UK Tourists

Laughing Tourists Obstruct Endangered Turtles From Laying Their Eggs On Costa Rica Beach

The Huffington Post UK | Eve Hartley | Posted 15.09.2015 | UK

Tourists have obstructed sea turtles from laying eggs along the coast of Costa Rica by wading into the water as they reached the shore. The inciden...

My LA Guide

Amy Willerton | Posted 03.09.2015 | UK Entertainment
Amy Willerton

As my family were here two weeks I decided to split up the time with one week at the beach, and the second week in the madness of Hollywood. It's nice to see the different sides of the California - moutains, beach, city, etc however within the area you choose are even more options and decisions!! So here is what I picked and why...

London's Funniest Trip Advisor Reviews

Chloe Gunning | Posted 29.05.2015 | UK Comedy
Chloe Gunning

In addition to those, I've discovered another category. A category for the confused... The people who either don't quite get it, or are attempting a moment of comedy. Didn't they read up on what they were visiting in advance? Were they facing the wrong way? All I know is they provide some brilliant entertainment for the rest of us!

At Least 8 Dead In Tunisia Museum Shooting

AP | Posted 18.03.2015 | UK

A tense security raid after a gun attack at a Tunisian museum has ended after officers killed two gunmen, the interior ministry said, but two or three...

Coffee, Croissants and Culture in the Dordogne

Tom Beetham | Posted 11.05.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Tom Beetham

Most French towns and villages will have their own market days, and often the more low-key affairs can be as, if not more enjoyable than the larger ones. However, travel to the medieval town of Sarlat for one of the region's most bustling markets, and some of the most iconic buildings in the area.

Why Tourists and Technology Aren't Always the Perfect Harmony

Jessica Pitocchi | Posted 07.03.2015 | UK Tech
Jessica Pitocchi

I closed my eyes and spent a moment trying to just listen to the soothing sound of the choir and block out all the clicking and flashing, but it was genuinely difficult and it made me quite sad.

Travelling to Birmingham

Rupert Wolfe-Murray | Posted 29.09.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Rupert Wolfe-Murray

Many years passed before I realised you can "travel" in your own country, that we are actually surrounded by exotic locations, places we've never seen and dialects we don't understand... I'm visiting England's second biggest city precisely because it's not somewhere a visitor to the UK would normally visit.

Pfizer Grabs Headlines But Tourism Is the Industry to Watch

Christopher Rodrigues | Posted 02.08.2014 | UK
Christopher Rodrigues

British tourism is an export industry which can't be sold to the highest bidder and shipped overseas. Pfizer's bid for AstraZeneca has flooded Britain's news channels, eclipsing the air time given to many other valuable sectors.

What makes you a Londoner?

The Huffington Post UK | Tala Sweiss | Posted 14.05.2014 | UK Universities & Education

Train delays, rail replacement services, no personal space, endless rain, overpriced... well, everything. Sounds familiar? London recently overtook...

Wordsmiths and Warriors the Book Every English-Language Tourist Needs

Annie Martirosyan | Posted 10.05.2014 | UK
Annie Martirosyan

No less valuable are the helpful directions at the end of each chapter on how to get to the places by the most convenient and time-saving route.

Love London

Gina Lyons | Posted 27.04.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Gina Lyons

London has so much to offer, you can party at night, browse markets in the day and everything in between. It wasn't until February last year when my boyfriend fulfilled a childhood dream of mine by taking me to New York that I realised how utterly in love I was with this city.

All the Horrible People You Will Meet in January

Danielle Warren | Posted 08.03.2014 | UK Comedy
Danielle Warren

January brings with it a much more vicious and ferocious beast than a few Facebook updates from Jen about how 2014 is her year (and that her cheating boyfriend can go to hell). Allow me to introduce to you, the January sales-seekers, otherwise known as the most horrible people you will come across in January (maybe).

The Day I Got My Kit Off for a Pop Video

Hugh Carswell | Posted 19.02.2014 | UK Entertainment
Hugh Carswell

When we came to think about making the video for the single 'Take Hold', which is all about that incredible feeling of liberation, I wanted to try to capture a bit of that spirit - and the idea was born that we should feature some swimming, in particular, some underwater swimming.

