There is something ephemeral about walking the streets of Paris, knowing that at some point in the past Hemingway, Joyce and Scott Fitzgerald too tripped along the same cobbles. Although nothing quite takes the magic of the moment away than having to queue in long lines to catch a tiny glimpse of Mona Lisa or dodging the snaking crowds of Montmarte…Posted on: April 7th in Europe by Emma Clair Kelly.
Let’s face it, booking a trip online hasn’t changed much in the last decade, the process can be a little tedious and dare we say it a little on the boring side. It can also involve quite a lot of hours of research too, from checking the best places to stay…Posted on: April 7th in Travel by Becky Padmore.
Almost on every traveller’s bucket list is seeing the Northern Lights. Famously elusive but truly spectacular, the Aurora Borealis even topped a UK survey of the most sought after travel experience in the world. Seeing the natural phenomenon gained 37% of the vote closely followed….Posted on: April 2nd in Travel by Becky Padmore.
I have to admit Brunei wasn’t always high on my travel list but it’s definitely a place I’ve always been curious about. Residing in South East Asia but differing vastly from its limelight stealing neighbours of Borneo’s Sarawak and Sabah, this tiny Islamic sultanate….Posted on: March 31st in Asia, Our Trips by Becky Padmore.
Borneo, the third-largest island in the world and the largest island of Asia has an abundance of natural wonders, from virgin jungle and intriguing rare wildlife to world class diving and one of the biggest network of caves in the world. From our trip to beautiful Sabah (one of two Malaysian states on the island of Borneo) here’s our favourite beautiful natural spots in Borneo…Posted on: March 27th in Asia, Travel by Becky Padmore.
The landlocked country in east-central Asia is almost its synonymous with remoteness. Bordered by Russia to the north and China to the south, east and west, Mongolia is a rugged, adventurous travel destination steeped in tradition, shrouded with mystery and populated with hardy nomads….Posted on: March 24th in Asia by Lee Hubbard.
Mahatma Gandhi said, “India’s soul lives in its villages.” There are more than 6 lakh villages in India, and each of them has something to say about what India is all about….Posted on: March 20th in Asia, Beautiful Places by Becky Padmore.
We’re always on the look out for trendy travel products, especially if mixes practicality and a great design. So when we were offered to try out a ‘Buff’ we jumped at the chance. For those new to the concept, a Buff is versatile headwear accessory…Posted on: March 17th in Travel by Becky Padmore.
In the clear light of day, I was overwhelmed by the stunning natural beauty in which, the resort was situated. The sparkling snow, delicately frosted pine trees and clear blue sky made me think that I had just stepped from reality into an animated movie….Posted on: March 13th in Europe by Emma Clair Kelly.
Although Eastern Europe once seemed remote, secretive and a little bit edgy, it now finds itself planted firmly on the tourist map, with visitors flocking to some of the region’s most popular cities. Destinations such as Prague, Budapest and Dubrovnik….Posted on: March 6th in Europe, Travel Top 10s by Becky Padmore.