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Rio de Janeiro: Ten Facts about the New World Heritage Site

The Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro has become one of the most recognisable cities in the world. From the iconic statue of Christ the

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Grand Tourer: Europe’s Greatest Driving Roads

Today, Europe is so well connected by air that our feet barely have to touch the ground between leaving for our holiday, and arriving at

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South East Asia’s Street Vendor Splendours

Photo by Justin Friend   The Far East is renowned for having some quirky and different foods, and the best places to try these wonders

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10 Coffee Myths You Think Are True

Wherever there are great things there are people out there who are set to ruin them, and coffee is no exception

June 28, 2012 Lifestyle
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Quintessentially British: Eccentric Holiday Homes for Quirky Tourists

If you’re grumpy like me, then the thought of a mini-break in the UK conjures up images of bland budget hotels and the same tired

June 26, 2012 Holiday Ideas, Travel Advice
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Eastern Europe’s Giant-killing Holiday Hotspots

Eastern Europe has slowly but surely been coming out of its shell as a tourist destination for the last twenty years, and with Croatia leading

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World Photography Hotspots: Happy Snaps and Rotten Shots

Here we take a look at the four most-photographed cities in the world according to Flickr, and collect together a few tips for improving the

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Hidden Treasures: Greece’s Unseen Paradise

Greece and its multitude of islands have long been a classic holiday destination, and while popular islands such as Crete, Corfu and Kos succumbed to

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Around the World in 30 Michelin Stars – Fantasy Food Tour

Restaurants with three Michelin stars are few and far between, but on this fantasy culinary voyage we take in no less than ten, with 30

May 11, 2012 Destinations, Lifestyle
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Sailing, Safari and Midnight Sun: Swedish Summer Adventures

It’s all too easy to dismiss Scandinavia as a winter destination – the long, dark days, snow-dusted cities and arctic landscapes – winter is synonymous

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