Things happen, flights get cancelled, queues can be long yet it's all made worse by bad behaviour. Here are some of my behaviour bugbears.
Slimmeria Retreat in lovely Devon offers fast track tone-up, detox, weight-loss, cliff top walks, exercise classes all powered by creative vegan food.
Newport Beach on the Californian Riviera may be by the seaside but it is as far away from a budget bucket and spades brigade as can be.
When you fly to San Francisco, you can stop over in Iceland for a few days and enjoy a two-country holiday with IcelandAir at no extra cost.
If you go to Lisbon, be sure to weave one of chef Olivier da Costa's four restaurants into your holiday experience. We tried three out of the four and frankly, you can be assured of a gastronomically delightful experience.
Spotting a tiger in its natural habitat in India is notoriously hard. The mangroves and forests of the Sunderbans National Park are shrouded in mist, mostly uninhabitable and much of it is out of bounds to most humans.
The Adventure Yogi retreat comprises a collection of beautifully converted Georgian barns with lots of wood panelling. Yoga was profoundly nourishing and left me in hight spirits and the food was energising and delicious and a fine illustration of how easy it would be, should the inclination be there, to become vegan.
With so many passengers complaining about being split up from their family members when they choose not to pay for allocated seating on a flight, no wonder the spotlight is on the airlines to explain themselves.
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