I joined the TTG news team from Building magazine in March 2010, and look after all things cruise and news. I’m responsible for sniffing out and exploring all the latest stories for the website and magazine, as well as covering the odd cruise launch! Other specialities include looking after the Time Travel section – perfect for a history buff like me. This is my second job after completing my journalism diploma in Magazine and Investigative journalism at City University.
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Sophie Griffiths takes a close look at what the government’s long-awaited documents might eventually mean for you
Hurtigruten claims to have launched an industry first with a promise that if passengers are not able to see the Northern Lights on their voyage, the line will arrange another cruise for free
P&O Cruises launched its 2016 collection of World Journeys this week, with hopes of targeting new customers who might be tempted by more exotic voyages
- MSC Cruises begins €200m ship revamp programme
- MH17 was hit by 'numerous objects', report reveals
- Govt responds to 'far from perfect' PTD proposals
- Abta welcomes govt response on Atol
- Govt releases response to Call for Evidence on PTD and Atol
- Lufthansa pilots announce second strike
- China predicted to need 6,000 more planes by 2034
Recent blog posts
After two and half months in Asia we landed back into the western world with a bump (and a shock to our bank balances) to explore Australia’s east coast.
We travelled down through Laos to Vang Vieng - once dubbed the “world’s most unlikely party town”.
From Luang Prabang we travelled down to Vang Vieng, to explore the backpacker mecca once dubbed the “world’s most unlikely party town”.
- Pens, protests, and one of South-East Asia's poorest nations
- Sri Lanka - our Asian adventure continues...
- Mumbai, white sands and God's Own Country
- The Pink City, and a touch of Bollywood glamour
- The scam continues... the road to the Taj Mahal
- Delhi, dishonest travel agents, and one big scam
- Adventures in the Orient