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New South Wales... Sydney is just the beginning

New South Wales Clemmie
21 November, 2012 by Clemmie

It is amazing to think that despite having Sydney as its capital, New South Wales is still overlooked by travellers heading Down Under. More often than not, visitors get flights to Sydney, see the sights and then head to Uluru in the Northern Territory or the Great Barrier Reef in ...

Fly to Australia to Cuddle the Cutest Creatures

Koala featured Ree Saunders
19 November, 2012 by Ree Saunders

Everybody loves hanging out with cute animals! They make up a ridiculous proportion of popular internet content, but how much more satisfying to get up close to them and maybe even get to hold them. There's a whole wide world full of cuddly creatures yearning to be admired out there ...

Top Five Once in a Lifetime Holiday Experiences

Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb, Australia Nicola Chapman
13 November, 2012 by Nicola Chapman

Everyone has a list of amazing things they'd like to do...  So here is our top five once in a lifetime holiday experiences. What's on your list?   [caption id="attachment_1884" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="Take a helicopter ride over the eerie island of Montserrat, devastated by volcanic eruptions in 1995."][/caption] 1)    Antigua – Fly  in ...

Sightseeing in St Petersburg

Russia Clemmie
5 November, 2012 by Clemmie

St Petersburg may seem like an unusual holiday destination but it is rapidly becoming more and more popular. Formally known as Leningrad, this vast city still shows the scars of wars gone by. So why has it become such a popular destination? The city has a lot to offer culturally and ...

Strictly go dancing on holiday in South America

Samba Clemmie
19 October, 2012 by Clemmie

Are you an avid Strictly fan? Addicted to sequins, lycra and spray tans?! Well if you’ve been inspired by the likes of Fern Britton or Denise Van Outen and want to learn to shimmy, shake and twirl your way around the dance floor, why not take a holiday to the home ...

Fly to Thailand for Elephant Football's Premier League

Featured1 Mike Potter
16 October, 2012 by Mike Potter

Reasons to take a trip to Thailand are endless - sandy beaches, bustling cities, superb street food and unique entertainment. However, not as many people have heard of one of Thailand’s favourite sports... elephant football! We’re going to take a look at this fascinating and exceptionally entertaining sport - a ...

Fly to NYC for Celeb Safari: Stalker's Guide

NYC celebs Marisa Thomas
11 October, 2012 by Marisa Thomas

There are few things in the world as exciting as seeing your favourite movie star or celebrity crush off the screen and in the real world and there are few places better to spot your favourite starlets than New York City. As the backdrop to some of the best films ...

Fly to New York in 20mins: Transatlantic Travel 1920-2020

DTM SuperSonic plane - final Ree Saunders
28 September, 2012 by Ree Saunders

Although we've come a long way from transatlantic flights taking days on end, for many people the idea of spending eight hours squashed in a plane is still pretty daunting. As experimental aircraft now push for speeds up to Mach 20 (15,200mph), manufacturers are seeking ways to design viable supersonic, ...

The best half-term holidays for sun

paddleboarding Clemmie
26 September, 2012 by Clemmie

For most of us, the half-term holiday falls late this year. So if you and the kids are after some much-needed Vitamin D then you can forget about the majority of Europe, where there’s no guarantee the sun will make an appearance. For reliably warm weather and fun-filled family days ...

The Most Spectacular Stage Shows in the World

Cirque Nicola Chapman
20 September, 2012 by Nicola Chapman

Stage performances are one of the oldest forms of entertainment we have and to this day are still widely loved.  From physical theatre and musicals to classic plays and comedies, stage shows have the power to engage an audience like no other. Here we take a look at some of the ...

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