Bangkok is like no other city in the world and I personally believe everyone should visit this city at least once in their lifetime. I’ve had the pleasure of living here teaching English for most of the last decade, using my experience to help you get a ‘real’ feel of the city, here are my Top 10 things to do in Bangkok…Posted on: October 2nd in Asia, Travel by Becky Padmore.
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If there’s one thing the British know how to do – and do well – it’s winter. For the outdoor types, that same cold drizzle and biting wind that makes the cities seem so grey at times can also give the rugged countryside a real dramatic kick – and the cold means that for those who can’t be doing with soggy sandwiches are well catered for as well…Posted on: September 28th in Travel, Travel Top 10s, UK by Becky Padmore.
So you’ve seen all the museums and art galleries, and now the red light district and the coffee shops are starting to grate. If you want to discover a little more from this great city then here are ten of our favourite things to do in Amsterdam, inspired from a recent trip to easily one of the best cities in Europe…Posted on: September 25th in Europe, Our Trips, Travel, Travel Snobs by Becky Padmore.
Open a map and look at the world’s beaches. They wind around every continent and every island on the planet. But when you are looking for a good location for a holiday, a map (or old-fashioned atlas) is not going to be of any help at all. The problem is that sea + shore doesn’t always amount to a happy holiday location…Posted on: September 24th in Asia, Travel by Becky Padmore.
The Big Apple may be one of the ultimate city break destinations – shopping, art, sightseeing and so much more. It is also notoriously expensive (like most major capital cities), so for those wanting to maximise their spending money, here are a few places to stay that definitely won’t break the bank…Posted on: September 21st in Cool Hotels, Travel by Graham Padmore.
There are movies that inspire travel and then there are others that simply tell you to stay the hell home. Whether it’s because you’re going to get chopped up into little pieces or maybe just be forced to hear the most annoying sound in the world, Hollywood has been dealing out these cautionary tales as horrors and comedies for decades…Posted on: September 18th in Travel, Travel Experiences by Pris Blossom.
Traveling with children can be an amazing bonding experience, but it can also be a tremendous challenge. Kids can have limited patience for visiting museums or historical and cultural sites. Many kids are picky eaters and can find foreign food unpalatable. As a parent or guardian, it’s important to take these things into consideration…Posted on: September 11th in Travel by Becky Padmore.
America has numerous different and sometimes very funny sights alongside the road. Here are some of the famous and not-so-well-known America’s roadside attractions…Posted on: September 4th in Travel, Travel Experiences by Becky Padmore.
Don’t bother mourning the end of summer – just look forward to an autumn trip instead. From colourful foliage to spooky festivals here are ten ideas for great fall/autumn breaks around the world…Posted on: August 31st in Beautiful Places, Seasonal Travel, Travel by Becky Padmore.
For many, eating out has become a bit of a dull affair. The standard three courses, no matter how delicious, just don’t get the juices flowing like they used to. Exciting and eclectic eateries are now a prominent feature on the restaurant map…Posted on: August 28th in Europe, Travel, Travel Ideas by Becky Padmore.