Singapore hotels don’t have to cost the earth. The South-East Asian state has been catering successfully for travellers for centuries.
Gorgeous Greece expects another bumper season for tourism in 2014, with sporadic civil unrest unlikely to affect visitor numbers. Greece has a long and colourful history of protests and strikes, but these have become progressively fewer over the past 12 months. The pictures of violent protests in international media from downtown Athens understandably make travellersContinue reading “Greek tourism 2014 set to sizzle”
The First Hand Black Markets featuring Aboriginal art and culture are unique to Sydney, offering a great day out for families and art lovers.
Is Kiama more than a pit stop and day trip for the blowhole? Come with me and explore this Australian seaside destination.
Take time to visit Kiama It’s not just about the blowhole and fish ‘n chips. Kiama has so much more… VISIT KIAMA CHECKLIST Click the link: Here’s the scoop on Kiama 120km south of Sydney 1.5 hours by car or over 2 hours by train Shops and eateries have seaside resort opening times and days, so weekendsContinue reading “Chill out and visit Kiama”
Onyx Lounge is Newtown’s newest cool bar and tapas go-to venue. Sydney is famous for places like this opening and closing before you can blink, but we hope Onyx has longevity. It’s worth going, just for the slammer mojitos and the flaming chocolate tart.
Women travellers to India are much reduced in numbers after high-profile rape cases. Here’s a list of travel safety tips in India for women, compiled by an Indian man, looking at the situation from his viewpoint.
How to find the best bread in France – get up early and join the line at a boulangerie. Don’t forget weekly markets have brilliant artisan breads too.
Greek food prices have dropped since the country buckled at the knees from the economic crisis. Here’s my list of the tastiest, best cheap eats in Greece.
This is how travel tests you. It challenges courage, resilience, tolerance and mocks your comfort zones. Which is a good thing.