Eight Top Desserts with Three Ingredients

Posted on: June 25th, 2009 Posted by

Dessert is the portion of the meal that probably all of us most look forward to.  From cakes to cookies, there are numerous types of delicious desserts consumed every day.  Many people associate dessert with a great deal of hard work in the kitchen.  There are several desserts that require numerous ingredients which may not be readily available in the house.  Purchasing all of these ingredients is likely to be costly also.

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The excitement is in tents!

Posted on: June 19th, 2009 Posted by

I read recently that, because of the credit crunch, more and more people are planning to spend their summer holiday in the UK this year, which is bad news as far as I’m concerned.

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Camper Vans – Self-Catering on the Move?

Posted on: June 11th, 2009 Posted by

Camper Vans are an economical way to have a self catering holiday on the move. They are vehicles which provide transport and sleeping space. They can be known as motor homes, motor caravans or campers. My friend was recently dating a man who ran a motor home business and she seemed to think it was hilarious. I reckon this is because she saw it as a peculiar business for a young man to own. This would seem to indicate that camper vans have a reputation for being the possessions of the more senior members of society. However, with the economy in a state of meltdown at the moment, people are looking for a way to get a break without breaking the bank. The good old camper van could be the answer to all of our dreams.

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Leading car hire price comparison site Carrentals.co.uk is expanding its affiliate offering for UK businesses – offering 5% commission and a market leading conversion rate of 4% – through a new agreement with Trade Doubler.

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Canadian Self-Catering tips and tricks

Posted on: June 4th, 2009 Posted by

Sometimes I think that the best way to see a new place is to do it all on your own.  Forget the tour guides, the crowded buses, and the rush to get from one site to the next.  So many times you find yourself seeing only two or three things that you really want to visit and the rest of the trip is delegated to the “tourist traps.”

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