Automation of Services and People - Are You Kidding Me?

Danielle Lowe | Posted 25.01.2014 | UK Universities & Education
Danielle Lowe

A spring is certainly present in a lot of Londoners steps right now. They're pleased to hear that they can party all night and take multiple methods of transport home rather than dashing for the last tube or trying to find where that night bus goes from. However, there are so many issues with this idea.

London - Just One Big Dysfunctional Family?

Josh Zitser | Posted 01.10.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Josh Zitser

What events like the Royal Wedding, the London Olympics and Wimbledon show are that, deep down, we are in fact amongst that most genuine and charming people out there. Give us a bottle of Pimms and we'll stumble and knock over our metaphorical walls. Give us a bit of sun as a remedy to our coldness, and our solar-powered souls are reinvigorated.

Running Into Trouble: Can the Spanish Be Proud of Their 'Bull' Culture Without Being Barbaric?

Philip Mansbridge | Posted 16.09.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Philip Mansbridge

People of Spain: Say no to these embarrassingly un-macho and old-fashioned barbaric practices. We'll do all we can at this end to support you and bring the focus back to all the magical and positive parts of your endearing culture.

UK Should Relax Visa Rules for Chinese Visitors or Lose Out to Europe

Alison Couper | Posted 19.04.2013 | UK Politics
Alison Couper

Visitors from China are also big spenders when they are here. Typically Chinese visitors will spend in the region of £1,600 while in the UK - nearly three times the average tourist spend, according to Visit Britain.

Photobombing Husky Redux: Hairy Hound Makes Retrospective Appearances At Royal Wedding & 1966 World Cup (PICTURES)

Huffington Post UK | Sara C Nelson | Posted 04.12.2012 | UK Comedy

Well, our somewhat crazed looking photobombing husky went viral so we thought we'd give him another shot at hogging the limelight. So here he is, ...

Photobombing Husky Steals The Show

Huffington Post UK | Sara C Nelson | Posted 02.02.2013 | UK Comedy

UPDATE: Photobombing Husky Redux, Hairy Hound Makes Retrospective Appearances At Royal Wedding & 1966 World Cup...

Brrrr! Winter Is Coming, But Did We Really Learn Anything From the Summer?

Alfie Evers | Posted 11.12.2012 | UK Comedy
Alfie Evers

Summer is over. My big brown winter coat twinkles at me. But, I ignore his advances. As I explain to him, Jack Frost isn't exactly banging on my windows shouting obscenities. I have not yet walked outside and quivered the words "Cor blimey guvnor". No doubt I will, but not yet my big brown friend. You stay where you are. Oh, you heard me. Back to the coat hook. Off you go.

Stingray Photobomb Gives Tourists A Fright (PICTURES)

Huffington Post UK | Sara C Nelson | Posted 27.11.2012 | UK

Lurching out of the ocean like something out of a horror film, we reckon this publicity-seeking stingray has pulled off the mother of all photobombs. ...

The Winner Is...

Lloyd Paige | Posted 02.08.2012 | UK Sport
Lloyd Paige

If Olympic visitors are not travelling to the West End then where are they going? The answer is Westfield Stratford City and it's been billing itself as the gateway to the Olympic Park

101 Reasons Why the British are the Best - By an American

Melanie Batley | Posted 22.08.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Melanie Batley

1. Queen Victoria 2. The Queen 3. Kate Middleton

Murder and Mayhem in London - My Father, the Tourist Who Cannot Hear

Sorab Shroff | Posted 15.08.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Sorab Shroff

My father has never left the tiny corner of Mumbai in which he lives. He was born deaf, at a time when being disabled meant you were condemned to a limited formal education. His trip, stressful and unforgettable, helped me see London - and my father - differently. With Father's Day coming up, it helped us look at my dad through clear, unsentimental eyes of grown up adults.

The Hidden Cost of Tourists for the NHS

Chris Skidmore | Posted 30.07.2012 | UK Politics
Chris Skidmore

Last year, using Freedom of Information requests, I carried out an investigation, which asked every NHS Foundation Trust for the amount of debt owed by foreign nationals - both written off and unpaid. By October 2011, I had gathered responses from over 118 trusts, showing that that more than £40 million had been written off or was still outstanding.