Beat the January blues by planning a holiday. Sarah Marshall provides some inspiration with a look at some of this year’s most popular destinations.
SPRING might still be a couple of months away but many people are already planning their summer holidays.
The question is where to go? Yorkshire, of course, has become a top place to visit for 2014. But if you’re looking to venture beyond the confines of God’s Own Country there are no shortage of options.
Britons looking for bargain breaks should head for Bali, the cheapest of the many destinations where the pound has strengthened against local currencies, according to a Post Office Travel Money survey.
The Indonesian island was rated the best-value destination where a basket of typical holiday items cost just £31 compared with £115 in Auckland in New Zealand – the most expensive destination surveyed.
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