Previously I had only visited Athens back in the summer of 2001 when I had visited to see England play in a world cup qualifier but actually hadn’t had the chance to explore so it was great to return as a guest of Discover Greece and really see what the Greek capital had to offer….Posted on: March 4th in Europe by Scott Balaam.
Travelling throughout Canada is a truly wonderful experience – experiencing the change in scenery, landscape and sometimes even climates makes the Great White North one of the most diverse countries to see. As you make your way through…..Posted on: March 4th in Travel by Al Hall.
Stepping aside from mostly from the mainstream (but with a couple of old favourites thrown in for good measure) here are a few secretly fabulous European destinations that you’d be foolish not to add to your 2016 travel list….Posted on: March 1st in Europe by Al Hall.
If you want your trip to be an adventure – but one that’s not too adventurous to the point that you might get lost either in trouble or in some strange foreign land, as you pack your bags, why not make sure your smartphone’s loaded….Posted on: February 25th in Travel by Becky Padmore.
In the mood for a real adventure? If so, you’re going to love the routes Turkish Airlines, the fourth largest carrier in the world (by number of destinations offered), have just announced. To celebrate the eagerly anticipated 2016 movie…Posted on: February 25th in Travel by Becky Padmore.
We’ve probably mentioned this more than a couple of times on this blog but the Scottish Highlands would most definitely find a place on our list of one of the most underrated travel destinations in the world. Its landscapes….Posted on: February 22nd in Travel by Becky Padmore.
Many people around the world can speak a second language and it is certainly a useful skill that can help you get ahead, whether you are an avid traveller or fancy working abroad. For many students, old or young, learning a language while sat in a classroom can be a tricky feat….Posted on: February 22nd in Travel by Al Hall.
More of a state of mind than a place, the Indonesian island conjures instant thoughts of a tropical paradise with a soft spiritual soul and a healthy dose of mysticism thrown in for good measure. It tops many a traveller’s bucket list….Posted on: February 19th in Asia, Travel Snobs by Al Hall.
Travellers looking for a holiday on the Yucatan peninsula may only associate this beautiful part of Mexico with the craziness of Cancun and the all-inclusive resorts of Playa Del Carmen but take it from me it’s definitely possible to relax…Posted on: February 16th in North America by Becky Padmore.
With the Lake District, Peak District, Yorkshire Dales and The Fylde Coast in the North to the Cotswolds, Isle of Wight, Norfolk and Stratford Upon Avon in the South. The United Kingdom has some of the most historic and picturesque locations in the world, yet we often forget about all this beauty….Posted on: February 16th in Travel by Al Hall.