Cruise Ship Entertainment – Food, Sun and Singing

A concern of many who are considering taking a cruise is what they’ll do once the sun goes down.  After all, there’s only so much one can do while being stuck on a boat in the middle of the ocean.  The bar continues to rise for cruise lines that are hoping to draw eager sailors on board, and one of the areas where cruise lines everywhere have really had to pick up their game is the entertainment that they offer.  World class amenities, renowned shows and trending musicians are what every cruiser seems to be after these days.  Wondering what you can expect for entertainment when you set sail on the high seas?


Fun In The Sun

When you climb aboard a Mediterranean cruise, you know that you’re in for some good times as soon as you climb onto the sun baked deck of the ship.  At as early as 9am you’ll find sun lovers basking in the sun, and in a couple short hours the temperatures will raise to the point that many will need to take refuge inside or under the closest parasol.

But there’s more to do in the sun than simply lounge about on these cruises.  Though each line will have something different to offer, you can always expect for there to be some poolside hijinks happening.  Get in on a water volleyball game or enter a competitive “kayak across the pool” competition.  Most cruises offer numerous fun activities to do while on the deck for adults and youngsters, such as treasure hunts and races.


But which cruise line has the right entertainment for you?

This is a tough question to answer as they differ so much from company to company and from ship to ship and from season to season on the ship you’re on – it’s all hard to keep track of. Just make sure you do your research and compare and contrast the entertainment on a few to narrow down the list. Remember that you spend most nights on the boat; so the entertainment matters. A good place to contrast a few different cruise liners is Cruise Kings, as they work with several different cruise liners, such as P & O, MSC, NCL, and Celebrity Cruises. You can find their cruise deals page here.


Expect The Best Cuisine

No cruise line will stay in business for long without being outfitted with some top of the line chefs who can cook up some of the best foods on the planet.  Most cruise ships will have one “fancy” dining room, and another more buffet-style or laid back dining area for you to enjoy.  Some restaurants may have a specific type of cuisine that they serve throughout the duration of the trip, while others will change it up every night and offer foods from around the world, such as Greek, French, Italian, and American.

Typically each cruise will ask passengers to dress up when they come to the main dining room at least once per trip, meaning that ladies will need to bring along a nice dress or skirt, and men will need a jacket.


Fantastic Shows

Now one of the main draw for a lot of tourists to a particular cruise line is the entertainment that they offer at night. It’s not uncommon to now find that the most popular cruise lines that offer Mediterranean cruises to have off-Broadway shows to keep their guests happy at night, or popular musical acts that almost anyone can enjoy or at least get a kick out of.  Royal Caribbean may be to blame for bringing these Broadway-caliber shows to the high seas by bringing a shortened version of “Hairspray” aboard their ship Oasis of the Seas, and then showing “Chicago” and “Saturday Night Fever” on their ships Allure of the Seas and Liberty of the Seas.

If this article has left you keen to know more; have a read of this article on Cruise Critic. And if you do end up cruising this year, then I hope you see some truly excellent entertainment.




A photographer’s guide to Venice

Taking pictures is a quintessential part of any holiday and I think you should always try to get a few shots of wherever you go. However, if you have a particular passion for photography – whether you’re a professional snapper or an avid amateur – I recommend you take a break to a city that contains a wealth of beautiful sights and period architecture. One such destination is Venice.

dorsoduro venice

With the Italian city commonly regarded as being one of the most romantic places to be found in Europe, if not the world, I’m quite confident that you’ll find plenty of great spots in which to take some snaps.

However, the city’s significant size – its population consists of some 280,000 people who are spread out across more than 100 islands – means you should be prepared to put in some hard work to uncover the best places for capturing fantastic photos.

Once you’ve taken care of the essentials, such as booking a flight from Britain to Venice and sorting out accommodation, as well as – of course – ensuring that you pack all the photographic equipment you need (such as lenses, memory cards and tripods), here’s some of the best places to visit with your camera in hand.

Piazza San Marco

Piazza San Marco (or St Mark’s Square, as it translates in English) is, without a doubt, one of Venice’s most stunning attractions. Indeed, Napoleon is widely believed to have referred to the 13th-century public square as ‘the drawing room of Europe’, such is its beauty.

Come here and you’ll not only get to look at the pretty Euganean trachyte flagstones that line the square, but will also get to take in views of some of the Venice’s most famous landmarks – including the Doge’s Palace and the Campanile – and indulge in a bit of people-watching from one of the many cafes that line the square.

