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Summary: Sri Lanka turned out to be an epic tour for the Barmy Army, both on and off the field.
Just days from now, the England team will be flying out for the start of the winter tour in Sri Lanka, which has always been a favourite Barmy Army destination.
We often get asked why a potential cricket tourist should opt for an organised tour over booking independently and why in particular choose Barmy Travel. Here are some commonly asked questions:
The Barmy Army has enjoyed some sweet revenge as Australia's ODI side has been steamrollered by England.
So another Ashes tour has come and gone - and while things didn't go the way we hoped for Joe Root and the boys, there is no doubt it was still a superb trip filled with great memories.
England’s first away whitewash in a series of 3 Tests or more since 1963 was in anyone’s but Rameez Raja’s book a momentous achievement.
The North Stand Gang aren't, as you may think, a bunch of football casuals forever rooted in the 80s and still wearing Lacoste and Gazelles.
You could be forgiven for thinking that 'Cheeku' is the name of a Pokemon Go character you have to scale a cliff or cross a railway line to catch. In fact, according to Wikipedia, it's the nickname of the Indian Cricket Captain.
I am a fan of many sports but my first and still biggest love is the sport of cricket. Whether playing it, going to matches, watching it on TV or reading about it, this wonderful game has always been a big part of my life.
Our friends over at the Australian tourist board have provided an in depth guide on where to go and what to do when you arrive in Australia!
The West Indies is one of most beautiful areas of the world, providing a wonderful mix of stunning scenery, outstanding weather and fantastic food.
On reaching retirement age, I checked my bucket list and came again to the one right at the top. It said “See England play in an Ashes Test” and now was the time to do it.
I have been watching the England cricket team play test matches abroad for ten years now. This includes 13 tours to 7 test playing nations.
I have never donned fancy dress in my life. For me, singing is something to do secretly in the shower. And, gasp, I don't like beer.
I'm walking, Caribbean paced, through the tropical gardens of our hotel. That pace is slow, easy man, no rush. It's hot and it's only quarter to seven in the morning.