Great Britain is getting ready to celebrate “Bonfire Night”, which is a yearlyÂ celebration on November 5. On this day we remember the failed gunpowder plot by GuyÂ Fawkes in 1605. During this celebration “guy” dolls that represent Guy Fawkes areÂ set alight and burned on the bonfire.
The Caribbean is gigantic. In fact, it’s made up of more than 7,000 separate islands. That’s some fierce competition the Caribbean countries face when it comes to tourism. So what makes some countries, such as Barbados, more popular with travellers than others? With upwards of 500,000 tourists visiting the island of Barbados every year, there has to be some pretty good reasons why travellers are bookingÂ Barbados holidays, right? Yes! Here’s the top 3 reasons why Barbados is one of the most popular resort destinations in the Caribbean.
Like any well seasoned traveller would do, we searched for hotels in all possible corners of the web. We used Trivago, Expedia, Kayak, Laterooms, etc â€¦ you name it, we used it. Every so often I would find a really good hotel for a cheap price and think we should book this, but then leave it till the evening to find out it has been fully booked.
On two occasions I found a 4* hotel near Times Square on offer, but neglected to book it there and then, resulting in me missing out. We were running out of time and we had to book a hotel, when I came across the Pod hotel. It was pricey, yes, but the location of it alone was probably worth it.
After discovering we are expecting our first baby together we decided we needed a last holiday before the new arrival. We also hadn’t been on a holiday for quite some time and figured this is our last chance for a couples holiday! I had been to New York on two occasions before and quite agreed this city to be one of the greatest in the world and since Jon hadn’t been before I wanted to show him what he had been missing out on.