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6 Great Places to Go Camping with Your Kids

6 Great Places to Go Camping with Your Kids

Those that love nature usually love camping right from an early age. If you happen to be a parent who has had the pleasure of being introduced to nature as a young child, it’s time that you did the same for your children as well. The United Kingdom is filled with hundreds of camping spots in various locations, but not all of them are perfect for children. Similarly, there are also a lot of places that kids will invariably love. To help and make that search easier for you, here are six places you should definitely check out if you are planning to go camping with kids. Fox Wood Camping, West Sussex The 34-acre forestland is part of the South Downs National Park and in spite of the facilities being quite limited, car-free Fox Wood is the place you should go to if you want your children to experience what true camping in the middle of the woods feels like. Muasdale, Argyll This isn’t the easiest place to reach or camp, so  Muasdale  may not be ideal for your very first trip. Ho

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3 Top Accessible Tourist Attractions in the Philippines

3 Top Accessible Tourist Attractions in the Philippines

For those of us with limited mobility, accessible holidays and attractions are something we long for. The world is starting to change for the better, but no matter how many  electric wheelchairs  or accessible vehicles we have, sometimes there just isn’t anything we can do to get to some of the world’s most amazing attractions. But as we said before, the world is changing, and we’ve decided to take a look at the Philippines this time around – is this destination accessible? What are some of the most accessible tourist attractions here? You’ll have to read on to find out. Rizal Park Rizal Park is still widely known as ‘Luneta’ despite its name being changed back in the 1950’s, and despite the name change, it is still one of the most iconic and beautiful parks in all of Manila. This central park is filled with open lawns, ornamental gardens, ponds, woodland and paved walkways – and the great part is, it’s accessible! This park is a historically significant location, with plen

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3 Reasons GPS is Important When Purchasing a Fish Finder

3 Reasons GPS is Important When Purchasing a Fish Finder

When you go to buy a fish finder, you will find that they come in a variety of sizes, shapes, and models which will enable you to see different kinds of information on your screen. The type of fish finder you decide to settle on is entirely up to you and how you want to use it. There are some which can function as a stand alone device while others come with a GPS installed in them which makes it easy to find fish. Purchasing a combo fish finder means you will be able to get more information out of it as compared to one which is standalone. They will have different functions and capabilities as you can read  more info on VMN  . If you have considered getting a fish finder with GPS, below are some reasons why you should consider getting one. Mid-Sized Boats You might have traveled or used a boat before and come across a fish finder in the boat. Most of the time, it is a fish finder that has GPS in it. The reason why people have them on boats is that they are can fit well in t

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Max Palawan - The Best ATV Adventure in Puerto Princesa

Max Palawan - The Best ATV Adventure in Puerto Princesa

While our stay in Blue Palawan resort in Puerto Princesa , we were invited by the owner and of course their staff to go and try their ATV adventure just about 45 minutes away from the Puerto Princesa City. The shuttle from the resort that we stayed at is already included and we’ve got until 2pm to do it, so we were really game for it! It’s not our first time to do the ATV. If you’ve been reading and following my blog I’ve also tried the ATV ride in Boracay . But it was more on trying it, being able to ride on it, driving it, and not like really using it for the rough road. So when we saw the video playing on the lobby of the resort about the Max Palawan’s ATV adventure, showing the rough road, the muddy parts, the mountain and the river that you’ll be enjoying made Channel and I looked at each other and was really attracted to wanting to do it. About 9 am one of the staff knocked on our door and said that our van is here, and we were joined by the resort’s manager, Max Palawan

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Top 5 Ways to Transport Your Belongings When Moving to the Philippines

Top 5 Ways to Transport Your Belongings When Moving to the Philippines

The Philippines, technically known as the Republic of the Philippines, is an island nation. In total, there are 7,107 different islands which make up the country. Each one offers something a little different, but you can expect to find stunning sandy beaches, a laid back way of life and an incredible tropical climate across the Philippines. If you’re looking to join the 100 million people already living in the region, you’ll need to find a way to get your belongings to your new home. Here are the top five ways to send your possessions across the world. Sea Freight If you need to  import from China  or anywhere else in the world, sea freight is by far the most cost-effective solution. Logistically, sea freight is the best option if you’ve got time on your side. If you need to relocate immediately for a job, waiting several weeks or even months for your belongings to arrive isn’t going to work for you. However, this delay could provide you with the time you need to prepare everyth

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