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).
The UK’s first ever driving school specially designed to teach people how to drive abroad will open in London this year after new research found that over a quarter of Brits say that they are afraid of driving on the right hand side of the road.
Living the dream, owning your own holiday home, you can jet off to warmer climes when you want or you can use it as a lucrative business netting you profit. This is what many believe when they purchase property abroad. After all everyone needs somewhere to go on holiday so why not your property.
Wow! What an experience Le Tour has been for Yorkshire.
Nearly two hundred men in lycra, zipping along faster than a Morris Minor, with bodies honed to perfection, wearing bright colours and speaking a multitude of languages. Le Tour is a very different event to the stadia based championships of football and tennis that it competes with for viewers. And this year it started oop north. (more…)
Fear of new bomb developments by al-Qaeda has caused the US to up its airport security, which means those travelling to the US will be stopped at airport security if their mobile phone or other electrical items are uncharged, unable to board planes bound for the United States.
We’ve all known for years the problem of using mobile phones while travelling abroad – the homecoming only to find huge bills awaiting you on the doormat. But with the use of smartphones now at an all-time high, the costs of using phones on roaming mode in a different country have soared.
Extra charges have caught many of us out in the past when it comes to flying, even the savviest traveller like myself has found themselves facing extra costs when booking flights that they didn’t realise until the end. Even worse for some it’s not until you get to the airport that you realise that it’s going to cost you extra just to get your clothes to the airport.