Australia is home to the most interesting and strangest wildlife in the world, with a huge variety of creatures ranging from marsupials to reptiles. Residents and travellers expect to see kangaroos jumping…Posted on: June 2nd in Australia, Travel, Travel Experiences by Becky Padmore.
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Ah, the love of travel. I have met few people who don’t enjoy a week resting on a warm, sunny beach or pounding the pavement of a new cultural jungle. Those who say they don’t enjoy travelling, well, I don’t trust them…Posted on: June 2nd in Travel, Travel Experiences by Becky Padmore.
Afternoon Tea especially afternoon tea in London is a great British institution, not something you do all the time but lovely for a treat now and again. The Ritz in London is far and away the most famous place in the UK to take tea, and as good as it is, it is by no means the best – and you often have to book 2 months in advance!Posted on: February 6th in Europe, Travel, Travel Experiences, Travel Snobs, Travel Top 10s, UK by Lee Hubbard.
Being on the road and travelling during the festive season can provide some exciting new adventures. After celebrating Christmas away from home on two different occasions, Scott decided to document his very different experiences – one happy, and one not so… Christmas is about spending time with your friends and family, but when you travel that all changes. I have experienced two festive seasons miles away from my loved ones, both very different experiences.Posted on: December 27th in Seasonal Travel, Travel, Travel Experiences by Scott Balaam.
The secretive, isolated country of North Korea has had a turbulent past, to say the least. Its highly protective Communist rule means that any non-natives wanting their own North Korea travel experience will only be allowed in under escort, and are carefully watched. Our writer, James, took a guided tour of North Korea in September 2010, and here tells all…Posted on: December 12th in Asia, Travel, Travel Experiences by James Taylor.
As a life-long solo traveller, this summer I was lucky enough to have the chance to travel with a small group of friends for the first time. (and not just any trip, but the classic American road trip). Yes, I’d been on the odd stag-do holiday with a group, and travelled with one or two people for a few days or longer during my backpacking years…Posted on: October 10th in North America, Travel, Travel Advice, Travel Experiences by Lee Hubbard.
Paris is one of the world’s most visited cities and when here it’s easy to see why. A beautiful and elegant city filled to the brim with famous architecture, fashion stores, museums and art galleries. An easy day trip by Eurostar (from London or many other European cities) or by other train routes from many cities in Europe, it is possible to see Paris in a day.Posted on: September 12th in Destinations, Europe, Travel, Travel Experiences by Becky Padmore.
The remote and popular travel destination New Zealand is known for it’s beautiful scenery and also it’s fondness for extreme sports. Although a sparsely populated with an exceptionally relaxing atmosphere there is still plenty to do for it’s many visitors and independent travellers, adrenaline junkies and photography enthusiasts would especially enjoy a trip here…Posted on: September 5th in Travel, Travel Experiences, Travel Ideas, Travel Top 10s by Scott Balaam.
It was supposed to be a short six day break in my favourite city but turned into a twelve day holiday. You probably would have heard about Iceland’s temperamental volcano deciding to spew ash into the flight space above Europe from April onwards this year-ruining many a traveller’s holiday…Posted on: June 6th in Travel, Travel Experiences by Scott Balaam.