We see that Skyscanner have published their latest list of the best times (and possible savings) to book flights to 20 further destinations, including Dalaman and Istanbul. Check it out by clicking this link and just go!
Now everybody’s different. Some people choose holidays in vibrant cities, some like to be constantly on the move experiencing new places and things every day. Some like action breaks putting their bodies through all sorts of thrilling tests. Some like solitude. We think this young man might fit into that category but he also clearly… Read More Inspiration
And speaking of booking flights, our eagle eyes have spotted that there’s a British Airways sale on right now with some great savings on flights to Dalaman, especially for June, July, September and October. But you’ll need to hurry because the offer closes 2 February from what we can see. Just follow this link . Happy… Read More British Airways sale
We spotted an interesting feature produced by Skyscanner, the travel search engine, about the cost benefit of booking flights ahead rather than leaving things to the last minute. Whilst the optimum time ahead varies by destination they do suggest that 7 weeks is a good benchmark and in its table of the most popular holiday… Read More When to book flights
Well the second in the series on some surprising facts about Turkey and this time the theme is religion. Now as we’ve explained previously Turkey’s predominant religion is Islam but it is a democratic Republic and secular state ie by design there is minimal religious involvement in national governance. But there are so many religious… Read More Surprising facts…no 2
EasyJet have released a number of UK to Dalaman flights for late Summer and Autumn 2016. Happily the prices appear to be significantly lower than they were last year, which is great news, but you might need to get in quick to get the best deals. What did we say in that earlier posting? JUST… Read More easyJet flights
We’ve just been catching up with the papers. Is it just us or does it take longer to go through them these days – are we getting slower or the papers getting fatter?