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Maldives. Image: Thinkstock

Why you can’t possibly find the Maldives boring

Scattered through the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean, the Maldives are the stuff that castaway island fantasies are made of. The 26 ring-shaped atolls are comprised of over 1,000 […]

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Food & Drink, People, Places

My city: Barcelona

My city: Barcelona

Our ‘my city’ series puts a new perspective on some of our favourite places, as we catch up with creative residents, asking them to divulge their best kept secrets. From […]

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Sete Cidades. Image: © 2016 Laura Jean Sargent

Discover São Miguel – the largest of the Azores islands

Nestled on Europe’s western fringe, over 1,300 kilometres west of mainland Portugal, you’ll find the Portuguese Azores Islands. Charmingly wild, comparatively unexplored and (thanks to the recently launched direct flights […]

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Everything Else, Places

La Silla Observatory, Chile. Image: ESO

Seeing stars: seven amazing observatories that you can actually visit

In July 2016, NASA achieved ‘the hardest thing’ it’s ever done, when it put a space probe into orbit around Jupiter – our solar system’s largest planet. Crossing a distance […]

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Food & Drink, Places

London’s best rooftop bars and restaurants

London’s best rooftop bars and restaurants

Whatever the weather, look to the skies to find some of London’s best restaurants and bars, located on the rooftops. Nothing beats seeing a city from this new perspective, whether […]

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Food & Drink, Places

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London’s best canalside restaurants, bars and cafes

London’s canalways have seen a growing resurgence; they’re bursting with life and are home to more boats now than there were on the water even during the industrial age – […]

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Culture, Food & Drink, Places

Architectural detail of the Bacardi building. Image: ThinkStock.

48 hours in: Havana

Experiencing Havana is like jumping into a real-life kaleidoscope. Pile century-spanning architecture onto wave-lashed sea walls, add some dusty city parks to the constant echo of live music, and throw […]

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People, Places

My city: San Francisco

My city: San Francisco

Our ‘my city’ series puts a new perspective on some of our favourite places, as we catch up with creative residents, asking them to divulge their best kept secrets. From […]

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Places

A practical travel guide to Cuba

A practical travel guide to Cuba

With the anticipation of change hanging over its unique appeal, Cuba has accelerated to the top of travel wish lists worldwide, and understandably so. This is a place of magical […]

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Our pick of the best: travel apps

Our pick of the best: travel apps

Technology has changed the face of travel, from apps that hail a cab when you find yourself lost in an unfamiliar city, to interactive destination guides in the palm of […]

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Hotels, Places

Hotel review: Rooms Hotels, Georgia

Hotel review: Rooms Hotels, Georgia

Georgia’s Rooms Hotel Group punctuates the luxury hospitality scene in two strategic parts of this fascinating country. The highland town of Stepantsminda is home to Rooms Hotel Kazbegi, Georgia’s first […]

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Culture, Food & Drink

Dining etiquette around the world: the dos and don’ts

Dining etiquette around the world: the dos and don’ts

When travelling around the world, you’re bound to end up in a local restaurant somewhere along the way, and then what? Fork, spoon, or chopsticks? To tip or not? As […]

by × February 17, 2016 × 0 comments