Month: <span>January 2022</span>
Month: January 2022

Barcelona in January: Why it’s the Best Month to Visit

Although Barcelona in January may not be as much of a hot-weather destination, it still provides blue skies and is one of the lushest seasons to visit. In January, you will find that the city is a lot quieter, meaning you get to enjoy the tourist retreats in their quiet season and experience Barcelona like a local rather than a tourist.

You will find that everything is a bit cheaper too, from your flights to general travel around the city, to your accommodation, shopping sales, and even deals across restaurants. 

If you’d prefer to visit in December, check out

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Casino Tourism: The Best Locations in the World for Gambling

Casinos are popular entertainment hubs for people around the world. Whether you want to win big, socialise or casually pass the time, casinos can be your best friends! But, have you ever heard of casino tourism?

Despite online casinos marking a strong presence in the market, the fascination for a physical casino has not died down. The allure about setting foot in a place buzzing with different games and people is hard to dismiss.

This boundless love for physical casinos has been driving the idea of casino tourism in recent years. After all, visiting the best casinos in the world

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Understanding the Education System to Study in New Zealand

Primary School Education

Schooling is available to children from age 5 and is compulsory from ages 6 to 16.

Primary education starts at Year 1 and continues until Year 8, with Years 7 and 8 mostly offered at either a primary or a separate intermediate school. Most schools teach in English medium, but some schools teach in the Maori medium.

Some schools in New Zealand are Kura Kaupapa Maori in which the principal language of instruction is Maori and education is based on Maori culture and values. Most Kura Kaupapa Maori caters for students from Years 1 to 8, and

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Walking Tracks of Ireland’s Mid West

When you think of visiting Ireland, going for walks might not be at the top of your list. But there are many beautiful and scenic walks in Ireland that allow you to truly appreciate the landscape.

Here are some of my favorite walking tracks in Ireland’s Mid West.

See also: Things to do with Kids in Ireland in the West

The best walks in Ireland’s Mid West

With its beautiful landscapes, taking walks in Ireland is enjoyable and as fun way a way to spend a day as you can get. Since moving to Ireland, we have tried to

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Traditional Beer and Food in Cologne

Thinking about what food you’re going to eat in Cologne, Germany? You’re in luck, there are some pretty delicious dishes to try out!

One can eat pretty well in most traditional-style Kölsch restaurants, and as a visitor, you should try some of the local food in Cologne, which is quite rustic, but tasty, hearty fare.

The brewery taps (Früh, Sion, Pfaffen, Malzmühle etc. in the old town south of the Dom) are worth taking note of to that respect, although they tend to be expensive for what you get (but still worth the experience).

See also: Off The Beaten

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