Posts Tagged ‘ Yemen ’

Where the experts holiday: Hilary Bradt MBE, tour leader, founder of Bradt travel guides and patron of the British charity, Money for Madagascar

Jan 26th, 2014 | By

The Bradt Travel Guides founder talks travel



Where the experts holiday: Ben Anderson, author, filmmaker and a winner of the Foreign Press Award

Dec 25th, 2013 | By

Acclaimed war journalist, author and documentary filmmaker, Ben Anderson, has travelled to some of the world’s most fearsome hotspots. He shares his travel experiences with CD-Traveller readers



Tunisia to invite Prince William and Kate

Nov 9th, 2011 | By

Mr Mehdi Houas, the Tunisian minister of commerce and tourism, revealed today at the Tunisia press conference at World Travel Market that as a result of the Arab Spring, Tunisia has (somewhat unsurprisingly) seen a decrease in tourists.



Going global: part 2

Jan 16th, 2011 | By

Heading to Dubai for the kingdom of bling’s shopping festival? Make sure you hit the malls by all means but be sure to get yourself to Global Village, where you can shop and eat your way around the world…



Reflections on a May Day Weekend

May 1st, 2010 | By

A third of the year has gone and, as we get ready for the huge number of events being celebrated over this long week end, it is worth pausing to look at what seems to be happening to the efforts to attract us to visit destinations so far.
The impact of the Icelandic volcanic eruption is still to be felt. Will we travel abroad less because of concerns this may happen again? (I know people who are still in China some twelve days after the flight ban was lifted.) Will we view the disruption as one of those events that happen only once a lifetime and forget it as quickly as it began or will we holiday at home more? Research from TNS Research International suggests that the majority of us won’t let it affect our travel plans