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Columbus Direct get ready for Movember with Octobeard

It's the time of year when all men anxiously begin grooming their facial hair and start looking at expensive waxes and combs on the internet. That's right - Movember is almost upon us, and he who can grow the finest moustache will be the talk of the town. Not content with just the one month of hirs... Read more

Brit tourist charged thousands for downloading data abroad

When Patricia Al accidentally downloaded two episodes of My Family when on holiday in Turkey, the only thing she should have worried about was wasting an hour of her life watching the dullest sitcom ever made. However, she was in for a shock when she returned to the UK, as she discovered that she'd... Read more

Our Cape Town team show their football finesse

Good news for our Cape Town team and footy fans - the team played the Cape Town Tigers last night, and won 3-1. This will come as no surprise to anyone who's worked with the Cape Town team - we've always known they're winners - but last night's victory has boosted the team's morale and has inspired... Read more

The in-flight films no airline should ever show

There's some in-flight entertainment that nobody should have to sit through. Repeat offenders include Ice Age (please don't try and defend it by referencing the squirrel and the nut, that argument carries absolutely no water), the desperately unfunny Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo and, for some obscure ... Read more

New warnings issued for motorists hiring cars abroad

If you're going abroad after June 8 and you'd like to hire a car, you may need a special code if you'd like to get behind the wheel. After June 8, the paper part of your licence - the bit that holds endorsements and fines - is being computerised, and in order to show other countries that you've got... Read more

10 weird, wonderful and disgusting things about air travel

What happens if someone passes away on a flight? Why do planes really have ashtrays? What happens to bags pompously labelled with 'FRAGILE' stickers, and will tipping get you any freebies? Despite the fact flying is commonplace these days and people tend to use planes as glorified coaches, there's ... Read more

Don't cruise, you lose: Why cruising's where it's at

Cruising used to be the domain of the elderly and infirm, people who didn’t like flying, and people who liked to take their travel at a slower pace. These days, it’s way cooler than stuffing yourself on a plane and not leaving your resort for two weeks. Here’s why. Danielle Fear from Cruise Miss ... Read more

Top 10 best travel destinations for the over 50s

The notion that wanderlust ceases once you turn 50 is alien to us. In fact, we think that's when trips are at their finest. When the whole world is your oyster, it can be pretty difficult to decide on somewhere to go. Here, you'll find our top ten travel destinations for those that are in search of... Read more

Bored of Stoptober already? Try living in one of these countries

Stoptober is almost upon us, and for a whole month, we can enjoy other people earnestly talking about how much better they feel without the demon drink. You could fly away for the month to escape the barrage of smugness - we hear that Amsterdam is the top getaway for autumn, and they're not cutting... Read more

The best places to stargaze in the UK

Space. The final frontier. And thanks to a recent flurry of space-related films (Matt Damon’s The Martian, 2014’s Gravity, and Matthew McConaughey’s Interstellar) and the supermoon, it's hardly ever out of the news these days. This is, in our opinion, positive. Getting off Facebook and learning abo... Read more

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