Getting around Praslin – Astonishing at every turn!

Praslin is the second largest island found in Seychelles. Visiting this is a dream shared by people from all across the world. It offers a bounty of wonder throughout all its attractions and is definitely one to add to your bucket list.

1) Secret Waterfall

A bit of a mystery, the Praslin Waterfall is not something that is often spoken about or even heard of. While this could even be a way of keeping it a secret, its beauty is something to behold. You can find it less than 500 metres from the UNESCO site Vallee De Mai.

2) Eat like a local

With plenty of Creole eateries spread all around the area, there’s no excuse to not try out these wonderful dishes. Highlights include fish curry and lamb stew. If you’re looking for a hotel in Seychelles, Praslin is home to many great options, like the Berjaya Praslin Resort for example.

3) Check out the life underwater

Go snorkelling here to discover a whole new world that lives just under the waters. Unforgettable for sure!

4) Unwind at the Anse Lazio Beach

Last but not least, relax and unwind at the Anse Lazio Beach amidst lush palm and takamaka trees along with pristine white sand.

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Getting around London on a Cycle – What Better Way to Wander these Busy Streets?

If you are in London on holiday and wish to explore the city first hand, and maybe want to work off those extra calories you’ve gained while tasting delicious food, cycling is the obvious answer! Wandering about the city on a bike is a unique way to experience the city of London.

Leisure cycling

This is quite a new concept that has been implemented in London. With the support of London Cycling Campaign, a scenic route for tourists to enjoy the city by bike has been introduced. See London in your own time at your own pace!

Quick tips

If you are up for a cycling excursion across the city of London, it is important that you remember to wear a helmet at all times. Also, wear reflective bright coloured clothing so that those in vehicles will be able to see you clearly. Also, check online for cycling guides and special routes to take.

Hiring your bike

If you are lodged at one of the hotels near Kensington Palace such as the popular Berjaya Eden Park London Hotel inquire with the hotel about bikes for hire in the area. You will need to pay a basic deposit of £100 to £200, credit cards are accepted too.

London pedicabs

These are 3 wheeled bikes that can hold about 2-3 people at once. They are mostly seen around Soho and West End in Central London. Eco Chariots and Bugbugs are said to be the go-to places for hiring pedicabs.

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Great Ways to Explore Colombo – The Fast-Growing City in Sri Lanka

As you visit Sri Lanka, drop by at Colombo for a few days to explore this fast-developing business capital of Sri Lanka. The rich culture and vibrant colours, there’s plenty for all to do in Colombo!

Enjoy the setting sun

Although this is something you can enjoy only at the end of the day, your Colombo itinerary must include watching the setting sun at any of the Mount Lavinia Hotels, the likes of Berjaya Hotel Colombo. The sunset views are truly spectacular!

Silhouette of Trees during Golden Hour

Café hopping

Colombo is home to numerous different amazing cafes, each unique in their own way. If you’re craving some hot coffee, then you won’t be at a loss of options. You can enjoy a plethora of snack and food options too when you’re at these cafes! The café culture in Colombo is truly one that you must experience.

Galle Face Green

You can ask anyone, and they’ll tell you an evening at Galle Face Green is a must! This famous promenade is always full of activity, with street food vendors lining one side of the stretch. You can also taste the famous ‘isso wadey’ here!

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Anushka Wijesinha, View of galle faceCC BY-SA 1.0

National Museum of Colombo

For those interested in history, the National Museum of Colombo is for you. There are several historical artefacts, each showcasing a different era in Sri Lanka’s history. It’s also the largest museum in Sri Lanka!

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