Posts Tagged with ‘tips’

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15 Things I Learnt from my Trip to Thailand

May 17th, 2017

The almost palpable aroma of spicy street food, a blur of colourful tuk tuks and the all en-compassing hubbub of vendors and tourists doing the song-and-dance of a typical Thai barter… Thailand is a feast for the senses. There is simply no destination quite like it. This buzzing country promises an adventure around every corner – whether

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When to travel to the Maldives

April 11th, 2017

With over 1200 islands making up this idyllic archipelago, the Maldives with its year-round warm weather and beautiful beaches has long been a hotspot for UK holidaymakers. Pick an island that’s as busy or secluded as you like – with the option to recline on a private island like Robinson Crusoe should the need arise! We’ve

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An Island Hopping Guide to Southern Thailand

April 10th, 2017

Luxury beachfront hotels, beautiful stretches of endless sands, and ocean water so clear you can see the bottom. When it comes to affordable luxury, not many destinations can compare to Thailand. But with so many different Thai islands, it can be tricky to pick which islands to visit. We’ve put together a handy island hopping

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When to travel to Dubai

March 30th, 2017

Planning a trip to Dubai and wondering when to travel to get the best weather and hotel rates? With fluctuating weather and a noticeable high season, there are a few things to consider when planning your holiday in Dubai – whether you want to take advantage of the summer sales or the more moderate temperatures

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Tips for Staying at the Cape Grace in Cape Town

January 30th, 2017

Tucked within the V&A Waterfront overlooking the purples hues of Table Mountain and a throng of luxurious white yachts bobbing in the marina, Cape Grace is built for romance and beautiful sunny escapes. Escape the winter cold and fly to Cape Town for a luxurious winter sun holiday – without the extravagant price tag.  Here

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Dominican Republic: The Inside Track

August 15th, 2016

The Dominican Republic shares the Island of Hispaniola with Haiti to the west and is well known for its pristine beaches, beautiful golf courses, verdant rainforest, and scenic highlands, including Pico Duarte – the Caribbean’s tallest mountain. But what the Dominican Republic is most famous for is its diverse variety of luxury All-Inclusive resorts offering

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5 of the best things to do in Antigua

May 9th, 2016

It’s been said that Antigua is home to some of the best beaches in the Caribbean. As this was my first visit to Antigua, even I was a little sceptical about this claim. But after just a few short days on this beautiful island, I have to say the statement rings true. Antigua is home

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A Funtastic Family Guide to Abu Dhabi

April 7th, 2016

Abu Dhabi is the ultimate family destination. Its dry lands spill with water parks, amusement venues, and zoos to keep the whole family refreshed from the scorching year-round weather. The UAE’s capital city is all about breaking boundaries: Experience the fastest roller coaster in the world, the Gulf’s very first theme park, and the world’s

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Xplaining Xcaret

January 15th, 2016

What is this place with the funny name in Mexico? The extremely popular visitor attraction of Xcaret Park is a privately owned eco-archaeological park in the Cancun, sandwiched between Playa del Carmen and Tulum. The park gets its name from the Mayan culture and means “little inlet” because it was once a small port. It

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Sunshine and Safaris: A Dubai Guide

November 26th, 2015

Dubai. A city that is much more than the towering sky scrapers, aquamarine waters, extravagant hotels, and beautiful bronzed people you see in postcards. With expats making up over 88% of the United Arab Emirates population and over 200 different nationalities living within its desert borders, Dubai is as international as it gets. Here are

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