We got off the plane and out of habit immediately turned on our mobile phones. It’s true. We were in a place with no mobile connection. This is when you know you’re travelling somewhere a little off the beaten track.Read More
Every year for the past few years I’ve attend an invitation only travel show in Marrakech. It’s where I go to keep up to date with new developments in the travel industry, to meet with some of the fabulous hotels and people I work with abroad and to discover some wonderful and noteworthy places.
Here are a handful of hotels and experiences that I was most excited about this year. Many are newly, or not yet, opened, whilst some are old favourites reinvented. But all are worthy of some day-dreaming!Read More
With another year all wrapped up, and one where I did the most travelling ever, I need to challenge myself by setting the “travel bar” even higher in 2018. I have quite a few things already booked, but have made sure to leave room to squeeze in a few unexpected jaunts, whilst I continue to arrange some amazing trips for my clients.
Maybe like me, you are starting 2018 with a New Year’s resolution to travel more or try something new?
I hope you might find some inspiration from this short list of travel related things I’m looking forward to in 2018. If you would like some more information on the ideas below, or you have some wonderful ideas of your own that you would like help turning in to a reality, please do get in touch. I’m here to help make 2018 a fabulous travel year for you.Read More
If you’re looking for an exciting family holiday in a vibrant country, that will leave you and your children with amazing memories, then look no further than India. This multi-faceted country crackles with energy and colour and is totally unique: from cities like Mumbai and Delhi, to forts and palaces, desert ranges, tiger reserves, the beaches of Kerala and Goa, and astonishing sights like the iconic Taj Mahal. But, with so much to see and do and long distances to travel between many of the sights, you really don’t want to bite off more than you can chew in one trip, unless you want to spend the whole time in planes, trains and automobiles. And believe me, once experienced, India will captivate you and you will want to return.Read More