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REVIEW: Modern yurt and tipi camping in the heart of the Welsh mountains: Eco Retreats, near Machynlleth
By Jo Scott-Dalgleish
Your Holiday Planner member, Jo Scott-Dalgleish is a Nutritional Therapist based in West London, has sent us this lovely review of yurt and tipi camping in the Welsh mountains:
Chiang Mai has long been a cultural capital in Northern Thailand, boasting a walled city and more than 300 temples. For modern day visitors, Chiang Mai offers a fantastic combination of both modern (chic, boutique hotels and trendy bars and restaurants) and old.
Your Holiday Planner was delighted to receive this account of a recent family … Read More
A unique experience walking with St Bernards on the Great St Bernard Pass
By Ingrid Hoffman
You don’t have to be a serious hiker to enjoy the spectacular scenery of the Swiss mountains. This summer, I found the perfect solution for families and people looking for a novel and easy way to go walking … Read More
Here’s another review for Your Holiday Planner readers from Annette Kirkley, a therapeutic, sports and remedial masseuse and fellow local networker.
This time, she recommends this delightful agritourismo in Puglia, Italy:
Following their personal review on Cuba (see Destination Review: CUBA), Your Holiday Planner members, Elizabeth Clark and Martyn Calder, give us their Top 10 Tips for this fascinating country.
- Take cash (sterling or euros) or traveller’s cheques. ATMs are rare and credit cards not widely accepted. Dollars and American Express are not welcome! You