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Short stay: Hampton Manor, Hampton-in-Arden, West Midlands, UK By Michael Edwards on Oct 27, 2020 in Accommodation, Europe, Featured, Food and Drink, Going Out, Hotels, Regions, Restaurants, Travel Miscellany, United Kingdom, Western Europe The country house party is stylishly back at the foodie estate of Hampton Manor. In the parlour, lavish books and board games
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They say that Moab, Utah is the adventure capital of the American Southwest. It is easy to understand why. The never-ending opportunities of outdoor activities; mountain biking, hiking, mountaineering, rafting, kayaking, and sky-diving, are the tip of the proverbial iceberg as far as activities go. The scenery is magical, and not one, but two breathtaking,
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The end of 2020 is on the horizon but there’s time to celebrate the end of a truly unusual year with plenty of pampering with family and friends this winter on a luxury yacht charter in the Caribbean. Celebrate Thanksgiving on a pink sand beach in Barbuda, do some duty-free last-minute shopping in the US
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Suite name: Penthouse SuiteLocation: Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel, Beverly Hills, CA, USASize of accommodation: 465 sq mCost per night: $15,000Who’s stayed there? Celebrities, royalty and the international eliteWhat makes it special: As the largest Penthouse in all of Los Angeles at 5,000 sq ft., this one-of-a-kind Specialty Suite is complete with 270 degree views of the city, three-bedrooms, show
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With a population of over 20 million, Delhi is the second most populated city in India. Historic, vibrant, majestic and intense, a visit to India’s capital is a heady experience. It is an incredibly dynamic city jam-packed with historical sites, Mughal architecture, cutting-edge culture, fabulous eateries, the best shopping and glorious hotels – from colonial-era gems to
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Well, here we are, nine months have gone by and still no end in sight to travel restrictions and social distancing. It’s understandable that some people are starting to get a little cheesed off. They are the lucky ones. There is hope though for those that really don’t want to miss out on their annual
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A classic Italian American staple, linguine and clams is always a crowd pleaser, offering a lighter take on the traditionally heavier Italian meals. Satisfying cravings without sacrificing flavor with a delectable white sauce that perfectly complements the clams, this linguine and clams recipe is bursting with fresh and authentic Italian flavors that are sure to
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We rarely talk about the sounds that we encounter when traveling and how they may differ by or even define a destination. We highlight the other senses—views from an overlook, the tastes of cuisine, the feeling of sand in our toes, and the scent of pine or the ocean, but we don’t talk about what we hear, which
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Barcelona is home to some of the most excellent restaurants that this world has to offer, and thanks to its metropolitan community there is an ample range of cuisines and styles to suit every person’s needs. For those that appreciate the fine dining experience, there is no better way to pass an evening than by
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Suite name: Ambassador Suite Swim UpLocation: TRS Coral Hotel, Costa Mujeres, MexicoSize of accommodation: 130 sq mCost per night: $1,263.70Who’s stayed there? Rafa NadalWhat makes it special: This luxury suite has direct access to the Swim Up pool and includes a variety of luxurious and modern amenities. At the adults only and all-inclusive TRS Coral Hotel, the Ambassador Suite swim up
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By Warwick Blow on Oct 17, 2020 in Adventure Travel, Africa, Featured, Kenya, Regions, South Africa, Speciality Travel, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe Sometimes we just don’t have a lot of time, but we still want all the excitement that only Africa can give. Never fear, there are some absolute classic two centre adventures across the continent
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Winter is coming! A phrase adopted by Game of Thrones many years ago, but also something often muttered by the locals when the first snow falls in the autumn months. For the locals, it spells the end of harvest season and the start of a difficult winter. For tourists, it’s the beginning of a winter
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Alexandria is the second largest city in Egypt and is considered a major economic center. With the lighthouse which is one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World and the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, it’s one of the most history-filled cities, also home to many Greco-Roman landmarks. When planning your next trip to Egypt, make sure
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The north of Tanzania is home to some of the best wildlife viewing places in the world. From the famous Ngorongoro Crater to the elephant paradise of Tarangire, the possibilities are endless. There is however one National Park that rightly steals the headlines: The Serengeti. Home to the Great Wildebeest Migration, an abundance of big
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There are few desserts with a pedigree as illustrious as the mille-feuille. Since the 18th century the pastry, translated as “thousand-sheets” has been adopted and adapted by many cultures. In Italy it is savory, filled with spinach, cheese or pesto. In Latin America, guava paste and coconut flakes are popular. Whatever the country – Sweden,
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5 must-visit camps in Botswana By Marc Harris on Oct 09, 2020 in Accommodation, Africa, Botswana, Regions, Resorts Botswana is a vast and varied country, full of beautiful wildlife and stunning landscapes. It’s easy to understand why it is one of the best safari destinations in Africa. From the vein-like waterways in the Okavango Delta
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By Jamie Edwards on Oct 07, 2020 in Travel Miscellany Many months into the pandemic, or as my husband calls it, on this ‘new planet’, I have started to dive deep into my travel files, my memory bank, and my bucket lists. It is a guilty pleasure of mine during this unique moment in time—dreaming
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By Kristof Eyckmans on Oct 04, 2020 in Accommodation, Africa, Chile, Fiji, Hotels, Madagascar, North America, Oceania, Regions, South Africa, South America, USA, Utah During these troubled times in which the world and especially the tourism industry is finding itself, we can’t ignore the fact that the longer this crisis is taking, the more we
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