Month: July 2012
There are just a few days to go until the Opening Ceremony of the greatest sporting event in the world and national tourist board VisitBritain has shared its picks of how to enjoy the 2012 Games even if you don’t have a ticket.
India’s debt-crippled Kingfisher Airlines cancelled 41 scheduled flights on Saturday, after some staff did not report for work in response to the company failing to pay their salaries.
Widely acclaimed as Australia’s Galapagos, Kangaroo Island is home to an abundance of native wildlife and spectacular natural attractions. Coupled with the beauty of the landscape is this manmade marvel, one of Australia’s most luxurious lodges.
Arguably the most spectacular and historically significant site in Australia is Mungo National Park. Situated in the NSW outback, 110kms from Mildura and 316kms from Broken Hill, it’s a long way from the big smoke and in many regards is a place lost in time.
For a fun night out in Auckland, with great food, drinks and ambience, make tracks to The Library Bar. It’s the sort of place you’d describe as ‘Quirky’. Husband and wife team, Andy and Leigh Barrett hold strongly to their vision of providing Aucklanders an independant and individual nightspot. Brought up wandering crazy little bars in …
Farming plays a big role in the traditional rural life of Northern Ireland. It’s a part of their cultural fabric. So to get a taste of how the locals live in this part of the world head through Enniskillen to Lisnarick, and the quaint Orchard Acre Farm.
The train station at Lübbenau “Spreewelten Bahnhof” is known as the gateway to the Spreewald, a famous, forest and canalled landscape a couple of hours south of Berlin. People come here to discover the unique biosphere reserve of the Spreewald.
Orion Expeditions tag line is “Discover a path less travelled” and that’s exactly what they let you do – albeit in five star luxury!
For transit passengers at Seoul’s Incheon International Airport there are fun ways to while away the hours in transit waiting for onward flights.