Cultural tourism is big business. Some people seek to embark on their travels with the sole intention of having a ‘cultural’ experience, whereas others may experience culture as a byproduct of their trip. We can argue that there is some form of cultural tourism in most holidays (even when taking an all-inclusive holiday you might […]
The Longjing Tea Plantation has to be one of my favourite places that we have visited in Hangzhou. Whilst I like the city life, I also love the feel of the countryside! The Longjing Tea Plantation offers a cultural insight into village life in the West Lake scenic area of Hangzhou and no trip to […]
Jet lag with toddlers can be tricky to manage. As if the terrible twos and the tantrums and fussiness that come with it are not enough, we then decide to throw them off-kilter even more by travelling across time zones! Yes, jet lag with toddlers can have negative impacts on your holiday, BUT it doesn’t […]
Google plays a big role in everyday life for many, but never did I realize just how much some might actually rely on it. I arrived at a restaurant in Moscow where I was greeted by a group of Russians that wanted to befriend us. They bought us shots of Russian vodka (tradition over there) […]
After finding out that I could buy 14 bottles of lush French red wine for under £20, I couldn’t help but fall in love with the country that little bit more… I do love a bargain… And I good like a good vino…win win!!
This post was last updated on July 30th, 2018 at 05:58 pmWhen you go on holiday you are often dragged into bars and clubs by the PR workers. And this is especially the case in 18-30 type destinations, where the workers are paid to entice you into their bars and fuel you with cheaply made […]