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Could Travel Company Bankruptcy Ruin Britain’s Holiday Season?

With the holiday season fast approaching, thousands of Britons are planning getaways to various overseas locales. Traditionally, British families have opted to use a travel agent to book overseas trips, accessing low-cost fares … Continue reading “Could Travel Company Bankruptcy Ruin Britain’s Holiday Season?”


Is a Public Transport Holiday Really Possible?

With Tokyo’s Narita International Airport now offering a high-speed rail connection to the city, it seems as if Japan’s monumental railway plans are nearing completion. The country boasts is home to the most … Continue reading “Is a Public Transport Holiday Really Possible?”


57% of Britons Would Like to Retire Overseas, Survey Data Shows

Just over forty percent of Britons would like to retire within the United Kingdom, data from a new survey by Aon Consulting has revealed. Over half of those consulted would prefer to retire … Continue reading “57% of Britons Would Like to Retire Overseas, Survey Data Shows”


Buying Travel Insurance? Watch Out For Limited Coverage

There’s no shortage of confusing deals in the travel insurance industry. From partial coverage to completely rotten agreements, the number of potential loopholes and justifications is miles long, and loaded with negative incentives. … Continue reading “Buying Travel Insurance? Watch Out For Limited Coverage”


AirAsia’s Rapid Expansion: How One Budget Airline is Winning Asia

Malaysian low-cost carrier AirAsia has taken the world by storm since commencing operation in 1996. Over the last decade, the airline has won a considerable amount of business throughout SE Asia and its … Continue reading “AirAsia’s Rapid Expansion: How One Budget Airline is Winning Asia”


JetBlue Flight Attendant’s ‘Meltdown’ May Have Improved Onboard Etiquette

Travel industry employees may have found their Robin Hood. JetBlue flight attendant Steven Slater sparked a media frenzy after he dramatically quit his job at the airline, leaving an airliner through its emergency … Continue reading “JetBlue Flight Attendant’s ‘Meltdown’ May Have Improved Onboard Etiquette”


Russia’s Siberian Extremities are Becoming More Accessible to Travellers

Who goes on holiday to Siberia? Well, according to recent statistics from Russia’s Tourism Board, a greater number of people every year. While the remote Russian back country may not feature on the … Continue reading “Russia’s Siberian Extremities are Becoming More Accessible to Travellers”


Disney Increases Prices: Are the Resorts Still Worth It?

Disney has announced a price increase for its Anaheim and Orlando theme parks. The Disneyland and Disneyworld resorts will see an across-the-board price increase of approximately five percent, bringing the theme park pricing … Continue reading “Disney Increases Prices: Are the Resorts Still Worth It?”


More Than Just Strange Costumes: Exploring Tokyo’s Yoyogi Park

Snuggled into Japan’s fashion capital in Harajuku is Yoyogi Park – a large relaxation area offering all a tired traveller could need. Known internationally for the bizarre costumes on display and the public … Continue reading “More Than Just Strange Costumes: Exploring Tokyo’s Yoyogi Park”


Blade Runner Berlin: Night-time Sights in Germany’s Best City

There’s no doubt that Berlin is one of Europe’s top cultural destinations. Alongside an immense collection of classical relics, the megacity is home to some of the world’s most interesting and immaculately preserved … Continue reading “Blade Runner Berlin: Night-time Sights in Germany’s Best City”


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