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53m On a Bahamas Sail, 8 Friends Get a Taste of Robinson Crusoe
A 300-pound sea turtle and a million stars on an unguided journey around the Exuma Islands.
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The Holiday Guru answers traveller queries from European scuba spots to Russian cruises1h 18m The Holiday Guru answers traveller queries from European scuba spots to Russian cruises
The Holiday Guru is always on call to answer your questions. This week's topics also include visiting the Isles of Scilly and the best way to see 'cowboy' attractions in the U.S.
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Sharm El-Sheikh offers superb diving - and with direct flights from next week it is back in business1h 52m Updated Sharm El-Sheikh offers superb diving - and with direct flights from next week it is back in business
After four years of negotiations and a huge investment in security, Sharm El-Sheikh airport is preparing for direct flights from the UK. Mark Jones went and found some amazing bargains.
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A local’s guide to Vienna: 10 top tips4h A local’s guide to Vienna: 10 top tips
With such a rich cultural and historical heritage, the Austrian capital is a wonder to wander but don’t overlook its diverse neighbourhoods, cuisine and bars Vienna is divided into 23 districts (
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After Volcano Blast, New Zealand Asks if Adventure Tourism Can Last10h Updated After Volcano Blast, New Zealand Asks if Adventure Tourism Can Last
The eruption on White Island has set off an intense debate on exploiting nature for thrills.
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Scriptures in stone: rescuing run-down churches – a photo essay25h Scriptures in stone: rescuing run-down churches – a photo essay
Sixty-odd years ago a Welsh MP along with TS Eliot and John Betjeman formed a group to save ‘ancient and beautiful’ churches from dereliction and demolition. Today, the Friends of Friendless churches keep the doors open to more than 50 of these treasures The
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London’s Victorian churches deserve a second gothic revival27h London’s Victorian churches deserve a second gothic revival
Many of the fine monuments to London’s golden age lie undervalued and underused. It’s time these brick and stone glories were brought back to life They are London’s lost cathedrals. A few people still worship in them, a few more know of them, but few visit them. Whenever I have dropped by, they have been locked and seem deserted. Yet inside, these are masterpiece monuments of London’s age of confidence and flair, that of high Victorian gothic. They must be revived.
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Ghana have a good time: top tips for visiting the country28h Ghana have a good time: top tips for visiting the country
Music and markets, food and festivals, day trips and nightlife – the best of Ghana by local creatives There’s a burgeoning arts scene in our capital, on the Atlantic coast in West Africa. Head to Jamestown, the oldest district, and walk through the old port and along the beaches scattered with graffiti, studios and boxing gyms. Every August the
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In Bangkok’s Fragrant Street Food, City Planners See a Mess to Clean29h Updated In Bangkok’s Fragrant Street Food, City Planners See a Mess to Clean
City planners prefer a more manicured Bangkok, with air-conditioning, malls and Instagrammable dessert cafes — and without the mess and noise of street vendors.
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