Posts Tagged ‘ tsunami ’

Post-tsunami volunteering

Oct 9th, 2018 | By

Stephen Phelan shares a memorable experience from the road

What to do should a natural disaster strike while on holiday

Apr 10th, 2012 | By

Volcanoes, earthquakes and tsunamis can occur without warning in many popular holiday destinations. Here Dr Kirti Sharma, Dr Gerard Fryer and Cathrene Rowell share some tips on what to do should an unexpected natural disaster occur while travelling

Sri Lanka: a special brew, part two

Mar 6th, 2012 | By

Aidan journeys to Sri Lanka and finds the island formerly known as Ceylon, to be a very special brew. Read the second part of his report here

Travelling is risky business

Oct 23rd, 2011 | By

So Colonel Gaddafi has gone but, despite the death of the desperate despot, the future isn’t especially rosy for Libya. Gaddafi might have gone to his grave but the nation faces a tough battle to win back holidaymakers – like much of the Middle East

Hercule Poirot, The Queen Mum & A Tsunami

Feb 25th, 2009 | By

There can’t be many people who have been able to link a tsunami, the Queen Mother and a fictional detective all together in one sentence. The link is that this week, all three have had, what people hope will become tourist attractions, opened about them.Which makes you wonder what is a tourist attraction. The glib answer is that it is anything which attracts people to come and see it. So the loss of thousands of tons of wood off a ship in the English cheannel
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