As we’re sure you’re all too familiar with already, the global issue of the Coronavirus pandemic is continuing to escalate with governments around the world taking drastic measures to limit people’s mobility and imposing self-quarantining policies.
Believe it or not, the lovers' holiday was not actually created by Hallmark as a sneaky way to increase sales. Much like Halloween traditions dictate, its origins are likely rooted in pagan partying.
With more than two billion partakers joining in on the festivities each year, it’s the most celebrated holiday in the world. Christmas is typically a celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ on the 25th of December. However, many countries and cultures have now jumped in on the fun with their own traditions. We’ve put together some of the more unusual ways the different nationalities celebrate…
There's nothing quite as iconic to Australia than the troops of red and gold scattered across the nearly never-ending coastline that makes up Australia. Considered the superheroes of Australia's golden beaches, making sure our safety is their number one priority, who else could we be chattin' about but, the Aussie Surf Lifesavers.
Just in the UK alone an adventurous 250,000 young travellers set off every single year for the gap year of a lifetime. They pack their bags and leave their former life behind to embrace new cultures, meet a whirlwind of new friends and give themselves the opportunity to experience life like they never have before. A time to take off, explore the world and leave the pressures and stresses of modern life at home.
These days travel isn’t just a one week holiday that you saved all year for. People are making a lifestyle out of it. Packing their bags for the big smoke of London or the snow capped mountains of Canada, there are footprints being made all over the world and we could not be prouder of the tens of thousands of travellers that we have assisted so far in turning their travel dreams into reality!