Visiting Manchester: 10 Awesome Thi

By :- Louise Jackson, On June 13, 2014 in ::-Uncategorized
If you are thinking about heading out and about this year, maybe you are considering a city break, you need to consider heading to the north of England and taking in everything Manchester has to offer. If you still have your doubts, then take a look at these 10 awesome things to do in one of the most culturally vibrant places in the UK. Photo courtesy of Stacey MacNaught The People’s Muse.... {{ Continue Reading }}

Fun Days Out with Kids in Minneapol

By :- Louise Jackson, On June 10, 2014 in ::-Uncategorized
When you're heading off for a day out with kids in Minneapolis, the only problem is which destination to choose. The Twin Cities have an amazing choice of great places to visit, with something to delight everyone from tots to teens, plus moms and dads too! Whatever the weather outside, you'll find plenty to do at the Mall of America, all under cover. This massive mall contains more than 500 sto.... {{ Continue Reading }}

Four quick tricks that’ll let you

By :- Louise Jackson, On May 24, 2014 in ::-Uncategorized
Travellers have one thing in common, whether you’ve been bitten by the long-term travel bug or just desperate for a holiday - any holiday! - and that is the question of how to pay for it. Since the credit crunch many of us are (at least, we should be) a bit more wary of getting ourselves into debt, and more interested in saving money wherever we can. But if you’re itching to get on the r.... {{ Continue Reading }}

Fund your travels with fast loans w

By :- Louise Jackson, On May 12, 2014 in ::-Uncategorized
Sometimes, when the open road calls your name, it can be at a time that cash flow may indeed be a slight problem. While I'd never advocate getting into serious debt for travel, I am certainly guilty of taking out a little loan to fund short trips... (more…).... {{ Continue Reading }}

Travel doctor: where to go for a po

By :- Louise Jackson, On May 12, 2014 in ::-Uncategorized
My friend and I would like to go away for two weeks from June 15 as a post-university holiday. We have a maximum of £1,500 each to spend and would like to go somewhere we can combine culture, wildlife and some time on the beach. Sri Lanka, Indonesia and the Galapagos appeal, but we would be open to suggestions. Also, what would the visa requirements be (if any), how much do they cost and would we.... {{ Continue Reading }}

Travellers turning back from life o

By :- Louise Jackson, On April 13, 2014 in ::-Uncategorized
The carefree life of a gypsy moving unhindered from place to place is a thing of the past, according to official figures, with two thirds now living in a house. The first official census of travellers found that only one in four lives in a caravan or other mobile home. Experts said that public order legislation and hostility from residents opposed to travellers setting up camp in their neig.... {{ Continue Reading }}

The 20 best river cruises

By :- Louise Jackson, On April 2, 2014 in ::-Uncategorized
From new ships in Burma to historic-style steamboats in the States and private visits in Venice to rumba on the Rhine 1. Luxury in Burma Burma is the cruising hotspot of the moment and a new name on the Irrawaddy and Chindwin rivers this year is Sanctuary Retreats whose new luxury all-suite vessel, Sanctuary Ananda, is being built by two Burmese brothers in traditional teak style. Soak up t.... {{ Continue Reading }}

Get sailing in National Ferry Fortn

By :- Louise Jackson, On March 28, 2014 in ::-Uncategorized
The annual event encourages travellers to experience the advantages of starting a short break or holiday by boat The Channel Tunnel is now rated an unqualified success, no-frills airlines are finally attempting to become passenger-friendly but British ferries, those workhorses plying across the English Channel, the North Sea, the Irish Sea and beyond, are attracting more and more travellers. .... {{ Continue Reading }}