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What’s in a cocktail?

Caribbean Cocktail Clemmie
27 March, 2012 by Clemmie

A country may be represented by its national flag, sports team or famous dish, but let us not forget one of the most appetising reminders of places abroad, the fun and fabulous cocktail. And, with more recipes around today than you can shake a (cocktail) stick at, it can be ...

Trip Advisor in trouble again over fake reviews

Greasy Spoon Clemmie
22 March, 2012 by Clemmie

Already under fire for publishing fake reviews and allowing hoteliers to manipulate their ratings Trip Advisor has been caught out again in a fake restaurant sting. A reputation management company decided to test Trip Advisor’s screening as the company claims it has highly sophisticated fraud-detection systems. They managed to propel ...

Not selected for the Olympics? Join the alternative Games

The alternative Olympics Clemmie
20 March, 2012 by Clemmie

If you thought the Olympic Games started in Greece, think again.  Its roots can be traced to an unassuming village in Shropshire called Much Wenlock. The Much Wenlock Olympian Games were the brainchild of Dr William Penny Brookes back in 1850 and they became the inspiration for the first modern Games ...

ST LUCIA: The Legendary St Lucia Jazz Festival

St Lucia Clemmie
15 March, 2012 by Clemmie

If you’re looking to combine your holiday with a carnival, event or music festival, then hop on a flight to St Lucia in the Caribbean and sample the wonders of St Lucia Jazz. Now in its 21st year, St Lucia Jazz is one of the most anticipated festivals not just ...

Watch out. There’s a celebrity about...

Luxury cruises Clemmie
8 March, 2012 by Clemmie

If you’re into celebrity spotting then you can improve your odds of rubbing shoulders with the rich and famous by taking a Princess Cruise. Alesha Dixon soaked up the sun on a Princess deck on holiday in Mexico before starting her latest gig on BGT, while Lisa Snowdon took a Princess ...

Discover the hidden hotspots of Morocco

Holidays in Morocco Clemmie
7 March, 2012 by Clemmie

Although Marrakech holidays have seen a rise in popularity over the last couple of years, this vibrant North African destination is still relatively undiscovered and offers some secret hotspots for intrepid travellers. On a recent Morocco tour through the Atlas Mountains to the edge of the Sahara Desert, I found ...

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