Travel Associates' Top 5 Blogs Of July

07 Aug 2015

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At Travel Associates, we love all things travel, whether that's talking about luxury stays, adventure tours or quite simply out-of-this-world experiences. But enough about us.

The question we've been asking lately is: What do our readers love? With that in mind, we've compiled a list of the five most-popular blogs from July, so you can catch-up with the latest travel inspiration.

1. Overwater Bungalows: The History, Design & Experience

Aerial view of The St. Regis Bora Bora, Tahiti

As far as romantic and indulgent travel experiences go, the overwater bungalow has rightfully earned its place as a perennial favourite with Travel Associates readers, as evident with our latest take on the subject.

2. Onefinestay: Hip Homes Away From Home

Highgate Woods in London

With more soul than most hotels and without the hassle of home rental, we outlined how 'unhotel' pioneer onefinestay has found its niche with characterful homes in the worlds' most desirable neighborhoods.

3. Flightseeing Australia: 5 Totally Unique Holiday Experiences

This image: Aerial view of The St. Regis Bora Bora, Tahiti.

The Birdsville Races

Sometimes you don't have to travel further than your own backyard for an experience completely left-of-centre. Of course, travelling by private aircraft helps, as we explored in with Australian Air Holidays latest itineraries.

4. Phil Anderson: Cycling Legend To Host Our Europe Cycling River Cruise

On a cycling tour through Europe. Source: Phil Anderson Cycling

While lending his expert knowledge as host of Travel Associates exclusive cycling river cruise in 2016, we found out there's still plenty the Aussie cycling icon’s looking forward to on this particular tour of Europe.

5. Double Vision: Europe vs North America Skiing

Skiing in Europe or North America. Which would you choose?

July's chill was a timely reminder that bookings for the 2015/16 winter season in Europe and North America have kicked into high gear. We compared the best places to ski, stay and apres on both sides of the Atlantic.