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.
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!
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.
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.
So when I booked the flight to Portugul I was amped! I honestly couldn’t wait to go and explore. Malta was phenomenal, we stayed in San Giljan, a beautiful and small part of Malta and we chose to stay in the hotel Cavalieri, a small but very clean and friendly hotel. It was different because it was an art hotel; which meant that it used the venue to showcase the work of local artists.