Author:Charlie Hawkins

FlyOver Iceland: the newest, most exhilarating gateway into Iceland’s unknown

We’re incredibly excited to announce that we’re now offering FlyOver Iceland – an exciting new excursion – within our trips to the Land of Fire and Ice! A vision that was years in the making,...

FlyView Paris – our exciting new excursion!

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Well, it’s kind of a bit of both! Introducing FlyView Paris – our exciting new excursion for all of our trips to the French capital. The brand new VR experience...

Yavneh College’s visit to Ypres and the Somme

Following a number of thought-provoking trips to Ypres and the Somme, Yavneh College in Borehamwood returned once more in 2019. The historical insight and lifelong memories they make along the way...

Nunnery Wood’s trip to Sorrento

“Looking back at Nunnery Wood’s Italian adventures over the last few years, it has been enlightening to see the students’ amazement along their various journeys to Sorrento. The incredible...
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Home away from home – Iceland’s top places to stay

Although Iceland is often defined by its dramatic landscapes and geographical wonders, the Nordic island also possesses a wealth of accommodation to match its well-renowned beauty. From hotels and...
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The start of the Premier League season and our league predictor!

Yesterday saw the closure of the transfer window, marking the end to a summer of wheeling’s and dealings for football clubs across the UK. Premier League clubs are now focused on the opening...

Rayburn Review – How to choose a repertoire for your tour

We recently sat down with Eleanor Harvey, our Concert Tours Operations Manager, to discuss how to choose an appropriate repertoire for a musical trip. Following her involvement in a number of...

Funny food idioms that will make you sound more French

For example…   The expression ‘it’s raining cats and dogs’ doesn’t mean that it’s literally raining cats and dogs. It actually means heavy rain. Learning and becoming familiar with...

Heartbreak and Triumph – Sport’s Fine Margins

Sport can provide some of life’s most memorable moments, whether that be through the joy of victory or the heartache of defeat. It’s been quite the sporting summer for the natives of New Zealand,...

The return of Championship football and our league predictor!

Among the title challengers are recently-relegated Fulham. With fire power fit for the premier league, you’d expect them to find their way back to the top. Other obvious promotion candidates are...

The importance of playing sport at a young age

I recently came across an interesting piece in the June/July issue of School Sport Magazine, where David English spoke passionately about the importance of sport within schools. He strongly believed...

Sport and the brain

Travel far and wide and there’s bound to be a trace of a sport you love. Let’s face it, place two hoodies on the ground and you have a set of goal posts. That’s the great thing about sport –...