Holidays & Travel

Why Biggleswade is the Best Place for Families to Live

Biggleswade is a market town set on the River Isel in Bedfordshire. It is known for its convenient London commute, but there’s certainly more to this town than a train station. Biggleswade has plenty to offer both locals and visitors. What is about this market town that makes it a good spot for families?


It must be said that one of the main draws of living in Biggleswade is how close it is to London. Travelling from St Pancras to Biggleswade , on average, takes 45 minutes. The property company, CBRE, announced Biggleswade as the best value commuter town. So,...



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Kerala Tourism Opening Soon After Covid Effect

Authored by kumar77
Posted: Tue, 12/15/2020 - 12:56pm

Blessed with a fertile land and serene backwaters, this southern state of India is a tropical paradise indeed. Fondly called ‘God’s own country’, Kerala is bejeweled by the blue Arabian Sea, the majestic Western Ghats along with calm, swirling backwaters.

Each of the 14 districts of Kerala have a unique appeal, like the coastal regions of Alleppey, Kottayam and Ernakulam have the finest beaches and backwaters, while hilly districts of Idukki and Wayanad have cooler climate and scenic valleys.The hill towns of Kerala enjoy a pleasant and refreshing climate all year round. Thanks to...

megabus offers thousands of extra coach seats and urges families and friends to book ahead for Christmas

Authored by News Desk
Posted: Sun, 12/13/2020 - 10:39pm

Stagecoach, Britain's biggest bus and coach operator, has today announced that 5,600 extra socially-distanced seats are being made available on its megabus coaches over the Christmas period, and urges families and friends planning to be reunited to book ahead.

With support from the Department for Transport, Stagecoach can offer extra megabus seats from all the major cities and many regions across the country including the North East, Leeds, Sheffield, Manchester, Birmingham, Nottingham, Bristol, Cardiff and London. Additional seats will also be offered on services to and from...

Christmas rip-off: UK travel routes on five-day Christmas break up to 105% more expensive

Authored by David Banks
Posted: Sun, 12/13/2020 - 6:21am

New research by travel money experts, FairFX , has revealed Brits planning to travel across the UK during the relaxed five-day Christmas break could end up paying more than double compared to just a week earlier.

Analysing the cost of one-way tickets for popular flight, train, ferry and coach routes during the period of relaxed Covid-19 restrictions, FairFX found an average price increase of 105% compared to just one week earlier, with some routes as much as 215% more expensive.

The research comes following announcements from all four UK Governments confirming travel...

5 Reasons why the city of Exeter might be your next travel destination!

Authored by Sam Richards
Posted: Wed, 12/09/2020 - 6:06am

The beloved city of Exeter might not be as popularly mentioned as London or Manchester when it comes to world renowned british cities, however it surely is a powerful underdog compared to the two. Exeter truly is a great travel destination for people of all ages, with numerous attractions, places to visit, and an intriguing history.

Being one of the oldest cities in England, the city of Exeter has plenty of historical remains and artifacts that date back up to two thousand years!

Did you know that Exeter has a divine food scene stemming from locally produced goods,...

Three reasons why you should use a private jet for traveling

Authored by David Banks
Posted: Sun, 12/06/2020 - 10:08am

Are you a world explorer? Do you want to make your business traveling easier? If yes, then you must choose a private jet for travel. Usually, people think that private jet charter costs highly, which could only be offered by millionaires. So you may be on the wrong assumption as there are many deals you can avail. Now the market is flooded with private jets and specific discounts.

So making a private charter as your first decision for traveling is now easier. Here in this piece of writing, we will also make you know about some reasons why choosing private jets is advantageous. So...

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7 Hacks You Should Know When Taking Your Dog for a Trip

Authored by David Banks
Posted: Wed, 12/02/2020 - 10:28am

Traveling is an exciting time because this is when people can leave all their stress, responsibilities, and workload behind to recharge and have fun. Pet owners deserve a relaxing time abroad as well, even if it’s just a road trip. Leaving your furry friend behind can be stressful for a lot of dog owners and the key to a happy trip is to avoid stressing out about things. When hiring a pet sitter isn’t an option, then taking your dog with you is the best choice. Owners must plan the trip out conveniently for the pup to ensure its safety and comfort.

Read on to learn more about 7...

Why Croatia is an underrated cruise destination

Authored by Claire Small
Posted: Wed, 12/02/2020 - 9:48am

Croatia is one of the best European tourist locations located in the Balkans. Like quite a bit of Europe, Croatia brags its offer of archaic urban areas and historical vestiges, yet what makes this nation excellent is its abundance of dazzling common and natural attractions places, for example, the Plitvice Lakes, the awesome Adriatic coastlines, and flawless islands. Once you visit these best visiting places in Croatia then you will never again forget about Croatia cruises and all the sites that have to offer.

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The Krka National Park Located in Central...

Plymouth based travel expert makes dreams come true

Authored by Duncan Little
Posted: Fri, 11/27/2020 - 9:20am

With ‘lockdown’ officially becoming the ‘word of the year,’ many people are looking to 2021 to sprinkle some much-needed magic into their holiday plans and, perhaps, to do something a little bit different.

And travel specialist Karen Thornton is rapidly becoming the ‘go to’ person to make those holiday dreams come true.

With an award-winning career spanning almost three decades in the travel industry, she’s renowned for adding those all-important personal touches to a tailor-made holiday which will make it so memorable.

Karen works closely with all her clients to...

6 Useful Tips To Remember When Traveling With A Deaf Person

Authored by David Banks
Posted: Mon, 11/23/2020 - 10:07am

You’re traveling to a new country and everything is going well for you, up to the point when misunderstandings occur due to your companion’s special needs, so what should you do?. There’s no denying that traveling can be especially difficult for deaf people, with everyone being too occupied with their personal business to recognize the needs of a deaf person when they see one. For that reason, you might want to step in and be your friend’s guide while traveling. To achieve this, here are 6 useful tips that you should keep in mind.

1. Maintain Eye Contact

The eyes are the...

Things to Know When Moving to the UK

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Posted: Sat, 11/21/2020 - 3:43pm

UK Immigration Facts

When you decide to move to the UK permanently you will have to apply to the EU Settlement scheme . You will also have to apply for settlement if you are a Turkish business person or worker. The settlement is also possible in the event of a humanitarian or refugee protection situation. You can also apply for residence in the UK if you are a stateless person. You will have to prove that you have a legitimate right to be a resident in the UK.

In some cases, a person will have to apply for settlement when their partner dies especially if the settlement...