Culture, posted on 17/05/2013 by Peyton Squires
CULTURE: A recent survey carried out by TripAdvisor has revealed that almost two thirds of British holiday makers will go out of their way to avoid alcohol-free areas.
After the opening of an alcohol-free hotel in the popular Red Sea resort of Hurghada last month, a poll ...More
Economy, posted on 10/05/2013 by The editorial team
It appears that British holidaymakers are spending thousands on accessing their own cash while holidaying abroad, with the average charge for a single ATM use being an extortionate £6 according to reports from Norwich & Peterborough Building Society.
Of the top 10 tourist destinations (according to the data collected by Norwich & Peterborough Building ...More
Nature, posted on 14/05/2013 by Peyton Squires
NATURE: After 50 years of rubbish an Essex landfill has been ingeniously transformed into a nature reserve.
One of Europe's largest landfill sites has turned back to its natural roots after being restored to a ...More
Transport, posted on 17/05/2013 by The editorial team
American Airlines is now allowing priority boarding for passengers who are only carrying a single piece of hand-luggage (not including bags with wheels), small enough to fit under the seat.
The recent changes to procedures will also see travellers being able to check a carry-on bag in at the ...More
Security, posted on 18/01/2013 by RH
The luxury cruise line, Crystal Cruises, has confirmed that passengers under the age of 17 will be able to travel for free on selected summer intineraries. ...More
Health, posted on 16/05/2013 by The editorial team
Following a reported rise in dengue fever across England, Wales and Northern Ireland, doctors have warned travellers to take extra precaution against insect bites while travelling.
The number of confirmed and probable cases tripled during the period January-April of this year - cases ...More
Environment, posted on 10/05/2013 by The editorial team
The Great Barrier Reef is set to become one of three World Heritage Sites in danger outside of a developing country or warzone - the other's being the UK's Liverpool Maritime Mercantile City and Florida's Everglades.
An assessment by UNESCO and the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN), which was ...More
New, posted on 13/05/2013 by The editorial team
SHOPPING: As far as shopping goes, London is one of the top cities in the world and with Selfridges opening the world's first 'drive-thru' shopping service, the experience is about to get a lot more practical.
One of London's most iconic department stores, Selfridges is located on Oxford Street, west of Oxford ...More
Tip, posted on 26/04/2013 by Rooksana Hossenally
MUSIC: With summer on the way, most of us will be preparing for the holidays - but a small detail that escapes many of us is the extent to which a playlist can enhance the whole holiday experience, so we have come up with three places to get some fresher summer sounds.
Fed-up of listening to the same old sounds? So are we. Hence why we've looked into weird and wonderful ...More