Tesalate towel review. The smartest towels on the beach – sand free, super-absorbent, quick-drying and easy on the eye. Because life’s too short for boring beach towels…
I was recently asked to review one of Tesalate’s sand-free beach towels. Ironic really because we’re only allowed out for daily permitted walks close to home right now. The beach is a total no go. Tricky huh. The designs are gorgeous and the clever features are impressive so here’s what I thought of the Tesalate beach towel.
Travel’s off the agenda for the foreseeable. Check out my guide to armchair travel for ways to get your travel fix without leaving the house…
View of Porto, Portugal
Royal Brunei Airlines Review. My experience flying business class from London Heathrow to Brunei and the return journey in economy class on the B787 Dreamliner. Read on to see how my Royal Brunei Airlines flights in business and economy compared.
Royal Brunei Airlines Business Class Seats
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Updated 24 November 2019
I have a thing about luggage. From carry-on to hold luggage from backpacks and wheeled duffels to hard-shell suitcases and day packs. I have a cupboard full of packs within, wheelie bags within duffels within suitcases. The luggage version of Russian dolls.
I’m on a constant quest for quality luggage that makes travel easier and when it comes to carry-on luggage I think I’ve found ‘the one’. I’ve been testing out the Farpoint 40 Osprey Rucksack and I absolutely love it. Small but not too small, this perfectly sized pack has room for all my gear and conforms to EU maximum carry-on luggage size. I’m actually feeling rather smug about this backpack.
Barbados in February. Does it get any better? White powdery sand, turquoise seas, wall-to-wall sunshine, rum punch and reggae. That’s what I was expecting from my first visit to Barbados in the Caribbean when we jetted off from a cold, grey Gatwick last month. The island was happy to oblige and ticked all the boxes but she also threw in a few happy surprises including the wonderful Barbados boutique hotel Cobblers Cove and further round the island the wild and dramatic scenery of the East Coast beaches.