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Travel Tips Australia 

It is often hard to talk about holiday destinations becoming overcrowded without sounding like a horrific elitist. When a destination becomes popular there will always be people who say “I went there years ago and it was lovely. Wouldn't go back though, too many tourists”. Although no-one wants to sound like that, it is completely understandable to want to go on holiday somewhere with fewer crowds. To not have to compete for beach space and be able to get a seat in a restaurant feels like bliss. 

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Travel Tips India 

As much of the world has been slowing down over the last few years, financially speaking, a select few have actually sped up. One of those countries is India, which is one of the world's fastest-growing economies and is set to become a superpower some time this century. It is also very large in terms of landmass and population, being one of only two countries (along with China) to have more than a billion inhabitants. 

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World Medical Destinations 

Healthcare is a competitive industry, we all know that. There's no harm in competition, it drives prices down and allows people to have a healthy choice to make between competing businesses. But what many people fail to realise is that the offers that we see for elective surgery in most English speaking countries are actually sky high when compared with other countries throughout the world. And this is all the persuasion most people need in order to indulge in a little health tourism.