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Japan in Full Bloom

Anastasia Miari
2 March, 2015 by Anastasia Miari

If the sight of blooming daffodils and crocuses has you excited about the on-set of spring this month, then you’ll understand Japan’s national adoration of the Sakura Cherry Blossom, now well on its way to full bloom across most of the country. Our wild flowers have nothing on the pink ...

Summer 2015's Best Alternative Festivals

Anastasia Miari
27 February, 2015 by Anastasia Miari

There’s light at the end of the tunnel. Winter’s grip is slowly giving way to spring and we’re well on our way to summer festival season once more. Before booking any tickets (you may well regret bagging Glasto early-birds this year), look to combine this summer’s festival experience – be ...

Coasting Nature Down-Under

Anastasia Miari
25 February, 2015 by Anastasia Miari

Sampling fine wine and soaking up the sun are obvious options where a trip to Australia is concerned but the North East Coast of the land down under has something a little more adventurous to offer.To really make the most of your trip, consider Queensland’s Nature Coast, spanning from Brisbane ...

Shopping Get-Aways for Mother's Day

Anastasia Miari
24 February, 2015 by Anastasia Miari

With Mother’s Day (Sunday 15 March) upon us, we’ve been on the look-out for the ideal breaks to take with mother dearest. Resist the flowers and chocolates cliché and give her something to look forward to this Mother’s Day, a fast-paced city shopping adventure.If shopping with your mum has become ...

Cook Yourself Thai

Anastasia Miari
23 February, 2015 by Anastasia Miari

If the careful and considered flavour combination of ginger, garlic, coriander, chilli and lime is enough to make your mouth water, it’s to Indochina that you must turn your sights to for a culinary break. Focus on food and take advantage of the number of cooking courses and tours popping ...

A Chinese Resolution

Anastasia Miari
19 February, 2015 by Anastasia Miari

Today the celebrations kick off for Chinese New Year. We see no better reason than this to sing the country’s praises. The World’s largest annual migration has begun, with China seeing hundreds of millions return home for the party. If you fancy being a part of this next year and ...

Unsolved Dallas mystery. Who really shot JFK?

Dave Balow
18 February, 2015 by Dave Balow

We all know who shot JR... but how many of us are convinced about who shot JFK. More than half the population of Great Britain switched on their TV's to watch JR Ewing gunned down in the much-hyped 1980 episode of the long running American soap. And we all know that ...

Last minute Valentine's gift to remember?

Treat your loved one to a fabulous short break for Valentine's Nicola Chapman
12 February, 2015 by Nicola Chapman

Yet again that time of year rolls around, giant sized teddy bears in every shop window, over priced red roses outside every florist and plenty of heart shaped chocolates to tempt you away from the New Year’s diet. Perhaps 2015 is the year to be original and to surprise your ...

Top 5 destinations for 2015

Enjoy the abundance of life and colour on a trip to Cuba Nicola Chapman
13 January, 2015 by Nicola Chapman

Need a little inspiration for your holidays this year? We’ve handpicked some of the best destinations to visit in 2015, each with a fresh reason to visit – from favourable exchange rates to new flight routes and hotly-anticipated hotels.   Cuba Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock for the last month, ...

Swap the January blues for sun-drenched shores

Beat those January Blues with a Holiday! Nicola Chapman
6 January, 2015 by Nicola Chapman

It’s official! The best way to beat the January blues is by spoiling yourself with a far-flung escape to warmer (and sunnier) climes. There’s scientific evidence to prove it. It’s well known that exposing your skin to the sun (to accrue valuable vitamin D) enhances your mood and energy levels. This means you’ll ...

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