What to Eat on a Self Catering Holiday in Malta

Posted on: March 25th, 2013 Posted by

With just 122 square miles of land-mass, Malta may be diminutive, but what it lacks in size it makes up for with its cuisine. Located in the central Mediterranean, the island’s strategic position has led to its occupation by many different nations over the years. The Greeks, Romans, Phoenicians, French and British, as well as the Knights of St John, are amongst the groups who left their mark on the island and on the food eaten by its people. Read the rest of this entry »

Looking through holiday photos has always been a popular pastime and a great way to remember those special moments together. While once people passed prints of photos round the office, today, social media sites such as Facebook are offer fresh new approaches to sharing images with friends and family members around the world. This means there is more pressure to get not just good photos, but perfect photos! Read the rest of this entry »

Founded by Spanish colonists in the late 18th Century, those early explorers would hardy recognise the San Francisco of today. Now a Mecca for international tourists, the Californian city is home to a number of iconic landmarks and is renown for hosting varied  music and art festivals throughout the year. If you are planning a trip to the “Golden City” make sure that you don’t miss out by adding these three popular attractions to your must-see list. Read the rest of this entry »

Fuerteventura’s Best Resorts for 2013

Posted on: March 4th, 2013 Posted by

Boasting miles of beaches and a warm, sunny climate all year round, Fuerteventura is the second largest of the Canary Islands. Like all of the Canaries, the island’s rocky structure was formed by volcanic activity millions of years ago. First inhabited by tribes originating from Northern Africa,  Fuerteventura was conquered by the French in the 1400s and later by the Spanish. Now a popular tourist destination, Fuerteventura has something appeal to all ages and tastes. Read the rest of this entry »