Girlie Getaways- Bangkok, Thailand

Girlie Getaways- Bangkok, Thailand

So, the friends were recruited, time was booked off work, it was just left to where we were going to go. We had two birthdays and a job promotion to celebrate so wanted somewhere extra special and different, having been to Spain, Portugal, Prague and Las Vegas on previous trips together. It was eventually decided that Thailand was the destination of choice, offering  everything we wanted out ...
by Anna Streatfeild on 17 January 2012, 15:01PM



48 Hours in Philadelphia

48 Hours in Philadelphia

There’s much more to Philadelphia than the Liberty Bell and Cheesesteak. Follow our guide on how to spend an activity filled 48 hours in the ‘City of Brotherly Love’.Day One... British Airways have a fantastic flight that departs London in the morning, getting to Philadelphia at the very civilized time of around 2.30pm. After a short transfer to the hotel- Palomar Hotel on 117 S...
by Anna Streatfeild on 17 January 2012, 15:01PM



48 Hours in Chicago

48 Hours in Chicago

The Windy City of Chicago in the state of Illinois is the perfect place to visit for shopping, fine dining, architecture, and comedy and although there is lots to keep you busy on a longer visit, is perfectly possible to 'do' in two days.Day One...With nine flights a day from the UK, it’s certainly not difficult to get to Chicago. This metropolitan city, the third largest in the States, is s...
by Louise Evans on 12 January 2012, 12:01PM



5 Reasons to Visit Mauritius

5 Reasons to Visit Mauritius

Beaches The beaches in Mauritius are a sight to behold. Representing the pure essence of a tropical beach holiday, from the calm lagoon waters, to the silvery sands that feel like powder to the touch. In short, there is a very good reason why Mauritius’ beaches are regularly mentioned in the same breath as the ‘world’s best’  Friendly people If the stunning scenery ...
by Ollie Barstow on 11 January 2012, 16:01PM



A Journey Through the Dominican Republic

A Journey Through the Dominican Republic

Home to both the tallest and the lowest points in the entire Caribbean, the Dominican Republic’s natural contrasts are reflected in the juxtaposition of its culture, displaying an unusual, yet striking, blend of western and African influences in a tropical setting. While political matters, power struggles and several changes of ownership have defined much of its fairly young history, a pret...
by Ollie Barstow on 11 January 2012, 12:01PM



Top 5 Things to do in Cancun

Top 5 Things to do in Cancun

Mayan Archaeology Relics of the ancient Mayan civilization that occupied this area during the early centuries can be found in and around Cancun. In addition to archaeological sites at El Rey and El Meco, the great walled city of Tulum is the biggest draw for tourists interested in Mexico’s history. Situated on cliffs overlooking the Caribbean Sea, Tulum is a remarkably well-preserved Mayan ...
by Ollie Barstow on 11 January 2012, 09:01AM



Cancun - A Caribbean Dream

Cancun - A Caribbean Dream

For a destination that has become synonymous with global travellers and is now regarded as the most popular holiday choice in the Caribbean, it is remarkable to think that just 40 years ago Cancun was a nondescript Mexican peninsula in Quintana Roo with no permanent inhabitants. Certainly, when Mexico unveiled its ambitious plans to transform this land of sand dunes into a tourist attraction larg...
by Ollie Barstow on 11 January 2012, 07:01AM



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