Globehunter's Travel Blog

POSTED BY Mavy | SEPTEMBER 5 2017
Label: Travel Tips

There are a couple things you always look out for when choosing where to go on holiday; the weather, nice hotels, proximity to a good beach… However, safety is also a key consideration, especially with the recent spread of terrorist incidents across the West. We’ve taken a look at the World Economic Forum’s biennial Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Report, which ranks countries around the world on a number of areas, one of which is ‘Safety and Security’.

POSTED BY Mavy | SEPTEMBER 4 2017
Label: Fun Facts

The humble bread roll may seem like a simple enough part of our diets - a simple small round loaf of bread, eaten with a variety of fillings. Perhaps you enjoy yours with bacon or sausage for breakfast, or with chips in for your lunch.

POSTED BY Mavy | AUGUST 17 2017
Label: Fun Facts

Seeing things from a different perspective can totally change how you view something, and the same goes for cities. And with Google Maps now offering us our own aerial picture of the entire world, we thought we’d scour the globe to find some of the most amazing bird’s eye views across the world.

POSTED BY Mavy | AUGUST 17 2017
Label: Fun Facts

While we love all the modern conveniences of ski holidaying in 2017, such as underfloor heating in the chalets and speedy chair lifts, we still get nostalgic pangs for days when skiing was a relatively new and exciting activity for tourists. Skis were a lot more rudimentary, resorts were few and far between to what we have these days, and fashion on the slopes certainly left something to be desired!

POSTED BY Mavy | AUGUST 16 2017
Label: Fun Facts

No matter where in the world you live, everyone loves an ice cream on a warm summers day, but we wondered, does everyone around the world like theirs the same? Of course not!

POSTED BY Mavy | AUGUST 4 2017
Label: Fun Facts

The world is constantly evolving, with ongoing developments meaning that our favourite holiday destinations are changing every year. Looking back, it’s quite surprising how much change has taken place over relatively small periods of time at many of the world’s favourite destinations, and we’ve put together a series of photo mashups showing how these places have changed over time.

POSTED BY Mavy | AUGUST 4 2017
Label: Travel Tips

Airports can be really stressful environments, especially at peak times, but there is a way for you to escape the carnage and chill out for a few hours before your flight. Despite being easily accessible, there are still rumours and whispers that airport lounges are for the rich, famous, and upgraded.

POSTED BY Mavy | AUGUST 3 2017
Label: Travel Tips

Nowadays, Wi-Fi is generally seen more as a necessity than a luxury, and while airports have traditionally been quite poor at providing passengers with an internet connection, it seems that things might be improving. Research from 2014 found that just two of the UK’s biggest airports provided unlimited free Wi-Fi, but looking at things in 2017, we found that 9 out of the 20 biggest airports offered this, including London Heathrow and Birmingham International.

POSTED BY Mavy | AUGUST 1 2017
Label: Travel Tips

Golfing holidays are as popular as ever, with world class courses around the world to visit, but getting all of your gear there can be easier said than done. While some airlines will allow you to take golf bags aboard the aircraft for free, others charge fairly hefty fees.

POSTED BY Mavy | AUGUST 1 2017
Label: Travel Tips

Getting a bike onto a plane isn’t always an easy feat, and while some generous airlines will include a bike as part of your checked baggage, many others will happily slap a big fee on top. While smaller pieces of sports luggage such as golf clubs and skis can often slip through the net, bikes can sometimes get charged over £100 each way, depending on where you’re heading to.

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