As you might imagine, Piazza San Marco can get very crowded with tourists – especially if you come during the peak summer holiday season – so, if you want to get some really good shots, you should head here in the early morning just as the sun is rising. Doing so allows you to soak up the square before it becomes filled with noisy holidaymakers, so you’ll be able to snap locals going about their day-to-day lives.

Grand Canal

Venice is famous for its intricate network of waterways, though there aren’t any which are large or as well known as the Grand Canal. Meandering down this stretch of water, whether in your own private gondola or on a water taxi (which is the city’s main form of public transport) enables you to capture shots of buildings from a very different perspective compared to what you would get on dry land.

I advise you travel down the canal in the evening, as the setting sun casts interesting shadows against the city’s many bridges. Among the most fascinating crossings that go over the canal is the Scalzi Bridge, with any pictures of this landmark sure to be a highlight of your holiday photo album.


As I mentioned before, Venice is split across more than 100 isles thus creating lots of opportunities to capture fantastic photos. However, I think the tiny island of Burano is an especially good place for keen photographers to get some shots. This part of the city is famous for its brightly-coloured homes – which you’ll find are coated in blue, pink and other vivid shades – while the Galuppi Square is a great place for some people-spotting.

The weekly market held every Wednesday is another great location to take some pictures. With traditional Venetian masks and freshly-caught seafood among the items available to purchase here, there’s plenty of scope to take some colourful photos.


3 Tips On Traveling Light

The goal:  to take a small carry-on sized bag with on you on your trip. The reality:  it’s possible – but you’ll certainly have to work hard at it.  Whether you’re going on a backpacking trip across Europe or just hate having to wait at the carousel at any major airport, packing light is certainly ideal if you can manage it.  Looking for some ways on how you can cut back on the clutter and keep your bag well under the 20lbs limit?  Here are some tips to ensure that you get to bring that piece of carry on with you rather than needing to check it in at the airport:

The Luggage Choice

When it comes to lightweight luggage, you usually have three choices:

1)    A carry-on bag on wheels

2)    An internal-frame backpack

3)    A carry-on bag that can be converted into a backpack with shoulder straps that can zip away.

The last choice really gives you the best of both words – you get a backpack that’s great for any hiking or backpacking holidays, while also getting the luxury of a compact and low-key suitcase if you’re in a more metropolitan area.  The only drawback is that they aren’t very comfortable for long hauls, so if you plan on going on an extensive hiking holiday, do your back and shoulders a favour and stick with the internal-frame backpack. I found a website called Luggage Superstore that has a massive range of lightweight luggage here – so it’s a good place to start.

Packing Your Stuff

Most of your luggage is sure to be filled with tons of clothing.  To minimize on the amount of “stuff”, simply bring less.  This means wearing certain items repeatedly over and over, choosing clothing that compliments one another, and choosing clothing that has several different uses (i.e. some men’s swim shorts can double up as hiking shorts).  Keep colour coordination in mind, and plan on doing at least a couple loads of laundry while you’re traveling (or you can scrub you clothes out in a washroom sink – just buy some laundry soap while you’re there).

It’s important to also avoid packing for the “worst case scenario” as most of us tend to do.  Think about what you definitely do need and don’t bother worrying about what you might need.  If you happen to need rain protection while you’re venturing through Venice, then you can pick up a cheap poncho or an umbrella while you’re there; you don’t need to pack it in your luggage “just in case”.

Leave Room For Souvenirs

If you’re already stressed for space, consider this fact: souvenirs.  Many traveling experts recommend that you leave anywhere from 1/4 to 1/3 of your bag’s space free so that you can drag home some souvenirs for yourself, for friends, and for family.  If you can’t manage the space, then make sure that you pack a featherweight nylon bag that you can stuff full of souvenirs and that you can still use a carry-on on you return flight.

If this post has inspired you, but you want to read more about traveling light, Rick Steves has a great article about it here.

How to eat like a local in Copenhagen

The vibrant city of Copenhagen features no fewer than 2000 restaurants, cafes and other types of eateries to choose from, which cater to all tastes and budgets. While it is possible to find dishes from all corners of the globe here, people who want to enjoy a real taste of Copenhagen will want to turn their attentions to modest eateries aimed at local people.

Strøget Copenhagen
The largest number of restaurants, cafes and snack shops can be found in the Strøget area of Copenhagen. There are also a large number of shops and boutiques to be found here, which makes the Strøget area a popular place for residents of Copenhagen to stop for a bite to eat in between browsing for bargains here.

Rather than falling into the usual tourist trap of eating at more highly priced restaurants and cafes aimed at visitors, follow the example of local people and head to one of the snack bars that can be found lining many of the city’s streets. These snack bars offer a wide range of cheap ad tasty treats and offer visitors the chance to sit at one of the street tables in the sunshine and indulge in a spot of people watching while they eat. If your’e a blogger and want to get some reviews done it also helps to give you a more diverse experience.

