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The Chedi Muscat Hotel & Room Review

Most importantly – Does the hotel and room do what it’s supposed to do? The Chedi Muscat is a luxury getaway for up market travellers and visitors to the country of Oman and...

Al Nadha Resort and Spa: The VIP Massage

As a very low maintenance man I have never had the urge to get a massage. However, as a travel blogger I am lucky enough to visit some of the most beautiful hotels in the world,...

Al Nadha Resort and Spa: The VIP day trip

Oman is not what you would expect, partially because you’ve maybe never heard of Oman or have never expected to go there. It may also be because the general perception of the...

Ultimate Layover: Oman VIP Edition

Here at the world in a weekend we’re passionate about enjoying the journey and not just the destination. One of our key philosophies is that the act of travelling should also be...

Our South East Asia Itinerary

So far our blog has explored Europe, Northern and Central America, the Middle East, the Caribbean and Africa. Obviously, there’s something missing here: a little something...

Into the Mist with Hornblower Cruises

As we reached the eye of the storm I experienced something for the first time: Sensory overload. As over 2 million litres of water beat down on us every second all I could see...

Flying over Niagara Falls with Niagara Helicopters

Soaring above the mighty Niagara Falls is something that imprints on your soul. A truly once in a lifetime experience. I tried to remember every moment, every little detail that I...

Ultimate Layover – Toronto Edition with King Tours

Air Canada is an airline on the up, meaning that travellers flying transatlantic or transpacific are increasing going via Toronto. Regular readers of the World in a Weekend will...

Front row tickets to the storm at the Conrad Hotel Miami

Sometimes travel plans go out the window and you trip, holiday or journey can be made or broken by how good you are at making the best of a bad situation. Sometimes you lose and...

Getting to know Miami through a Food Tour

I’ve never liked foodies. I feel food is a weird thing to judge. At the end of the day an apple has already been ripped from its mother, kidnapped and forced into a slavery...