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Peter

Sustainable Ticketing

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Saving the planet is a tough task. Where to start? Polar ice caps? Fossil fuels? Plastic bags? At Tiqets, we’re doing our bit by working towards a paperless future.

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Seven Tips for Greener Traveling

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When planning a vacation, you’re probably not thinking about your eco-credentials. \ But ‘sustainable travel’ doesn’t necessarily involve farming kale, nor does your city break have to cost the earth.

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A History of Halloween

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Halloween is here, and millions of people are busy preparing their scariest/most revealing costumes for a night of devilish debauchery. But… why? Why do kids ‘trick-or-treat’? But why do we carve pumpkins? Why do apparently rational adults choose to dress up as sexy crayons?

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The Most Remarkable Attractions in New York City

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Climbed the Empire State Building? Gawped at the Brooklyn Bridge? Made friends with Lady Liberty? Even if you think you’ve seen it all, it should come as no surprise that there’s still plenty to see and do in the world’s greatest city.

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Sevenoaks Asylum: a History of Misery

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The history of Sevenoaks Asylum is long and sordid, besmirched by several high profile scandals and inexplicable tragedies. What started as an attempt to cure society’s ills soon descended into a festival of brutality and sadism, with zero successful rehabilitations recorded.

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