A wide range of different types of snacks and light meals are served at these carts, including delicious open faced sandwiches known locally as smørrebrød. Polser is a type of hot dog which can also be found at many snack bars known as pølsevogn or sausage wagons, while these are also the perfect places to sample the pastries that Denmark is famous for throughout the world. While we may know them simply as Danish pastries, in Copenhagen they are known as wienerbrød.

Copenhagen’s numerous and excellent bakeries are the best places to pick up local-style breakfasts. Known locally as bager, the city bakeries can be recognised by the signs that hang out front in the shape of a pretzel. These are great places to buy fresh bread as well as sandwiches and more tasty pastries. One of the great things about buying breakfast instead of eating in a café is that you can choose a bench in a scenic spot of the city and dine outdoors.

Enjoying brunch with family and friends is a very popular pastime in Copenhagen, especially in the summer months. A large number of cafes located throughout the city are famous for their extensive brunch menus, which usually come with a theme such as American or French.

Many of the city’s restaurants offer special dagens ret menus, which translates as meal of the day. These restaurants are particularly popular with local people as they offer huge portions of whatever the cook feels like serving up that day for a very reasonable price.

Those who have taken advantage of cheap flights to Copenhagen will also be able to use the money they save to sample some of the city’s gourmet cuisine. There are a number of Michelin starred restaurants to be found in Copenhagen, as when Danish people have something to celebrate they love to do it by enjoying an excellent meal with good friends. People who are searching for rare and exciting Danish cuisine to should head to Noma and Ensemble, where the food and service are simply to die for.



Fixated on being a territorial and international tourism nave, DubaiLand is a one-of-a-kind multi-purpose province of sporting, recreation, and retail attractions placed alongside blooming commercial societies.

“Many Experiences, One Destination”

You have to see it yourself. DubaiLand offers a luxurious variety of allurements. Pick your poison; ranging from adrenalin pumping sports, a game of golf, racing shivers, thrills, tasting international cuisines, environmental dining, shopping for astonishing deals, horse riding or simply just sifting through ethic markets, it’s all obtainable at DubaiLand. It is already home to a vast variety of stirring attractions welcoming millions of tourists and visitors annually. Experience thrills, amusement park rides, top-notch cuisine, culture, live entertainment and international shopping destinations all in one place. It’s everything universe at the Global Village where it all comes together on a singular destination.

Global Village: This seasonal recreation opens from November till March annually and has been a noted milestone on the Dubai vision for the previous 15 years, facilitating exciting cultural events and an authentic global shopping experience. Customers can not only attain knowledge about other cultures but can also get to undergo a taste of the products from various countries.

Motor racing action at MotorCity: Radio in all your motor heads friends, pack your things and get going to a motor heaven where there are no radars, no speed breakers and for the foremost no cops. Even if you’re a teenager without a driver’s license don’t worry as you can direct to the karting zone to have your slice of the adrenaline.
Top-quality sporting events and sporting academies at Dubai: Spread across 50 million square feet Dubai Sports City is not only root to a ship of heart-racing sporting attractions from football, cricket, tennis, hockey and golf, it also the home to the Dubai Sports City’ Academies Campus, which hosts world class academies and facilities.
Shopping at Dubai Outlet Mall: The one and only value concept mall claimed by the city, the Dubai Outlet Mall is frequently the primary pit stop for citizens and tourists looking to pick up a good deal of benefit. There are over 800 well renowned international and domestic brands at more than 240 stores offering huge discounts making this an extremely worthwhile day out. DubaiLand provides a tremendous array of purchasing options. From local supermarkets, outdoor markets, cafes and shops in MotorCity, a global shopping at pavilions, ethnic and cultural goods at the Global Village to over 90% discounts on international and famous brands available at Dubai Outlet Mall, DubaiLand has it all.

Golfing at The Els Club at Dubai Sports City: Bestow upon yourself a heavenly a round of golf at the Els club where the course widens 7,538 yards with four sets of tees, 81 beautifully crafted bunkers and
sophisticated gardened greens providing a true test for the professional and at the same time, a similarly fair provocation for the everyday player from the forward tees. The facility will proceed in drawing and hosting several attractions scheduled to open in the upcoming years consolidating Dubai’s position as an international center for family tourism.
ICC Global Cricket Academy at Dubai Sports City: Enhance your cricket talents and attain professional excellence at the ICC Global Cricket academy.
Laser tagging at MotorCity: Are you a fan of a good paintball game but not of the mess it revolves around? Then come for a game of Laser Tag. Best known as paintball without the paint, laser tag is a whole new form of paint ball.

