Monday, October 22, 2012

Enjoying Dublin this Halloween

Image courtesy of wikipedia.org

There aren’t too many cities that love this festive Halloween season but Dublin is going all out to celebrate. Over the season, the capital city will be hosting a number of events for both locals and visitors to the city. Check out my list below of the top activities to do in Dublin this Halloween:

Haunted City Tours – City walking tour company, Hidden Dublin Walks are hosting a number of haunted walking tours in Dublin throughout the Halloween period. Explore the cobbled streets and learn all about the gruesome history of the city, with tales of witches, the supernatural and the Gates of Hell, one of Dublin’s strangest attractions. Ireland is steeped in history with many folklore tales to entice.

Monday, October 15, 2012

Just two weeks until the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix


Image courtesy of Yas Marina Circuit
Just two weeks to go and Abu Dhabi is getting ready for the exciting Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

Sunday 4th November will see drivers, racing teams, locals and international visitors heading to Yas Island in Abu Dhabi to experience the thrill of the Formula 1. Tickets are still available for the three days of fun and excitement which also includes the after-race concerts, whose artists this year include Kylie Minogue, Nickelback and Eminem.

Monday, October 1, 2012

Kenya's fight for tourism


Kenya has long been known for its incredible wildlife and beautiful scenery. From the lush forest near Mount Kenya, to the wide open plains of the Maasai Mara and to the stunning beach resorts scattered along the coastline, Kenya is a place of diverse cultures and scenes. Known as the financial capital of Africa, Nairobi, Kenya’s magnificent capital city has regularly been a melting pot of locals and expats, particularly with the United Nations being located in the North of the city. Nairobi has also been a stopover for many tourists before heading out to one of the country’s 59 national parks and reserves, each with its own unique character.