Tag Archives: Holidays

A Mediterranean Cruise: Luxury versus Affordable

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Cruising was, not so long ago, a holiday reserved only for the wealthy. It was certainly not the annual trip that many of us see it as today. Ships were smaller floating vessels with a maximum passenger capacity of about 2,000 passengers, with most ships being a lot smaller than that. Today, the newest ships Continue Reading »

Sardinia: Luxury versus Affordable

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Sardinia is an Island in the Mediterranean situated directly under the Island of Corsica. It is an Italian island and is second largest only to Sicily. Although Italian, it is geographically not that close but rather its neighbours are French, Tunisian and Spanish! This diverse island is famous for its stunning beaches and boasts 1,150 Continue Reading »

St Tropez, South of France: Luxury versus Affordable

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Chic Saint Tropez, a small fishing village on the Cote d’Azur, became famous in the 50’s and 60’s with the arrival of glamorous showbiz icons. Thereafter, this little piece of France would never be the same again! St Tropez, playground of the rich and famous This area has the most expensive accommodation in France. We Continue Reading »

Western Australia: Luxury versus Affordable

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When most of us think of a trip to Australia our first thoughts are usually Sydney, Brisbane and the Great Barrier Reef. But, of course, there are many dimensions to this vast continent and the West Coast is becoming more and more popular, not least as we can now fly direct from London to Perth. Continue Reading »

A Caribbean Cruise versus A Stay On A Caribbean Island

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These are two vastly different holiday options and will very much depend on how you like to spend your time away. The big advantage of the cruise is that you will see various islands in one trip. There are 28 countries making up the ‘Caribbean’ but there are thousands of Islands in the archipelago, including Bermuda Continue Reading »