Sunshine. Beautiful beaches. Drinking sprees. And good food. This is just part of what sums up Spain as a holiday destination. There’s more fun to be had here than any of us can guess, unless we experience it for ourselves. Hema Ahuja went on a … Continue readingThe 7 experiences that will make you never want to leave Spain
You’d be forgiven if all you knew of Iceland was the impressive Northern Lights or the equally impressive 2016 Euro Iceland football squad – but there’s so much more to the country. Here’s why Iceland often tops the list of holiday destinations, especially for women: … Continue readingIceland – why is it a perfect holiday spot for women?
When I told my mum that I was travelling by myself to Bhutan, she raised an eyebrow. When I added that I was joining an all-women group to Bhutan, organized by Byond Travel, the other eyebrow curved upwards too, in disbelief. (By the way, we‘re … Continue readingThe Irresistible Perks Of Group Travel (as told by a solo traveller)
From visiting the town that everyone suspects is the lost city of Atlantis to attending a Greek wedding, Gavrilis Stelios gives us his recommendations on how to explore and enjoy Santorini the local way. (CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION on our group trips to Greece!) … Continue readingEyewitness: Gavrilis Stelios, Santorini
From peacocks to chocolate and siesta timings to hole-in-the-wall dining, Michelle Vaz takes us on a tour of Spain’s capital, gives us an insider’s perspective and shares recommendations on how to experience Madrid the local way. (We’re heading to Spain this August to attend LA TOMATINA … Continue readingEyewitness: Michelle Vaz, Madrid
Bhutan is no ordinary place. This Himalayan kingdom that borders India may be small in size but not in stature. It’s a land of soaring mountain peaks and beautiful Buddhist monasteries, filled with magic, myth and momos, where thousands of prayer flags flutter in the … Continue reading9 ways Bhutan is cooler than India (and many other places in the world)