Another island hop in the Philippines meant another small flight for Flying Fluskey. Between Busuanga (Coron) to Caticlan (for Boracay) we opted to take the bijou airline Air Juan. These guys have little land planes and also operate sea planes on some of their routes (sadly, not on ours).
If you are travelling to El Nido in the Philippines, you will probably end up staying in Buena Suerte, otherwise known as El Nido town. That’s where we based ourselves, and found the quirky spot, El Gordo’s Guesthouse and Adventures.
The Philippines is a country of islands, there are over 7,500 of them. The travel options between them are twofold, you can catch a boat or a plane. As we were taking a short trip, we chose to take the air option, and so we found ourselves travelling between Caticlan and El Nido on AirSWIFT.… Continue reading A Review of AirSWIFT Domier 328 MPH – ENI
It’s January 2018 and it’s time to head east again. Ah Asia! This time we are off to the Philippines, via Hong Kong. Leg 1, London to Hong Kong is Done and dusted (feel free to read London to Hong Kong in Upper Class experience with Virgin Atlantic here). Now leg 2, and we have chosen… Continue reading A Review of Philippine Airlines A330-300 V3 Economy HKG – MNL
Luxor is the jewel in Egypt’s tourism crown. There are many ways to see it’s famous tombs and temples. The most exhausting being a traditional tour, on foot. The most magical, taking to the skies in one of Magic Horizon’s Hot Air Balloons!
Let me start by saying, I have stayed in all manner of hotels, guesthouses, hostels, campsites and apartments. I have nothing against any accommodation option (although I may skip camping in deepest, darkest winter). I think that, of all of them, hostels have the worst reputation and I would love to change the mind of… Continue reading Why Staying in Hostels is NOT as Bad as You Think
(Disclosure: The Transfer Pack 28l in this review was sent to me to test. All opinions are my own) Recently, I have found myself wandering around shops, looking at new backpacks. I have quite a few but five more can’t hurt can it!? Don’t you find that handsfree travel through a station or airport is… Continue reading Kathmandu Transfer Pack 28 V3 – A Review
Browsing through Airbnb, curious to see what was available in Peru, I came across something very special. Mr Fluskey and I were travelling to Peru and I knew straight away that we HAD to book Skylodge Adventure Suites. The Trip Our trip did not start out terribly well. I suffered bruised coccyx just three days… Continue reading Skylodge Adventure Suites – A Night on the Edge
Virgin Atlantic’s Upper Class cabin is their top most cabin offering. It is listed as a business class cabin and so lies somewhere between British Airways Club World and First Class (just as a comparison).
The Girl Scouts have a motto, it’s pretty long and no where near as snappy as their male counterparts. Today, we are going to borrow the boys saying “Be Prepared!” How many times have you arrived at your destination and had the realisation that you are missing something that you need? There are millions of… Continue reading 12 Things That Every Female Traveller Should Pack