Skiing has long been seen as a pastime for those among us on a healthy income, images of 1980’s society types in Aran jumpers sipping Napoleon brandy by a roaring log fire spring to mind…Posted on: October 21st in Europe, Top 10s by Beth Pinches.
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Easily one of Asia’s most popular and well loved travel destinations, for many years Thailand has long held a fascination with gap year backpackers, exotic holiday makers and travellers on voyages….Posted on: October 7th in Asia by Becky Padmore.
Kyrgyzstan might just be the most beautiful country in Inner Asia. Sweeping landscape, high mountains, and beautiful wildlife are so commonplace, your eyes will….Posted on: October 4th in Asia by Becky Padmore.
Large, diverse and incredibly beautiful, South Africa offers a huge number of varied landscapes from the picturesque Garden Route towns of the Western Cape to the raw subtropical…Posted on: September 22nd in Africa, Travel Snobs by Becky Padmore.
Ah Palma! The capital of that much loved sunny Balearic island which enjoys an envied setting on one of the Mediterranean’s most spectacular bays. Its perfect size – not too big, not too small – balmy climate and rich heritage means that it’s a spot for those seeking….Posted on: September 16th in Europe, Our Trips by Becky Padmore.
An excellent spot to combine wine, coast and mountains, vastly underrated Northern Spain offers some of the best cuisine and landscapes in the Mediterranean. Remaining firmly under-the-radar…Posted on: September 2nd in Europe, Travel Snobs by Becky Padmore.
Nestled amongst the rolling hills of beautiful Tuscany is the glorious but mysterious Siena. More under-the-radar than Florence – yet still offering a spectacular….Posted on: August 26th in Europe by Becky Padmore.
On the mouth of the Kuantan River, facing out into the South China Sea, lies the under-the-radar Malaysian city of Kuantan just waiting to be discovered by adventurous travellers who prefer to take the road less travelled….Posted on: August 19th in Asia, Travel by Beth Pinches.