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clueQuest review and giveway – London’s new challenging attraction

Move over Harry Potter world, the UK – and London in particular – is quickly becoming a place full of ‘challenge experience’ addicts. In just over a year there’s been a tidal wave of scenario type attractions cropping up all over the place….

Posted on: May 17th in UK by .

12 amazing things to do in Havana, Cuba

Cuba is one of the most unique and exciting travel destinations on the planet. Known for its beautiful beaches, rolling mountains and of course….its cigars and rum. Havana….

Posted on: May 13th in Caribbean by .

Infographic: room occupancy trends in 2016

Thinking of booking your next break but not sure where to head to and when or maybe you’re just interested in travel industry trends? If so, you might be interested…

Posted on: May 13th in Travel by .

Competition: win an Arcido bag for smarter carry-on travel!

With more and more airlines charging passengers to check in their bags, it’s not surprising so many of us are choosing to travel with only our hand luggage. Enter the Arcido Bag, which is designed….

Posted on: May 10th in Travel by .

Pearlshare App review – the place to build and share local travel guides

There’s never been a better time to launch a travel app – travellers rarely leave home without their smartphones and according to new research, over half of all consumers use their mobiles….

Posted on: May 10th in Travel by .

10 of the most beautiful places to visit in South Africa

I first visited South Africa in 2007. At 17 I had left my friends and family behind to live and study in Cape Town for a year. In a matter of days I was in love – with the people, the culture and the natural beauty….

Posted on: May 3rd in Africa, Beautiful Places by .

In BIG pictures: the magic of China

China the endlessly fascinating exotic travel destination that seemingly everyone wants to explore at least once in their lifetime. Arguably now most famous for its rapid and dizzying modernisation and in spite of overwhelmingly growth and change….

Posted on: April 26th in Asia by .

The Smile of the Sun – from the snow of Greenland to the sunshine of the Canaries.

The moving 24 minute film tells the tale of eleven Greenlandic Inuit from Kunusuk who leave the isolation of their icy home for nine days of sunshine in the Canary Islands. It was made as part of a project by….

Posted on: April 26th in Travel by .

WhiteStuff packing competition – win a £100 clothing voucher!

If you’re anything like us then deciding what to pack or what to leave behind is one of the trickiest parts of getting ready for a trip! Those pesky airline and baggage restrictions can be quite a challenge at the best of times….

Posted on: April 21st in Travel by .

Discovering Ras Al Khaimah, UAE

Not many people have heard of Ras Al Khaimah, so I jumped at the chance of uncovering somewhere a little under-the-radar. One of the seven emirates, Ras Al Khaimah (RAK) is the northern most state of the UAE….

Posted on: April 21st in Middle East by .
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