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Sampling the Street Food of Hong Kong

Steven Gyford
18 November, 2015 by Steven Gyford

When exploring a new city, there's not always the time (or indeed the desire) to stop off for a meal at a restaurant and it is then that we turn to the local street food. With enticing aromas wafting down the city streets and jealousy running through our veins as ...

Historical Hong Kong

Steven Gyford
17 November, 2015 by Steven Gyford

Hong Kong is a place steeped in history, drawing from its incorporation into the Chinese Empire, the British Empire and even the Japanese occupation in the 1940s. As such, the island has been left with traditions, buildings and memorials that reflect all of these influences. The majority of what remains ...

Discover the Real Hong Kong

Steven Gyford
16 November, 2015 by Steven Gyford

Hong Kong is well-renowned for its sparkling cityscape, fascinating festivals and superlative shopping, three things that have made it very attractive as a stopover destination for an abrupt break. However, delve a little deeper and head to the older parts of town and you'll be amazed by the tradition and ...

I used Airbnb and found a Banksy

Dave Balow
10 November, 2015 by Dave Balow

Would you use Airbnb?It's a question we often ask ourselves when considering our accommodation options before we go away. Yes, it may be a cheaper option than many hotels, but you are sacrificing peace of mind for a cheaper option.DialAFlight MD Peter Stephens tried out the internet phenomenon for himself ...

Why Everyone's Choosing Costa Rica

Steven Gyford
3 November, 2015 by Steven Gyford

Costa Rica is quickly becoming the destination of 2016, with its popularity through the roof and an increase in supply of direct flights to meet increasing demand being announced this week by British Airways and Thomson Airways. So what's all the fuss about? Surely this enthusiasm isn't a late reaction ...

Non-Stop to Costa Rica

Steven Gyford
2 November, 2015 by Steven Gyford

On 27 April 2016, British Airways will officially launch their new non-stop service to Costa Rica. The service will depart twice per week from London Gatwick and will then increase to three times per week in the winter months. British Airways will use their Boeing 777 fleet for the route, ...

Award-Winning Destinations

Steven Gyford
23 October, 2015 by Steven Gyford

When we research where we want to go for our next holiday, most of us will look at reviews, forums and write-ups about our perspective destinations. Whilst the experiences of others is a good way to gauge how much we'll enjoy a certain holiday, a sure-fire way to know it's ...

The Rhythm of Grenada

Steven Gyford
22 October, 2015 by Steven Gyford

Grenada is an island that is very easy on the senses. The stunning coastal views, the taste and aroma of traditional Grenadian cuisine and the heavenly, silky-soft feel of the golden beaches. All of which ensure that Grenada long remains in the memory. For April 2016, we shall be adding ...

Festive Fun with Christmas Markets

Steven Gyford
20 October, 2015 by Steven Gyford

The festive season is fast approaching and with shops already stocking the shelves with gift ideas and novelty presents, there's little time left to make plans for the Christmas period. An ever-popular idea (and with good reason) is to head into Europe for a long weekend of stunning snowy scenery ...

Last Chance For Some Half Term Sun

Steven Gyford
16 October, 2015 by Steven Gyford

Still not decided where to go for your half-term holiday, but fancy some fun in the sun with the family? Never fear, you haven't left it too late just yet. So for the indecisive of you, we have compiled a short list of some plausible holidays, which still have availability. ...

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