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Happy Friday! Today we look to Patagonia for some adventurous wanderlust! So, where are you adventuring to this wee… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
 
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#DailyEscape time! Taganga Beach in Colombia is our sumptuous spot for today in the hopes of easing you through to… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
 
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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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Vietnam Airlines adds more UK flights

Vietnam Airlines Victoria Hampton
27 February, 2013 by Victoria Hampton

Vietnam’s national carrier Vietnam Airlines has announced plans to increase its flights to the UK this summer. The new schedule will see an additional fifth weekly flight depart from Gatwick Airport in June. At current, the airline runs four weekly flights from the London airport via Frankfurt and if the ...

Students fly to Dubai for classroom in the sky

Dubai feature Ree Saunders
27 February, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Luxury seaplane tour operator Seawings has started offering educational tours of Dubai from up in the air. The first-ever lesson was held on the 17th February and was attended by over 50 students. Pupils of the Al Khaleej National School took part in a 40 minute higher-learning class that offered a ...

Titanic II to make its maiden voyage in 2016

Titanic II Ree Saunders
26 February, 2013 by Ree Saunders

The Titanic II is to set sail from Southampton to New York  in 2016.The replica ship will mimic the exact journey that the original Titanic took on the 15th April 1912. The ship, that is currently being constructed in the Jinling Shipyard, China, is said to have an exterior that ...

Final Fashion Week kicks off in Paris

PFW 2 Marisa Thomas
26 February, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

For the last three weeks Fashion Week has graced the streets of New York, London and Milan, and after a month of fashion and parties, the show has descended on Paris to go out with a bang. The final of the big four fashion weeks has attracted buyers, stylists and ...

Fly to Italy to visit the ‘best beach on earth’

Rabbit Beach Ree Saunders
26 February, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Rabbit Beach in Italy has been voted the best on earth in a recent travellers’ poll. The beach, situated on the Italian island of Lampedusa, beat dozens of beaches from across the world to get to the top spot. The beach came out on top in the first annual best beach ...

Etihad Airways announces codeshare agreement with Kenya Airways

1_B777-300ER_landing_in_Abu_Dhabi Victoria Hampton
25 February, 2013 by Victoria Hampton

Kenya Airways and Etihad Airways have announced a new codeshare agreement that will increase both airlines’ global networks. The new partnership is aimed to give passengers a wider choice of locations and connections. The new agreement will see Kenya Airways place its KQ code on Etihad’s daily service from Nairobi ...

Paris welcomes third edition of Le Nouveau Festival

Paris Ree Saunders
25 February, 2013 by Ree Saunders

The Centre Pompidou in Paris kicked off its third edition of Le Nouveau Festival at the weekend. The art festival is set to run until the 12th March around several venues in the city. Over the three week duration of the festival projects and works will be displayed in the Forum, ...

Australia planning to attract more business visitors

Melbourne Ree Saunders
25 February, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Tourism Australia has boosted its marketing to host business events in a bid to attract more business tourists to Australia. Tourism chiefs have said they want more people to fly to Australia for business to boost the country's tourism industry. Business tourism contributes AUS $13 billion to the Australian economy ...

AirAsia to provide budget flights to India

India 1 Mike Potter
24 February, 2013 by Mike Potter

AirAsia is entering into partnership with the Tata Group, from Mumbai, and a third investor called Telestra Tradeplace, to launch a budget Indian airline. According to the three companies involved, India would benefit from its own low-cost airline, and have lobbied the Indian government for support to go ahead with ...

Flights to Greece on the rise as holidaymakers return

Greece 1 Ree Saunders
24 February, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Thomas Cook reports that Greece is in the midst of a comeback as a top holiday destination, as it climbed into second place in the latest Holiday Monitor report on destinations most popular with Brits. Mike Hoban, Thomas Cook’s director of sales, marketing and e-commerce, explained, saying "Greece looks to be ...

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