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Happy Sunday! Here's wishing you all a restful end to the weekend :) Here's Anse Chastanet in St Lucia to set the m… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
 
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Time for a feel-good Friday #DailyEscape! This stunning view of Kauai, Hawaii should get you ready for the weekend! pic.twitter.com/FiwCRVTU5p
 

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Majestic India by luxury train tour: Save £500

India1 Ree Saunders
23 July, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Exploring India is an experience to behold – an explosion of colour, culture and culinary delights that will leave you forever under its spell. One of the best ways to truly experience this enchanting country is by its vast rail network – one of the largest in the world – ...

Extravagance and opulence: Spoil yourself in Oman

Oman Marisa Thomas
22 July, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

Sometimes we need to just let our hair down and be a bit frivolous, and what better place to do so than on holiday! A holiday to Oman gives you every opportunity to forget all your worries and really enjoy life’s luxuries.   Often overlooked as a holiday destination, with travellers often ...

How to pack and prepare for a safari holiday

Victoria Hampton
19 July, 2013 by Victoria Hampton

Whether you are off on a boutique Botswana adventure, a cheap n’ cheerful Kenya beach and bush escape or an escapade into the depths of the vast expanses of southern Tanzania, one of the most difficult parts of going on a safari holiday is before you even go. From ensuring you have ...

London-Dubai in 50mins: Billionaire backs 4,000mph train

Vacuum tube trains Ree Saunders
18 July, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Billionaire Elon Musk has announced his intention of backing 'Hyperloop' train technology which could see passengers transported in carriages at up to 4,000mph through huge vacuum tubes. This would see brits wanting to holiday in Dubai reaching their destination in just 50 minutes from London. Musk, who founded PayPal and currently ...

40% off luxury Antigua breaks: Your island guide

Cheryl Richardson
18 July, 2013 by Cheryl Richardson

The stunning island of Antigua, known to the locals as Wadadli, may just seem to offer white sand beaches and stunning ocean views but beyond the surface of the island you’ll find there’s much more to a holiday in Antigua than meets the eye. Once you get past the sun ...

Air NZ offers first same-sex wedding at 30,000ft

Air NZ wedding Marisa Thomas
17 July, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

Air New Zealand is offering a lucky Kiwi couple the chance to become the nation's first same sex newlyweds, with the prize of a wedding ceremony at 30,000ft on a flight between Queenstown and Auckland. Same sex marriage will be legal in New Zealand from August 19th and the airline is ...

Thrill seeking hotspots of New Zealand

Ree Saunders
17 July, 2013 by Ree Saunders

If you’re the kind of traveller who prefers skydiving to sunbathing, but you still appreciate beautiful beaches, awe-inspiring views, great food and sunshine, then New Zealand is a hotspot not to be missed. It might comprise of two very small islands, but it packs a punch when it comes to adventure ...

Mauritius: Making the most of paradise

Mauritius Ree Saunders
16 July, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Mauritius may be a tiny island but it certainly packs a punch, offering luxury, beauty, culture, adventure and tranquillity all within 2,040 square kilometres. Just the mention of the island nation is bound to conjure up vivid images of clear, glistening waters, white sand beaches, tropical wildlife and extravagant resorts and ...

Storm-chasing Brits fly to USA in record numbers

Tornado Ree Saunders
15 July, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Increasing numbers of Brits are flocking to Tornado Alley in the USA for storm-chasing holidays, according to a recent report by Sky News. The report focused on a Colarado-based storm-chasing tour company which said that around 30 per cent of its customers were from the UK. The tours see clients spending ...

More Brits planning road trips abroad

Marisa Thomas
10 July, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

The number of Brits intending to drive abroad instead of fly this year has increased by 33 per cent, according to new research from Sainsbury’s Bank Car Insurance. Over 23 per cent of all British drivers plan to drive to a different country over the next 12 months, leading to ...

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