Posts Tagged ‘ Georgia ’

Georgian wine

Nov 13th, 2017 | By

The fact that the story of Georgian viticulture can now be traced back some 8,000 years is going to be of significance as it will stimulate sales of Georgian wines and tourism.

Where the experts holiday: Nick Kontis, travel author and journalist

Jun 30th, 2017 | By

Award-winning journalist and author, Nick Kontis, shares his travel highs and lows with Just About Travel

Where the experts holiday: Tom Hall of Lonely Planet

Aug 30th, 2016 | By

Tom Hall, editorial director at Lonely Planet – the world’s largest travel guide book publisher – on Italy, Iran and why the Western Isles of Scotland should feature on any travel itinerary

Midnight In The Garden Of Good And Evil

Jan 9th, 2016 | By

Savannah – a Southern belle of a city and the backdrop for John Berendt’s book Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil – will steal your heart says Kaye Holland

Where the experts holiday: Jacki Ueng, travel blogger

Jun 27th, 2015 | By

Here Jacki Ueng – a travel blogger who focuses on solo women travelling, backpacking off the beaten path with special interests in developing countries – shares her travel highs and lows with Just About Travel readers

Saturday Snippets: 4th April 2015

Apr 4th, 2015 | By

Reminding us that APD has been reduced from April 1st, Adrian looks at where we have visited in greater numbers and condems the fact that train disruption hits day-trippers and holidaymakers at one of the busiest holiday periods of the year.

Atlanta gets its groove back

Nov 29th, 2014 | By

After years in the second rank of American destinations, Atlanta is a city on the move says Kaye Holland

CD-Traveller’s travel highlights and trends

Dec 16th, 2012 | By

The CD-Traveller team share their favourite 2012 travel experiences and look at the top spots for 2013

What’s hot: May 2012

May 2nd, 2012 | By

CD-Traveller tells you what’s hot and what’s not in the travel world. This month Bhutan and the Black Sea resort of Batuni get the thumbs up, but readers are advised to avoid the Big Apple’s JFK airport

Sweet Savannah: part two

Apr 8th, 2012 | By

Patricia Cleveland-Peck is seduced by Savannah – arguably the most enchanting city on America’s Atlantic coast

Sweet Savannah

Apr 7th, 2012 | By

Patricia Cleveland-Peck is seduced by Savannah – arguably the most enchanting city on America’s Atlantic coast

Travel highlights and trends

Jan 1st, 2012 | By

The CD-Traveller team share their top 2011 travel experiences and look at the top spots for 2012

Georgia and England

Nov 24th, 2011 | By

For those of you who didn’t recognise the flag underneath our logo in yesterday’s e-letter or on this page, it is the flag of Georgia.
Why Georgia?
Because like England their patron saint is St George.

The Fall and Rise of the Pier

Sep 9th, 2011 | By

You might remember that as many of our piers as possible were encouraged to hold parties last March, to celebrate British Tourism Week. Coming on top of the disastrous fire on Hastings Pier, it helped to remind us of the role piers have played in our seaside past

Betting on Batumi

Aug 22nd, 2011 | By

For the final part of his visit to Georgia, Adrian goes to the Black sea resort of Batumi and wonders whether this might be the new Turkey for British and Irish holidaymakers in the future.

Svaneti: The Old and the New

Aug 18th, 2011 | By

In the second of his reports about Georgia, Adrian travels to the mountainous area in the north west of the country called Svaneti.

Blink and Georgia Changes

Aug 17th, 2011 | By

Adrian begins his tour of Georgia with some background to the country, the hosptality that will bowl you over and the hge changes that are taking place

Are We Making More Trips Or Not?

Jul 27th, 2011 | By

It is becoming a little difficult to work out whether we are travelling more or not. And if we are, what it means. You might have heard yesterday that the royal wedding caused a dip in our economic growth in the second quarter of the year. As did the tsunami, the Indian summer, the sale of Olympic tickets and probably the fact that I wore blue socks on the day. I would have thought the royal wedding was good for the economy because it encouraged visitors to come into the country and us to travel about over that four day holiday. But what do I know?