It is interesting to see that in this time of cultural diversity and high education that there are still stereotypes that individuals automatically place on people from a specific nationalities even though it is no longer the case.
Food from London restaurant names such as Moro, St John, Polpo, Hix and Cartmel’s Simon Rogan. Intellectual stimulation from Gregory Sams, George Monbiot, Irvine Walsh, Edward De Bono’s School of Life. A lakeside spa. Forrest adventures with expert foragers. Music from a hundred bands you’ve never heard of but who you’ll look for as soon as you get home.
For most of us our holiday experiences are without incident and as far as we can tell a very happy and enjoyable time. However, we know that it cannot be like that the whole time and there must be holidays when everything has not gone exactly as planned, or the hotel or apartment has not been up to expectations.
New Yorker Blayne Ross has a vision – to build a floating beach on the Hudson River and has launched his own crowd funding project to help him do it. The creative entrepreneur, along with design teams from workshop/apd and Craft Engineering Studio have come up with the City Beach NYC concept and plans to raise the money for the project through crowd funding website indiegogo.
Two Malaysian Airlines planes go down. One lost without trace. The other brought down by a sophisticated missile.
There have been two other crashes since the plane shot down over Ukrainian airspace although most of us probably haven’t even heard of them.
A new infographic from holiday and hotel review website Real Holiday Reports has compared 16 of the world’s most popular airlines in a bid to see who is the best when it comes to giving the greatest value for money.
While the very term glamping may make you cringe, the reality of camping with a bit of luxury thrown in can be very tempting, even if glamour is a bit too much to ask.
Here at Travel Campaigner we love the great outdoors, and if a little more comfort is what it takes to get a few thousand more sub-urbanites out from their neat estates then bring it on!
It took a while to come, but the summer is definitely here now. This is good news for the UK travel industry as hotter temperatures means more business and one business that’s benefiting is Britain’s last deckchair manufacturer Southsea Deckchairs.
So you have a taste for travel. First it’s backpacking and somehow getting by on the bare essentials, sleeping here and there. Then as you find you have a little more money, perhaps your travel becomes a little more comfortable.
Hotel prices in Glasgow have rocketed as the city gears up to host the 2014 Commonwealth Games next week. A new study has found that hotel room prices have increased by a staggering 158%, and will now cost an average of £344 a night between the 23rd July and 4th August (the duration of the games).