Bargain destinations for some half-term sun this October


   Bargain Destinations For Some Half-Term Sun This October Thinking of booking a last minute holiday for the family this October? And why not, the kids only get restless when they are cooped up in the house all day thanks to unpredictable British weather. And whilst the climate is still favourable to some parts of Europe, October is a great time to pick up some hot holiday bargains at a cool price! 7 great European […] Read more »

Travel destinations with the most potential for 2015


With 2015 just around the corner, it’s an ideal time to look at some of the potential travel trends for next year. And while there is one school of thought that professes booking your 2015 holiday last minute is the best way to save, there are others who believe that the savviest travellers book well in advance to get the very best deals.  Whichever type of traveller you are however, you still need to choose […] Read more »

Sponsored post: Travelling to Limerick

Limerick: Party Paradise Next time you’re planning a stag do, a hen do, or just a weekend away to let your hair down with friends, Limerick is a great destination for getting away from the routine and having a bit of fun forgetting the stresses and strains of daily life.  With plenty of cheap flights and hotels Limerick is a hassle-free destination to make your escape to. Pubs and Bars Like every Irish city, Limerick […] Read more »

A British Guide to Japan


If you’re already pondering where to go on holiday this year, why not consider travelling to Japan? This beautiful country will open your eyes to a completely new culture and a whole load of customs which you may never have considered. We Brits are used to certain practises when we go on holiday – in general, we love sunshine, drinking until the early hours, and having access to outdoor swimming pools. So arriving in a […] Read more »

Review: Skiing in St Lary

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By Catherine Cooper When people think of skiing in France, they generally think of the Alps. But there is much to be said for skiing in the Pyrenees – they are very easily accessible from the UK, and great for families. Last weekend we visited St Lary which is a “real” village rather than being purpose built – it’s very pretty and with an almost Alpine feel, with varied shops and restaurants lining its streets. […] Read more »