Fiction Map of the World – Ecuador

by Travelbag on 26 February 2015, 10:02AM Fiction Map of the World – Ecuador From picturesque colonial towns to ancient villages, lush Amazonian rainforests, and the soaring peaks of the Andes, Ecuador really does have it all. This little island may be small in stature, but it more than makes up for its diminutive size in character, personality, and culture.You might be a thrill seeker, who cannot wait to trek as close as possible to the Ecuadorian volcano chain. You might have always dreamed of taking a trek through the jungle, and meeting a whole host of critters and creatures on the way. Or, a white sandy beach might be more to your tastes - Ecuador has them all.    Essential Holiday Reading For intrepid explorers on the lookout for an exciting read this year, there is the darkly thrilling A True Tale of Love, Murder and Survival in the Amazon, by ...
The Five Best Golf Courses in Dubai

The Five Best Golf Courses in Dubai

When you think about the sport of golf, Dubai might not necessarily be the first place that springs to mind. Sitting at the edge of the Arabian Desert, this city has temperatures which reach well above 40°C in many months of the year while it only receives about 12 cm of rainfall annually. At first glance it does not seem a likely place to find 18 holes of pristine green grass. 22 years ago t...
by Travelbag on 24 February 2015, 13:02PM



48 Hours in Orlando

48 Hours in Orlando

The sunshine state of Florida is home to a number of wonderful cities that are just waiting to be explored, and Orlando is one of those. From family holidays to romantic retreats, there is plenty to do and enjoy. Most people think of theme parks and Mickey Mouse and, while this is the big thing to do in “The City Beautiful”, there are other delights on offer. It is undoubtedly the the...
by Travelbag on 24 February 2015, 13:02PM



Fiction Map of the World- Argentina

Fiction Map of the World- Argentina

This South American hotspot is not to be missed.  Argentina is becoming a more and more popular for holiday jet setters offering humid jungles, glorious glaciers and striking landscapes. Our cultural exploration takes us to Argentina as we take a look at the people who creatively shaped this great country. Essential Holiday ReadingThere is perhaps no bigger author to represent Argentina&rs...
by Travelbag on 23 February 2015, 17:02PM



Name Your Ship Competition

Name Your Ship Competition

Win a 2 night all-inclusive, all expenses paid cruise with Royal Caribbean, on-board the Anthem of The Seas! The UK’s first smart ship is the newest among Royal Caribbean’s fleet and also the largest ship to be ported from Southampton. Cruise on a money-can’t-buy, exclusive cruise and enjoy a full-board basis with all meals and drinks included. Experience a thrill like no other ...
by Lia Holloway on 23 February 2015, 14:02PM



Fiction Map of the World- Jamaica

Fiction Map of the World- Jamaica

There is not much that can be said about Jamaica that has not been said before. Its icons are well-known all across the globe, as are its traditional styles of music, dance and food. In fact, for such a small island, Jamaica has somehow managed to become a place that everybody feels familiar with, even if they have not yet visited. If you belong in this category, it is time to take the plunge...
by Travelbag on 23 February 2015, 09:02AM



Fiction Map of the world- South Africa

Fiction Map of the world- South Africa

If you are interested in natural, geographical and social diversity, you need to get yourself over to South Africa. There is no place quite like it, there is certainly nowhere else on earth with a culture and history quite as rich and fascinating. In fact, there are wildlife parks here which span multiple ecosystems – the iSimangaliso Wetland Park spans five – so you can only imag...
by Travelbag on 23 February 2015, 09:02AM



Fiction Map of the World- Peru

Fiction Map of the World- Peru

Today we delve into the culture of the beautiful country that is Peru. Home to ancient cultures reaching back to the days of the Inca Empires, Peru is a intriguing country that contains complex terrains of vast Amazonian jungles to breathtaking glacial peaks. Described as a traveller’s dream it is no wonder why Peru attracts so many tourists every year. So before you set off on your travels ...
by Travelbag on 19 February 2015, 12:02PM



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