Author Archives: Emily Collins

Sail Away on Fuerteventura Holidays

Boats have always been important in the Canary Islands’ economy, as the Canarians have always been fishermen. In the Middle Ages they used to trade wine and sugar cane with the free world, so cargo ships would arrive at these islands. Then with the advent of tourism, pleasure craft and ferries were seen in the waters, as well as luxury yachts.

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Family Holidays to Crete – Look past the Parasol and Up at the Stars

For thousands of years, Greece’s mythology and its surrounding islands have captivated the world. The ancient king, Minos was said to be feeding virgins to the Minotaur who lived in a labyrinth on the island of Crete, even before the Romans and Greeks arrived.

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