Archive for the ‘Travel’ Category

  • Festival goers

    6 Ways to Do a Festival on a Budget

    May 2, 14 • 663 Views • Lifestyle, Travel2 Comments

    6 Way to do a Festival on a Shoestring Going to a music festival, for some, is right of passage; for others, it’s something to tick off the bucket list whilst, for many, it’s an exciting alternative to going on a holiday. Now, with more choice than ever,...

  • Commuting

    Back on Track: 8 Ways to Improve Your Daily Commute

    Jan 17, 14 • 3948 Views • Lifestyle, Travel1 Comment

    As if the January blues weren’t bad enough, commuters were met with yet another reason to feel reluctant about returning to work this new year. With rail fares rising an average of 3.1%, some unlucky people found their season tickets reaching the £5,000 a...

  • Berlin New Year

    The Best New Year’s Escapes

    Dec 23, 13 • 1116 Views • TravelNo Comments

    The New Year’s Eve of your dreams probably involves fireworks, friends on great form and the toasting of midnight amidst a haze of champagne and sparkles. But in reality? It might just about reach the dizzy heights of cheap fizz, extortionately priced...

  • Bruges in Winter

    Winter Escapes: Bruges on a Budget

    Nov 18, 13 • 1725 Views • TravelNo Comments

    When it comes to choosing a winter-time travel destination, Bruges is a candidate which is pretty difficult to beat. It seems to be one of those cities that come alive as soon as November hits: its medieval splendour made all the more impressive with icicles...

  • Train travel

    Storm in a Teacup: How to Get Compensation for Train Delays and Cancellations

    Oct 31, 13 • 1332 Views • Lifestyle, Travel1 Comment

    With a lot of cancellations being announced the night before, the battle to get into work on Monday morning seemed lost before the St. Jude storm had even struck. All due credit to Network Rail, despite a few naysayers bemoaning the actions ‘unnecessary’,...