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A ferry ride makes all the difference. Somehow, you feel you’re going overseas – while still firmly in the UK. On leaving
There’s never been a better time to be vegan. From the scope of choice in restaurants to the hipster approval rating, it
And, while some some are simple – including Disney’s Aladdin and Princess Jasmine riding a flying carpet or a parrot perched on
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They are hardly known for being flattering. But one woman’s passport photo went beyond unkind, this week – when it warped during
It was around 2am, dark, very gusty and freezing cold when I started to question what I was doing. But I knew
The development of pilotless passenger aircraft could be worth 35 billion US dollars (£27 billion) to the aviation industry and cut fares
It’s the lifestyle that Tom Cruise’s character Les Grossman talks about so memorably in comedy Tropic Thunder – flying in a Gulfstream
They’ve long been considered accurate land markers that map-out the world’s most seminal sites. But, despite their claims of precision, it seems
Animal lovers rarely get to enjoy holidays with their pets. But an ingenious new invention may have changed all that – after
Weather – when it’s calm and bright it can make your day, but when it’s angry, it’s a terrifying sight to behold,
Travellers have long flocked to the historic city of Oxford. Famous for its architectural beauty and academic excellence, which dates back to
We’re in August, peak holiday season, with many of us finally enjoying a well-deserved dose of sunshine. But summer does somewhat complicate
Iceland is officially the most expensive European destination in which to book an Airbnb abode. But Germany, Portugal and Croatia are among
Most of us would very much prefer to stay out of a foreign jail. But those who’d like a taste of it,
Jalen Brooks, a 17-year-old high school senior from Riverside, Illinois, was photographed in utter shock upon being treated to a visit from
Corfu is a cliché when it comes to the most perfect of Greek Islands. It has all the comforts of familiarity, and
As beach holiday destinations go, the Maldives is about as good as it gets. Hot sun, over-water villas, white, talc-like sand, psychedelic
The pattern on the carpet is the same, but in the four years since I last cruised on Fred.Olsen’s Balmoral, the ship
The archaeologists had no reason to suspect foul play when they first unearthed the human skull. It looked much like all the
To an observer, NZL 68 must be flitting across Waitemata Harbour with effortless ease. But on board, the crew are grinding hard.
I spent last night in a fridge with two mermaids. I hoped we’d all get on, but they were cold as ice.
The last time I stayed in a youth hostel I was in my teens – and it was far from a comfortable
With its Viennese-style coffee houses and shadowy Cold War atmosphere, it’s not surprising to discover that Trieste was once a thriving Austro-Hapsburg
Everybody in Cambrai seems to know Deborah. ‘You’ve come to see Deborah, the Flesquieres tank?’ guessed the excited young woman at the
Malaga’s red light district has been shown a red card. And in its place? Well, take your pick from the Pompidou Centre,
What’s your take on Novotels? A little corporate, perhaps, handy for an airport, short of flair and not at all funky? Well,
Look at a map of Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast and there must be as many islands as there are spots on its canine
Packed to the gunwales, the pleasure boat Dart Voyager raced upstream, passing the heritage steam train to Paignton and on to Greenway
A seven-year-old boy realised his ambition of becoming a plane pilot in what his mother described as ‘the best moment of his