Californian Road Trip – The Best Routes And Destinations

August 3, 2012

  Sunny California is famous for its stunning scenery, awesome weather, beautiful beaches, bronzed surfers, sensational sunsets and their wine, among other things. And what better destination for an epic road trip, than the sunshine state of California on the coast of the Pacific Ocean. There are loads of affordable flights on budget airlines heading [...]

Enjoying Sun, Sea and Food on the Algarve

July 18, 2012

Holidays in the Algarve have long been high on the popularity list with visitors from the UK, and deservedly so.  With its attractive white-washed villages and towns, extensive golden beaches, hidden sandy coves and harbors, it has enduring appeal to both the young and single, and families.  And holidays in Algarve resorts do not have [...]

Travel Tip: Save Time and Money With

May 30, 2012

So you’re coming to San Diego, but you’re still not sure where to stay. Now, you could go the usual route of searching one of the many bloated hotel search engines out there (I’m not going to name any names), or you could switch things up and get with the internet’s only hotel matchmaker, [...]

How to bag a bargain in the luxury travel market

May 29, 2012

We each have different ideas about what we want from a holiday. Some people like to explore and seek out adventure; others prefer to laze around on a beach and do virtually nothing, whilst some want to party and play all night and day. Similarly, notions of luxury vary from individual to individual. Some see [...]

Finding the best value holidays

May 28, 2012

How to get travelling bang for your buck with value holiday experts On The Beach In the search for a good break, many of us are turning our thoughts away from bagging the most easily available cheap holiday deals overseas, and focus our attention on ‘staycations’ and local holidays (something now popular enough to garner its own ad [...]

Eurpean Airports By The Numbers: An Infographic Journey

May 26, 2012

I’m huge fan of infographics, in part because I think at their core they are a fantastic way to sum up a lot of information in a quick and fun way that is not only eye-catching but also a great resource, kind of like a visual Wikipedia. Over the last several months, I’ve seen a [...]

Underwater utopia in Key Largo

May 3, 2012
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Above photo by Stig Nygaard via Flickr. Although this post isn’t about San Diego – we love to feature great places across the US and this fits the bill. Who wouldn’t love to go diving here?  What lurks under the sea is a constant source of fascination. From shipwrecks, coral reefs, brightly-coloured fish and legends of [...]

Your Holiday Packing Sorted

April 12, 2012
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No matter how hard you try to pack everything, there always seems to be something you forget to take on holiday with you! Whether it’s as silly as a toothbrush or catastrophic as your passport, we’ve all set off without some bit of kit that we meant to pack. It’s also easy to overlook arrangements [...]

15 Reasons To Get Backpackers Insurance For Your San Diego Trip

April 4, 2012
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San Diego’s perfect weather and pristine coastal environment–beaches, mountains and deserts–make America’s Finest City a top spot for outdoor recreational activities, which is why it’s a good idea to look into backpackers insurance for your trip to San Diego. I know what you are probably thinking, which is something along the lines of: “Insurance, I [...]

Ghost Fleet: A John Taylor Collection in Oceanside

March 30, 2012
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What do Microsoft and tennis superstar Andre Agassi, besides a love of cheap flights? John Taylor’s miniature reproductions; both hold Taylor’s work in their private collections. Taylor’s spontaneous use of careful research, materials and patina techniques come together to bring timeless portals into the real and imagined past of some of the most revolutionary airships [...]