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Happy Sunday! Here's wishing you all a restful end to the weekend :) Here's Anse Chastanet in St Lucia to set the m… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
 
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Time for a feel-good Friday #DailyEscape! This stunning view of Kauai, Hawaii should get you ready for the weekend! pic.twitter.com/FiwCRVTU5p
 

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On a budget? Better not book with a budget airline

Airline Clemmie
9 May, 2012 by Clemmie

Anyone who works in travel knows that budget airlines are often more expensive than regular airlines. But because of clever marketing the travelling public are often blissfully unaware of this. With all the extra charges it’s difficult to make an exact comparison. However website idealo.co.uk has done just this in a ...

Our top 5 honeymoon ideas

Turtles in the Seychelles Clemmie
2 May, 2012 by Clemmie

You’re getting hitched, the big day is fast approaching, and you’re running out of time to book your honeymoon. Don’t panic. Here are our top 5 romantic breaks and adventures to get your travel juices flowing... [caption id="attachment_485" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Santa Monica"][/caption] Hit the road, USA style Nothing beats a road trip for ...

10 Mediterranean Beaches to Plan a Holiday Around

Beach Reading Kathy McLeman
27 April, 2012 by Kathy McLeman

Ah, the Mediterranean – byword for warm, blue seas, golden beaches and relaxing cheap holidays chock-full of sun, red wine and olives. Mediterranean holidays can take in a host of countries, such as Spain, Italy, Corsica and Greece, but what are the best beach spots to head to? We take ...

French caught faking beach pictures

Telegraph Clemmie
26 April, 2012 by Clemmie

The French tourist board has been caught using fake pictures to lure tourists to their beaches for the second time. Earlier in the year an advertising campaign trying to attract visitors to France during the Olympics used a photograph of a beach in Cape Town pretending it was northern France. [caption id="attachment_460" ...

Right as Rain: Wonderfully Wet Travel Photos

rain2 Marisa Thomas
23 April, 2012 by Marisa Thomas

When we think of holidays most of think of blue skies and blazing sunshine as being an essential part of the experience... however for photographers of all abilities, the appearance of those dark, looming clouds signals an opportunity to create some dramatic and beautiful travel pictures! This post is all ...

Most Passionate Fans in Football: World Travel Guide

fb1 Ree Saunders
18 April, 2012 by Ree Saunders

Bill Shankly, Liverpool’s legendary manager, once famously stated, “some people think football is a matter of life and death. I assure you, it's much more serious than that”. Well, for the fans of these great football clubs, Shankly’s words couldn’t be more apt. Let’s take a look at the most ...

Our top 5 Malaysia must-sees

Orangutans Clemmie
12 April, 2012 by Clemmie

Malaysia is packed full of richly cultural cities, ancient temples, fascinating history and lush rainforest lined by picture-perfect islands dusted with soft white sand. Sound like bliss? These are our top 5 Malaysia must-sees... [caption id="attachment_313" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Penang taxi bike"][/caption] Penang’s night markets are a heady mix of bustling crowds, glaring ...

What’s in a cocktail?

Caribbean Cocktail Clemmie
27 March, 2012 by Clemmie

A country may be represented by its national flag, sports team or famous dish, but let us not forget one of the most appetising reminders of places abroad, the fun and fabulous cocktail. And, with more recipes around today than you can shake a (cocktail) stick at, it can be ...

Trip Advisor in trouble again over fake reviews

Greasy Spoon Clemmie
22 March, 2012 by Clemmie

Already under fire for publishing fake reviews and allowing hoteliers to manipulate their ratings Trip Advisor has been caught out again in a fake restaurant sting. A reputation management company decided to test Trip Advisor’s screening as the company claims it has highly sophisticated fraud-detection systems. They managed to propel ...

Not selected for the Olympics? Join the alternative Games

The alternative Olympics Clemmie
20 March, 2012 by Clemmie

If you thought the Olympic Games started in Greece, think again.  Its roots can be traced to an unassuming village in Shropshire called Much Wenlock. The Much Wenlock Olympian Games were the brainchild of Dr William Penny Brookes back in 1850 and they became the inspiration for the first modern Games ...

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