Top 3 Places to Travel by Rail

Most of us frequently travel by train and our experience of this once sophisticated and elegant mode of transport is equally shared, and often equally dismal. If you’re used to travelling by rail, either as part of your daily commute or to visit friends and family around the country, you’ll be familiar with delayed and overbooked trains, irritating fellow travellers, ... Read More »

Enjoy a romantic escape in the Caribbean

If you’re thinking about taking a romantic holiday – whether it’s your honeymoon or you just feel like going on a special break with your partner – I certainly recommend that you visit the Caribbean. With the region famous for its golden beaches and glorious weather, it’s the perfect spot for spending some quality time together. Read More »

European Road Trip

Have you ever dreamed of seeing just a little more of Europe but wouldn’t know where to begin? We’ve planned the perfect European Road Trip, taking you to seven beautiful European countries and we’ve jam packed each city with a list of things to do and see. Intrigued?? Read More »

Dreamy Dubai days

When you look out of your office window and see a blanket grey sky there is only one thing for it.  A holiday.  And where else to really holiday like the rich and famous, and shrug off the eternal winter blues, than dreamy Dubai. Read More »

4 Unique Ways to Showcase Your Travel Photos

The hardest part of travelling is usually coming home and getting back to reality. It’s easy for your amazing travel pictures to slowly get forgotten while they sit on your computer’s hard drive, only be to be looked at occasionally. There’s no reason why you shouldn’t be able to celebrate your great getaway on a daily basis, so check out ... Read More »

Drive Holidays in Australia: 5 Animals to Look Out for on the Road

The numerous populations of wildlife make driving in Australia a challenge especially after sunset. Roadways may travel along farms or ranches having no fences, which increases the likelihood of livestock inadvertently wandering onto the road. In Northern Territory and Western Australia, wild animals commonly cross the road in front of vehicles. Once in the beam of headlights, animals often freeze ... Read More »

Darwin: an Irish Guide to an Australian City

After a recent visit to Darwin, Australia I couldn’t help but notice that there was a large Irish community and who can blame them for upping and leaving Ireland after the luck they’ve had. It definitely hasn’t been the typical ‘luck of the Irish’. The last couple of years has involved a change in currency, a recession and continued ‘peace ... Read More »