Dotting the ‘i’s and crossing the ‘t’s is inference to someone paying very close attention to the smallest of details. The irony cannot be overstated in our latest sojourn to Ibiza in the less than capable hands of TUI, who we affectionately remember as Thomsons from years gone past… Continue reading “TUI or not TUI, that is the question…”
It’s fair to say I started my passion for writing travel reviews from reading, and later writing pieces for tripadvisor. Unfortunately, I’ve brought that to an end…
I am currently sat around the pool in a little three star in Ibiza, contemplating my next post while reading some tweets about abhorrent travel bloggers and feel compelled to put in my ten-penneth as my mum used to say.
Continue reading “The Travel Blogger blight.”
So, Ibiza is apparently well known for its beautiful sunsets. Now I don’t want to burst this particular marketing bubble but I’m fairly sure it will be a similar sunset to the ones in Majorca and Menorca and other nearby locations. Putting that aside, it helps if you are sat on the west coast when it happens (on on the Port side of a cruise ship sailing north). Unfortunately for us, our hotel in Es Cana faces due east so sunsets aren’t its biggest asset. Sunrises on the other hand should be equally awesome… Continue reading “Best laid plans…”
Quicker than a speeding avocado, faster than you can say “Guacamole”, Rob and Sue’s World Traveller is in full swing again and hammering out reviews and videos left, right and centre.
Our latest offering is on our Youtube channel right now (Click here), detailing our recent return to the beautiful resort of Grand Principe Riviera Maya, in Mexico, so why not click on the link below and check it out. And for those of you who prefer to read than watch, the written review for the resort will be posted here within the next week.
Coming up soon, a family tour of Harry Potter world, our visit to Gullivers Land, our first visit to Ibiza and our ‘bucket list’ of travel destinations near and far, one or two of which we might squeeze in next year.
All suggestions very welcome.
Until then, I hope you enjoy our Mexican adventure, and please remember to like and subscribe when you visit.
Rob & Sue
Well, I never intended re-writing reviews but I’ve got two this month for you. The first is our recent visit to Holiday Inn Gatwick Airport, which I think deserves a mention due to a very nice renovation. Continue reading “Review: Holiday Inn Gatwick Update 2018”
Tucked on the A5 near Hockcliffe, the Red Wings Lodge Dunstable is a basic but friendly motel style hotel, reminiscent of travelodge, but with a few personal, friendly touches that probably elevate it slightly above the normal travelodge standard. Continue reading “Review: Red Wings Lodge, Dunstable”