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The prettiest villages in England

Almost nothing speaks of England better than its villages. Many are the envy of the world, with their pretty churches,…

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The hottest Caribbean hotel openings

The temperature is 25c and it’s mid-January. The sky is clear and blue, and a soft breeze is ruffling the…

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An Inspector Calls… A review of The Bull Ditchling, East Sussex

An Inspector Calls… The Bull Ditchling in East Sussex is an award-winning pub with a ‘perfectly relaxed’ atmosphere The Bull…

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Why tours combining adventure and history are all the rage in Mongolia

Once part of a vast global empire, founded by the fearsome warrior Genghis Khan in 1206, today Mongolia is three…

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Travel on December 25 and there are serious bargains to be had…

You could say ‘bah humbug’ this Christmas and save cash if you book a holiday leaving on the big day….

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Discovering how the Algarve has become a lot more glam since the 70s

A traveller discovers how Portugal’s Algarve has become A LOT more glamorous since he last visited in the 70s… when…

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Mist-erious moment an eerie frozen fog rises off Niagara Falls against the dawn sky in -10F

Mist-erious moment an eerie frozen fog rises off Niagara Falls against the dawn sky in frigid -10F temperatures The haze…

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