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Cook up a storm in Barcelona, Spain

Cook up a storm in Barcelona, Spain

The cuisine of Spain has an identity of its own, taking a hands-on cooking course in Barcelona promises not just a culinary but also a cultural experience as you learn from passionate Spanish chefs who are keen to impart their extensive knowledge so that you take home a new skill […]

The sky’s the limit… Explain the concept to my Dad

I recorded a short interview yesterday with Kevin May from Travolution who have a regular podcast as part of their multi-media offering. The feature is titled ‘The Sky’s the Limit’ and each week features a new company with a big idea. Kevin May kindly asked www.GoLearnTo.com to feature this month. I was asked a series […]

by May 1, 2008 Travel news

46% planning May breaks…

Travelmole have reported on a poll of British travellers by TripAdvisor, an extract of which is below… ‘Most holidaymakers would prefer to have bank holidays more evenly spread throughout the year, a survey shows. Almost three quarters of people asked want a more even spread of public holidays, according to […]

by April 29, 2008 Singles holidays
Sample the essence of Italian style and culture…

Sample the essence of Italian style and culture…

In need of some inspiration? Want to capture the essence of Italian style for yourself?  Then why not consider an Italian language, spa and shopping trip for your next holiday. Away from the pressure of the 9-5, do something for you and indulge yourself on this unique long weekend course […]

by April 22, 2008 Language holidays, Singles holidays
The source of the sauce…

The source of the sauce…

Italian cuisine has its origins dating as far back as 3,000 years ago to the Etruscan era and when it comes to their food, Italians really do do it better.  To learn to cook like the Italians, there’s nothing like going direct to the source of the sauce to take […]

by April 21, 2008 Singles holidays
The food fight of your life…

The food fight of your life…

On the last Wednesday of August, at the peak of tomato season, up to 40,000 people will make their way to Buñol, a small town 25 km west of Valencia for the biggest food fight of their life. Things start Spanish style with a ham on top of a greasy […]

by April 21, 2008 Language holidays, Travel news
Spanish, surfing and turtles in Costa Rica…

Spanish, surfing and turtles in Costa Rica…

A former fishing village on the North Pacific Coast, Tamarindo in Costa Rica has a laidback feel with pristine beaches, clear blue waters, stunning natural surroundings, and near perfect weather. With near perfect surfing conditions, Playa Tamarindo attracts both beginners learning to surf as well as seasoned pros.  A perfect […]

by April 16, 2008 Singles holidays

What will you do with your 8 days?

From 2009, UK workers will be entitled to an extra 8 days of paid holiday per year taking the total holiday allowance up to 28 days. According to the Trade and Industry Minister, “This extra time off will make a real difference in the lives of hard-working people – a […]

by April 14, 2008 Travel news
Love food? Learn to cook in Tuscany…

Love food? Learn to cook in Tuscany…

I love food, it’s a passion of mine and I love to while away the hours cooking.  After spending months travelling around the world inspecting holiday courses for GoLearnTo and eating out each night, I was so happy to reach Italy where I could indulge my passion for cooking. All […]

by April 13, 2008 Singles holidays

What are you waiting for?

You’ve graduated, the world is at your feet and you have a strong desire to see as much of the world as possible before you even think about settling down or getting a job. It may not feel like it but statistically you are one of many, so to stand […]

by April 9, 2008 Singles holidays