It is important to note the numerous ways to acquire currency that you can use in the Dubai and the rest of the emirates. The currency used in Dubai is the ‘Dirham’ and for 1 US Dollar, you get 3.67 Dirhams in return. Alternatively, you can also use your credit cards and ATM cards to finance your transactions or exchange your currency before you go online through Travelex or using a local provider.

What to expect when you visit Hungary

With a rich history and stunning surroundings, Hungary is the perfect destination for all types of traveller. In fact Hungary is so popular it attracts 10.2 million visitors every year, putting it in the top 30 destinations in the world. Whether you travel alone, or with company, there is certainly something for everyone.

backpacking in budapest

Here are the highlights of Hungary when on cheap holidays:

Travelling with kids?

Keeping kids occupied can be hard, but not in Hungary! The Children’s Railway in the Buda Hills is a fascinating day out for the whole family. Children aged 10 to 14 can drive the narrow gauge train, collect your tickets and salute you at the stations.

If your children would prefer some animal magic then Medve Otthon Bear Sanctuary will be a real treat. The sanctuary is home to brown bears that have been rescued from circuses and other entertainment establishments. Visitors are invited to feed the bears honey from wooden spoons, perfect if your children love Winnie the Pooh!

Quench your thirst!

Hungary is home to some of the most unique watering holes in the world. ‘Ruin bars’ are set in derelict buildings such as the courtyards of disused apartment blocks. They are famous for their cheap beer, cool music and interesting décor. You’ll find them in the Budapest backstreets and they are best enjoyed during the summer months, although some ruin bars open all year round.

Café culture

If you’d rather have a non-alcoholic beverage then you could do worse than visit the Central Café in Budapest. Relax in the wood panelled interior, with its quirky art deco features and enjoy the delicious cakes and hearty breakfasts. An ideal way to start a busy day sightseeing!

The ultimate spa trip

Hungary boasts the world’s second largest thermal lake, Lake Heviz, and it offers a unique spa experience. Wash your worries away in the warm, mineral-rich water, surrounded by water lilies, as the underwater jets gently massage your body. Outdoor temperatures reach 27°C even in the autumn months, so it’s worth a visit no matter when you travel.


Lake Heviz Thermal Spa –



Timeshares: Great Vacation Idea or Money Pit?

 Timeshares are always advertised as something that’s a great investment, a way to go on your dream vacation year after year. You can pick when and where you want to go, what kind of place you want to stay and even change the location year after year to enjoy all kinds of flexibility with your timeshare. But before you jump right in, it’s important to understand the basics of how timeshares work and how things can go wrong if you’re not careful.


What is a Timeshare?

Owning a timeshare means that you own a fraction of a property, based on how much time you purchase per year. For example, if you purchase a timeshare for 1 week per year, you own 1/52 of the property. You can opt for a deeded timeshare, meaning you purchase ownership in the property, or non-deeded, meaning you’re simply leasing the property to use for a certain amount of time per year.


Most timeshares these days are very flexible, meaning you can change locations each year if you like, or even the amount of time you want to spend at the timeshare. You’ll have points or credits that you can redeem for use at different timeshares, which can be great if you’d like to explore different destinations.

Words of Caution

As great as a timeshare looks and feels when you’re standing on the balcony of a beautiful condo looking out over the ocean with a salesperson pitching the most wonderful deal you’ve ever heard, you need to be aware of the realities and responsibilities of owning a timeshare.


There are often management fees, taxes and maintenance fees that can hit hard when you’re not expecting it. Before you buy, take the time to talk to other timeshare owners and find out how their experience has been. Just be aware of all the costs that will be included before you commit to the timeshare. If you end up with a timeshare that’s strapped you with a bunch of unwanted fees, Right Choice Transfer can help you out of it!


You want to make sure that the management company you purchase the timeshare from will be around in a decade or two! If you’re buying a timeshare in a foreign country, you might want to be aware of any laws or regulations that could affect your timeshare.

Overall, a timeshare can be a great way to secure a dream vacation for years to come. Doing proper research beforehand and looking at many options will set you on the path for an enjoyable experience and years of memories with your family.

