Category Archives: Relaxing Travel

The Best Apps for Travel in 2016

Best Travel Apps 2016 Bringing your smart phone along while traveling used to be a faux pas. Nowadays most smart travelers wouldn't dream of living home without it. With the best apps for travel in 2016 you can see more, do more, save more, and be safer while traveling abroad. So download some of t these best apps for travel, login to wifi or swap-in your travel SIM, and get travelling! Google Translate Google's web based translations have been a widely used (and misused) for years. Their Google Translate mobile

Make your next holiday a 360 degree trip!

Find yourself getting easily bored after a few days in lying in a sun lounger? Next time, take a well-rounded holiday by going on trips that offer a variety of experiences within a two week space. Below, we outline several amazing destinations that embody this philosophy to the letter, as they present a long list of options that will banish the word “dull” from your vocabulary... 1) New York City & Miami, USA Start your American adventure by arriving in New York City, which is

Garden State road trip: coastal highlights of New Jersey

A road trip is the perfect way to explore the highlights of New Jersey, the most prominent of which is the 127 miles of white sand beaches along the Jersey Shore. This coastal region stretches from Sandy Hook in the north of New Jersey to Cape May in the south. If you're from outside the US, make sure to secure your ESTA visa before heading to the Garden State to avoid any problems. Start at Cape May on the southern tip of the peninsula. This is a Historic Landmark City, and the Victorian

Things To Do On Your Holidays

COOKING COURSES It is one thing to travel to a new destination and taste its culinary delights and it is another thing to crave for the same delicacies when you go back home. Some destinations in the world are famous for their delicious cuisines including France, Italy, Mexico, Morocco and Spain. Take cooking classes in the destination of choice, enjoy learning about exotic spices, using local products and immerse in a new culture. With the growing foodie culture, culinary tourism and increasing

Airport stop over? How to survive the boredom

Having done a few indirect flights, and also long-haul flights with airport stop overs for refuelling etc, I’ve come to the conclusion that the situation often makes you feel like you’re stuck in limbo. It’s like some parallel universe where you know you’re on your way somewhere, but you’ve been sidetracked and you’re waiting for everything to right itself. It’s a pain, but in the case of a long-haul refuel, if you want to get there safely, then it’s very necessary! Getting