Monthly Archives: April 2011

9 The Camino to Galicia– Dark Horse of Spain

The first thing that probably springs to mind when you hear about Galicia (northern Spain) is the Camino de Santiago or St. James’ Way, one of the world’s most popular and well-trodden pilgrimage routes which terminates in the region’s capital city Santiago de Compostela. Unsurprisingly, the final destination of the pilgrimage is also the heart […]

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Introducing My New Website Design

Many of you have noticed that MaiTravelSite went through an extreme makeover a couple of weeks ago. I did not make any announcements about it because there were still a few glitches to be fixed, but finally the transformation is complete and fully functional. This travel blog has undergone three facelifts in its almost two […]

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11 Exploring the Many Faces of Krakow, Poland

My mission – to celebrate the end of a long, torturous degree.  My accomplice – Wizz Air.  My destination – Krakow. The drive to Liverpool airport allowed me to play my ‘learn Polish in an hour’ CD twice, meaning when I touched down in Katowice, I could ask for a beer, a policeman and a swimming pool.  Shame […]

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6 A Traveler in Dubai

I am not one to thrive in warm climates. As a Canadian I welcome the cold, I am at one with it. When my friend told me about a great opportunity to travel to Dubai I was obviously dubious. As I looked at a climate chart my eyes narrowed to meet hers; I thought she […]

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Photo of the Week: Sydney Opera House

This is world famous Sydney‘s Opera House as seen from Harbour Bridge on a clear day. It takes about 30-45 minutes to walk at a leisurely pace from the Opera House to the spot where this picture was taken, but without a doubt the view is well worth it- the photo does not convey how […]

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33 6 Ways You Can Save Money on Airport Parking

Sure, you’re savvy when it comes to finding cheap flights, but do you know how to save money on airport parking? If you’re one of those travelers who simply park and fly then continue reading because this article will certainly help you out. On average, most airport car parkings charge something between 20 to 50 […]

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