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Uncategorized / 27.09.2019

J.R.R. Tolkein famously wrote: “not all those who wander are lost” and this iconic line still speaks to adventurers young and old. For those of us with the travel bug, there’s so much in the world to see and not enough time to do it in. Of course, every traveller you ask will have different recommendations for must-see places so we’ve scoured the globe and picked out three of our favourites, whether you’re looking at adventure holidays abroad or booking a UK break with friends: Trek the Inca Trail in...

Blog / 16.09.2019

Ask a dozen dedicated travelers why they love to travel and you will get a dozen different answers. However, there are some general themes that will show through time and again. One is the thirst for new adventures and to get first hand experience of different cultures. Another, from a less gregarious perspective, is the concept of wanting to “get away from it all.” Now in the interconnected world of 2019, that’s not always as easy as it sounds. As former Pink Floyd front man Roger Waters put it,...

Blog / 16.09.2019

The traditions of college football make it about so much more than the ball itself  Photo by Joe Calomeni / CC0 1.0  College football games are one of the great spectacles in all of American sports, with tons of people packing into stadiums each week during the season to cheer on their favorite teams. And with so many teams located throughout the country, these games make for a great reason to travel to a new part of America that fans have yet to experience. These three college football destinations in particular are incredibly special,...