Drawing inspiration from her nomadic family, Josie has travelled extensively since graduating. Most recently, Josephine has travelled through New Zealand, Australia, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos, Malaysia, Indonesia, South Africa and Swaziland.
Josephine cites New Zealand as a firm favourite thanks to the numerous adventurous excursions on offer, including black water tubing, skydiving and leaping off the Canyon Swing in Queenstown. Josephine also holds an advanced Advanced Open Water Diver PADI scuba diving certification and is well placed to provide tips on some of the best diving sites in Southeast Asia.
A rich heritage and outstanding landscapes compete for your attention during holidays in Europe. With more countries than Asia crammed into a relatively compact space, for tailor made holidays Europe is unmatched.
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Andalucia in southern-most Spain is sun-baked and sultry, offering hedonistic and cultural pleasures in equal measure. It's possible to ski the Sierra Nevada and swim in the sea on the same day in the province of Granada and spend the next immersed in the fairytale fortress that is the Alhambra.
Simply put, Tuscany’s capital is a world wonder. But since other travellers know this too, you'll want to use these insider tips to see Florence in a new way, from quiet walking routes to the best spot to catch a sunset.
Whether you dream of luxury Italian holidays or just want to dress like it, these are the summery outfits to pack. Outfit inspiration for what to wear in Milan, Amalfi, and Rome.
If you want to bask in 24-hour sunlight, follow our guide to the best places to experience the Midnight Sun around the world.
Europe is a firm favourite with travellers, and it may seem that there's nowhere left to discover. That, however, is simply untrue. Venture off-the-beaten-track, and you'll be rewarded with a wealth of undiscovered destinations, each with their own rich and idiosyncratic culture, history and custom…
The ICEHOTEL is a unique architectural wonder, built using 2500 blocks of ice taken from the Thorne River in northern Sweden. The blocks are harvested in March and April when the ice on the river is at its thickest; each one weighs in at 1.8 tons.