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Inside the Ferrari Driver Academy: training to win

It was 10am on a Tuesday, and a man I’d only just met had given me his shorts. Luckily, the man in question was the aptly named Andrea Ferrari, and the shorts meant I didn’t have to spend the morning work out in my jeans. I was still recovering from the shock of finding myself in a gym when I was handed a red Ferrari Driver Academy t shirt, and pulling it on, I suddenly felt rather privileged…

Posted on: July 29th in Our Trips, Travel by .

America’s most unusual road side attractions

If you really want to enjoy an overseas holiday and you have the time, then hire a car and travel down some of the iconic highways that criss-cross the USA. Your journey will be enlivened by some of the strangest sights you’ll probably ever see as you drive through this panoramic and diverse country…

Posted on: July 25th in Travel by .

Sliven, Bulgaria: home of the European tree of the year winner 2014

The European Tree of the Year contest is a project of the Czech Environmental Partnership Foundation which stems from the Czech national well-established Tree of the Year contest. It was developed to strengthen the communities..

Posted on: July 25th in Travel by .

Europe’s most beautiful road routes

One of the best ways to see Europe’s most beautiful scenery is by car and road trips are one of our favourite ways of travelling, there’s nothing quite like renting a car and hitting the open road without a care in the world….

Posted on: July 22nd in Europe, Travel by .

City spotlight: San Francisco

Stretching over an area of about 47 square miles, San Francisco is one of the most popular tourist destinations in North America. With some of the most recognizable attractions and stunning architecture, history and natural beauty, San Fran and its surrounding areas attract thousands of visitors each year…

Posted on: July 22nd in Travel by .

Inside the Ferrari Driver Academy: an afternoon in the slow lane

Once-in-a-lifetime opportunities don’t come along all that often (funnily enough), and having been offered the chance to fly to Italy and go behind the scenes at Ferrari, this was one that couldn’t be turned down…

Posted on: July 17th in Our Trips, Travel by .

10 of the most beautiful places to visit in Myanmar

Even before the days of British colonialism and the ‘exotic east’ writings of luminaries like Rudyard Kipling, Somerset Maugham and George Orwell, Myanmar had long been a place of mystery and allure. With its legendary kingdoms, gorgeous landscapes, diverse people and fine examples of architectural and archaeological marvels, how could it not? These days, having re-joined the global community after 50 years of infamy at the hands of a ruling military junta…

Posted on: July 14th in Asia, Beautiful Places, Travel by .

Les Misérables – a London VIP show and tour

I have a confession to make. Even though more than 60 million people worldwide have seen Les Miserables on stage and the recent film has turned it into an extraordinary cultural phenomenon, I still haven’t seen the show, the film or even read the book. It’s not to say I haven’t been curious though…

Posted on: July 4th in Travel, UK by .

Luxury evoJets review: the Carolinas

Though they are separate states with unique identities, both North and South Carolina share some gorgeous attributes for their throngs of yearly visitors. Majestic mountains, lush forests and serene beaches dot the map in both of these classic Mid-Atlantic States. The hospitality of both is also equally legendary…

Posted on: July 1st in Travel by .

Essential tech kit for a travel blogging geek

Savvy travellers would never leave home without their tech essentials, especially if you’re travel blogger. If you’re someone that needs to keep your blogs and social networks up to date at all hours, then these products could become of your essential travelling kit…

Posted on: June 27th in Travel by .
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