Bali Belly: What it is and How to Avoid it

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Bali belly or traveller's diarrhoea is a relatively common travel sickness, but the symptoms aren’t pleasant! Find out the best ways to avoid Bali belly and how to get rid of it with Cover-More's top tips.

Bali is a lively island that attracts visitors from near and far for its gorgeous landscape and relaxed lifestyle. With a boom in tourism, more restaurants are open on the island than ever before. No matter why you are visiting, take a look at our list of the best eats in Bali to ensure your holiday is a delicious excursion.

Bali is the second most popular destination for Australians on holiday, with more than 12,000 Australians arriving in Bali each week. Since it Bali feels so familiar to many Australians, it can be tempting to skip travel insurance for a quick trip.

Denpasar is the capital city of Indonesian province, Bali. Full of palaces, museums and beaches, this city’s vibe will make Denpasar a holiday destination you won’t soon forget.

It’s all about the game. No football enthusiast’s trip to England would be complete without a tour of the English Premier League stadiums. Whether you’re visiting your favourite team, or plan to see all 20 home fields, we’ve got the ultimate rundown of EPL stadiums.

Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument located in Wiltshire, England. It is, perhaps, one of the most fascinating ancient ruins in the world, due to its peculiar arrangement. No visit to England would be complete without visiting the site that still mystifies archaeologists today.

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Julie, from the blog - Have Wheelchair Will Travel, shares her knowledge about travelling with a family member who has a wheelchair or disability. Read more.

Famous for its Georgian architecture and Roman baths, this spa town is a lovely getaway from the hustle and bustle of London. It may be a small town of only around 85,000 but when you travel to Bath, England there will be no shortage of exciting sights and plenty to do.

No matter how long you are in the city, you will never run out of things to do and see. Guidebooks will add insight into just how many things that you could (and should) see in London, if given the opportunity. Instead of listing your hundreds of options

In a country with no shortage of history and culture, anyone that owns a camera-amateur or professional-will light up with excitement over the amount of memories and snapshots that will be made in England. Not only will you finish your holiday will hundreds of photographs but you’ll also leave with no fewer than a dozen new friends if the Brits have anything to say about it. Grab some fish and chips, a handful of memory cards, and the get ready to fall in love with England through your lens.

Here’s your guide to understanding the more unusual dishes you can find on most British menus, and why you should give them a try. After all, breaking stereotypes is one of the best parts of travel—you get to try things firsthand and come up with your own opinions.

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