Businesses are seeing the cost of transporting goods and general travel dictating that either profits are dropping or that the cost of the items they sell are having to rise. In turn, individuals are finding that not only are they struggling to afford to fuel their cars, but also that the cost of living in general is rising proportionately, hitting many very hard.
There’s so much to do to get ready for a holiday. First up the packing and making sure everyone has everything they need. Then it always pays to do a passport check. Nothing worse than turning up at the airport without this vital piece of documentation. Almost done. Just check the flight times and sort out transport to the airport. Most people like the convenience of driving, but they don’t always remember to check out all the parking options before they set off. And it’s worth seeing what the choice is, because parking at Leeds Bradford airport isn’t just restricted to the official car park.
There are certain travel destinations that really stir the imagination. Full of glamour, mystery and romance. And there are certain types of holiday that people are keen to try. Something a little different, out of the ordinary. River Nile cruises have captured the imagination for decades. They appeal to all sorts of different people and generations. It’s one of the those trips that people just have to experience to see how incredible they are.
These days people don’t have to travel down to the main airport terminals like Heathrow and Gatwick to start their holidays. Which is great news for people in other parts of the UK. There’s nothing worse than finishing a holiday and then having a marathon drive home from the airport. Now that air travel has become much cheaper, regional airports are thriving and it’s good news for local customers.
Everyone wants to have the best holiday that they can, with the perfect combination of destination and accommodation being the Holy Grail. Villa holidays are the ideal choice for a lot of people and if they choose wisely there’s no end to the enjoyment that can be found, but just how can you go about … Read more
Packed with sights, sounds, culture and activities, Cape Town keeps her visitors coming back time and time again. For first time visitors the huge variety of options can be overwhelming. Below is a day trip itinerary to get to know some of the Cape Town City Bowl area. Cape Town car hire makes day trips in and around the city easy and flexible.
A queen of cities, Cape Town is unforgettable and a worthy bearer of the name the Mother City. Few cities can match her stunning setting, natural beauty or range of outdoor activities. A city with a European head and an African heart, from boutique shopping stores to large modern malls, al fresco dining and gourmet restaurants serving local and international fare, cosmopolitan flare, culture and tradition all melted into a small but bustling city.
Spanish hotels and paradores owners are continuing to stand tall in their fight against tour operator, Thomas Cook.
Luxury hotels in London conjure up images of the very grandest hotels. Ones that are famous the world over,like the Dorchester and Claridges. Where celebrities and movers and shakers from the world of business rub shoulders. The closest most of us get to hotels of this calibre is by booking afternoon tea for a special occasion. How the other half live!
From climbing up the side of a mountain to trekking through a rainforest in heat that would incapacitate a particularly resilient snake, adventure holidays are slowly becoming more and more common and more and more popular.
Having hung up the surf gear and headed inland for winter, perhaps a little adventure out into the great British outdoors seems tempting. Discounting the girl Guides and Scouts, most average folks are unfamiliar with things like kindling, water sourcing and illnesses like hypothermia and shock. One thing most people CAN do is find a nice little hole to do their “business” in!
In the UK it’s actually quite difficult to get good and lost in the average belt of countryside. Of course mountain safety is a pressing issue, with the likes of Snowdon and the Peak District unfortunately claiming the lives of outdoor enthusiasts. These accidents and events are thankfully rare, and the majority of lost folks simply spend a cold, muggy few hours waiting for help or seeking assistance.