As part of my visit to Florida, I really wanted a chance to get out onto the water and experience some fun in the sun. After researching a few options, I contacted Tropical Sailing as they offered a ‘Sail and Splash’ package in Fort Lauderdale that sounded ideal; an afternoon at sea in the Florida heat on board a spacious 50-foot long catamaran before coming to a stop to enjoy the “Aquatic Playground”. Continue reading
PicStick provides a straight forward way to upload photos from a computer, phone, Facebook or Dropbox and have them printed as glossy magnetic pictures. It seemed surprisingly easy and with the promise of a speedy delivery, I wanted to try it out. Continue reading
Courtesy of Bimuno UK, I’m offering 3 lucky winners a chance to win a one month supply of Bimuno’s IMMUNAID.
If you’ve read my recent blog post about Bimuno IMMUNAID then you’ll know all about its potential to aid your stomach woe’s whether you’re at home or on the road.
To enter, simply follow the instructions via the form below for your chance to win. Entries will be picked at random and announced on 30th September 2014. Continue reading
I recently wrote an article for Attraction Tix that’s now featured on their blog. It’s a review of Miami’s Hop-on, Hop-off tour bus that serves visitors to the city in Florida seven days a week.
Here’s a snippet of the article:
I recently spent two days exploring the city of Miami using the Miami Hop-On Hop-Off Bus tour. This bus company provides services 7 days a week to take visitors around Miami on two different routes; the city and the beach!
The tour was an extensive hop on, hop off tour which gives you the chance to opt for 24 or 48 hours of sightseeing in the city.
Whether you choose the city or beach route, each tour lasts for 90 minutes in total, giving you plenty of time to take in the views and stop off at as many points as you like, as many times as you like within the validity of your ticket. There is also the option to add a 90-minute boat ride to the homes of the rich and famous, around areas like Fisher Island and Star Island. Continue reading
Travellers’ diarrhoea is the most common illness contracted by Brits abroad; according to NHS statistics it affects up to 60% of travellers. Similarly, other conditions like IBS can come and go in bouts, often during times of stress or after eating certain foods that we can come across on our travels.
While it tends to be those visiting developing countries or exotic destinations that are particularly at risk, a bout of stomach trouble can occur at any time. Continue reading
The One Love Festival was founded in 2008 to establish a fun, loving and respectful way to bring reggae fans from all over Europe and beyond together in peace and harmony.