If you had a holiday or several holiday plans cancelled or delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic then we have good news for you. With the rollout of the vaccination programme, holiday destinations and vacations are opening once more for you to get booked onto. If you have been planning your next trip away for some time make sure you have every little detail sorted before you go.
I am totally under no illusions that this type of living is the norm for millions of people. I for one know exactly what it’s like to dine in 5 star restaurants and to hang out in hotels and spas that many would dream of. (Not bad for a woman from Peckham!) However, since I ended my magazine in 2018, and the pandemic dropped kicked me to the ground in 2020 (like it did for so many people!) I haven’t really dined out anywhere special. I haven’t surrounded myself with opulence and I haven’t been treated to anything special either.
At 25 million years old, the Great Barrier Reef is one of the oldest natural formations on planet earth. It’s the only living thing visible from space, and it spans a whopping 3,000km. Thousands of tropical fish live here, and there are ample chances to dive or snorkel and see the reef up close. Sadly, the Great Barrier Reef is shrinking due to climate change, so there’s no better time than the present to see it in all its glory!
Australia is a beautiful country with so much to offer. It has stunning beaches, the world’s best coffee, and many great family destinations. Here are four beautiful places that will make for an unforgettable trip for your whole family!
Europe is the perfect destination for a holiday! It has so many different cultures and landscapes to explore. But, where do you start? What should you consider when planning your trip to Europe? This blog post will give you some helpful tips on what to consider when planning a holiday in Europe.
Travel can be hard and travel can be easy. The biggest problem is that travel is easy. We travel to different countries for their culture, to see new places and meet new people. But with travel comes a few problems of its own- one being that it’s so simple, that we don’t realise the hassle that goes into it until after we’ve finished our holiday. The essentials like hand sanitiser and bottled water is a given, but let’s take a look at the other basic items easily forgotten.
If you’re the parent to a growing kid, especially as they start to get into their teens, you should be helping them find the experiences that enrich their life. Aside from doing well in their academics and getting involved in extracurriculars, you can also help them better enrich their lives by taking advantage of the travel opportunities that come their way. Here are some of the reasons why.
Did you know that the way people approach travel can be completely different? In this post, we take a look at the different kinds of traveler out there so you can find out which one fits you the best.
One of the reasons people visit Torquay is because it’s England’s answer to the Mediterranean. Yes, it has plenty of stunning beaches. However, it also boasts points of interest like the world-famous Kents Cavern Prehistoric Caves.
Nothing feels worse when you reach your travel destination, open your suitcase, and your skin serum, or even worse, your wallet, is missing. But most mishaps, regardless of their level of inconvenience, are preventable.