Blog Posts

Looking for destination inspiration? We've assembled the best UK travel bloggers to help. If you're thinking of going, these travel bloggers have been there and are bursting with thoughtful advice backed by real-life experiences

...

1st April 2021 by PommieTravels

10 things to do in Bangkok

With heavy traffic, huge high-rise buildings and oppressive humidity, it can take a while to adjust to life in Bangkok. Thailand’s capital is a big, chaotic city, but don’t let this put you off. As you explore further you’ll find opulent palaces, colourful markets and all kinds of nightlife. When I visited Thailand for the first time, my friend told me I shouldn’t spend any time in Bangkok on my way to Koh Samui. “There’s not really much to do there but shopping and it’s dirty”...

...

1st April 2021 by Two Monkey's Travel

Weekend itinerary in Bergerac, France

Bergerac is a town in France. It is famous for its Old Town’s buildings and castles. It is located in the Department of Dordogne in which would give you the opportunity to visit the famous Dordogne river. You can do canoe trips or cruise here. But not only that, Bergerac, France surely has a lot to offer. From visiting old churches and Old Town to wine tasting in its museum. We really can’t get enough of this wonderful town in France....

...

1st April 2021 by Hand Luggage Only

9 best things to do in Southampton

Perched in the south of England, the city of Southampton has heaps of history, galleries and museums to explore. There’s honestly a shed load of the best things to do in Southampton dotted all across the city. This all makes it the kind of place that’s perfect for a day trip or a longer weekend getaway....

...

1st April 2021 by Emily Luxton

6 of the very best places to visit in Kathmandu

A place where Hinduism collides harmoniously with Buddhism, Kathmandu is the largest city and the capital of Nepal. Known as the “City of Temples” and home to dozens of incredible places to visit, Kathmandu is an enigmatic and wild city that should be on every traveller’s wish list. Kathmandu is a city unlike any other. Unique, chaotic, and crazy, this is a place where cultures collide. The eclectic mix of architectures, cuisines, and influences can feel overwhelming, but there’s a...

...

1st April 2021 by Budget Traveller

The last time I saw Thailand

Like Bourdain, I’ve been fortunate to have visited Thailand a few times. Three to be precise. The last time I saw Thailand was just after Xmas, 2018. We had just spent Christmas in the dreamy town of Luang Prabang in Laos. After the blissfully meditative humdrum life of Luang Prabang a return to Bangkok was a return to the comfort of chaos, of extremes that is the DNA of all my best backpacking memories in South East Asia. No one ever forgets that first intense zap of muggy humid heat that...

...

29th March 2021 by Hand Luggage Only

10 very best things to do in Plymouth, England

Nestled on the south coast of beautiful Devon, Plymouth is a historical city with hundreds of years of maritime history. Not only that, there’s a heap of spots to see and the best things to do in Plymouth that make it a great little city break whilst exploring wider Devon. Over the centuries, Plymouth has seen its fair share of histories; all of which has shaped the city of the years. Home to England’s biggest seaports and naval bases, the city basks in rich maritime history, which includes...

...

29th March 2021 by Hand Luggage Only

8 best things to do in Carlisle

Just shy of the Scottish border, Carlisle is one of the most northerly cities in England to visit. With centuries of history, markets and even castles, it’s the kind of city that’s well worth a little gander whilst within the North of England. Now, although you might not be visiting Carlisle on a dedicated trip, it’s the kind of city that’s really easy to tag-along to a wider trip of the region....

...

29th March 2021 by Two Monkey's Travel

Travel guide to Tbilisi, Georgia

If you’re thinking of going to Georgia, then you must know that Tbilisi, its capital, is a must-visit. The old town, fortresses, museums, and ruins would give you a deeper insight about the country’s rich and interesting history. The unique architecture of the Orthodox churches, buildings, and other structures are all worth it. Offering a panoramic and picturesque view, anyone would definitely have a wonderful trip here. So to know more about this city, we made a Tbilisi travel guide just...

...

1st April 2021 by Hand Luggage Only

9 very best things to do in Sacramento

Nestled around 90-miles from San Francisco, Sacramento is California’s capital and a great place to visit. From historical to world-class museums, there’s a heap of epic spots and the best things to do in Sacramento that’ll fill up your trip to the city. Now, from an “across the pond” perspective, you might not visit Sacramento on a stand-alone trip. Though don’t get it confused, that doesn’t mean it’s not worth visiting… far from!...

...

29th March 2021 by Two Monkey's Travel

10 best things to do in Cancun

Cancun is a city in Mexico situated on the Yucatán Peninsula. It borders the Caribbean Sea and is popularly known for its beaches, parties, nightlife, and resorts. It has 2 specific areas; El Centro, which is the more traditional part, and Zona Hotelera (or Hotel Zone) which is composed of high-end hotels, shops, restaurants, and clubs. If you want to spend your summer holiday at the beach, Cancun is one of the best options since it offers a lot of beaches for its tourists. To know more about...

...

26th March 2021 by Inside the Travel Lab

The best Wales road trip itinerary

The best Wales road trip itinerary starts in the south by sweeping through the capital city of Cardiff and the Brecon Beacons. It travels along past Swansea and the Gower and then north through Pembrokeshire to university town Aberystwyth and into the north proper. The northern part of the loop takes in Anglesey, Snowdonia and Llandudno, before sweeping east via the UNESCO World Heritage Site Pontcysyllte Aqueduct. After that, it's back into England's rolling pastures or international airports...

...

26th March 2021 by Two Monkey's Travel

How to spend 3 days in south Tenerife

Tenerife has two parts, the North and the South. Each of them has different characteristics. From their weather to restaurants, traditions, and culture. However, both are extremely wonderful and worth to visit. In this article, we will be focusing on South Tenerife, Spain. It offers a lot of fun and exciting activities. South Tenerife Airport is also the second busiest airport (next to Gran Canaria) in the Canary Islands. ...