Sick of the usual Christmas re-runs and tepid turkey hangover? Here is a list of our collective favourite angelic advent destinations that we promise will put the magic back in to Yuletide for even the most stubborn of Christmas Grinches, all you have to do now is find that last minute deal and book…Posted on: December 17th in Europe by Beth Pinches.
There’s just something about Montreal that makes it quite unlike any other city in Canada. The something isn’t limited to the sights, sounds and smells of the city, you just seem to feel it wherever you go. Here’s FlightHub’s ultimate guide to exploring all the best that Montreal has to offer….Posted on: December 17th in Travel by Becky Padmore.
Taking a holiday is important for many of us, as is the ability to switch off when we’re there, which in this digital age is easier said than done! An interesting study by American Express® Preferred Rewards Gold Card found that almost half of us….Posted on: December 14th in Top 10s by Becky Padmore.
Think business travellers can’t be categorised? Think again! From the enthusiastic newbie to the gadget fiend, take the fun IHG® Business Advantage business traveller quiz to find out which one you are…Posted on: December 14th in Travel by Becky Padmore.
Thailand is packed full with exotic locations, some of which are so incredibly beautiful you’d be foolish to miss them when you travel there. The jungle-shrouded mountains, aqua bays and limestone rocks of the Phang-Nga province is one such place….Posted on: December 11th in Travel by Becky Padmore.
Launch of “The Smile of the Sun” documentary – from the extreme cold of Greenland to the Canary Islands
A couple of weeks ago we were contacted by the Canary Tourist Board about a documentary they had made named “La sonrisa del sol” (or the English title “The smile of the sun”). The documentary is a beautifully made….Posted on: December 11th in Europe by Becky Padmore.
Vietnam was never a priority country to visit for us. I was more excited to see the beaches of Thailand and Angkor Wat in Cambodia. We didn’t really know much about Vietnam apart from text book wars and Pho restaurants down my street. However, Vietnam…Posted on: December 8th in Asia, Travel by Becky Padmore.
Unless you were fortunate enough to grow up on either coast of Canada, many Canadians never get the opportunity to learn how to surf while at home. Instead, Canadians would rather swap out water sports for snowboarding and ski lessons, preferring their H2O…Posted on: December 8th in Travel by Becky Padmore.
For many years Thailand has been a popular destination for gap year travels and voyages of self discovery. Drawn by stunning scenery, wild full moon parties or spiritual enlightenment, millions of people make the journey to South East Asia….Posted on: December 3rd in Asia by Beth Pinches.
It’s always hard to buy interesting presents for the intrepid traveller, with weight, style and practicality all needing consideration. To save you some stress and last minute panic buying we thought we’d give you a leg up with these 20 fantastic cool and unique travel friendly gift ideas…Posted on: November 30th in Product Reviews by Beth Pinches.