Archive for November, 2011

Iraq

Holidays to Iraq – top destination of the future?

The tourism bureaucrats of Iraq are attempting to persuade Brits to holiday in Iraq, appealing for us to spend our British pounds in the heart of Western Asia. The very idea most would dismiss as out of the question, due […]

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Asian elephants

Luxury Five Star Spa Hotel….. Exclusively For Elephants

‘Elephant Eden’ is the name of the extravagant accommodation opening soon for a group of the elephant’s elite. Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm, located just outside Bristol conjured up the

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Public sector strikes could delay travellers by up to 12 hours

Passengers could face delays of up to 12 hours and flight cancellations next week when immigration officers go on strike following a row over public sector pensions.   Normand Boivin,

Kefalonia

Easyjet releases surprise option to Greek isle Kefalonia

Begining Spring next year low cost air carrier Easyjet has announced a completely new route taking travelers to the sunny island of Kefalonia in Greece. It can be

Forks

Tourist surge in latest Twilight locations

 The phenomenon that is Twilight is taking over cinemas once again with the release of its latest installment: The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part One, but it also

Thomas Cook in crisis

Financial crisis for tour operator Thomas Cook

British tour operator Thomas Cook is struggling for survival after the number of bookings had fallen and fears the company are having difficultly repaying

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Serious Siesta at Caribbean Sleep School

When tourists holiday abroad, it's usually to take time to relax; bathing under the searing glow of the sun, reclining back on cushioned sun loungers, lazily floating through

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A Decade of Deutschland

Everyone is duly celebrating the return of the German Market, in Birmingham’s Victoria square. Also known as the ‘Frankfurt Christmas Market’, this immensely popular festival is now celebrating

Ryanair

Ryanair launching porn for passengers

Aeroplane giant Ryanair are hoping to launch an in-flight web offer that enables passengers to watch pornography if they wish to. Parodying the services available in hotel rooms

President

Seychelles President urges banks to modernise

The Seychelles President, Mr. James Michel, has made an appeal to financial institutions in Seychelles to do more to modernise, provide Internet banking services, as well as affordable