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Adventures in Latin America

As heroic adventurer Indiana Jones gets set to return to the silver screen this year in the film Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull you might be left wishing you could have an adventure of your own. Well you can and, what’s more, it doesn’t all have …

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Turkish delights

Fancy a break that offers more than a week in an average hotel or a whirlwind city guidebook tour of your destination? If you’re looking for a holiday that’s far from the madding crowd or something with a slightly different twist, then travel company Journey Anatolia might just have the …

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A haunting break

For most people the thought of unwanted ghostly visitors lurking in their hotel would send a shiver down the spine, but for others its half the fun. If cold spots, mysterious noises and ghoulish sights are your idea of the perfect holiday accommodation then a haunted break could make the …

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French for fun

If you’ve always dreamed of speaking French like a native and dumping your phrase book then your best bet is to get yourself on the next plane to France. Textbooks can be useful but the true test is putting your language skills to work among real French folk in France. …

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Athens: an ancient city in a modern world

With its magnificent architecture, legendary cultural attractions and unparalleled place in history, the Greek capital continues to captivate. The city blends the classical and the contemporary and boasts some of the world’s oldest landmarks. The Acropolis No visit to Athens is complete without a journey through the acropolis – the …

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Real Spain on the Costa Blanca

If you’re looking for a cultural break to Spain but you don’t want to stray too far off the well-beaten tourist track of the Costa Blanca, consider Altea. Despite lying just north of Benidorm and within an hour of Alicante by car, the city has the feel of an unspoiled …

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Shanghai: a city of contrasts

Shanghai is the second largest city in China: colourful, exotic and quickly making a name for itself as a must-visit long haul destination. In the past it has been the domain of adventurers, swindlers, gamblers, drug runners, the idle rich, fashion dandies, tycoons, missionaries, dangerous gangsters and pimps; a dark …

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Break to Bruges

If you love chocolate, beer, canals and charm, the Belgian city of Bruges, just a train drive away on Eurostar, offers the perfect destination for a city break. It is regarded as the best preserved medieval city in northern Europe as is fondly known as the Venice of the North. …

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The Road to Marrakesh

Hopping on a plane for a city break has become one of the most popular getaways for the British. There are endless cities to choose from within reach of a short haul flight, but none will lead you to a more exotic destination than Marrakesh, the travel capital of Morocco. …

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Living it up in Las Vegas

Though a bit heavy on the neon, Las Vegas is a true feast for the eyes. Every hotel is striving to top the next one with its own unique theme, majestic entrances, enticing casinos, delectable restaurants and impressive entertainment. It can be said that Las Vegas does not have a …

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Spreading the news on New York

New York is synonymous with movies, fame, bright lights and fantastic shopping. In fact the list of things it’s well known for could go on for pages. So it’s not surprising that many people can talk with authority on the city that’s so good, as they song goes, they named …

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Almost 5 million people a year visit Cancun in the Mexican State of Quintana Roo. Cancun is a lovely beach and party town on the East coast of the Yucatan Peninsula. Cancun and its environs (the Riviera Maya- towns like Akumal, Tulum, and Playa Del Carmen) are well worth a …

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