Month: October 2016

Getting from A to B in BKK: travel and transport truths in Bangkok

Getting from A to B in BKK: travel and transport truths in Bangkok

As world cities go, Bangkok can be a tough nut to crack. Busy, noisy and hot as hell, it lures you in with the stunning temples, the languorous Chao Phraya river and the lip-smackingly good street food, before spitting you out into a smoggy haze […]

Five Fabulously Free Things To Do in London

Five Fabulously Free Things To Do in London

Despite being one of the world’s most expensive cities, London has an absolute plethora of free landmarks, galleries, museums, markets, parks and historical sites to visit. The possibilities are verging on endless. However, some of the options would take days alone (I’m looking at you, British […]

Six Practical Steps for Nervous Flyers

Six Practical Steps for Nervous Flyers

Usually when we travel, so much of the focus is (obviously) on the destination, the things we’ll do when we get there, the places we’ll visit and the experiences we’ll have – and more often that not, those are the memories that remain long afterwards too. […]

New Year, New York

New Year, New York

I’m normally one for going east rather than west, but every now and again I get the urge to hunt down a bargain in New York. I’m normally defeated – nightly rates for decent hotels effortlessly exceed £200 – but once in a while I […]


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