in Sarasota I was on my way to the Fort Myers area, about a 90-minute drive south. Leaving the motorway, the last half hour of the journey took me through fields of cattle, reminding me of the little known fact that cowboys originated in Florida and is still ...
by Peter Morrell on 29 October 2014, 10:10AM



J'aime Poutine

J'aime Poutine

As a student in the North of England, it’s a safe bet to say that my culinary experiences while away at university weren’t exactly of the Michelin Star variety. Instead, Fray Bentos pies that could be eaten from the tin, beans on toast and Pot Noodles were amongst the delights rustled up in my student kitchen in Preston, while - for a special occasion - chips, cheese and gravy from the...
by Matt Salisbury on 28 October 2014, 10:10AM



How to Keep the Kids Happy in New York

How to Keep the Kids Happy in New York

We are accustomed to thinking of New York only in terms of adult activities. It makes sense, because it is a very sophisticated city. It is defined by its unique culture such as yellow cabs, Broadway shows, lively bars, burger shacks, Greenwich Village book stores and cute little vintage boutiques. It is a city of adult pleasures and adult diversions. Yet, it is also one of the biggest urban pla...
by Rianne Ojeh on 27 October 2014, 15:10PM



The Worlds Hardest Guess The Flag Quiz

The Worlds Hardest Guess The Flag Quiz

Think you know the flags of the world? Think again! We’ve put together a new quiz to test your world knowledge! Can you get 100%? Be sure to share your results on social media and test your friends! <> Check back regularly for the next quiz.
by Travelbag on 23 October 2014, 08:10AM



10 things I want people to know about Kenya

10 things I want people to know about Kenya

This could be titled 'Why I love Kenya' so be ready for some unabashed positive messages about the country. image credit: Great Plains Conservation I keep coming across people who ask me if it's safe in Kenya, and while at first I was surprised, having lived for some time in Johannesburg in South Africa, later I realized that people are reading the Kenyan situation all wrong. If you hang out in...
by Dereck Joubert on 22 October 2014, 09:10AM



Top 5 Caribbean National Dishes

Top 5 Caribbean National Dishes

Caribbean cuisine displays influences from around the world. It is a blend of African, Amerindian, European, East Indian, Arab and Chinese influences. These traditions were adapted to reflect the local produce available on the islands, creating a unique style of cooking. While each island will have its particularities, they have many dishes in common. Travelbag has put together a guide of the mo...
by Rianne Ojeh on 17 October 2014, 11:10AM



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