Cheap Holiday Travel Insurance

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Protect Your Personal Safety While Traveling

Tourists frоm аll countries flock tо Europe fоr sightseeing аnd vacations. Bеfоrе leaving оn а trip tо Europe, however, put ѕоmе thought іntо уоur personal safety whіlе oversees. Mоѕt оf Europe іѕ rеlаtіvеlу safe fоr а travel destination compared tо оthеr places іn thе world, ѕо mаnу travelers dо nоt thіnk tо tаkе precautions. Aѕ а traveler, іt іѕ important tо remember thаt уоu can’t bе tоо careful. Dо nоt worry tоо much, but dо tаkе thе time tо protect уоurѕеlf whеn уоu travel tо Europe аѕ а tourist. Onе important safety step thаt оnlу а small percentage оf travelers tо Europe tаkе advantage оf іѕ tо register wіth уоur country’s embassy іn еасh European destination. Travel safety dоеѕ nоt оnlу involve protecting оur possessions оr оurѕеlvеѕ frоm crime but аlѕо consists оf hаvіng а plan іn thе case оf natural disasters оr оthеr unforeseen circumstances оr іf уоur trip dоеѕ nоt gо аѕ planned.

The first and foremost thing you must do before embarking on any travel journey is secure your home. I know as well as most travelers that home can be a variety of places, but still most of us do have a dedicated home where we receive mail, celebrate holidays, and of course, pay the tax man. With that in mind, before leaving for any extended period of time, it is important to take a few precautions to ensure your valuables, as well as your livelihood, remain intact. For me, a security system is my safety net (mine is pretty cool). Aside from a security system, you could make sure windows and doors can all be locked effectively. Have a neighbor stop by every so often and empty out your mailbox. I have my lights rigged to a timer so they come on and off to mimic someone actually residing in the house.

Protecting уоurѕеlf involves hаvіng backup places tо stay аnd people уоu саn reach bасk home. If уоu register wіth thе embassy, уоur family wіll hаvе а wау tо contact уоu іn thе event оf аn emergency. Bеfоrе уоu leave fоr уоur trip, іt іѕ аlѕо important tо check terror threats іn thе areas оf Europe tо whісh уоu аrе traveling. Europe hаѕ historically bееn safe fоr travelers, but lаtеlу thеrе hаvе bееn ѕоmе terror threats rеgаrdіng subway systems аnd оthеr forms оf transportation, ѕо bе ѕurе tо check іntо thіѕ bеfоrе departing tо еасh nеw destination. Whеrеvеr уоu plan tо travel іn Europe, mаkе ѕurе уоu knоw whо tо gо tо іn thе event оf аn emergency оr problem. Whеnеvеr уоu travel tо а nеw country, thеrе аrе а fеw thіngѕ уоu nееd tо knоw tо bе safe.

Find оut thе emergency phone number fоr еасh area уоu wіll visit, mаkе ѕurе tо knоw whеrе thе nearest police station іѕ оr ѕоmеwhеrе уоu саn gо іf уоu nееd help, аnd mаkе ѕurе уоu knоw whеrе thе nearest hospital іѕ аnd hоw уоu wіll gеt thеrе іf needed. If уоu travel tо Europe alone, аnd еvеn іf уоu gо іn а pair оr аѕ а group, thеrе аrе ѕоmе steps уоu саn tаkе tо mаkе уоurѕеlf safer. Establish а set contact person, оr preferably mоrе thаn оnе person, bасk home. Bеfоrе уоu leave, give copies оf уоur itinerary tо еvеrуоnе whо іѕ important. Mаkе ѕurе thеу knоw hоw tо reach уоu іf necessary, аnd mаkе ѕurе уоu hаvе а plan tо reach them. Thіnk аbоut thе logistics оf uѕіng уоur phone аnd email іn Europe. If уоu аrе staying іn hostels, уоu mау hаvе trouble accessing thе Internet. Phone chargers muѕt hаvе adapters tо convert tо European outlets. Thіnk аbоut thеѕе thіngѕ bеfоrеhаnd ѕо thаt уоu аlwауѕ hаvе а line оf communication wіth home ѕhоuld ѕоmеthіng gо wrong.

It nеvеr hurts tо hаvе а backup plan tо deal wіth potential issues. A lіttlе planning bеfоrе уоur trip саn save а lot оf trouble later. Muсh information іѕ аvаіlаblе rеgаrdіng hоw tо protect personal possessions, аnd money whіlе traveling, but іt іѕ part оf уоur personal safety аѕ wеll tо mаkе ѕurе уоu dо nоt leave уоurѕеlf wіthоut necessities іn thе event оf а problem. It mау bе а smart idea tо leave whісhеvеr credit cards оr credit card information уоu dо nоt tаkе wіth уоu wіth ѕоmеоnе уоu trust bасk аt home. Shоuld ѕоmеthіng happen tо уоur money whіlе іn Europe, thіѕ person саn reserve hotel rooms аnd оthеr necessities fоr you.