So what do you do when you arrive at the airport at the end of your holiday and you find that you have some of the local currency left in your wallet or purse? Do you go on a bit of a spending spree and use it all or as much of it as possible, buying the odd coffee, pack of sweets or drink so that you use it all up, or do you simply take it home with you?
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.
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!
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.
With people travelling from all around the globe to catch a glimpse of their favourite teams and sports stars in the 2014 World Cup held in Brazil, the air miles are certainly going to be clocking up. Our infographic, created in conjunction with SendMyBag.co.uk totals up the combined mileage of passengers making the trip from their home countries to and from Rio de Janeiro. (more…)
When you’re travelling, there are plenty of things you’re always going to need to take with you: sun cream, whether you’re sunbathing or skiing, warm or cool clothing, any kinds of medication you might need. But it’s becoming increasingly important for holidaymakers and travellers to need to take various different types of technology with them, whether to keep you up to date on what’s happening in the world or to help you get around. Here are some top picks of travel technology at the moment, things that might be necessary or might just increase the enjoyment of your travels. (more…)
If you’re looking to get the party started on your summer holiday this year, but you’re not sure where’ll be best for you and your friends to have a good time, our guide for summer clubbers in 2014 will give you the answers. Party goers around the world pack their bags and head to these top clubbing destinations each year, and it’s easy to see why. So if you’re struggling to choose a resort, look no further. (more…)
What makes a great campsite for you?
Camping has always been a varied pursuit, but today the gulf between the weekend camper and the serious walker/climber needing a shelter seems to have further widened.
It’s a Bank Holiday again, and if you want to takes the kids on a fun day trip then check out our guide to Bank Holiday day trips for free.
The Tall Ship at Riverside, Glasgow Harbour