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How's this for #mondaymotivation. Today's #dailyescape is Angsana Velavaru, Maldives with £2000 savings youtube.com/watch?v=H8mx_L…
 
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Fat and thin fliers will pay by their pounds

Kathy McLeman
2 April, 2013 by Kathy McLeman

Samoa Air has recently hit the headlines by becoming the first airline to introduce a “pay what you weigh” policy, but the move has sparked debate over whether the policy is fair or not. The new scheme means the price of each passenger’s ticket will now be determined by how ...

Fly to Thailand to celebrate Songkran

Feature Ree Saunders
2 April, 2013 by Ree Saunders

April is one of the most important months in Thailand as it is the time the Thais celebrate Thai New Year. This year the Thai people will be celebrating the year 2556 and while most of us celebrate New Year in January, Thailand celebrates the end of the old Thai year in ...

Doha hosts 4th annual Qatar International Food Festival

Doha Drew Hendricks
1 April, 2013 by Drew Hendricks

The fourth annual Qatar International Food Festival has been declared opened after a host of VIP’s gathered for the inauguration of the gastronomic event last week. The festival, organised by the Qatar Tourism Authority and Qatar Airways, takes place for four days in spring every year. Among the impressive guest ...

Istanbul named best destination in Europe

Feature Ree Saunders
1 April, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Istanbul has been crowned European Best Destination 2013 in an e-tourism event held by the European Consumers Choice. The city came out on top in the European e-tourism event which gives European citizens the opportunity to vote for which city they feel should win the Best European Destination title. This year is ...

Zambia’s first budget airline boosts international arrivals

Zam1 Cheryl Richardson
31 March, 2013 by Cheryl Richardson

The southern African country of Zambia is to launch the region’s very first budget airline, in a bid to take advantage of the booming demand for tourism in the country. Over the last decade, the number of regional and international arrivals in Zambia has increased by 60 per cent, and ...

Finland hotel seeks “professional sleeper” for unique job opportunity

Hel1 Drew Hendricks
30 March, 2013 by Drew Hendricks

A hotel in Helsinki, the capital of Finland, has appealed for a “professional sleeper”, to “work” at the hotel for 35 nights and blog about their experience. The basic hotel, located in the centre of the city, seeks to appeal to those travelling on a budget but looking for something ...

UK deep freeze: 4 stunning beach holiday escapes

Beach girl Ree Saunders
29 March, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Brits are increasingly turning to sunny holidays to cheer themselves up as winter refuses to release its hold on the country, and who can blame them! According to many major travel companies, bookings are significantly up compared with figures for last year, as a summer of rain in 2012 and ...

UK deep freeze: 4 stunning beach holiday escapes

Ree Saunders
29 March, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Brits are increasingly turning to sunny holidays to cheer themselves up as winter refuses to release its hold on the country, and who can blame them! According to many major travel companies, bookings are significantly up compared with figures for last year, as a summer of rain in 2012 and ...

Camera lost in Hawaii in 2007 washes ashore in Taiwan

Waterproof camera Ree Saunders
28 March, 2013 by Ree Saunders

A camera lost on a Hawaiian holiday in 2007 has been found washed ashore in Taiwan - surviving the underwater journey of 5,200 miles with memory card still intact. The waterproof Canon camera, lost by Lindsay Crumbley Scallan from Georigia while on holiday in Hawaii in 2007, was found intact ...

Fly to New York for hip hop history tour

Jay Shells signs2 Nicola Chapman
28 March, 2013 by Nicola Chapman

Artist and hip hop fan Jay Shells has created an unofficial 'hip hop walking tour' around the streets of New York, installing signs with famous hip hop lyrics on the streets that inspired them. "It’s an homage to New York hip hop," explained the artist. "New York City is the ...

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