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Salmonella and sickness claims in Tunisia

19th September 2011
Illness has affected many holidaymakers in Tunisia, and many claims have been made against tour operators for adequate compensation. Holidays have been ruined by vomiting, diarrhoea and stomach cramps, often linked to poor standards of health and hygie... Read >

Salmonella and Campylobacter in the Maldives

26th May 2011
Campylobacter and Salmonella food poisoning outbreaks have been reported in the Maldives by holidaymakers returning to the UK. Typical symptoms of Campylobacter include severe diarrhoea, often with blood, severe stomach cramps and vomiting and the illn... Read >

Salmonella food poisoning illness in Egypt

23rd May 2011
Salmonella food poisoning illness in Egypt is a common form of holiday illness and it can cause symptoms of sickness, headaches, diarrhoea and stomach cramps. Most bacteria are killed at 75C while they are being cooked, although the temperature must a... Read >

Holiday food poisoning risks abroad

23rd May 2011
Holiday food poisoning risks abroad have increased since the introduction of all inclusive holiday hotels in Turkey, Egypt, The Dominican Republic, Spain, Tunisia, The Maldives, Morocco, Cuba and Mexico. Hundreds of cases of holiday food poisoning have... Read >

Tunisia holiday diarrhoea claim

16th May 2011
Hundreds of holiday sickness claims after diarrhoea and vomiting bouts have been made by holidaymakers returning from Tunisia during the past 18 months and many all inclusive hotels have come under the spotlight for the wrong reasons. If you suffer hol... Read >

The Letoon and Xanthos Turkey

09th May 2011
The Letoon (16km/10 miles south of Pinara; daily 7.30am-7pm in summer, 8.30am5pm in winter; charge), was a religious sanctuary, a shrine to the goddess Leto and an assembly ground at which Lycians celebrated festivals. The first of the three temples, dati... Read >

Food poisoning Q & As Morocco

04th April 2011
Cases of food poisoning in Morocco have increased over the past few years and hundreds of holidaymakers are making claims against tour operators when they return to the UK. Food poisoning can affect all age groups but can cause serious illness in young... Read >

Compensation claim for food poisoning in Cuba

23rd March 2011
Did you know you can make a compensation claim in the UK for food poisoning in Cuba providing the illness was caused by the negligence of the tour operator? Hundreds of cases of food poisoning and holiday illness have been reported by holidaymakers ret... Read >

Disease and illness in the Dominican Republic

04th March 2011
Disease and illness have affected hundreds of holidaymakers in the Dominican Republic during the past 18 months and many claims have been made against tour operators for adequate compensation. Holidays have been ruined by vomiting, diarrhoea and stomac... Read >

Food poisoning outbreaks in Egypt

23rd February 2011
Food poisoning outbreaks in Egypt have increased at all-inclusive holiday hotels over the past 2 years. Most cases of holiday illness result from poor standards of health and hygiene in holiday hotels and hundreds of claims for compensation have been made... Read >

The Museums of the Vatican

10th February 2011
The Vatican Museums have become so crowded that the authorities have had to resort to four color coded tours to impose order. The only one that covers all the important sights is the yellow tour, which supposedly lasts five hours, but by following the yel... Read >

10 ways to prevent car accidents

14th December 2010
Car accidents cause many thousands of accidents and injuries in the UK each year, and over 90% of all car accidents can be attributed to driver error.If you have suffered injuries after a road accident which was not your fault, you can claim compensation ... Read >

Ravenglass the Lake District

29th April 2010
Ravenglass, a tiny village consisting mainly of a single street which is a lovely jumble of traditional Cumberland architecture from a variety of periods. The rivers Irt, Mite and Esk all meet here, forming a 'trident' as Coleridge says, in a narrow chann... Read >

Burg Hulshoff Munster Germany

29th April 2010
Burg Hulshoff, in the suburb of Havixbeck, the ancestral DrosteHulshoff home, where Annette was born in 1797, and Haus Ruschhaus, the erstwhile country home of Westphalia's most celebrated Baroque architect, Johann Conrad Schlaun, in MunsterNienberge, whe... Read >

Places to visit in Munster Germany

29th April 2010
The Oerscher Hof, number 42, was built around 1748 for the barons van Beverfoerde, and is the only one that survived the war without damage. In it today is Munster's most prized eatery, the Michelinstarred and GaultMillaurated Kleines Restaurant im Oersch... Read >