Does your Christmas feast look like the same (albeit delicious) collection of turkey, roasties and sprouts every year?
Why not mix it up a bit and take some inspiration from what others around the world will be chowing down on come 25th December.
Check out our High 5 Alternative Christmas food options form around the world.
Fried chicken is a favourite Christmas dinner in Japan.
Now, I’m not saying that food is the only consideration when choosing a destination to visit… but for me, it’s definitely up there with the beautiful beaches and buzzing cities as one of the main highlights of any adventure.
This week we’re exploring some delicious national dishes of Asia… now excuse me while I nip off to the nearest food cart.
Bi Bim Bap, South Korea.
Our Travel Experts know pretty much everything there is to know about booking amazing trips all over the world. So it’s only fair that we get them to share some of this knowledge with you!
This is the very reason we introduced our Ask the Experts blog series, where every week two of our most clued up Travel Experts attempt to help you with those travel questions that have been puzzling you. This week we have a question sent in from Jenifer in Cumbria – take it away Jenifer…
Hi Experts! My boyfriend and I want to go travelling next year and are just starting to think about our route. We’ve both agreed that we’ll fly into Bangkok but aren’t really sure where we’ll go after Thailand – do you have any ideas of a route that will take in some really different places? We’ll have about 3 months do travel and don’t have any major preference on countries except Thailand. Thanks, Jennifer, Cumbria.
Ooooh good one, it can be quite tricky to do something different in such well travelled terrain as South East Asia, let’s see what our Experts suggest.
Golden Rock, Burma.
Where would you go to give a 9 and 7 year old the adventure of a lifetime that you could enjoy just as much? This week our Travel Expert Lucy steps up to help blog reader Jessica who’s trying to decide where to take her two children travelling.
I want to travel for 3 weeks with my 2 children aged 9 & 7 both love the outdoors and new things, Australia is an option but would be interested in other places if there safe any ideas on the best child friendly hostels and trips I will have a budget of £5000. Jessica
Every week on the blog our Travel Experts tackle a question sent in by a blog reader and if you’d like to challenge them to answer your own question send it over now and we’ll put it to our Experts on a future edition of the Ask the Experts blog series soon.
What do you think about when you think of Vietnam? Whatever it may be, chances are it’s probably not adventure activities.
But, as one of the world’s most picturesque landscapes, there are few better places to enjoy the atmosphere and surroundings while getting your blood pumping in a wide selection of adventures.
So, we’ve decided to count down just a few of our favourite activities in Vietnam to show that, as a country, great food, beautiful ancient temples and traditional rice paddies is not all it has to offer, there’s so much more…
Practice your paddleboardingskills in Mui Ne.