Interesting Traveller Stories from Far and Wide

I don’t watch a lot of television right, but there are instances when I’ve been abroad and caught some TV, mostly watching travel related shows on specialist channels. One thing I noticed is how the tourism boards of various countries from all over the world run adverts encouraging people to visit their countries. You know, […]read in full »

Getting a True Taste of Continental Europe

I don’t know, I reckon for me island fever is somewhat of a self-fulfilling prophecy in that it only really happens to those who’ve been made aware of something called island fever. I mean sure, Wales is a tiny country comparatively speaking, but if it’s what you grew up with then it’s all you really […]read in full »

Top walking routes around Pembrokeshire

Pembrokeshire is a great destination to enjoy the outdoors, with the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park offering some beautiful coastal scenery to in full »

Reasons to Visit Chester in the Winter

Chester, England might not be the most obvious choice for a winter break – the weather will be cold, dreary, grey, rainy and possibly even snowy. However, it’s worth bringing your umbrella and braving the cold because this city has a lot to offer visitors. Here are some of the positives of visiting Chester in […]read in full »

Best Places to Travel in 2015 Twitter Chat on Tuesday January 6

What are this year’s “it” destinations? Learn insider tips from the experts by joining our Best Places to Travel in 2015 Twitter Chat on Tuesday, January 6th from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. EDT. read in full »

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