A few days before I was due to go to Istanbul (mid-March), I didn’t get as annoyingly excited as usual. Normally, I bask in the wonderful build-up before a holiday, reminiscent of a hyper-active child on Christmas Eve. The reason for my lack of enthusiasm was all thanks to a quick Istanbul Google weather search.
Monthly ArchivesApril 2011
During one chunk of my recent Cambodia holiday (arranged seamlessly by our wonderful new clients, Cambodia specialist ABOUTAsia Travel), I undertook an 11-hour coach journey. Why? Because by road is the only way to get to Ratanakiri, a wild north-eastern province that offers fabulous eco-tourism, a refreshingly rustic feel and all manner of outdoor-activity treats. The
Great news! The sunshine and warm weather that much of the country’s been enjoying this week looks set to stay, with forecasters predicting a weekend of blue skies and sunshine – more fit for August than April, and outdoing many of our European neighbours. This ice-cream weather makes a truly welcome change and is expected