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A great adventure camping holiday

July 30, 2014 | Travel Guides, Travel News | Permalink

The summer school term holidays can be long and difficult for parents and children alike and as those of us who have children, taking them away to Europe for a beach holiday can be a   very expensive exercise. Naturally we all want to do our very best for our kids, but what they like is […]

The Jungle Beach Resort Sri Lanka

July 21, 2014 | Travel Guides, Worldwide Travel | Permalink

Sri Lanka ids a beautiful island full of contrast and now that the problem of a previous time when there were incidents in some parts of the island left long behind them, Sri Lanka is a great destination for the British holidaymaker. The place which we are looking at today is just twenty seven kilometres […]

Travel Insurance – full disclosure essential

July 18, 2014 | Travel Guides, Travel Insurance | Permalink

Taking out holiday insurance is a sensible option when travelling abroad on holiday, but when completing the proposal it is essential that you are totally honest. For example, if you fail to disclose any medical condition that may have occurred in the past, no matter how small or seemingly insignificant, you could find yourself without […]

Amsterdam in the summer

July 13, 2014 | City Guides, Travel Guides | Permalink

Amsterdam is a delightful city and is so accessible to us from any part of the United Kingdom. Described by many as the finest city in Europe, Amsterdam is a place that everyone should try to visit at least once in their lifetimes’. Naturally friendly people and a city where just about everyone speaks fluent […]

A money saving travel app for iPhone

July 8, 2014 | Travel Guides | Permalink

We all are aware of the many apps that can be downloaded so that we can play enjoyable, as well as frustrating games on our iPhone, but we have learned of an app that is not only very useful, but one which can potentially save travellers money too. This useful app is from the luggage […]

Going it alone – guide to the singles holiday

May 25, 2014 | Travel Guides | Permalink

The stigma associated with singles holidays is not as prevalent as it once was, as more and more people are prepared to holiday alone or with an organised group of independent travellers. At their inception, singles holidays were just that, a chance for singles to get away and mingle with other like-minded people. Today, however, […]

Cinque Terre – Seeing is believing

May 15, 2014 | City Guides, Travel Guides | Permalink

Cinque Terre (Five Lands), a string of five small ‘pearls’ located on Liguria’s coastline, is ready to delight travellers with superb scenery and interesting architecture. The ‘pearls’ are actually five Italian villages; Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, and Riomaggiore, placed among other wonders on the UNESCO World Heritage list. Climate Located on the west coast of […]

Forget extortionate excess baggage fees with Send My Bag

April 26, 2014 | Travel Guides | Permalink

Baggage fees have been steadily climbing over the past few years mainly because of the rise of budget airlines, and with excess baggage fees so high it can really start to add to the cost of your holiday. Thankfully there is a company that can help you avoid these extortionate fees by collecting your luggage […]

A visit to Copenhagen

April 8, 2014 | City Guides, Travel Guides | Permalink

Combining exciting history, rich culture and intimate ambience with excellent shopping experiences and thrilling nightlife, Copenhagen impresses visitors with unexpected yet pleasant contrasts. Climate Set in a climatic region affected by the Atlantic Ocean, Copenhagen is subject to unstable weather conditions throughout the year. However, high temperatures and moderate rainfall in summer turn the city […]