Posts Tagged ‘ Tunisia ’

How was it for you?

Sep 27th, 2018 | By
Cart driver in Tunisia waving

I suspect that neither Thomas Cook nor TUI are too happy with us – their customers and potential customers.



Your holiday spending money

Aug 8th, 2018 | By

However you get your spending money this holiday it looks as though most of us will be getting less for our pound.



Solving tourism pollution.

Jul 18th, 2018 | By

The suggestion by ne expert that all those involved should get together to resolve the problem in a particular destination seems “pie-in-the-sky” given the number of competing claims.



Saturday snippets: 16th June 2018

Jun 16th, 2018 | By

Its county show time and with five at the very least happening in the next week or so its time to see how they have altered over the years. And if you visit London, pop to the Brazilian embasssy to see how the country helped the UK in WWII.



Tunisian cuisine

Apr 6th, 2018 | By

Adrian describes one of the traditional meals that you might find at a Tunisian restaurant – as opposed to one serving international food – in the country



Confidence returns to Tunisia

Mar 4th, 2018 | By

As British tourists return to Tunisia, Adrian looks at the levels of confidence and security put in place to encourage us to holiday there.



Some restrictions lifted

Dec 24th, 2017 | By

The British Department of Transport has lifted the ban on personal electronic devices but made it a little more confusing by lifting it in some airports in a country but not all.



Saturday snippets: 11th November 2017

Nov 11th, 2017 | By

Adrian sums up some of the news from the World Travel Market that was held in London this week.



Saturday snippets: September 2nd 2017

Sep 2nd, 2017 | By
Cart driver in Tunisia waving

Ras Al Khaimah and Jamaica are all happy with tourist numbers and so is Florida whilst Thomas Cook has made Tunisia happy.



Restoring the glory of Medina

Aug 24th, 2017 | By

Now that Tunis is open to British tourists again, Reza visits the old city of Medina as it undergoes regeneration to its former glory.



Tunisia is open for British visitors

Jul 26th, 2017 | By
tunisian stand at Manchester Destinations show

The Foreign & Commonwealth Office lifted the ban on travel to most parts of Tunisia this afternoon.



Saturday snippets: July 1st 2017

Jul 1st, 2017 | By

In a busy week, the BA cabin crew strike begins but. on the plus side. there are the 4th of July celebrations and the London Korea Festival is on next Saturday.



Saturday snippets: June 17th 2017

Jun 17th, 2017 | By

In the week that roaming charges ended in EU countries, Adrian also wonders if APD in Northern Ireland might end soon.



Saturday snippets: May 27th 2017

May 27th, 2017 | By

On the bank holiday weekend, there are thousands of events on including the Great Manchester Run which will have a poignant feel to it this year.



Tunisia on the cusp

May 8th, 2017 | By

In a few weeks’ time, the state of emergency in the country ends. Will it be renewed or lapse? If it lapses will the travel advice from the British government alter to say that it is safer to travel to Tunisia again?



Violence on the links

Apr 16th, 2017 | By
broken tees

Adrian completes his tongue-in-cheek tour of three Tunisian golf courses.



Double standards on travel

Apr 10th, 2017 | By

It would be helpful then if the government could explain why it has not lifted the “ban” on travel to Tunisia or, alternatively, why one hasn’t been imposed on Egypt.



In the footsteps of Hannibal

Apr 9th, 2017 | By

When the FCO ban is lifted, a visit to Carthaginian and Roman sites in Tunisia that recall one of the great ancient civilisations should become part of of everyone’s bucket list.



A frog he would a wooing go

Apr 3rd, 2017 | By
reeds arounda water feature at Golf Citrus

By the sound of it, every frog in Hammamet had made his way to this one pond. And each was determined to be louder than his rivals.



Carrying a laptop from Tunisia

Mar 31st, 2017 | By

With the precautions I have suggested, passengers shouldn’t find that it will take them any longer to get through security than it does at present.



Low flying hazards

Mar 30th, 2017 | By
swallow "dive bombing" a green

Watching them became infectious. I was scanning the skies for the next assault on my concentration. Golf was forgotten.



If I lose my laptop…

Mar 23rd, 2017 | By

Seating a child in front of an electronic game or DVD has brought about a golden silence in planes compared to thirty years ago. The value of two hours of Peppa Pig and Peter Rabbit is not to be underestimated.



Saturday snippets: 25th February 2017

Feb 25th, 2017 | By
barbados beach

Belly-dancing in the Scottish style, treasure hunting in Scunthorpe and avoiding Luton Airport by going to Southend are a few of the things on Adrian’s agenda this week.



Saturday snippets: 21st January 2017

Jan 21st, 2017 | By
hoardings at Piccadilly Circus, London

Caravans, Piccadilly Circus, playing in a steel band from Tobago and Tunisian holiday interests are some of the items catching Adrian’s eye this week.



Saturday snippets: 15th October 2016

Oct 15th, 2016 | By
panoramic view of Newcastle

Why an aeroplane cabin door is on Shoreditch High Street is one of the things Adrian mentions this week along with Newcastle-Gateshead success and the end of refurbishment at the Glenfinnan Monument.



Saturday snippets: 24th September 2016

Sep 24th, 2016 | By
North wales landscape

Adrian considers the staycation summer that boomed and wnders whether we will return to three favourite British holiday destinations – Egypt, Tunisia and Turkey.



Saturday snippets: 28th May 2016

May 28th, 2016 | By

Airport delays, strikes in France, Belgium and Greece, restrictions on island destinations in Thailand all tend to deflate Adrian this coming bank holiday.



Saturday snippets: 7th May 2016

May 7th, 2016 | By
UK passport

Gin, passport issues, tipping on cruise ships and secrity are some of the newss from the last week that Adrian has decided should be widely known about this week