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Having someone go above and beyond to make your experience memorable is certainly satisfying: we asked seasoned travel experts to share their most memorable experience of someone going the extra mile during their travels.

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Kavita Favelle | Kavey Eats

May 23, 2019

The Best City Breaks in Scandinavia

Scandinavian cities are a perfect choice for a summer citybreak getaway. We explore the five best cities across the Scandinavian region to visit. Each of our chosen Scandi cities is beautiful, and offers a wonderful mix of city bustle and a serene natural environment within close reach. The post The Best City Breaks in Scandinavia […]

Janine Thomas | Gastrotravelogue

May 23, 2019


Who doesn’t enjoy a leisurely brunch?  Meeting friends and catching up with a glass or two of chilled champagne is one of my favourite things to do over a weekend. I reached out to a couple of travel bloggers for their input and between us, we have come up with some of the best brunches […]

Inka Piegsa Quischotte | Glamour Granny Travels

May 23, 2019

discover the island of elba in style

Discover the island of Elba in style When emperor Napoleon was exiled to Elba in 1814 he didn’t exactly have to live in squalor. He was allowed a personal guard of 600 men and lived in a rather sumptuous villa. After 300 days though, he managed to escape. See for yourself what a ‘royal exile’ […]

Linda and David Holland | Retired and Travelling

May 23, 2019

Many Reasons Why To Use A VPN When Travelling

We Always Use A VPN When Travelling We always use a VPN when travelling. Do you? Many people think of VPNs as something that only computer-savvy geeks use. Or something that is mandatory for business travellers accessing their company networks. As a former technology executive, I probably am a bit […] The post Many Reasons […]

Lee Foster | Foster Travel Publishing

May 23, 2019

Junipero Serra’s Mission at Carmel, California

The story of Junipero Serra’s mission at Carmel, California reflects many of the influences that the Franciscan leader had on the Golden State. The post Junipero Serra’s Mission at Carmel, California appeared first on Foster Travel Publishing.

Nancy D Brown | What A Trip Travels with Nancy D Brown

May 23, 2019

Why I Travel

This is a guest post by Susan Guillory of The Unexplorer. I asked myself this question recently: why do I travel? Travel is not cheap. I hate airports and cramped seats on the airplane. Coming home after being somewhere else is usually a letdown. So why do I travel? Here’s why. 1. I Have Appreciation for the Mundane Find […]

Judy Freedman | A Boomer's Life After 50

May 23, 2019

From 2019 Travel Trends — It’s Clear Boomers Are On the Go

One of my yoga buddies is going to Thailand, another friend just returned from Ireland, and another is in Israel right now. Soon if all goes as planned I’ll be heading to London and Sicily. There’s no doubt about it,… The post From 2019 Travel Trends — It’s Clear Boomers Are On the Go appeared […]

Suzanne Stavert | Adventures of Empty Nesters

May 23, 2019

A Restaurant Called Hippo in Highland Park – Curious Name, Delicious Food!

  Hippo in Highland Park Wow! We finally had a moment to visit a restaurant called Hippo in Highland Park. Highland Park is a small, but mighty foodie town just outside of Los Angeles and it is experiencing quite an exciting renaissance. Buildings are being renovated and inventive delicious restaurants are popping up very frequently. […]

Kathy Marris | 50 Shades of Age

May 23, 2019

New Lenses for Smart Phone Cameras

When I’m travelling or just having a short weekend break somewhere I often can’t be bothered taking my big DLSR camera with me. Let’s face it my camera is heavy, takes up valuable luggage space and is cumbersome to lug around at times. Plus if I want to take my extra lenses for my camera,… […]

Linda Malys Yore | Linda on the Run

May 23, 2019

8 Best Things To Do In Bratislava You Won’t Want To Miss

Will you be visiting Bratislava, Slovakia? Perhaps while on a Danube River riverboat cruise, or backpacking or road tripping through Eastern Europe? If you are wondering about Bratislava, Slovakia, and what to do when you visit you have come to… The post 8 Best Things To Do In Bratislava You Won’t Want To Miss appeared […]

Geoff Moore | The Travel Trunk

May 23, 2019


While the herons queued for their fishy breakfast’s we just strolled by leaving the long-legged birds to dine in peace or rather the relative peace of a watery Devon gorge. As even in a dry summer the cascading waters of … Continue reading → The post LYNMOUTH TO WATERSMEET WALK DEVON appeared first on The […]

Beverley Malzard | Travelgal on the move

May 23, 2019

How to rock and rail like a movie star

Three Ways to Rock and Rail  There are a few things that you must do/see/experience in Australia to get the rythmn of the place – and one of them is taking a train trip across the vast areas of this amazing continent.  It’s the 90th anniversary of the Ghan this year and there are some […]

Lisa Siegle | Curiosity & Comfy Shoes

May 23, 2019

Packing Light: A Mixed-Purpose, Mixed-Weather Trip

Packing is stressful for me. I fantasize about assembling the perfect selection of everything and still having space to bring home souvenirs. My recent trip was a packing challenge because it included a conference followed by a road trip to mountains, villages, cities, and beaches, and the weather forecasts weren’t promising. Here’s what I learned […]

David and Linda Aksomitis | Guide 2 Travel

May 22, 2019

7 Reasons to Visit the Kentucky Derby Museum When You’re In Louisville, KY

The Kentucky Derby Museum archives a century-and-a-half of thoroughbred horse racing in Kentucky – here are 7 reasons to visit when you’re in Louisville. The post 7 Reasons to Visit the Kentucky Derby Museum When You’re In Louisville, KY appeared first on

John Henderson | Dog-Eared Passport

May 22, 2019

Cycling in Tuscany: Salute! to winery hopping on two wheels

It’s where grape vines flicker in the sun under emerald green hills. It’s where wildflowers of red, purple and orange line forest roads and lead to quaint villages where wine flows like water and the air smells of cheese and prosciutto. Cycling in Tuscany is such a remarkable experience it’s almost a cliche. But like […]

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