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Negotiating London’s Airports

March 20, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Travel

The city of London is served by 5 main airports – Heathrow, Luton, Stansted, City Airport and Gatwick. Which airport a visitor uses typically will depend on where the flight is coming in from or going to, or which airline one uses. Heathrow, the busiest London airport, has connections to scores of cities internationally, and …

Top 5 Cairngorm Hotels

March 5, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Travel

Need a holiday? But it’s the middle of winter. Surely it isn’t the time of year to be going away! Well, think again. Why not make the most of the recent snow instead of cowering away inside? Why not do something worthwhile and fun this winter?

Making the Most of Your Time in Scotland

February 24, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Travel

Scotland is a small country within another small country, but for its small size it punches way above its weight in terms of visitor attractions. Scotland has a huge amount to see and do, and even on longer breaks here it can be difficult to take in everything that this wonderful part of the British …

The Quest for Coffee in Perth and Glasgow

February 17, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Travel

In times of recession everyone cuts back on luxuries. Dining and drinking out, foreign holidays, and other less necessary expenses are cut away and meals, holidays at home and nights in with friends as opposed to out at the pub become the norm. However, recent research shows that despite nearly three years of financial cut …

Introducing Venezuela

February 10, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Travel

Venezuela is a much-overlooked South American country, and one which has an abundance of delights to offer to travelers. It’s certainly a very different place to some of the popular Central American destinations, as anyone who has ever decided to volunteer in Guatemala will soon see…

Lost in Translation

January 16, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Destinations

Fascinated with Scottish history, I have recently taken it upon myself to learn more about this interesting country. As I sit in my Aberdeen city centre hotel, it is apparent that I will never uncover the entire story of how Scotland came to be, since a good portion of its history has not been written, …