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A Travel Guide for Reducing those Vacation Horror Stories

A Travel Guide for Reducing those Vacation Horror Stories

Oh, the thought of going on holiday. The very idea of traveling now seems like a long-ago dream for many. Nostalgia hits hard, as soon as the… Read more »

Why You Should Move to Alabama

When it comes to ideal locations to live in the United States, Alabama is usually not a state that immediately comes to mind. Common answers include states… Read more »

Top 10 Oldest Building In Las Vegas

Introduction Las Vegas is known as the city with a lot of adventures and especially multiple casino games. With the advancements in network systems and the rise… Read more »

Best Tips on how to travel the world and study well at the same time

Best Tips on how to travel the world and study well at the same time

Traveling is in everyone’s dream checklist. For students, going around could be a bit problematic. Time, money, college requirements and social/cultural issues are only a few barriers…. Read more »

Here are Some of the Best Countries to Immigrate to in 2020

While a global pandemic might have brought international travel to a virtual standstill, there’s no reason to suppose that this will be a permanent state of affairs…. Read more »

Brummies Are Studying Medicine Around the World: Dnipro Medical Institute in Ukraine

Taj is a British second-year dental medicine student in Europe. Yet, he’s not living in the UK. He’s in a city called Dnipro, in central Ukraine, receiving… Read more »

A Guide to Visiting Glasgow

When it comes to planning a trip to Scotland, Glasgow should be high on the priority list, with so much to offer regarding things to see and… Read more »

A Good Night’s Sleep in Bloc Hotel

A Good Night’s Sleep in Bloc Hotel

A recent Saturday night out in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter to meet a mate posed the usual conundrum, do I catch the last train home at 10pm, or… Read more »

7 Surprising Reasons to Visit Romania

While some people like to return to the same holiday destination year after year, others prefer to use their holidays to explore new places as much as… Read more »

How to send money home when working abroad

Today’s economy is a global market where people are seeking employment in other countries. While Americans often joke about Mary Poppins, the terrible weather and sometimes the… Read more »

10 Reasons To Holiday In Mexico

When you are planning your next vacation, you might want to go to Mexico. Mexico is a large country that has miles and miles of coastline, historic… Read more »

Things to Do this Fall in North Phoenix

Fall brings beautiful weather to North Phoenix and it is just around the corner. There is always plenty to do in Phoenix, but when the fall months… Read more »

Wine in the Outback: 6 Must-go Wine Regions in Australia

When you think of Australia, the first things that come to mind are the kangaroos and koalas. These animals are the mascots of the country and are… Read more »

Birmingham: It’s thriving for a reason

Once upon a time there was one city and one city only that was grabbing the headlines in the UK. You guessed it; it was London. Now,… Read more »

A Family Friendly Holiday: The Best Theme Parks in Orlando

When you are looking for a family-friendly holiday to suit every age, you cannot go wrong with a trip to Orlando, Florida. Not only can you experience… Read more »

Hidden Germs to Visit on Rental Car in Birmingham

Hidden Germs to Visit on Rental Car in Birmingham

Are you traveling to Birmingham for the first time? Then you are about to have a great adventure, as this city has many hidden germs and just… Read more »

All You Need to Know Before Visiting River Safari Singapore

For those who have been to Singapore or read much about the state, you probably know that the island has one wonder after another. All tours to… Read more »

25 fascinating facts about Birmingham

The UK’s second biggest city certainly has a lot to offer residents and visitors alike with its huge retail centres, eclectic nightlife and plentiful green spaces. If… Read more »

AWARD-WINNING CHEF TO LAUNCH RESTAURANT AND COCKTAIL BAR AT HIGHCROSS, LEICESTER

AWARD-WINNING CHEF TO LAUNCH RESTAURANT AND COCKTAIL BAR AT HIGHCROSS, LEICESTER

Leicester is preparing for a celebration of authentic Indian cuisine and cocktail mixology as new restaurant Tandem prepares to launch in August with a well-known restaurateur. Exclusive… Read more »

Birmingham Design Festival launches Digbeth!

Birmingham’s creative quarter and one of the city’s most distinctive neighbourhoods has revealed its new brand. The brand will be presented at the Birmingham Design Festival this… Read more »

Blues Caravan 2019 – Three Musicians on a Mission at The Robin 2

Introducing “Blues Caravan 2019” featuring: Katarina Pejak (Serbia), Ina Forsman (Finland) and Ally Venable(USA) The Blues Caravan keeps on rolling with an extensive international tour that includes four dates in the UK this September…. Read more »

Besse. Infinite Opera Beer Opera at Digbrew

Besse. Infinite Opera Beer Opera at Digbrew

We are excited to announce the second installment of Infinite Opera’s operatic trilogy ‘Besse’ we are hosting at our brewery and taproom throughout March, April and May…. Read more »

St Patrick’s Parade and Festival, Birmingham 2019!

St Patrick’s Parade and Festival, Birmingham 2019!

What’s the craic? Any plans for Sunday the 17th of March? It’s St Patrick’s Day folks!! You know what this means…We paint the town green!! Make sure… Read more »

Judge Jules: Live at The Mill, Digbeth

Judge Jules: Live at The Mill, Digbeth

One of the scene’s most best-known names for more than three decades, Judge Jules has never shied away from pushing the boundaries in dance music. In 2019,… Read more »

Jaye Jayle EU Tour 2019 comes to Hare and Hounds

30 APR  Birmingham, UK @ The Hare & Hounds. Fresh from a run of dates with Emma Ruth Rundle, label mate and partner, both on the road… Read more »

Bring fortune to your feast for Chinese New Year – Year of the Pig

Bring fortune to your feast for Chinese New Year – Year of the Pig

Wing Yip – the UK’s leading Oriental supermarket – is encouraging the nation to celebrate the Year of the Pig in the kitchen and enjoy authentic Chinese… Read more »

The Polaris Festival 2018 review By Rachel Bambrough

The Polaris Festival 2018 review By Rachel Bambrough

An unimaginable experience with panoramic views in its unique natural beauty, dramatic surroundings. An environment where all are welcome whether you have a beard, beanie or a… Read more »

5 reasons to fall in love with Vienna in winter

Located on the Danube River in the east of the country is Austria’s capital Vienna. Known for Its artistic and intellectual legacy, carried by the city’s famous… Read more »

New York Itinerary: What to Do and See in 3 Days in NYC

Known for its Empire State Building, Times Square, Statue of Liberty and Trade Center, New York is a city of fascinations in the state of New York…. Read more »

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