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Every year I find myself in the sleepy, unknown village of Rianxo, located just south of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia Spain. The landscape of Galicia is traditionally lush green, and dense fog usually hangs over the mountains...
As one of the most eagerly anticipated events in the London social calendar, the Notting Hill Carnival has been entertaining crowds in the capital every August Bank Holiday since 1965.
When it comes to making a cup of tea, there are not many places more glamorous in which to do so than in the lush, green hill country of Sri Lanka...
The foodies are returning to Midtown. In recent years, far-flung locations of Brooklyn and Queens have garnered the interest of the food elite of New York City...
I counted the other day the number of times I visited Milan for work and pleasure in the last decade, and I would hazard a guess at around 20 times. The most important occasions were for Milan Fashion Week and the furniture exhib...
In a world full of colourful, fascinating places and new experiences, Tokyo is one of the unique destinations of them all...
Safari in Africa can thrill you in so many ways, from the pure power and beauty of staring into a leopard’s eyes to the adrenaline rush of cage diving with a great white shark. It all depends how you like to get your thrills!..
Come rain or shine, thick powdery white snow or glorious sunshine, our alpinechic hotels in Austria offer a luxurious retreat away from the noise and drama of everyday life...
Borja Malet, from Catalunya, has been working for five years in Barcelona’s Hotel Pulitzer weaving his musical magic at the rooftop terrace, and throughout the building – bar and restaurant...
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The Hidden Cenotes of Mexico

While flocking to the beautiful white sand beaches of the Yucatan Peninsula, it is inevitable that one will hear whispers about the hidden, crystal clear, natural cenotes of the region.

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Where to Find the Best Surf Spots in Bali

Today a surfing trip does not just involve boardshorts, roof racks and a tent. Although there are still some who enjoy the hedonistic, hippy approach, catching the perfect wave these days can also be a five-star experience where your most arduous task will be your pop-up.

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Food, Film and Fashion: the Top Festivals in Dubai

Only in Dubai would you find not one, but two festivals entirely dedicated to retail shopping. While the city is well known as a shopping mecca it is equally renowned as a global microcosm of cultures that interact and unite in dynamic and eclectic ways.

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The Art of Good Cocktails in Barcelona

Fernando made me a “Vermut” – the classic drink of the Hotel Pulitzer’s rooftop terrace on family weekends – and my son a delicious watermelon and pineapple juice cocktail and brought them to our room on the third floor.

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Glamping it Up: the Most Stylish Getaways

If someone suggests the idea of going camping, there are many images that might spring to mind. An old tent blowing in the wind and stubbornly refusing to stay up, despite the fact that you’ve hammered the pegs into the muddy ground as hard as you can.

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