If you’re paying a mortgage, budgeting for travel is always a bit of a tricky task. Although it doesn’t have to be that way – if you’re clever enough, you can still go on that overseas trip without having worry too much about how to pay the bills at home as well. Here’s our tips and secrets to how we balance our home and travelling life…Posted on: January 13th in Travel by Becky 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.
Imagine you are in a foreign country where you hardly know anyone. Perhaps, you are on your dream vacation and have saved boatloads of money for this much-awaited trip. But, god forbid, your ATM card gets stuck in a money-vending machine….Posted on: January 9th in Travel 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.
If you’re anything like us, you’ll probably be leaving your New Year’s Eve plans to the last minute. If so and you can’t decide which UK city to spend it in, then Hotel Direct have created a handy and fun guide to help you make those decisions….Posted on: December 30th in Travel by Becky Padmore.
Europe offers some of the best skiing in the world and South Tyrol, a resort nestled in the beautiful Italian Domolite mountains, also offers truly breathtaking scenery and of course the most important thing – a plentiful supply of the white stuff….Posted on: December 30th in Travel by Becky Padmore.
If the Christmas festivities have taken their toll you maybe thinking of getting healthy again for your New Year’s resolution. To help you on your way, here are six remotely located unique spa retreats…Posted on: December 29th in Travel by Becky Padmore.
The chill of winter swept across my face and my fingers tingled from the cold. But after one sip of my steaming mug of gluhwein, I began to feel the festive warmth inside. I was in Linz, Austria, stood in its endearing Volksgarten Christkindlemarkt – one of three Christmas markets in the city…Posted on: December 22nd in Travel 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.