We flew into Phnom Penh from Vietnam (however, you can also book a Bus from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh) and after a small wait at immigration to get our visa on entry, were through, collecting our bags and into our waiting car (as always the board said Mr Ben!). […]
My trip started with a smug feeling – a £1 one way car hire to Heathrow. Made even better when the chap who took the car from me, waived the petrol charged. This isn’t a marketing ploy; Europcar need to move cars around the country/world, so have a semi secret […]
Can you believe that there is a small string of islands only 45 miles off the coast of England which have empty white sandy beaches, tropical coloured blue sea and palm trees? Nope me neither – but a small smattering of photos online seemed to confirm this which is why […]
We flew into Belfast and after a short shuttle ride (in the party bus!) to the Avis car rental, we drove 1.5 hours in the dark to The Smugglers Inn hotel near Bushmills which was our base for the next two nights. Despite arriving late, we were greeted very warmly […]
Our taxi driver picked us up at the ungodly hour of 5am from our hotel in Tallinn and quickly whisked us to the ferry terminal through the heavily falling snow. After a short time waiting for the ticket barriers to open, we then boarded our massive car & people ferry […]
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.
We flew from Ishiagki in Japan with Hong Kong Express. Coming into land at the Hong Kong International airport was incredible with mile after mile of new bridges and roads being built far out into the ocean with massive oil rigs scattered around like confetti. After a short delay […]
We flew from Bristol with EasyJet (£8.17 per person for the return portion of the flight!), and it was a smooth and short flight across the Channel, over the beautiful west coastline of France before dropping through thick clouds onto soaking wet black tarmac next to the very new Bilbao […]
Billed as an open air conservation area and living museum in North Holland, it is around a 30 minute drive from Amsterdam and huddles along the picturesque banks of the river Zaan. Lined with historic windmills, there really is nowhere else like it in the world.
Billed as an open air conservation area and living museum in North Holland, it is around a 30 minute drive from Amsterdam and huddles along the picturesque banks of the river Zaan. Lined with historic windmills, there really is nowhere else like it in the world.Read More
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