Crucemundo in English is “crossing the world”, and how fitting given Europe’s latest cruise line now operate routes covering the Adriatic, the Danube, the Rhine, the Volga, beautiful Lake Baikal and even the great Nile river. Last December I joined them for their “Christmas in Flanders” route, so that I can share this Crucemundo review with you.
Ball rolling is a simple idea. A person or persons get inside a huge ball, like being inside spherical bubble wrap, the ball is half-filled with some water, and then rolled down a hill. Sounds fun to me. Sometimes referred to as zorbing, the best place to zorb in Rotorua is OGO. I reviewed OGO to get you all the information you need.
This is my review of the luxurious Vilamendhoo island and resort in the Maldives, where I was fortunate enough to stay in and review one of their over water jacuzzi villas. In what would turn out to be one of my favourite reviews, Vilamendhoo Resort and Spa gets my honest feedback. Continue reading “An Honest Vilamendhoo Review (Maldives)”
I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to review the Adaaran Select Meedhupparu, in the Maldives. If you haven’t yet read it or seen the video, my journey here was rocky to say the least, see here. Alternatively, read on for my complete review of Meedhupparu and the Adaaran Select resort.
Wondering what to do in Budapest? Whether or not to go? I went to Budapest this Summer and it is a fantastic city, that everybody should visit at least once. I have filtered down the things to do, so that you can maximise your time here!
I wanted to stay in a 5 * hotel in Budapest, and there are a few options. After much deliberation and research I opted for the Corinthia. It was to be one of my favourite business trips to date, and this post is my complete and honest review of the Corinthia Hotel in Budapest.
I chose the Corinthia for many reasons, including location, spa facilities, lounge facilities and personal recommendations. I had heard from other respected travellers very positive reviews about Corinthia hotels in general, and I wanted to see for myself.
On my recent trip to Budapest with some friends, I had the opportunity to work with BeersOnWheels Budapest, a beer bike company in Budapest. I had never even been on a beer bike, so I was definitely excited to review Beers On Wheels Budapest!
If you’re unsure what a beer bike is, it’s basically a multi passenger vehicle driven by pedal power that has the added bonus of beer pumps being hooked up to a beer keg. This now means that you can get fit whilst drinking beer, the dream!
If you are wondering which hotel is the best place to stay in Kuala Lumpur, or what area is the best to stay in, then look no further. I have compiled the ultimate list of where to stay in Kuala Lumpur!
I’ve not long got back from a short break in Puerto Del Carmen, Lanzarote, and thought it would be handy to make a quick guide of the do’s and don’t’s, complete with some mini reviews, so you know what to do in Lanzarote.
To some this place is merely a warmer Benidorm, to others it is a volcanic wonderland.
Continue reading “What to do in Puerto Del Carmen, Lanzarote”
La Tomatina is the festivals official name, and throwing tomatoes in Spain is the game, but is it any good? I was lucky enough to be given the opportunity to review La Tomatina, which had been on my bucket list for over a decade! This classic tomato throwing festival dates back to a 1940’s feud in Spain and has grown exponentially ever since. Is it just a tourist trap now? Read on for a complete guide to La Tomatina festival, including everything you need to know and all the tips and tricks to maximise your time there.
In January I had the opportunity to review the quirky Lady Hamilton Hotel in Stockholm.
Nestled in Gamla Stan, the location on paper looks unbeatable, within walking distance of everything Stockholm has to offer. The reality when you arrive is no different, and after a swift 15 minute walk from the Arlanda Express terminal (if you are flying in) you are in the beating heart of Stockholm on the doorstep of a very funky, folk style hotel.
Basalt columns jutting out of the ocean spectacularly… but is it worth such a long journey? And what is the best way to get there?