Get your passports out, ‘Travel’ is the theme for our annual Facebook photography competition for 2018. Stuffed suitcases, speeding tuk tuks, bustling train stations or airline food, all just some of the features of the exciting world of travel. But so is exploring the
AIR TRAVEL IS AT ST HELENA’S DOOR | Darrin Henry
Islanders on St Helena starved of information for more than six months concerning the fate of air access, saw despair brushed aside by the heroic, entrepreneurial spirit of Atlantic Star’s commercial airline ambition, when they coolly landed an AVRO RJ100
COMAIR ANNOUNCE TICKET PRICES | Darrin Henry
The cost of flights to St Helena for Comair flights from Johannesburg, return, “will start from £583” – it’s official!
In a statement titled, ‘British Airways (Operated by Comair) Ready To Serve The Saints’ the long awaited figure
HÀNG ĐÀO STREET LIFE | Darrin Henry
If you are considering a visit to Hanoi, Vietnam, I have to recommend the Hanoi night market as a great cultural experience for a Saturday night out.
Before coming to Southeast Asia the thought of visiting a street
AN UNEXPECTED EDUCATION | Darrin Henry
We have just entered the National Museum of Vietnamese History in Hanoi and already I like this place. Perhaps it’s the friendly ticket office staff followed by the young guard who greets us shyly at the door, or is
A WATER RESORT IN THE MOUNTAINS | Darrin Henry
There’s a secret holiday retreat in northern Thailand called Mountain Float, it’s a long way off the beaten tourist track but well known and appreciated by the local people. It’s our second week in Thailand Sharon
THE THONBURI CANALS | Darrin Henry
The Bangkok long tail boat tour on our first day in the city was memorable to say the least; a dead cat floating in the canal, arguing with my wife and a non-English speaking boat driver who thought shouting
ERAWAN MUSEUM BANGKOK | Sharon Henry
Climbing barefooted into the belly of Thailand’s three headed elephant is an unusual experience, Bangkok is full of surprises.
We’re following what sounds like hushed chanting of Buddhist monks, which gets louder the higher we go. A little dizzy