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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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One of our favourite secluded spots in the world is Cathedral Cove on the Coromandel Peninsula in New Zealand - gor… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
 
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The return of the miserable weather certainly calls for a #WanderlustWednesday #DailyEscape! How we dream of Greece… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
 

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Search for the captain of the Titanic II begins

Ree Saunders
9 May, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Earlier in the year Australian billionaire, Clive palmer, revealed his plans to rebuild the iconic ocean liner the Titanic. Set to launch in 2016, 104 years after the original voyage, the Titanic II is now looking for its perfect captain. According to Mr Palmer several applications to work on the board ...

Central America proving popular with Brits

Victoria Hampton
9 May, 2013 by Victoria Hampton

Central America saw a surge in popularity last year as a record amount of Brits visited the seven Central American countries. The seven countries collectively saw a 7 per cent increase in visitors from the UK last year compared with 2011. It is not just Brits that are grabbing flights to ...

UAE joins the World Tourism Organisation

Nicola Chapman
8 May, 2013 by Nicola Chapman

The United Nations World Tourism Organisation has announced that the United Arab Emirates will be rejoining the organisation 26 years after leaving it. The news was announced today at the UNWTO & Arabian Travel Market Ministerial Forum on Tourism and Aviation. The UAE and the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) ...

Booze and bikinis still welcome in Egypt

Ree Saunders
8 May, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Hisham Zaazou, Egypt’s tourism minister, has said that visitors to the country looking to drink and wear bikinis are welcome in Egypt. His announcement follows Muslim groups in the country calling for a ban to be imposed on both alcohol and revealing swimwear.    THe country has been declared open to ...

Fly to Thailand for the world’s best spas

Marisa Thomas
8 May, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

Thailand has won the Best Spa Destination Award at the 6th Annual GeoSpa AsiaSpa India Awards 2012-2013. This is the third year the South-East Asian country has taken home the award, previously winning the title in 2008 and 2009. The winner of the Best Spa Destination Award is decided by the ...

Dubai Police adds Aston Martin to its “Bling Patrol”

Marisa Thomas
7 May, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

After recently adding a Lamborghini Aventador and Ferrari FF to its fleet, Dubai Police have now added a rare Aston Martin One-77 to its growing list of supercars. The bespoke car, one of just 77 in the whole world, will be used for police duties in the gulf sate. If that ...

Qatar Airways to expand on three continents

Victoria Hampton
7 May, 2013 by Victoria Hampton

Qatar Airways, one of the world’s fastest growing commercial carriers, has announced plans for route expansions on three continents. The plans will see the airline expand to offering flights to Africa, Asia and North America. The new plans will see Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, become Qatar Airways’ 20th destination on the African ...

ABBA museum opens in Stockholm

Nicola Chapman
7 May, 2013 by Nicola Chapman

A new museum in Stockholm, entirely dedicated to the pop group ABBA, has opened its doors to the public. ABBA The Museum features an interactive exhibition celebrating the most successful band to ever come out of Sweden.    Visitors to the new museum will be able to sing along to the ...

Top tips for female travellers

Victoria Hampton
6 May, 2013 by Victoria Hampton

When you first step foot in a new and exciting country, it’s instinctive to want to throw caution to the wind and forget about potential dangers, as well as the religious customs and unfamiliar cultural expectations that can slip up a novice traveller. However, for anyone planning an exotic holiday to sunnier climes, ...

Dubai prepared for soaring visitor numbers

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5 May, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Dubai’s appeal as a tourist destination continues to increase at a startling pace, and the emirate is preparing to treble its annual income from tourism by 2020. The ambitious target reflects the increasing global appeal of Dubai holidays, with visitors drawn to the city for its superb and reliable weather, great ...

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