Was it worth flying 3 hours each way for just 24 hours in this lovely city? Absolutely! Really friendly people, easy to navigate city with most things within a short walk and lots of great food & drink places.
Norway’s “Oil City” with a beautiful historically wooden old city centre and easy access to some of Norway’s most stunning landscape features.
The little known Perhentian Islands which mean “stopping point” in Malay, are a cluster of small islands which are situated off the east coast of Malaysia and offer relaxing, sun and sand filled days with beautiful scenery and stunning underwater life.
Our first view of Russia, from the air, was of frozen lakes, beaches covered by ice from the freezing sea and a bleak never ending landscape. That changed as the runway of St Petersburg airport came into view as the BA pilot landed (with a bump) and we taxi-ed to […]
The south coast of Iceland boasts some of the most beautiful natural places in the country. The area crams in a wild mix of volcanoes, glaciers, geysers, hot springs and waterfalls.