When I was young, I travelled extensively all over the world, backpacking to far flung places; South East Asia, Australasia and the South Pacific. The flight distances sometimes took days, but back then I took each and every flight in my stride. Travelling alone? Not a problem. Long haul flights? I loved them. I was young and the excitement of travel was new and thrilling.
Fast forward to now, my travelling tastes have changed. I now look for a little luxury in my holiday destinations – boutique hotels, beautiful resorts and cool city breaks, preferring a soft, comfortable bed and a good coffee to a beach shack on a deserted island.
Luxury travel, starts with the flight. Travelling long haul can be pretty uncomfortable at the best of times, so now, when I fly, I search for a flight with a touch of home comforts and great service.
Yes, I’d love to have the opportunity to fly in comfort and class, to truly relax and not worry about the journey, and just enjoy getting away. Last September I stole a weekend away in Malaga with Dan. Air Charter Service asked some of the UK’s best photographers and bloggers to share their favourite skyline photographs, and one of my shots of Malaga’s skyline was included in their Beautiful Skylines of Europe collection.
Now they are asking you to share your own. Enter your most inspiring skyline views for the chance to win a GoPro Hero 4. You’ll find all the details you need to enter, as well as the terms and conditions, in their Beautiful Skylines of Europe post.
The Beautiful Skylines of Europe Contest is open to any EU residents currently living within the EU, and runs from now until the 28th of June 2016. All photographs must be of a European city and you can enter for your chance to win a GoPro Hero 4 by tweeting your photo with the #ACSEUSkylines hashtag. Vote for your favourite photo at euskylinescompetition.hscampaigns.com and follow the competition on Twitter by following @Claire_ACS.
Collaboration Note: This post was written in collaboration with Air Charter Service to promote their photography competition. All words and images are my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that make this blog possible.