Whether they are cookies or biscuits to you (we’ll stick to biscuits here), these little baked treats inspire real passion and deep national pride. From the US staple Oreo to the UK’s beloved Hobnob, this list is a world series in the literal (non-American) sense, in that it actually spans the world. Which one takes [...]
With New Zealand enjoying a huge tourism boost and gaining the attention of the world thanks to the Rugby World Cup 2011, we thought we’d ask the ultimate question for rugby fans everywhere: which players would make your ultimate XV dream team? Of all the players from the inception of the game until present and [...]
Shirley Valentine has been voted the ‘most inspirational travel film’ by holidaymakers in a recent travel awards survey.
A man in the US has been honoured by United Airlines after becoming the first of its frequent flyer customers to fly 10 million miles on nearly 6,000 flights. While many of us may start to feel like we live on a plane as we sit in cramped conditions on the way to our yearly [...]
Tourism Queensland has urged travellers to continue visiting Australia’s drenched north east despite heavy rains threatened further flooding. An area the size of France and Germany has been hit following weeks of heavy rain. Tourism Queensland said Rockhampton, 370 miles north of Brisbane and home to 77,000 people, should be avoided. The city’s airport and [...]
England Get Noses In Front As the summer time is in effect down in Australia at the moment, it creates more reason for people to enjoy a stay in the cities hosting one of the five test matches in this year’s Ashes. So far England strived to clinch a draw in the first test before [...]