Hogmanay holidays

With the weather bringing chaos and misery to many over Christmas, it shouldn’t surprise us that there has been a huge surge of interest in New Year breaks. As the weather forecast is better in the north than the south, for a change, much of the interest has been north of the border where Hogmanay […]

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Airline snobbery is alive and kicking

According to a survey done by sunshine.co.uk, the online travel agent, around 21% of air passengers choose the airline to travel with because of the reputation is has. These passengers are commonly referred to as “airline snobs”. This survey was conducted among 2265 UK travellers who had flown abroad for their abroad in the past […]

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A visitors guide to Belfast

Belfast, the largest city in Northern Ireland by population, was given city status in 1888 and became the capital of Northern Ireland in 1920-22 when the country was divided into north and south. Located in the centre is Stormont, home of the Northern Ireland’s government. Belfast that has a population of around 641000 residents, and […]

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