The historical Irish capital city of Dublin is home to some of Europe’s most well known tourist sites, hotels and restaurants. Originally a Viking settlement, the city still maintains some of its medieval charm surrounded by new age buildings which, are headquarters for some of the world’s most well known brands like, Google….Posted on: December 5th in Travel by Emma Clair Kelly.
On the 8th November, Royal Brunei and Sabah Tourism flew us from London to Sabah, Borneo for the iAmassador #LoveSabah trip. A place known for its cute orang utans, swathes of dense rainforest and its incredible beauty it seems to enchant everyone that’s lucky enough to visit….Posted on: December 2nd in Asia, Our Trips by Becky Padmore.
I first heard about the Silfra Rift two years ago in a book called “Make The Most of Your Time On Earth”. It was an eye-catching name for a book and the inside lived up to expectations – it contained 1000 adventurous experiences to inspire the armchair traveller and one that reflects the attitude I aspire to live my life by….Posted on: December 2nd in Europe by Lee Hubbard.
When one thinks of Tenerife, one thinks of the strip, package holidays, budget hotels and plastic loungers but don’t be fooled, Tenerife has so much more to offer. For self-confessed travel snobs everywhere, here is our pick of the top unspoilt places in Tenerife….Posted on: November 28th in Europe, Travel Snobs by Emma Clair Kelly.
London City Airport’s #NoFilter project has been championing original travel photography by asking travellers to share their favourite unedited images of Switzerland. With photo filters banned, the images capture the true essence of the country….Posted on: November 28th in Travel by Becky Padmore.
America has Hollywood, India has Bollywood, and Nigeria has Nollywood. The Hong Kong film industry is also a major player on the world stage, so surely it deserves it’s own “…wood” moniker too (HollyKood?, or HKollywood perhaps, with a silent H?). As a kid I used to watch the martial arts classics of Bruce Lee….Posted on: November 25th in Asia by Lee Hubbard.
I’m not always sure when that moment is exactly; you know, the one when you and your travel buddy decide it’s time to dust off the passport. The newfound enthusiasm that will see you order the chicken over the fish, often comes after a night of sharing old travel stories over a bottle of good wine….Posted on: November 25th in Travel by Becky Padmore.
The anticipation of an upcoming spa break is almost as medicinal as the break itself. It is the ultimate in me-time and is touted the world over as an opportunity to step out of the rat race and get away from it all…Posted on: November 21st in Travel by Emma Clair Kelly.
Like many other fresh faced backpackers, South East Asia is where I first fell in love with travel but there was one place I didn’t make it to that I’ve always longed to go back. Sabah, is one of two Malaysian states on the island of Borneo which is renowned for its incredible beauty – Lonely Planet even calls it ‘one of the most physically stunning places on Earth’…Posted on: November 6th in Asia, Travel by Becky Padmore.