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It's #fridaynight so what better place to take you for today's #dailyescape than Bangkok's Moonbar at the top of Th… twitter.com/i/web/status/7…
 
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Caribbean: #Matthew is now a category 2 hurricane. Tropical Storm Watches are in effect for Curacao, Aruba and parts of Colombia/Venezuela.
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Ancient Mayan temples, a relaxed boho vibe and one of the world's best beaches... It has to be Tulum, Mexico for to… twitter.com/i/web/status/7…
 
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Caribbean: Tropical Storm #Matthew is currently heading west across the Caribbean Sea and is expected to intensify to a hurricane by Friday.
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We have scenery in epic proportions today for our daily escape. Behold the beauty of the Canadian Rockies this… twitter.com/i/web/status/7…
 
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It's #TravelTuesday and we take you to #Japan in all its autumnal beauty for today's #dailyescape pic.twitter.com/DyoViBwteQ
 
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How's this for #mondaymotivation. Today's #dailyescape is Angsana Velavaru, Maldives with £2000 savings youtube.com/watch?v=H8mx_L…
 
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The sun is shining' it's #Friday and the airline #sales have been extended #FridayFeeling #traveldeals pic.twitter.com/QormIGYhxU
 
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It's #dailyescape time. Experience #autumn at its most beautiful.. #NewEngland in the 'Fall' #autumncolours… twitter.com/i/web/status/7…
 
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Start of #autumn = start of spring #downunder. Our #dailyescape takes you to Western Australia to experience… twitter.com/i/web/status/7…
 
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Today's #dealoftheday takes you to Koh Samui from £499pp inc3 free nights and flight savings with Malaysia Airlines tinyurl.com/z93sukv
 

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Fly to New York to cheer on Murray at US Open

Jan Moys
8 July, 2013 by Jan Moys

Andy Murray’s historic win at Wimbledon yesterday has birthed a new age of tennis fans looking to cheer on the sportsman at his future games. Lovers of the game now have more confidence in the Brit and are hoping for a repeat of yesterday at the US Open later in ...

Tourists descend on Mount Fuji following UNESCO listing

Fuji1 Ree Saunders
7 July, 2013 by Ree Saunders

The spectacular Mount Fuji, Japan’s highest and most iconic mountain, has seen an increase in visitors since its recent listing as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.   Mt. Fuji is already one of Japan’s most famous and popular attractions, with around 300,000 visitors on an average year, but its recently elevated status ...

New sunset spectacle at Cambodia’s iconic site

Angkor1 Ree Saunders
7 July, 2013 by Ree Saunders

A new website for tourists visiting the famous Cambodian Angkor Wat complex has been launched, providing information on the very best vantage points to see the spectacular site at sunset.   Around a million travellers on holidays to Cambodia visit the 800-year old site, the largest religious monument in the world, and ...

Australia celebrates tourism victory in wake of Lions defeat

Lions 1 Mike Potter
7 July, 2013 by Mike Potter

Australia may have been ultimately defeated in the dramatic and enthralling test series against the British and Irish Lions, but following Saturday’s 16-41 thrashing, they do at least have something to celebrate – a welcome boost to their tourist industry.   The nine-match tour brought thousands of overseas visitors flying into Australia. ...

2015 to be Year of Mexico in the UK

Mex UK 1 Jan Moys
6 July, 2013 by Jan Moys

The governments of Mexico and the UK have reached an agreement that will see both countries share cultural ties, boosting both the status of each country amongst the other's inhabitants, and a burgeoning relationship between the two states.   The agreement, which will see 2015 named “the Year of the UK in ...

Vive la France: Celebrate Bastille Day on 14 July

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5 July, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

Summer’s here and once again, it’s that time of year for picnics, pomp and ceremony and Presidential holidays in the US. However, while American Independence Day on the fourth of July is a bells and whistles extravaganza of epic proportions, across the channel, the French are already gearing up for ...

Provincetown most expensive US holiday location

Cheryl Richardson
5 July, 2013 by Cheryl Richardson

Provincetown in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, has been revealed as the most expensive destination for hotels in the United States. According to a new survey, the sea side destination has the most expensive double room rate in the whole of the USA. The survey, carried out but CheapHotels.org, compared the prices of ...

FCO still advising against most travel to Egypt

Drew Hendricks
5 July, 2013 by Drew Hendricks

The Foreign and Commonwealth Office is still advising against all but essential travel to Egypt following the ousting of President Mohammed Morsi on Wednesday. Celebrations took place across the country but the UK government is asking Brits who are currently in Egypt to consider whether they should remain in the ...

Beauty beneath the surface in the Maldives

Ree Saunders
4 July, 2013 by Ree Saunders

There is no doubt the Maldives stakes claim to being one of the world’s greatest natural beauties, and with its 26 natural atolls, all boasting picture-postcard islands with jaw-dropping beaches and sparkling turquoise lagoons, encircled by colourful coral reefs, it’s easy to see why this diminutive archipelago situated in the heart of ...

World’s biggest building opens in Chengdu

Nicola Chapman
4 July, 2013 by Nicola Chapman

The world’s biggest building officially opened in Chengdu, China earlier this week. The New Century Global Centre is four times the size of Vatican City and is large enough to fit the Sydney Opera House in it 20 times over. The gigantic building is 100 metres high, 500 metres long and ...

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