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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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One of our favourite secluded spots in the world is Cathedral Cove on the Coromandel Peninsula in New Zealand - gor… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
 

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Top 5 adventures in Abu Dhabi

Enjoy a selection of amazing adventures in Abu Dhabi Nicola Chapman
13 June, 2014 by Nicola Chapman

From driving excursions in the sandy wilderness to the world’s largest indoor theme park on Yas Island, Abu Dhabi has a plentiful array of adrenaline-fuelled adventures. You’ll be spoilt for choice with fast and furious thrills and spills:   Formula 1 Grand Prix The Abu Dhabi Formula 1 Grand Prix (21, 22 & ...

5 local customs to remember in Thailand

Have a holiday in Thailand - the land of smiles Kathy McLeman
3 June, 2014 by Kathy McLeman

It’s important, when visiting another country, to understand its customs and show respect for the local people. It will avoid offending the locals by mistake and will add street cred and make you feel good –a real win-win situation. 1)     How to exchange greetings In Thailand, people greet each other with a ...

12 top tips for experiencing New York City like a local

Don't feel lost in New York, visit and feel like a local Nicola Chapman
2 June, 2014 by Nicola Chapman

How to avoid FoMo It’s fair to say that most visitors to the Big Apple experience a certain degree of FoMo (Fear of Missing Out). The exciting city is home to many of the world’s most-visited tourist attractions – The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Grand Central Terminal and Central Park – ...

Visit the glamorous city state of Monaco in 2014

A stunning city by night, Monte Carlo is full of glamour Nicola Chapman
19 May, 2014 by Nicola Chapman

With the film ‘Grace of Monaco’, a fairytale story of Hollywood and Royalty, launching at the Cannes Film Festival this month, and the Monaco Grand Prix just around the corner, the spotlight is shining brightly on the jet set Principality this summer.   Feel compelled to visit this spectacular stretch of the ...

Top things to do in Barbados

Vibrant and exciting, you'll love a holiday in Barbados Nicola Chapman
13 May, 2014 by Nicola Chapman

Enjoy the real life of Barbados in Bridgetown The colourful capital city of Bridgetown is a UNESCO World Heritage site with impressive British colonial architecture.  Take time to stop by Queen's Park with its gigantic 175-year-old Baobab Tree and visit the George Washington House, where the first president stayed in 1751. ...

Top places to go in Bali

beautiful temples and buildings decorate the horizons of Bali Nicola Chapman
6 May, 2014 by Nicola Chapman

Bali is a magical place and the most famous island in Indonesia.  Experience the exciting bustle of Bali’s capital Denpasar, hike up mist-clad volcanoes, dive in colourful reefs, surf giant waves or just lie back on the beach and enjoy the dazzling sunsets.  This beautiful and fun-filled island has a ...

Amazing rooftop bars around the world

A spectacular view from the Limes bar in Brisbane Kathy McLeman
29 April, 2014 by Kathy McLeman

When on holiday, what better way to enjoy a cocktail than in a fabulous rooftop bar, making the most of sunsets, starry skies and amazing views?   Breeze Bar, Auckland, New Zealand Breeze Bar is one of Auckland’s top rooftop bars in a city that’s famous for them.  Ascend its marble staircase and ...

Top luxury hotel spas

Top luxury hotel spa holidays Nicola Chapman
22 April, 2014 by Nicola Chapman

   CHI, The Spa, Shangri-La hotel: Sydney The treatments at CHI are inspired by traditional Asian healing philosophies based on the belief that ‘chi’, the life force responsible for well-being and vitality, must flow freely through the body to ensure good health. An exquisite and serene space, CHI also features Australian healing ...

Best places to celebrate Independence Day in the USA

Nicola Chapman
15 April, 2014 by Nicola Chapman

Philadelphia Where better to celebrate America’s independence than in the city of the nation’s birth – Philadelphia?  The old stomping ground of the Founding Fathers, this history-rich city lays claim to being the place where the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were both drafted.  With a superb week-long celebration, the ...

Fun & sun-filled festivals around the world

Party in the sunshine with an outdoor festival this year Nicola Chapman
7 April, 2014 by Nicola Chapman

Forget wading through muddy fields in your wellies as heavy rain soaks your spirits, pack your swimwear and sunglasses instead for some guaranteed fun in the sun. Coachella Music and Arts Festival: California Boasting the biggest names in music and attracting an impressive host of Hollywood celebrities, Coachella’s star-studded concerts – infused ...

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