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Get killer abs with Chemmy’s fifteen minute lunchtime workout

If you’re trying to improve your health this summer and you’ve got a bit of spare time during your lunchbreak, give Chemmy’s park workout a go. All you’ll need are some gym clothes, a towel and a water bottle - and dumbbells, if you have them, but they’re not essential. Here's Chemmy's workout in f... Read more

Get ready for the start of the ski season with Chemmy Alcott

If you have a skiing or snowboarding holiday booked, you’re probably counting down the weeks until it’s just you and the mountain. However, don’t forget that you may remember your last holiday with crystal-clear accuracy, but there’s an excellent chance that your body has forgotten, and all the lit... Read more

3 hidden benefits of learning how to snowboard

Snowboarding is incredibly popular across the globe, with millions of people heading out every year to enjoy a day or so on the slopes. Johnny Wallbridge, snowboarding expert and owner of specialist clothing store YakWax, tells us about his experiences - and how snowboarding can benefit you in more... Read more

Buon appetito! How to find the best budget-friendly food in Rome

Italy’s a favourite travel destination for Brits – but it can be a somewhat-pricy destination. Holiday’s aren’t the time to start stockpiling your savings – after all, you’re there to have fun – but finding a bargain is a great idea. Plus, if you’re after some really tasty food, expense doesn’t alwa... Read more

Gift guide for travellers

The perfect gift is hard to find especially if you are looking for a gift for a traveller. The best gifts are often a mix of efficiency and distraction. What gift(s) could limit airport anxiety, increase comfort in an airport or on a plane, and put a smile on their face? We’ve collected some of our... Read more

What are the most popular types of skiing?

What do you think of when hearing the words 'skiing holiday'? Is it images of getting onto a lift, disembarking at the top, then sliding down a piste-bashed hill on repeat until sundown? If so, that's ignoring the huge depth of option and opportunity that skiing offers. Instead, there is a huge arra... Read more

What's working as a holiday rep really like?

When you think of holiday reps, you might be tempted to think of the following attributes: Booze. Late nights. Naughty goings-on. Sun. Sand. Sedatives (not really). You’re probably curious, right? We were too, so we decided it would be a good idea to interview an ex-rep to see what their job was re... Read more

10 things you need to know before learning to ski

Despite the ski season starting in December, according to Google*, January is the month when the most people look for information around learning to ski. To help beginners get a handle on what to expect from their first holiday, Paul Deadman, ski expert at Neilson Holidays, shares ten things you ne... Read more

A beginner’s guide to Spanish culture

There’s something irresistible about the Spanish way of life, isn’t there?  Us Brits imagine it’s relaxed and easygoing, yet fiery and passionate. However, what’s it like for someone living in Spain, who’s experienced day to day life first-hand? We figured that travel blogger and Spain resident Jos... Read more

Thrill seekers series 1: Olympic sport holidays

Our pursuit for new highs has caused the demand for adventure holidays and extreme sports to boom – we need to feel alive again and what better way to do it than to flirt with danger. So if you’re an adrenaline junkie or just prefer to live life on the edge (literally), then you’re probably quite s... Read more

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