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Fasting is fashionable. I don’t just mean the 5:2 diet but fasting holidays. From Gwyneth Paltrow and Michael Gove to writer Jeanette
I desperately needed to recover from a weekend that had been nicknamed the War of the Roses. A gang of us had
There’s nothing like a boat to expose the true hierarchy within a family. And there’s nothing like a river with 16 locks
The warning signs along South Africa’s Indian Ocean coastline are rather unusual, to say the least. It’s not sharp bends or speed
Where does a dad take his seven-year-old when she claims to be the only one of her friends to have never gone
You have to admire the chutzpah of the expanding Harbour Hotels group in taking on such a huge conversion. This Grade II*-listed
More than 100 colourful balloons of all shapes and sizes scattered across the skyline of South West England after a mass launch.
A son whose mum had never been abroad has stolen hearts around the world after he Photoshopped her into his travel pictures.
Ever wondered what New York looked like before the bright lights of Broadway, Tokyo before it became a sprawling metropolis and London ‘s
Spain on Friday called in police to help with security checks at Barcelona’s busy airport as a strike continues at the peak
Most people have spun a globe – but not many have gone for a spin right around it. Meet Chanel Cartell, 32,
Travellers with budget airline easyJet are most likely to suffer long delays, according to a new study. And Gatwick, which specialises in
Activists fighting against mass tourism in Spain say the Government should seize the country’s big theme parks, hotels and marinas so that
Police on the Isle of Skye have warned tourists to respect the area and ensure they have a prior booking for an
She may be one of the only pilots in the world who had never herself been a passenger. And at 30 years
A Brit was left suffering for 26 hours with a broken back before seeing a doctor after a freak wave nearly killed
He won over the nation (and Nicole Scherzinger) when he catapulted onto the small screen last year during The X Factor. And
The wonderful thing about Western Australia’s World Heritage-listed Ningaloo Reef is its easy access. The reef’s crystalline waters, breath-taking marine life and
The walls around Ferrara were built to repel enemies. Now, though, the wars that kept medieval Italy busy are a distant memory,
What a difference a change in perspective can make. It’s something Missouri-based photographer Phillip Haumesser hopes to prove with his ‘before and
Saudi Arabia Airlines has sparked outrage after issuing a dress code that dictates female passengers should not expose their arms or legs.
Quaint and cosy, it would seem, have been taken to another level. A 500-year-old Grade II listed ‘rough-luxe’ barn conversion in the
Taking 13 ladies of a certain age and turning them into a singing group good enough to perform in one of Salzburg’s
For such a tiny nation, Northern Ireland is home to a greedy number of world-class golf courses. Royal Portrush in Antrim, and
When T. E. Lawrence passed through Amman a century ago at the head of the Arab Revolt, the city had fewer than
They say the road to hell is paved with good intentions. And, for Royal Dutch Airlines, that was a lesson learned, this
All aspects of the beehive-shaped land-based structures are connected through various streets and parks at different levels, while further ‘moon’ buildings rise
Then there’s a ship capable of carrying entire oil rigs and stacks of barges – the Blue Marlin – an incredible vessel
A stunning apartment in the famous St Pancras station clock tower means making that train on time is almost guaranteed. After all,