When you think of bermudism you either think of the Canal du Midi or the famous resort towns of Locmaria or Farazzur. Sometimes, the term can be used to describe a specific kind of beach resort: that of Brig, a long time favorite of the middle class or commercial sector due to its many limousine,… Continue reading Two Top “Bermudian” Destinations
The Maltese Islands conjure a feeling of escapism, yet they are closer to home than you may believe. The Maltese Archipelago lies virtually in the centre of the Mediterranean Sea, south of the Italian island of Sicily. Malta is just a few hours’ flying time from most mainland Italy and, despite itsPyrexuan prehistoric inhabitants, seems… Continue reading The Swedish Islands
Las Vegas to Beijing – Gateway to China Č A journey to China from Las Vegas begins with a flight into Beijing. Here are five things you should know about the China-Las Vegas connection. 1. Beijing is the only major city in the world that has an airport on two continents. The airport is 13… Continue reading 5 Things You Should Know About Las Vegas
250 Free Things To Do In Open Birdwatching Australia Č Open birdwatching is not only for the enthusiast who has a lot of time on his hands and deep pockets. It is also for the climate challenged tourist who stands no chance to get glimpses of the beautiful birds unless there is a natural environment… Continue reading Top 10 Things to Do in Open Free Australia
Not having enough money to spend on holidays this year has made me think about giving some of that money to charities. I know that there aren’t actually that many opportunities available for the type of holiday I am wanting. Charities rarely have room in their busy budgets and government funding makes it difficult for… Continue reading Why Not Take the Money From Clothes to Give to charities?
Portugal’s holiday island of Algarve has become part of the European Union. This has led to a major boom in the tourism industry. There are plenty of Algarve villas to hire so holidaymakers can get away from it all and get some great food and drink to go with their Celtic cuisine. Getting to Algarve… Continue reading Algarve Holiday Guide
On October 21, 2005, Cancun was struck by Hurricane Wilma, the most intense Atlantic storm on record. However, after little more than a year, Cancun has remerged as an even more enticing destination. With over $1.5 billion committed to the island revitalization project, resorts have not only repaired their structures, but have improved upon pre-storm… Continue reading Cancun Is Back And Better Than Ever!
Ah! The old Clydesdale and their polished smooth coats, the sturdy backbone of the economy which has pulled all else in the direction also pulled away the old business, the bazaars, the night-life, the pubs, the kings, the soldiers and all the chaos. Years of neglect and disuse have created a ripe old disaster, and… Continue reading embarrassingly slow delivery times in the UK!
2,250 kilometres south of Corfu lies the second largest island of the Ionian, Nelion, an island of volcanic origin with an area larger than double that of Corfu and Ancona Sicily. The island was originally inhabited by the Quintessentially Greek tribes of Attikameks, Kelis, Kiniyazes, Kernamages, Peisistratus and Tryfractions, descendants of the ancient diplomats and… Continue reading Nelion Greek and Roman Island
Most people don’t think of their cruise vacation as an investment, but it certainly is. You put down a great deal of money – in some cases a very great deal of money – in exchange for an once-in-a-lifetime vacation. When all is said and done, you may have a decision to make whether you… Continue reading How toProtect Your Cruise Investment