Get sailing in National Ferry

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 }}

See Sicily by slow train

By :- Louise Jackson, On March 21, 2014 in ::-Uncategorized
The author of Chocolat visited Venice and Rome on her way to Modica, home of the island’s oldest chocolate shop Robert Louis Stevenson put it best: to travel hopefully is a better thing than to arrive. Certainly, for a writer more familiar with flights of fancy than budget airlines and package tours, the idea of travelling anywhere must have seemed hopeful indeed. But to this writer, as to so.... {{ Continue Reading }}

Travellers expect to be able t

By :- Louise Jackson, On March 13, 2014 in ::-Uncategorized
THE new Ryanair is not just about smiling desk staff. In its latest efforts to charm customers and make up ground on rival easyJet, Ryanair has launched a series of initiatives to make it easier for customers to book flights and other services. They include a more responsive website designed for tablets and smartphones. It's a timely step. The smartphone, in particular, is increasingly the cons.... {{ Continue Reading }}

How I lost thousands to a croo

By :- Louise Jackson, On March 7, 2014 in ::-Uncategorized
ORGANISING a trip to the Cork Jazz Festival with friends seemed straightforward for Tim Kelleher, but when he called the hotel he had booked it had no record of his reservation for 23 guests. He learnt that the £6,600 handed to a travel agent a month earlier for flights and accommodation had never been used to make bookings. “I was completely shocked and didn’t know what was going on,.... {{ Continue Reading }}