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isail whitsundays review

Sailing with ISail Whitsundays and Blizzard

While in the Witsundays we sent our trusted contributor Jason Hosler from¬†jasonsadventuretravels.ca¬†to try out a sailing tour from ISail. One of the most beautiful areas in the world to sail. Here's his full report. First, a short history ISail Whitsundays was started in…
Where to go trekking in Spain

Trekking in Tenerife – Part 2

Exploring the lesser known trekking trails of Tenerife in the Canary Islands, we sent our intrepid contributor Paul Dow from TravMonkey.com to check out what alternatives there are to a holiday on an Island known for it's party resorts. You can read…
Walking holidays in Tenerife

Trekking in Tenerife – A diary

What do you know about Tenerife? If anything it's likely to be the parties, nightlife, streets for of clubs and drunken brits abroad. But there is so much more to this Island than you might think. A volcanic island means there's lots…
Prasta Thom, Koh Ker Cambodia

How to see Angkor temples in Cambodia

In recent years the temples of Angkor Wat in Cambodia have become a tourist mecca. Sometimes as crowded as the tourist spots of Venice, their immense beauty and power can be diluted by the hundreds or thousands of people there with you. Thankfully…

Orient Express British Pullman Review

Since the early 19th century the railways of Great Britain have been a culture defining part of British life. The train services in England these days are often mocked for their delays and overcrowding, but it's hard to ignore the history of…
Learning to ski again

Learning to ski in Bulgaria

When I was 15 my school organised a skiing holiday to Austria. I jumped at the chance to visit another country with people other than my parents! A week in the snow in Austria seemed magical to me and after just 2…