Did you know that a coffee in Cuba costs just £1.05, while breakfast in Algarve is only £2.99? And in Florida, the paper is £1.48, versus £5.05 in Egypt? No matter where you go on holidays, the prices vary wildly from place to place. And that’s without even getting into fluctuating exchange rates!
Given all these variables, it’s not surprising that all inclusive holidays are on the rise. Going all inclusive means that your food, drink, activities and entertainment are provided, but at no extra cost. This value for money is reflected in the fact that last year, Thomas Cook found that 50% of all charter packages were all inclusive deals, which proved particularly popular with families. (more…)
With its white sandy beaches and over 12 hours of sunshine a day it would be easy to think that all there is to do in Tunisia is kick back and relax by the pool.
But Tunisia has a rich tapestry of history and culture with Muslim, French and Roman influences and is ready to explore – whether you prefer visiting ruins or bartering for souvenirs in a souk.
Ride a camel into the great sand dunes of the Sahara Desert in southern Tunisia, or have a close encounter of a snappy kind at feeding time at the crocodile farm at Park Djerba Explore.
Nightclubs in Ibiza are legendary and if you’re looking for a holiday that spells P-A-R-T-Y then look no further! The rich, the famous and mere mortals have long favoured this fashionable Balearic Island as the top spot to get their rocks off. Here’s our pick of the best clubs in Ibiza:
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A clubbing holiday is a great way to let off some steam and have fun with your friends. Even better, they tend to be on offer in all the warmest destinations such as Ibiza, Kos and Zante, which means amazing weather and beautiful beaches for you to spend your days sleeping off your hangover after visiting some of the world’s most famous nightclubs. As much fun as a booze-fuelled trip away appears though, you have to remember there are risks involved in having such a hedonistic holiday, so check out our top tips to make sure your dream break doesn’t turn sour.
The government is aiming to make our lives easier when it comes to sorting out passport issues. The Identity and Passport Service (IPS) has become Her Majesty’s Passport Office, the new agency dedicated to helping British citizens at home and abroad. (more…)