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Joanna Lumley's India concludes on ITV tonight and to mark it, here's a special tour of Kerala just for you!… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
 
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Welcome back to another #WanderlustWednesday Here's a #DailyEscape to inspire you! Zapallar Beach in Chile is a si… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
 
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Fly to Tanzania for Africa’s best safari

Tanz1 Ree Saunders
22 June, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Tanzania has been voted the best African safari destination, in a recent poll conducted on travel website safaribookings.com. The east African nation beat off fierce competition from classic destinations such as South Africa, Kenya and Botswana to take the crown, due to its embarrassment of safari riches and the jewel ...

Get away with a baby? Yes you can!

Baby travel Victoria Hampton
21 June, 2013 by Victoria Hampton

If you thought the pitter-patter of tiny feet meant the end of your own wanderlust, think again. It may no longer be possible to stay out until the wee hours, laze on the beach in the heat of the day or enjoy those indulgent holiday lie-ins, but it is possible ...

Emirates named ‘World’s Best Airline’

Nicola Chapman
21 June, 2013 by Nicola Chapman

The 2013 World Airline Awards has awarded Emirates the coveted title of ‘World’s Best Airline.’ The airline also picked up awards for ‘Best Middle East Airline’ and ‘World’s Best Inflight Entertainment.’  Emirates, based in Dubai, flies routes all over the world. Tim Clark, president of the airline, collected the awards on ...

Get away with a baby? Yes you can!

Victoria Hampton
21 June, 2013 by Victoria Hampton

If you thought the pitter-patter of tiny feet meant the end of your own wanderlust, think again. It may no longer be possible to stay out until the wee hours, laze on the beach in the heat of the day or enjoy those indulgent holiday lie-ins, but it is possible ...

Winners of Australia’s ‘Best Jobs’ announced

Ree Saunders
21 June, 2013 by Ree Saunders

The winners of Australia's Best Jobs in the World competition have been announced today in Sydney.  The winners ousted over 600,000 other hopefuls to win the ‘dream roles’, as well as a AUS$100,000 salary package. British singer/songwriter and self confessed food addict, Rich Keam won the role of taste master today, ...

Parisians given tips on being more polite

Paris gargoyle Ree Saunders
20 June, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Paris is seen by some as a travel destination where a warm welcome can't always be guaranteed, but this may be set to change after the city's tourist board launched a new guide for Parisians on how best to treat tourists. The leaflet Do You Speak Touriste? is aimed at Parisians ...

Mother Nature's must-see masterpieces

Ree Saunders
20 June, 2013 by Ree Saunders

The world we live in today is full of so many great man-made sites it is easy for us to forget that the world didn’t start off this way. We often go about our day-to-day lives completely ignoring the natural beauty around us, but there are some natural places on ...

Tallest wooden skyscraper plans unveiled in Stockholm

Victoria Hampton
19 June, 2013 by Victoria Hampton

Scandinavian architecture firm C.F Moller has unveiled plans to build the world’s largest wooden skyscraper in Stockholm. If the plans are accepted, the new wooden structure would be 34 storeys tall, making in the largest wooden building in the world. The plans are one of three shortlisted proposals in a housing ...

Hopes for Iran’s new president to help rebuild tourism

Jan Moys
19 June, 2013 by Jan Moys

British travel companies have said that the election of Iran’s new president, Hassan Rouhani, should lead to a surge in tourism to the country. The Foreign Office has also lifted its ban on travel to the country, which is hoped to encourage more travel to Iran. President Rouhani has stated that ...

Foreign Office warns of violence in Brazil

Drew Hendricks
19 June, 2013 by Drew Hendricks

The Foreign Office has updated its travel advice for Brits planning to visit Brazil, following violent protests in Sao Paulo yesterday. The Foreign Office has urged Brits flying to Brazil to avoid all protests and demonstrations and to monitor local media in the country. It has also advised that those planning ...

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