The Oak Tree Inn, Balmaha

When planning our trip to this part of Scotland, all we knew was that we wanted to stay somewhere close to some great highland walks, it had comfortable accommodation, good Continue Reading →

Hyatt Zilara Cancun

Cancun is one of the most famous travel destinations in the Americas, and with just under 5 million visitors per year, hotels are in keen competition for the tourist dollar. Continue Reading →

Hacienda Chichen Resort, Chichen Itza

“Cubana Air is always late!” were the wise words of our host, Hilda, from our casa particular in Havana. She was right. They were – an hour late. This made Continue Reading →

El Silencio Lodge & Spa, Costa Rica

Our Morpho Vans transfer from The Springs Resort & Spa to El Silencio Lodge was a charming mother and son team – she drove, he operated the GPS on his Continue Reading →

The Springs Resort and Spa, Costa Rica

Despite it’s claim to fame of being one of the locations for the American TV show, The Bachelor, I still made a reservation at The Springs Resort and Spa in Continue Reading →

Hidden Canopy Treehouses, Costa Rica

The roads in the rural areas Costa Rica are known for their poor condition and difficulty of navigation. Once off the main ‘highway’ on our chauffeured journey to Monteverde Cloud Continue Reading →

Bosque del Cabo, Costa Rica

The 24-seater Nature Air plane skipped and jiggled as we flew into cloud. The pilot in the cockpit was clearly unconcerned, so I gazed back out the window ready to Continue Reading →

InterContinental Sydney

Having visited other InterContinental properties before, I had a fair idea of what to expect in terms of service and general amenities. What I had not experienced before was the Continue Reading →

Bishop’s Court Estate Boutique Hotel, Bathurst

A weekend away in a location only a couple of hours from home is not something we do often – it’s usually a long drive or flight (of varying lengths) Continue Reading →