Nuffield Place is typical of the Chilterns: modest, intriguing and tucked away in a beautiful place you have probably near … Continue reading Nuffield Place – the epitome of understatement
This short travelogue follows the discovery of a set of images taken during a trip a relative took whilst on holiday … Continue reading A road trip in the Free State and neighbouring Lesotho
It’s time to look beyond the membership fee for new opportunities in the travel and leisure industry. It’s time for … Continue reading Isn’t it time small #tourism businesses looked beyond the DMO membership fee?
Another week, another World Travel Market and each year I can’t fail to notice the footprints of some geographical areas … Continue reading Fewer platitudes would reassure potential visitors about the safety of your destination
To come in under the radar, you have to harness the energy, insights and influence of your local businesses to … Continue reading Brand Building. By Stealth
Origin: early 21st century: blend of glamorous and camping = glamping. How fickle is the camping consumer? Has glamping really become a … Continue reading Cotton sheets, or sleeping bag? Has glamping really become a leisure habit, or is it a trend heading south?
The High Commission of South Africa in London is the diplomatic and public face of South Africa in the UK … Continue reading Just because the lady loves flowers…from Kirstenbosch