Month: July 2018

Striding Edge in the Lake District

7 Of The Best Walks In Britain

Families, friends, walking groups, day-trippers, long-distance ramblers and adventure-scramblers, get ready. Whatever type of walker you are, it’s sure that the fair and great British Isles will have a trail for you. Forget about weather woes and do as the Brits do – pack a raincoat (whatever the season), lace up those hiking boots and…

Nike shoes jumping in green field

5 Ways To Stay Fit When Travelling

Looking after your wellbeing while travelling is very important, and many travellers like to stay fit and healthy while they’re away, whether it’s a holiday or a business trip. But maintaining a routine can be hard, so we caught up with personal trainer Kirsty Warren for some tips and advice on how to keep fit…

Supergrove tress in SIngapore

24 Hours In… Singapore

Singapore is a popular transit spot for long-haul flights, especially between Australia, New Zealand and Europe. So if you find yourself there with a lengthy stopover, why not get out of the airport and make the most of what Singapore has to offer with our guide to what to do, from the moment you arrive…

Woman crossing the bridge over lake on a foggy winter day.

Pre-Travel Anxiety: What It Is And How To Cope

Many people experience pre-travel anxiety before a trip, whether it’s their first trip or their tenth. Whether you’re scared of flying or feel stressed about packing for your trip, there are ways to minimise your anxiety. Travelling can be (and should be) a wonderful experience, but planning for a trip can leave even the savviest,…

How To Not Be An Annoying Traveller

Whether you travel for business or leisure, there’s no doubt that sometimes you’ll run into other travellers who break the unspoken rules of travel. You know the type; bringing pungent snacks onto the aeroplane, taking off socks mid flight, or letting their limbs spill onto your side of the arm rest. What’s worse, you may…