Turkish hammams are like temples to relaxation | istockphoto

A Turkish treat for two – a luxury hammam indulgence

April 22nd, 2010 in European travel by Terry Lee 1

I wouldn’t exactly call myself a metrosexual man, but I’ve grown to enjoy a certain amount of pampering. I’d never had a Turkish bath and had certainly never been massaged with honey so wasn’t sure what to expect – except perhaps to get sticky!

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Broaden your horizons - luxury travel means smarter travel in 2010. La Herencia Suites, Mexico

Making luxury holidays work for you

January 11th, 2010 in Shared ownership by Sarah Lee 2

I’ve made no secret of the fact that I like luxury accommodation when travelling. Let’s be clear, it’s a holiday not hard time, so I opt for quality accommodation. In this I know I’m by no means alone – the luxury travel market has grown exponentially in recent years and there are more and more […]

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Enjoy a guilt-free stay | pic: Nikolay Okhitin, Dreamstime

Don't let the bad times roll

November 26th, 2009 in General by Sarah Lee 1

As the credit crunch and subsequent recession caused many of us to tighten our belts we’re all looking towards 2010 with a certain optimism. If we’re honest, we hope for a return to our pre-recession existence. For us travellers (those that don’t own a backpack and never will) that means luxuriating on lucious breaks or […]

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Champagne tastes

Blogging all over the world

November 17th, 2009 in General by Sarah Lee 3

So here I go – taking my first blogging steps. Having enjoyed the travel stories of fellow bloggers and taken inspiration from them, I plan to share my travel highs and lows – hopefully mostly highs. I’m not going to tell you what I had for breakfast on my last trip – unless it’s particularly […]

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