1 in 3 Brits fed up of ‘perfect’ travel photos, claims survey

Millions of Brits are ‘fed up’ of travel photos showing unrealistic, picture-perfect scenes. A study of 2,000 adults found 29 per cent would rather see ‘authentic’ snaps showing what the holiday was really like than the ideal images. In fact, travellers are seven times MORE likely to visit a destination after seeing a picture posted…

Holidaymakers waste time worrying about work

Holidaymakers waste one whole day of a week-long trip worrying about work, deciding what to do, spending time on social media and waiting in line for attractions. A study of 2,000 UK adults, who’ve holidayed in the last year, found people spend 17 ½ hours over a seven day holiday – the equivalent of 6am…

8 out of 10 Brits rely on online reviews for Holidays

Online reviews were more important than ever for Brits planning their holidays this summer with a new poll from the Internet Association showing that eight out ten holidaymakers relied on them before booking.  As well as using reviews to plan where to stay, 70 per cent of UK adults use the internet to book their…

The Expenses You Can’t Afford to Skip

Most of us spend a lot of time trying to make cutbacks. We’re always on the lookout for ways to save money or spend less. We try to find ways to get more for our money, and we hate spending more than we need to unless we feel it’s worth the added value. The cost…