A Budget Holiday Doesn’t Have to Equate to Half-Baked Fun
Some of the big data analysis operations make a lot of money just aggregating, organising and making sense of information which is actually freely available. When such information is presented in a certain way however it becomes that much more valuable and so retailers and service providers catering to specific markets to which that information … Continue reading A Budget Holiday Doesn’t Have to Equate to Half-Baked Fun
Eating in Vs Eating Out – What’s the Cost?
One of the ways through which people try to save money is by making the decision to drive down to the grocery store to stock up on some fresh ingredients so that they can cook up a storm as opposed to driving to a restaurant or a take-away joint to eat out. So many different … Continue reading Eating in Vs Eating Out – What’s the Cost?
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4 Tips for Bagging Cheaper Holidays
There’s nothing better than a holiday you’ve looked forward to all year, whether it’s a beach break for two, a family sunshine escape or a getaway with your mates, there’s nothing quite like a good holiday.
Yorkshire Water Hands out ‘Drink of Champions’ at Olympic Victory Parade
Yorkshire Water made a commitment to handing out 7,000 bottles of tap water for free to Yorkshire’s Olympic athletes and the public, dubbed the ‘drink of champions’. This took place during the special homecoming parade on Wednesday 28th September, in the Leeds City Centre.
The Best Way to Enjoy Your Trip to China
So you’ve finally decided that trip to China is happening and you’re in the process of getting all your travel arrangements sorted out before confirming your ticket-booking. If you’re an international traveller coming into China from beyond the regional and neighbouring Asian countries, there is no doubt about the fact that you will experience something … Continue reading The Best Way to Enjoy Your Trip to China
The Development of Photography through the Ages
Photographs didn’t even exist just less than two centuries ago, until 1816 when Joseph Nicéphore Niépce created negative images using a process known as heliography. The process went through some refinement by Louis Daguerre and since then, the development of photography has advanced rather quickly through the ages.
Career Ideas for People Who Love to Travel
Just as is perhaps the case with all other industries, in the travel sector there are what you’d easily refer to as mainstream jobs and careers people have in mind when completing a travel-related course or qualification so that they can work in the sector. Nine out of ten times if you speak to someone … Continue reading Career Ideas for People Who Love to Travel
Leeds Gets Approval for £72 million Sludge Treatment Facility
A brand new state-of-the-art anaerobic digestion and sludge treatment facility has been given the go-ahead, with Yorkshire Water’s Knostrop works in the centre of Leeds to be the site of its construction. The treatment facility is set to cost £72 million pounds.
Uni Road-Trips Are the Best
Well you could perhaps have interpreted the tile as referring to solo road trips, but we’re actually referring to college or university road trips — road trips taken by students. They truly are the best because of a number of different elements which can only come together as part of the life of someone who’s … Continue reading Uni Road-Trips Are the Best
Putting Your Smartphone Camera to Good Use
For serious photographers who operate as professionals or hobbyists who are really into their craft, one they’ve had a taste of the power of a real photographer’s camera with specialised lenses and all the other equipment to go with, having to use the camera in their smartphone feels like going back two ages in history. … Continue reading Putting Your Smartphone Camera to Good Use