Posted on 21 December 2016 by Martha Hales
Tips for Tipples - the most enticing destinations for discerning drinkers
One of the most reliable ways to get under the skin of a destination is to eat and drink the local specialities. We’ve rounded up some enticing destinations for the discerning drinker - if you enjoy sampling your way through your holiday, here are some ideas for what to look out for. Cheers!
Posted on 12 October 2016 by Martha Hales
Refresh and Rejuvenate: Bhutan’s Hot Springs
As blue skies fade slowly but surely towards the grey light of winter, a trip to magical Bhutan is the perfect way to lift your spirits. Whilst autumn gathers pace at home and the chilly days grow shorter, Bhutan boasts clear, crisp air and the low humidity means that Himalaya views are at their best. Trek through pristine landscapes and ancient forests to ease your aching muscles in one of Bhutan’s hot springs.
Posted on 12 September 2016 by Kati Taylor
Where to go in Bhutan
Bhutan seems as old as time itself. Distant Himalayan peaks glower over clustered villages and valleys checkered with pastures. A spiritual calm pervades all aspects of life with tradition and worship taking priority over the inconveniences of the modern world. Development is minimal and its gentle pace bestows the landscape with an ancient, everlasting appeal. This is a mystical land of legends and mountains, virgin forests and jaw-dropping views.
Posted on 04 July 2016 by Huw Owen
High and Happy - In The Mountains of Bhutan
In contrast to most other countries in the world who measure their progress according to GDP, Bhutan measures its progress according to a Bhutanese concept of Gross National Happiness. It's an attractive idea, and one which marks Bhutan out as somewhere that's different.
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