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The food items that homesick Brit expats are having shipped across the globe 7 Nov 3:12pm Updated The food items that homesick Brit expats are having shipped across the globe
New data has revealed Brits abroad are enjoying a taste of home by having a string of traditional foods sent to them, with cheese and onion crisps and Bisto gravy granules also common shelf fillers.
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Father spends days climbing mountains and roaming Norwegian wilderness with his daughter aged 3   7 Nov 12:44pm Updated Father spends days climbing mountains and roaming Norwegian wilderness with his daughter aged 3  
Alexander Read, 33, has spent nearly five months traversing snow, ice and rock, trekking 310 miles across almost all of southern Norway with this three-year-old daughter, Mina.
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Photographer captures haunting images of his model girlfriend posing in eerie empty buildings 7 Nov 12:24pm Updated Photographer captures haunting images of his model girlfriend posing in eerie empty buildings
Photographer James Kerwin from Norwich and his girlfriend Jade have spent the past three years scouring Europe for quirky empty properties to act as backdrops for their fashion shoots.
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Hotel launches room deal that comes with UNLIMITED champagne 7 Nov 12:21pm Updated Hotel launches room deal that comes with UNLIMITED champagne
Home House in London is the hotel behind the concept, which includes a private suite and complimentary Moët & Chandon. But guests must adhere to one strict rule...
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Footsteps: Pip and Me: A Journey Into the World of ‘Great Expectations’ 7 Nov 11:58am Updated Footsteps: Pip and Me: A Journey Into the World of ‘Great Expectations’
Dickens began his novel in the marshes of the Hoo Peninsula, about 25 miles from London. More than 150 years later, a traveler retraces the path of that book’s indelible characters.
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The thrills of Seville: City guide to the Spanish city 7 Nov 10:33am Updated The thrills of Seville: City guide to the Spanish city
Seville is a place to wander - and wonder. It has magnificent ruins, an old gypsy quarter where you'll find impromptu music performed in bars - and there are four great palaces.
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International Real Estate: House Hunting in … Italy 7 Nov 9:31am International Real Estate: House Hunting in … Italy
With relatively few transactions and tight restrictions on new construction, the island of Capri has been largely resistant to market turmoil.
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NASA to begin testing silent supersonic technology for next-gen airliner 7 Nov 9:31am Updated NASA to begin testing silent supersonic technology for next-gen airliner
Nasa pilot Jim Less will fire off 'quiet' sonic booms over a small city in Texas, USA early this month in a bid to gauge public reaction to the dampened supersonic thuds.
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Giant 1917 chalk map of Australia carved into a Wiltshire hillside by homesick soldiers is restored 7 Nov 8:42am Giant 1917 chalk map of Australia carved into a Wiltshire hillside by homesick soldiers is restored
The soldiers were stationed near Hurdcott Camp which was one of three large camps between the villages of Compton Chamberlayne and Sutton Mandeville.
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Send a tip on independent tour guides for a chance to win a £200 hotel voucher 7 Nov 6:47am Send a tip on independent tour guides for a chance to win a £200 hotel voucher
Tells us about engaging, amusing and knowledgeable tour guides the world over whose services you have enjoyed A good guide or local contact can make a crucial difference to your enjoyment of a trip, bringing a destination to life with their passion, storytelling and wit. We’d like to hear about the best independent guide (not one provided by a tour operator) you have come across on your travels, worldwide. Please be specific about what it was that made them stand out – expertise, local knowledge or specialist skill, and provide contact details and prices where possible. And please ensure your tip stays within around 100 words.
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5 Places: Five Places to Go in Jerusalem 7 Nov 5:00am 5 Places: Five Places to Go in Jerusalem
Jerusalem’s city center has transformed into a vibrant scene, with youthful, often tattooed habitués offering a curious juxtaposition to the religious pilgrims roaming the Holy City.
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Frugal Traveler: How to Ski for Less This Winter 7 Nov 5:00am Frugal Traveler: How to Ski for Less This Winter
The apps and strategies for singles, families and flexible travelers who want to beat the crowds to the slopes, and still not pay too much.
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Stunning images show the breathtakingly diverse landscapes of China 7 Nov 4:36am Updated Stunning images show the breathtakingly diverse landscapes of China
China has neck-straining skyscrapers, cormorant fishermen, dramatic waterfalls, terrifying glass walkways, Unesco-listed national parks and, for a bonus, the world's biggest city square.
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Tourists can be terrifying – I’d have let them into a Tokyo garden for free too | Imogen Hermes Gowar 7 Nov 3:00am Tourists can be terrifying – I’d have let them into a Tokyo garden for free too | Imogen Hermes Gowar
I sympathise with the Japanese man too scared to charge visitors. I’ve worked in a museum, it’s one great impatient jostleI felt a terrible pang reading about
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Beyond Beijing: six Chinese cities you need to know 7 Nov 1:30am Beyond Beijing: six Chinese cities you need to know
By 2030 China will overtake France as the world’s largest tourist destination, making culturally rich cities such as Suzhou, Lanzhou and Qingdao major attractions Most visitors to China are inevitably drawn to the headline-stealing trinity of Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong, all enormous, vibrant cities that are, justifiably, at the top of the list of must-sees. However, China has more than 100 cities of over 1 million residents, many of which remain little known to foreign travellers but boast attractions worth more attention.
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