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Slow down in Sardinia
SOMETIMES you just need to sit down and do nothing for just a little while. That's what Sardinia is for.
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Feastern Europe
TUCKED away in the north-east corner of Slovenia is a tasty food-lover's paradise.
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Postcard from Bali: How to survive a volcano
I WRITE to you watching a volcano erupting on Bali. It’s gonna be a blast. Wish you were here.
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Wanderlust Travel Tips
HOTEL Hollywood Lima. The Gran Hotel Bolivar is a hallmark of old Peruvian establishment and famous for Pisco Sours.
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Zoom in: Hanoi, Vietnam
THIS is my favourite picture from Hanoi. This man lives on the North-South railway line aka Train Street.
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Lausanne: A fairytale city that is heaven on earth for chocolate lovers
PERCHED on the shores of shimmering Lake Geneva, Lausanne is one sweet city.
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Experience Denmark’s second city, Aarhus
DESPITE those Scandi-noir sagas and Sarah Lund jumpers, Denmark has been voted the happiest place on the planet.
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The challenge of my life Cycling through Umbria
THE words ‘bike’ and ‘holiday’ are not two that I would ever put together, but here I am with my ‘go as fast as I dare’.
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Living in Lima
AFTER backpacking around Peru Natalie Chalk is hooked but finds teaching English in Lima to be full of surprises.
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US flights take-off
THE special relationship between the UK and the US seems stronger than ever as America takes No1 spot this summer!
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Why all-inclusive really means meeting the diverse needs of your customers
THE travel sector needs to think beyond “one size fits all” to cash in on the huge untapped market of diverse customers.
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Zagreb Coffee And Zagrebačka Špica
WRITTEN by Natalie Chalk, a UK journalist: Where to drink coffee in Zagreb www.chasingthedonkey.com
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Pulling down the years: Thirteen centuries of Bulgarian history bulldozed as monument is razed
DEMOLITION begins on a statue that's stood as a symbol of Bulgaria’s 1300-year history.
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Beach you to it: The sandcastles built long before Machu Picchu
FOR more than a millennia these sandcastles have stood on the beaches under the burning Peruvian sun.
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My cracking time with the Magic Man
GODDAMN it, this isn’t going well. I’m lying face down on my hotel bed while a ‘magic man’ cracks my bones.
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