• Top 5 attractions along Route 66

    If you've seen Billy Connolly's new 6-part TV series, "Billy Connolly's Route 66" you'll no doubt be ready to feel the wind in your hair and the tarmac whizzing along under your tyres in the USA.

    Connolly's a brilliant host, with a unique way of connecting with the locals. His journey starts in Chicago, where he revisits the bootlegging of the roaring 20s, rides to the top of America's tallest building and goes to the birthplace of rock 'n' roll.

  • Before the trek: Welcome to Kathmandu

    “Life is like a box of chocolates...you never know what you're gonna get” and needless to say, so is travel.

    Once you set foot in that foreign land - anything can happen. It was like that when I first touched down in Kathmandu. It felt like utter chaos as I left the tranquility of the inner airport. I had been warned, but as a newbie traveller, I still was not prepared.

  • Image of the week: Prague

    As the sun sets on another day in Prague, you can kick back and enjoy a world renowned, locally produced beer and spend the evening people-watching in the square.

    Spend your days marvelling at Prague Castle, watching the Astronomical Clock tick over and munching on some hearty Czech cuisine. 

    Take our Splendours of Eastern Europe trip and experience the magic of Prague.
     

  • Everything you ever wanted to know about Bhutan

    We spoke to Louise Southerden, an award-winning adventure travel writer and photographer, about her recent trip to Bhutan. She gives us a fascinating insight into a country that many have not yet had the chance to experience.

    After reading this, Bhutan is sure to make it onto your bucketlist. 

  • 24 hours in New York City

    Happy Independence Day to our American friends! To celebrate, we're letting everyone do a bit of daydreaming, with a trip to New York.

    Our well-travelled staffer Lilli was there earlier this year, and took some incredible photos. She also has plenty of tips for those people dreaming of a New York City escape (and let's face it, that's probably the majority of you!) 

    Go to a diner for breakfast

  • Cook an Indian feast for your vegan friend

    There's two types of people in this world...meat lovers and non-meat lovers. I guess you could say we're a lot like pizzas that way. But what about that curious new group (who don't have a pizza named after them yet)... the vegans? 

    Holding a dinner party these days means catering to all different types of eaters - diabetics, gluten-free, coeliacs, vegos and vegans. Oh, and there's always that one person who won't eat peas.

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