Posts Tagged ‘ Bali ’

Saturday snippets: 30th of June 2018

Jun 30th, 2018 | By

Supersonic flight, hotel booking systems and getting insurance if you have a health problem are some of the things that caught Adrian’s eye this week.



Crazy about Indonesian coffee

Jun 3rd, 2018 | By

The low-down on what to expect from Indonesia’s coffee scene



Saturday snippets: 26th May 2018

May 26th, 2018 | By

catching Adrian’s eye this week: a new country comes into being – Eswatini – (it used to be Swaziland) the Design Museum in London is named European Museum of the Year and Charlotte Knowlson provides a putdown to two jokey male passengers on her easyJet flight.



Saturday snippets: 14th May 2016

May 14th, 2016 | By

Queues, a new rail service and the reopening of airlinks to Sharm El-Sheikh from Germany are some of Adrian’s thoughts this week.



Can’t cook, won’t cook

Dec 26th, 2015 | By

Kaye Holland can’t cook, won’t cook



Saturday snippets: 7th November 2015

Nov 7th, 2015 | By
the pyramids of Egypt

A stay in your own castle, airline disruption in Germany and Indonesia are a few of the things that catch Adrian’s eye this week.



Where the experts holiday: Sarah Alderson, author of Can We Live Here?

Aug 26th, 2015 | By

Travel author Sarah Alderson- who confesses to missing coconuts and sunshine – shares her travel highs and lows with Just About Travel readers



Where the experts holiday: Jeremy Macdonogh, author of A Gap Year or Two

Jul 27th, 2015 | By

Jeremy Macdonogh, author of A Gap Year or Two, talks travel



It’s not been a good week…

Jul 10th, 2015 | By
image from the air of Mykonos

Yesterday evening the Foreign Office issued guidance that Britons should not visit Tunisia. Greece proposed doubling the rate of VAT on accommodation and volcanic clouds affecting flights over Bali are stranding tourists there.



Where the experts holiday: Adam Stern,

Jul 5th, 2015 | By

Aussie, Adam Stern – a competitive freediver (breath hold diver) and freediving instructor who trains and competes in competitions all over the world – talks travel



Best value destinations 2015

Nov 8th, 2014 | By

Bang for your buck and pizzazz for your pound: here’s where to stretch 2015’s travel budget until it oozes contentment



The foodie club


Nov 5th, 2014 | By

Food is in fashion



Basic Indonesia

Mar 10th, 2014 | By

Indonesia is the largest archipelago in the world with 17,000 islands making up the country and it stretches 5,200 kilometres from east to west. To be honest, I have heard two different figures about how many islands there are. It is more than anyone is ever likely to visit in one lifetime!



What’s hot: February 2014

Feb 1st, 2014 | By
Tower of London

CD-Traveller tells you what’s hot and what’s not in the travel world. This month it’s good news for Hull and the cruising industry. Not so for New Delhi…



The Algarve or Turkey? Or Bali? Or…

Jan 12th, 2014 | By
Algarve -beach vista

That’s the view from the Post Office’s latest Travel Money Holiday Money Report.



What’s hot: February 2012

Feb 2nd, 2012 | By

CD-Traveller tells you what’s hot and what’s not in the travel world. This month, Spain and skiing holidays both get a big thumbs up, but readers are advised to think twice before booking a bungee jump in Zambia or getting a tattoo in Bali



Where the experts holiday: Geetha Warrier, director of marketing and communication at the St Regis Bali Resort

Aug 25th, 2011 | By

The St Regis Bali Resort’s marketing and communication manager talks travel



Where the experts holiday: Nguyen Minh Tuan (Johnny)

Mar 5th, 2011 | By

Nguyen Minh Tuan, The Sheraton Nha Trang Hotel & Spa’s marketing & communications manager, tells CD Traveller why he loves Hong Kong, wants to travel to China and Bali and believes that Vietnam is on the up



Eat, Pray, Love in Bali

Nov 10th, 2010 | By

Ever since Elizabeth Gilbert’s Oprah endorsed bestselling book, Eat Pray Love, was published in 2006, the Indonesian Island of Bali has seen a stream of people flocking to the island to “find themselves”.



Where the experts holiday: Marion Schumacher

Sep 6th, 2010 | By

Marion Schumacher, the Ritz-Carlton’s regional director of public relations (Europe), shares her holiday experiences exclusively with CD Traveller



Avoiding guilt trips

Aug 25th, 2010 | By

We’re becoming a nation of airborne adventurers. As flights get cheaper, holidaymakers are bypassing Blackpool in favour of more exotic locations like Bali and Borneo. We return invigorated, inspired and refreshed but there’s a catch: as tourists we can actually have an adverse impact on the countries we visit. So what’s the modern traveller with a conscience to do? Lonely Planet’s new book, Volunteer: A Traveller’s guide to making a difference around the world, has some suggestions



South East Asia in 2010

Jan 15th, 2010 | By

Most country destinations begin a new year with a forecast or wish about how their tourism industry will do. South East Asia has been a growth area for long distance holidaymakers from the UK. The combination of climate, different cultures, currencies that haven’t been altered much against sterling, wildife and some inexpensive fares on particular routes have helped those countries tap into British holidaymakers.
One country forecasting tremendous growth is Sri Lanka…