Not all holidays are about adventure, family retreats or roughing it in order to get a ‘Real’ experience of a place. Sometimes we just want to sit back in the lap of luxury and get a taste of life how the other half live.
Month: August 2012
A cosy escape in the country is the best way to describe this wonderful bed and breakfast. Being only a little over an hour from Sydney in the foothills of the Blue Mountains, Hermitage Cottage is the perfect place to spend a weekend away from the chaos of the big smoke.
Travelling with a family is tough at the best of times. It can be challenging to keep the kids entertained, while mum and dad also get a chance to have a little quality time and see and do the things they want.
Tourism Malaysia Sydney has launched a free smartphone app called Malaysia Amaze-Ya!, designed to provide travellers with a useful tool for navigating their travels in Malaysia.
Recognised for its colourful textiles and traditions, friendly culture, and picture-perfect mountains, Peru is known for many dazzling sights and sounds, but most famously for “The Lost City of the Incas”, Machu Picchu
This year we are launching a new initiative called The Travel Bug Awards
The London Olympics might have ended, but now an even more inspiring event starts….The Paralympics!
The crew of an Air France plane that was re-routed via Damascus on Wednesday asked passengers how much cash they could stump up after Syrian authorities refused credit card payment to refuel the aircraft.
It’s the little things that count. Whether you’re going on a weekend away or planning a more extensive journey abroad, if you get all the seemingly small things in order you not only get the most out of your time away, you also maximise the memories afterward. So next time you’re going a holiday away, make sure you go through this list of travel tips.