I still wonder how I ended up traveling to Oman in the first place. Probably a mix of lust for adventure, attraction for warm destination (I live in Sweden after all) and a dash of last minute-decision. Ah those random choices…Posted on: January 23rd in Beautiful Places, Middle East by Becky Padmore.
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Although its been long been a mecca for adventurous types, for many years South America’s southern frontier remained firmly off the average tourist’s radar. Slowly but surely this is subtly changing – word is starting to get out about just how incredible this place is. An untamed wilderness of vast extremes, it has few equals in the world…Posted on: January 20th in South America by Becky Padmore.
Winter is when the popular Sussex seaside town is arguably at its most atmospheric – especially on dark and stormy days. This is when the summer crowds which pack the wide pebble beach are replaced with crashing waves and howling gales which whip the sea into a foamy frenzy…Posted on: January 13th in Our Trips, UK by Graham Padmore.
When it comes to land area, Manhattan is the smallest of New York City’s five boroughs. But it’s the borough packed with the most attractions and delicious dining options from the Upper West Side down to the Lower East Side….Posted on: January 9th in North America by Graham Padmore.
Half a year ago Brazil was booming, everyone wanted to be there. The mood was on top and the party was never ending (at least until that game against Germany). Yes, I am talking about the world cup but even before the famous sports event, the country is often associated with football. Having spent quite a bit of time there…Posted on: January 6th in Beautiful Places, South America, Travel by Becky Padmore.
With its long stretches of road and endless supply of gorgeous scenery – an Australian road trip is classic bucket list fodder. Thinking about adding it to your list in 2015? Then here’s exactly what you need to think about….Posted on: January 6th in Australia by Becky Padmore.
Singapore is often seen as just a stop-off destination, as a place to kill a few hours between flights. It’s also known as a commercial hub, as the home of a corruption-free government and strict, almost draconian laws, but what about the culture? Is Singapore lacking its own identity?Posted on: December 18th in Asia by Holly Daffurn.
If you think travel is all about summer vacations, then you’ll be missing out. During the winter, many places take on a new unearthly kind of beauty and throw in some exciting winter sports and you’ve got yourself a pretty fine unique vacation….Posted on: December 18th in North America by Becky Padmore.
we spent two full days at the first part of the trip exploring the city, adjusting to both to the city’s altitude and surprisingly slow pace of life. At an elevation of 9,350 feet, Quito is officially the capital city in the world and after landing slightly bewildered…Posted on: December 12th in Our Trips, South America, Travel by Becky Padmore.
Despite increasing popularity with the package-tour masses, there are still pockets of rural and unspoilt tranquility in Turkey. Not a fan of huge high rise hotels? Then try these areas filled with untouched villages, sleepy coves and rugged hinterland instead..Posted on: December 9th in Europe, Travel Snobs by Graham Padmore.