Having been a fan of hostels since my first 3-month backpacking trip around the USA in the mid-90’s, during the last 20 years or so I’ve been witness to some wonderful developments in the world of affordable accommodation. Gone are the days….
Let’s face it, Longyearbyen -the largest settlement and the administrative centre of Svalbard, Norway – is a small place in an isolated part of the world….
With UK holidaymakers spending an average of £1,300 on their summer holiday, finding a bargain can be a challenge. Whether you’re on a tight budget….
When it comes to travel breaks, Europe is hugely diverse – in every corner lurks a culture to discover, a picturesque landscape to explore or a beautiful historical building to unearth. When it comes to deciding where to head to….
Rugged, remote, sparsely populated and an under-the-radar alternative to the well trodden East, Western Australia has a strong – but laid back – identity….
The clocks have gone back so it’s the perfect opportunity to take your cue from the whole ‘fall back’ idea and spend a blissful extra 60 minutes in bed…
Located barely a 30-minute train ride direct from Schiphol airport, but for a more relaxed, and dare I say authentic, slice of Dutch life this town….
One of the joys of travelling is sharing your stories, tips, photos and….yep also inducing a little travel envy in others too. Well now it’s never been easier….
Skiing has long been seen as a pastime for those among us on a healthy income, images of 1980’s society types in Aran jumpers sipping Napoleon brandy by a roaring log fire spring to mind…
From mountains, to glens, to highland cows; from lochs, to rivers, to Nessie – The Highlands of Scotland are steeped in culture, architecture and history and boast….