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Here's a fabulous #DailyEscape to round off the week! Polihale Beach in Kauai seems like a destination befitting of… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
 
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In need of a lift this Monday? How does a sun-soaked #DailyEscape sound? This view of Grand Anse Beach should inspi… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
 

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Tourism chiefs give all clear to visit Tasmania

Tasmania Victoria Hampton
15 January, 2013 by Victoria Hampton

Tourism chiefs have given the all clear for those planning to visit Tasmania stating that it is still “business as usual”.  The Australian state has been in the news recently, after a sudden spate of summer bushfires, but Tasmania’s top attractions are said to be completely unaffected. As Australia enters its peak ...

41 million fly to USA for LA sunshine

LA Sun Nicola Chapman
15 January, 2013 by Nicola Chapman

Los Angeles enjoyed a great year of tourism in 2102,with 2.5 per cent more visitors than in 2011. Around 41.4 million people took to the City of Angels last year to enjoy its many attractions. According to the Los Angeles Tourism and Convention Board the increase is good news for the ...

Fans fly to Barbados to follow their favourite celebs

Katy Perry Cheryl Richardson
14 January, 2013 by Cheryl Richardson

British Airways has seen a 130 per cent rise in Caribbean holidays, including destinations such as Barbados and St Lucia. It is believed that the sudden interest has arisen after an increase in the number of celebrities posting their Caribbean holiday snaps online. Last year Barbados saw a number of A-list visitors ...

UK airports make improvements to fight snow

Snow fall Ree Saunders
14 January, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Airports across the UK are expected to deal with the upcoming bad weather better than in recent years. Although heavy snow has disrupted some travel this morning, most airports in the UK are staying open for today. Heathrow airport has spent £36 million in the last two years, improving its ...

Fly to Italy for Milan Fashion Week

Milan Fahion Week Marisa Thomas
14 January, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

This week it’s all about the boys, as Milan kicks off the second Men’s Fashion Week this month. Designers and fashion enthusiasts have left the runways in London behind and have flown to Italy for the ongoing showcase of the latest trends. The show kicked off with Dolce & Gabbana ...

Fly to Thailand to make a splash

Koh Phi Phi Marisa Thomas
13 January, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

A new water park is set to open next spring in Thailand. The Santorini Water Fantasy will be the newest addition to the Santorini park and amusement centre situated next to the Cham-Am Premium Outlet Mall. The new water park, which is located in the southern area of Phetchaburi Province ...

Beat the trend with Berlin Fashion Week

Fashion Feature Marisa Thomas
13 January, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

Berlin is putting up its final runways as preparations for Berlin Fashion Week come to an end. From 15th January the five day show will take place all over the city, bringing fashion and culture from around the world to the streets of Berlin. Twice a year the city hosts ...

Fly to Canada to explore the sights by train

Feature Canada Ree Saunders
13 January, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Visitors to Canada are being encouraged to explore the country via its trains in 2013. The Canadian Tourism Commission wants more tourists to explore the country using the Canadian railways. Visitors to Canada travelling by train will get the chance to see unique sights, with train tracks that run through mountains, ...

Airlines "safest way to travel" and getting safer

Finnair crew in sky Mike Potter
12 January, 2013 by Mike Potter

Air travel is now the safest mode of transport, according to Tony Tyler, director general and CEO of the International Air Transport association. Speaking at a conference in December, Mr Tyler stated, "air is the safest way to travel and we are going to make it even safer." Independent organisation ...

2020 vision for Tokyo Olympics

Geisha Marisa Thomas
11 January, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

The race to host the 2020 Olympics is gathering pace with Tokyo wasting no time in staking its claim on the position. This Monday saw the three contender cities hand in their official Olympic candidate files to the International Olympic Committee in Lausanne, Switzerland. The finalists for the sought after ...

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