China the endlessly fascinating exotic travel destination that seemingly everyone wants to explore at least once in their lifetime. Arguably now most famous for its rapid and dizzying modernisation and in spite of overwhelmingly growth and change….Posted on: April 26th in Asia by Lee Hubbard.
The moving 24 minute film tells the tale of eleven Greenlandic Inuit from Kunusuk who leave the isolation of their icy home for nine days of sunshine in the Canary Islands. It was made as part of a project by….Posted on: April 26th in Travel by Beth Pinches.
If you’re anything like us then deciding what to pack or what to leave behind is one of the trickiest parts of getting ready for a trip! Those pesky airline and baggage restrictions can be quite a challenge at the best of times….Posted on: April 21st in Travel by Becky Padmore.
Not many people have heard of Ras Al Khaimah, so I jumped at the chance of uncovering somewhere a little under-the-radar. One of the seven emirates, Ras Al Khaimah (RAK) is the northern most state of the UAE….Posted on: April 21st in Middle East by Becky Padmore.
Many refer to Goa as a tropical paradise and when you’re here enjoying the warm temperatures, clear turquoise water, and palm trees you’ll also probably agree. If you are tired of just hanging around sunbathing…..Posted on: April 18th in Asia by Beth Pinches.
Italy is a country that lives up to its reputation, meaning you are never far from something beautiful – a relic, a ruin, a romance. However the principal cities do suffer from an over saturation of tourists during peak season….Posted on: April 15th in Europe, Travel Snobs by Beth Pinches.
It’s not very often that a new travel accessory comes along that claims to be a game changer, but Jurni the brand new carry on case aimed at young (and young at heart!) travellers could definitely fall into this category. Not only does it look good (in a bold, slightly futuristic way…Posted on: April 15th in Travel by Becky Padmore.
We’ve just returned from a three day driving trip along the Causeway and the Glens, Northern Ireland. It’s easily the most iconic scenic stretch in Northern Ireland which encompasses the world famous Giants Causeway and several filming locations for the hit TV series Game of Thrones….Posted on: April 12th in Europe, Our Trips, Travel by Becky Padmore.
On the 16th March travel writer Lorraine Karabin flew out to the Ras Al Khaimah, one of the seven emirates that make up the UAE on the #DiscoverRAK on our behalf….Posted on: April 7th in Middle East by Becky Padmore.
Denmark’s cool capital has come a long way since it’s humble beginnings as a fishing village in the 10th century. Now it is considered by many as the gem of Scandinavia, wowing visitors with its clean design and simple architectural lines as well….Posted on: April 1st in Cool Hotels, Travel by Beth Pinches.