Monthly Archives: September 2014

British Airways Business Only Service is Five Years Old

28/09/2014 by .

British Airways celebrated this week as the most successful commercial airline to operate a business class-only service between London and New York. Previous all-business class airlines such as Maxjet, Eos and Silverjet, all ceased trading within five years, however this week, a milestone was reached as British Airways business only service is five years old.

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British Airways adds three new routes to Gatwick Airport

25/09/2014 by .

British Airways has added another three new routes to its 2015 Gatwick schedule. Seville in Spain, Funchal in Madeira and Las Palmas in Gran Canaria will all be available to book from today, and the first flights will take to the skies from March 2015.

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Glamping at Livingstone Lodge. Serengetti in Kent

25/09/2014 by .

Sitting out on the decking of The Laapa Restaurant with a glass of decent red, as a herd of giraffes, back lit by the sunset, elegantly strolled past was almost too good. If I didn’t know better, I would have said the whole thing was stage managed, such is the genius of a night glamping at Livingstone Lodge.

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The strangest golf courses in the World

25/09/2014 by .

Golf is a global sport these days, and golfers are constantly searching for new challenges. Here at TripReporter we are all passionate golfers and the challenge for us was could we, from experience, list the strangest golf courses we have ever played. So we did. And so we are delighted to present the strangest golf courses in the World.

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Lisbon Shopping. Ten most unusual stores

24/09/2014 by .

Lisbon shopping has always been a varied experience. Everything from Pastel to high fashion. Autumn is a perfect time to take a Lisbon shopping city break  – the weather is mild, flights are affordable from the UK, and there is no shortage of hotels to suit all pockets. From cosmopolitan large shopping malls to the country’s oldest music store, there is quality and quirkiness guaranteed with some Lisbon shopping. Here are our top ten most unusual stores to seek out.

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Sandy Balls New Forest Camping

24/09/2014 by .

Sandy Balls New Forest Camping has been owned by the Westlake family for more 95 years. In 1916, Ernest Westlake, a naturalist of Quaker upbringing set up an alternative youth initiative to the Scout Movement, The Order of Woodcraft Chivalry.Three years later, he purchased Sandy Balls and worked with his son Aubrey to create a woodland camp-site and education centre where people could develop wood craft skills, self-sufficiency, carpentry, agricultural techniques and house building.

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