Blog posts by Sam Stone

Sam Stone

Sam has been involved in the creative arts industries for over twenty-five years in both France and the UK, working with a variety of specialised businesses and publishers. She is a freelance writer, whose work includes travel blogs, web content and script writing.

Greek watersports at their best

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Renowned for its sporting events held in honour of the gods, Greece is still a popular place to flex your sporting muscles. A large peninsula which is washed by three seas, many of the holiday sporting

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Greek Island hopping tips

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There are up to six thousand islands in Greece. Not all of them are inhabited, but most of them offer exactly what you need for a very enjoyable holiday in the sun. Popular islands Scattered throughout

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Contemplating a cruise?

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The popularity of cruise holidays
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With over three-quarters of the earth’s surface covered by water, it’s not surprising that cruise holidays are such a big part of the travel industry. Traditionally adored by an elderly clientele,

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Restorative travel

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Restorative travel
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Restorative travel is ideal for anyone who leads a sedentary office-bound lifestyle and wants to get energised on holiday without getting exhausted. So what is the perfect holiday? Building memories, relaxing

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The future for tour operators

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tour operator
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The latest blow to the travel industry brought about by Brexit has further highlighted the inevitable downfall of the traditional tour operator and travel agent. Technology has significantly contributed

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Package holiday alternatives

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package holidays
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Traditionally most Brits book package holidays in Europe because it is a quick, easy and cheap destination. However, thanks to all the confusion surrounding Brexit, summer package holiday bookings in destinations

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Bank holiday favourites

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long bank holiday weekend
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The four day Easter break is the biggest bank holiday weekend of the year for most office workers. An estimated 27 million cars in the UK alone are set to jam our motorways, and airports will be bursting

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Great late Easter Skiing

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easter ski deals
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The recent brutal return of winter to the UK has brought with it some ideal late Easter skiing conditions across parts of Europe. The Snow Sandwich which dumped mainly across the northern Alps brought

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Travelling solo

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travelling solo
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With International Women’s day behind us and Mothers day looming, it seems an appropriate time to explore the opportunities available for women travelling solo in today’s holiday market. Why travel?

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