Australia is big. We mean really big. It’s the largest island in the world, wider than the distance between London and Moscow, has 10,000 beaches and produces 1.35 trillion bottles of wine a year (no wonder 50,000 people a week over stay their tourist visas!).
The sheer distances in involved can be daunting for travellers wanting to see more of the country and not everyone has 3 months to drive around its 567,338 miles of roads. One way around, or over, this is to grab one of our exclusive multi stop tickets! Here are a couple of route ideas…
Supping the local brew is one of the true joys of travelling, be it a cold Chang on the beaches of Koh Samui, a green tea on the Great Wall or taking part in a traditional Kava ceremony in Fiji. But at what point do you draw the line?
Read on for our list of 12, good, bad and downright odd drinks from around the world…if you dare.
Image from Flickr courtesy of melanie
Today’s blog comes from Chris Newnham, Assistant Manager in our Reading store.
It’s hard to think of Fiji without imagining those beautiful blue skies and blue seas. In May 2014, a select (read: seriously lucky) group of STA Travel Experts got whisked away to Fiji to experience the amazing South Pacific island for ourselves, and our second day there was definitely one to write home about.
Today’s blog comes from our Student Travel Ambassador at Sheffield University, Sophia Amico…
You know that sinking feeling in your stomach when you haven’t got a clue which direction your life is heading or where you even want it to go? You have that unnecessary pressure to go to university with all your pals so you don’t get left behind, but deep down you’re itching to see the world.
So you spend hours ripping your hair out applying through the never-ending process known as UCAS. I know I did. Then I spent hours lying awake at night wishing that somebody could make the decision for me; I would ask teachers, friends, family, anyone that would listen: should I go to uni or head off into the world travelling? Although everybody advised me to go to university first, I knew in my gut that it wasn’t for me.
Everybody wants to pay as little as humanly possible for their trip. Why waste cash on expensive flights when you could spend it on, you know, actually travelling? But how can you make sure you’re getting the best deal? Fear not, we’re about to give you a few handy hints and insider info that could help you save a bundle on your next trip.