Most people end up spending at least some time at the beach when they travel. It is arguably the perfect place to go to relax, offering an antidote to the stresses and strains of modern life.
Photo by Hrvoje Grubisic
All you need to do is to choose the best swimwear for you…
Do you know what the craziest thing about living in London is? I never go into the city centre. When you have lived somewhere your whole life it is easy to think you’ve seen it all and you know it all.
Photo by Sebastian Grochowicz
This weekend, however, I spent the day exploring London Bridge and it felt quite wonderful.
Holiday competition time! Welcome to my first one ever – and it’s a good one too…
Ko Samui, Thailand – photo by Samule Sun
Everyone who registers for PS2 Travel Network* (you get a 30 day free trial) is entered into a competition in which you can win a free hotel stay!
Are you surprised to find out that two fifths of millennials will choose their holiday destination according to how ‘Instagrammable’ the pictures will be?
Brooklyn Bridge photographed by Wes Hicks
As a travel blogger, who sees the tangible impact of Instagram every day, I wasn’t the least bit surprised.
Tomorrow is World Elephant Day, so I thought it was a good time to suggest a few ways to see elephants that are completely ethical and un-problematic.
Thailand Chiang Mai Elephant Nature Park eating – Rickshaw Travel
Around 75 per cent of the world’s captive elephants have been illegally captured, with over 3,000 used for entertainment purposes in Asia alone. The annual World Elephant Day (August 12) is dedicated to the preservation and protection of the world’s elephants, as many fight to change this fate.