We are delighted to have two copies of a great new book about Iceland and what makes it tick – Iceland, Defrosted by Edward Hancox.
Iceland, Defrosted is less about wars over cod, flight-halting volcanoes and globe-shattering financiers, and more about relaxing in natural hot pots, sharing barbecues in howling storms and eating waffles and rhubarb jam while watching playful Arctic foxes. Loosely based on a circuitous . . . → Read More: Win a copy of “Iceland, Defrosted” by Edward Hancox – A Fascinating Look at the Real Iceland
Making the most of your holiday doesn’t simply mean loading up your schedule with visits to local sites and attractions; it also means staying healthy while you’re there. After all, you don’t want to spend your holiday fighting off the flu or visiting the local emergency room; nor do you want to be stuck filing holiday compensation claims for medical expense you incurred while abroad once . . . → Read More: Holiday Health Tips
With the summer in Northern Europe showing little sign of improvement, some stay-home holidaymakers may be turning an envious eye to the Middle East whose summer is always hot and idyllic at this time of year. As always, there are many packages and deals to choose from to get true value for money.
Oman is a popular choice for many; bordering the Yemen, United Arab Emirates and . . . → Read More: Guaranteed summer awaits in the Middle East
Remoteness … isn’t precisely that what we all dream of sometimes? If you urgently need to get away from the hustle and bustle of the big city, read on to discover which are the world’s most remote islands.
1- Tristan da Cunha
Bright sunny day by brian gratwicke, on Flickr
The Tristan da Cunha archipelago has been rightfully hailed as the world’s most remote inhabited islands. Although the . . . → Read More: The Most Remote Islands In The World
Are you a curious holidaymaker that likes to click beyond travel agent websites, and find useful content on different destinations? If you are, then you need to visit the Airline Destinations blog. This is a travel blog that delivers on detail, both on different countries, and different types of holiday, such as skiing or adventure breaks. You can find out what to expect from destinations in . . . → Read More: Welcome
As a tourist destination Fiji has many things to offer a potential visitor. It has some of the most amazing lagoons in the world which are of the most incredible deep blue. Under the waves you will find some of the most stunning coral reefs in the world, known for their wide range of colours. In addition to all the spectacular nature, Fiji is a country . . . → Read More: There’s something for everyone in Fiji
It is hard to believe that there are still those who, to save a few quid, will run the risk of travelling abroad without travel insurance. Those travelling within Europe seem to think that all they need is their European Health Insurance Card, or EHIC, but although this will get you basic health treatment to the level of the respective countries equivalent of the NHS, there . . . → Read More: The Importance of Travel Insurance
Just three decades ago, if you were to visit Mexico on its Pacific coast, you would find a fairly barren area with a few fishing villages and small towns. The needs of the local people were fairly simple and there were only a few businesses meeting these needs.
Today however, Puerto Vallarta is a major tourist destination and the area has been developed at a fast pace . . . → Read More: Puerto Vallarta on the Pacific coast of Mexico
An important destination for the tourist when visiting Florida in the USA is Key West, which has become one of the most popular resorts in recent times. Key West plays host to thousands of visitors each year.
Because of its popularity, Key West has become quite congested with tourists and getting around the area can be difficult. If possible a bicycle or motor scooter should . . . → Read More: Key West, a million miles from Miami
A leisurely flight from the UK lasting for around 4 hours brings you to the dazzling Dalaman coast in Turkey. Travel for a further hour or so and you will arrive in a resort that truly is one of the jewels of the Mediterranean, Marmaris. This sprawling town nestles at the foot of pine covered mountains and has one of the most envied views out over . . . → Read More: Marmaris a hidden treasure in Turkey