Musee d’Orsay, a Must Visit in Paris and one of my Favourite Museums
Ever since I found out I was going to see Paris, I realized that Musee d’Orsay had to be on my “must visit” list. It is an art museum that houses the most impressive the ...
The Kukulkan Pyramid (The Castle) in Chichen Itza, Part 2
I’m inviting you today to take a virtual trip with me to Mexico and see The Kukulkan Pyramid in Chichen-Itza. Chichen Itza was one of the largest Maya cities, and today the ruins of Chichen Itza ...
Famous dish: French Quiche, a must try in France or make at home
I was recently in Paris and I wanted to try some of the local cuisine. One of the dishes worldwide famous, but associated with France, is quiche. It is indeed really good, there are chicken, ...
Hotel Guests Bothered the most by Dirty Bed Linen and Bath Towels, Survey Shows
A poll conducted by The Direct Line insurance company revealed that people consider dirty linen and bath towels to be hotels’ biggest bugbear. Hotel guests also complained about drunk or noisy next-room guests. The third most ...
Turkey’s best city breaks
Turkey is one of my favourite holiday destinations in Europe. Having a great mix of gorgeous weather, a stunning coastline and a fascinating history, it really does have something for pretty much everyone - and its cities are particularly varied.more
Why Choose to Visit Malaga, Spain?
Malaga city, popularly referred to as Costa Del Sol’s capital is the place where Picasso was born. It is a city famous for its rich history and magnificent beaches. That it has over 30 museums is therefore in no way a surprise. Its coastal views armore
Baneasa Forest, beautiful autumn colours
I like going outdoors with my family. My husband and I choose places where we can let our wonderful dog, Maxie, run free, and we often go to Baneasa Forest. It is a forest in the northern part of Bucharest, near the zoological garden of the city.more
Will You Jet off or Drive off this Summer?
Christmas doesn’t seem that long ago, but time seems to fly by and before we know it we’ll be slap bang in the middle of summer. For all the parents, that means the school holidays and the children at home for the next six to seven weeks to amusemore
A look at Lanzarote beyond its beautiful beaches and brilliant nightlife
When it comes to holidays in Lanzarote, what do you think about first? It's quite likely that stunning beaches and a buzzing nightlife sprang to mind, but there is so much more to the Spanish island than just these things alone. In fact, I believe thmore
Budget Destinations 2013: where are you heading to?
Finally the summer’s nearly here, and that can only mean one thing; holidays! At last, you can pack a case, grab your passport and happily make your way to the East Midlands airport car parking safe in the knowledge that in few short hours, you’lmore
The Luxor Obelisque (Obelisk) in Paris, a Piece of Egypt in France
When in Place de la Concorde, you won’t be able to miss it. The Luxor Obelisque (Obelisk) in Paris is a rather tall structure - 23 metres (75 ft) high and it was originally located at the entrance to Luxor Temple, in Egypt and it commemorates themore
Nigel’s from Adventure Underwear Unforgettable Experience: Anaconda in Peru
When you're traveling through the Amazon you keep hearing horror stories about anacondas sneaking into villages and eating people whole. So when I was in Peru I was thrilled at the chance to come face to face with one of these fascinating creatures.more
Shara’s of SKJ Travel Unforgettable Experience: Mountain Gorillas in Uganda
One of the most indelible experiences of my life was spending time with the mountain gorillas in Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, largely because it’s such a rare opportunity. With approximately 800 wild mountain gorillas in existence on themore
5 things to do in Benidorm
Benidorm is renowned worldwide as being the typical tacky holiday destination, filled with young people on 18-30 holidays, men on stag nights and families with screaming children. Despite its reputation as being like this, it is still frequented by tmore