Now this is interesting! Whilst World First can’t actually book your holiday for you as we’re not travel agents, we can make planning it just that little bit easier with a new service called Essential Holiday Extras. Extras puts those little annoyances of the journey like where to park, where to stay or getting away from the crowds into a convenient, easy to use online booking system so that all you have to worry about is where you put your passport and whether or not you’ve remembered the factor 50. (more…)
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Yesterday, I wrote about ways to burn off the steam and anger after the disastrous World Cup campaign and suggested a few, lets say extreme, holidays that you could take to get the adrenalin going. But you don’t need to go to the other side of the world to find thrills and spills, to do something different or just to find a bit of peace. Just take the example of Newquay. An ancient fishing village on the Cornish coast, famous for surfing, wind and the cold water. But much more. And by the way, this isn’t an informercial, I’m not supported by the Cornish Office of Tourism or whatever its called, I just like it. (more…)
What withÂ volcanic ash and airline strikes,Â holiday cancellation insurance has been in the news quite a lot recently, and not always in a positive light. Well, we can’t actually guarantee to pay out every time but maybe we have the next best thing.
World First has just launched two new cancellation policies that will cover you in almost any scenario you could imagine. (more…)
The recent announcement that travel insurance is now compulsory if you’re travelling to Cuba or if you’re a Cuban national going back home makes another tip to addto the list of things to think of when you’re travelling to such a great destination. Â This list is of course just a selection. Do you have any more to add to it?
1. Learn Spanish (or go with someone who can speak Spanish) – even with some basic language skills you’ll appreciate the trip even more. And Cubans will appreciate you making theÂ effort. (more…)
Let’s face it, international hotels can be pretty bland. They’re just like a high street, you’ve seen one, you’ve seen them all. It’s Tuesday, it must be New York. But a long away from corporate blandness, there’s a whole range of different hotels across the world that offer something different for the, let’s say, more intrepid traveller. (more…)