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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 ...

Qatar Airways sets up ticket office in Harrods

Victoria Hampton
4 July, 2013 by Victoria Hampton

Qatar Airways has announced that it will be opening its flagship high-street ticket office at Britain’s iconic Harrods store in Knightsbridge, London. Qatar’s national airline will open its first store this evening in London, offering tailor-made bookings for its customers. The new ticket office, located on the lower ground floor of ...

Virgin Australia offers air miles for pets

Victoria Hampton
3 July, 2013 by Victoria Hampton

Virgin Australia has announced that it is to introduce a new scheme that will see customers being able to enrol their pets onto a frequent flier scheme. The programme is the first of its kind in Australia but similar schemes have also become available in the US. Customers flying with either ...

The DreamWorks Experience launches in Macau

Marisa Thomas
3 July, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

The DreamWorks Experience was officially launched at Cotai Strip Resorts earlier this week in Macau. The new attraction is the brainchild of Sand China Ltd. and DreamWorks Animation. The DreamWorks Experience is and interactive and immersive experience that is hoped to increase the number of families visiting Cotai Strip Resorts. The ...

Guatemala sees surge in tourism

Victoria Hampton
3 July, 2013 by Victoria Hampton

Guatemala is enjoying a big tourism boom this year, as tourism figures rose by 8.8 per cent in the first quarter of 2013 compared with 2012.Tourism revenue has also grown with tourism generating $1.42 billion last year up from $1.34 billion in 2011. Guatemala’s rich culture and heritage are said to ...

Brits bare all at beach hotel in Mallorca

Clemmie
2 July, 2013 by Clemmie

Skinny Dippers, a nudist hotel in Mallorca, plans to double in size following a surge in British guests looking to strip off on holiday. The hotel, located near Mallorca’s famous nudist beach Es Trenc, is now looking to add seven extra rooms to cope with the sudden high demand. The naturist ...

Brit to cycle the world in 180 days

Jan Moys
2 July, 2013 by Jan Moys

British adventurer James Ketchell is attempting to travel 18,000 miles across the world on a bicycle in just six months. The Brit, 31 from Basingstoke, has already climbed to the summit of Mount Everest and rowed 3,000 miles across the Atlantic but he now wants to be the first man ...

Hawaiian island named world’s best surf spot

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2 July, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Pipeline, Oahu has been voted the number one surf spot in the world. The surfing Mecca located on the island of Oahu, Hawaii beat over 40 different surf spots to be labelled the best on the planet. The list of the world’s best surf spots was compiled by editors at Surfing Magazine ...

FCO issues further advice about Egypt protests

Drew Hendricks
1 July, 2013 by Drew Hendricks

Extra advice has been issued by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office for people planning holidays in Egypt following protests in the country over the weekend. The US has also warned against travel to the country as demonstrations turned violent on Sunday. Troops have been brought into Cairo and other Egyptian cities ...

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