Slow travel: a map has been found that shows what travel looked like in 1914

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08/01/2016 / By / , , , , / Post a Comment
Most of us have experienced the frustration of a travel delay, complained bitterly about time changes and jet lag, or wallowed in sheer boredom on a lengthy commute.
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Snacks on the sand: what to eat at the world’s best beaches

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Here's our guide to the world's best beaches and their most famous local delicacies. The best part is, you won't even need to wipe the sand off your feet to get your fill.

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A beginner’s guide to the –stans of Central Asia

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During a recent quiz on geography in the office, I was surprised by the sheer number of -stans there are in the world.

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Lebanon lives on: ‘These buildings represent how ugly we once were’

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Time was, Lebanon was the place to holiday. Balmier than the French Riviera, sassier than Alexandria and more exotic than Greece. Then war happened.

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Break out the eggnog: we’ve got Europe’s best Christmas markets

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Christmas markets are basically the distillation of the essence of Christmas, as fundamental to its spirit as eggnog and the smell of pine.

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The world’s hottest art cities (that aren’t Paris or Prague)

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It’s a strange thing: although there are dozens of great art cities around the world, aficionados and gallery lovers always flock to the same old names.

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Life guides: how to live Italian

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Italy basically invented La Belle Vita, but what is their secret really? How do they do it? And, more importantly, how can we start doing it too?

11/12/2015 / By / , , , / Post a Comment
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Which South American country is right for you?

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How do you know where to start? Do you go from North to South? Start in Patagonia and work your way up the east coast? To stop in Uruguay or not? These are the questions.

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Dark tourism: is it ever okay?

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Why were we there? Were our motivations purely voyeuristic, like rubbernecking drivers crawling past a car crash, or is there something else at play?

07/12/2015 / By / , , , / Post a Comment
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Want to learn a foreign language? It’s easier than you think

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Learning a foreign language sometimes feels like climbing a big mountain. A mountain built of verbs, subjects, objects, conjugations and words that mean ‘cheese’.

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For 37 years, Peregrine has been redefining small group tours. We don’t do big buses and generic activities. For us it’s all about uncovering the heart of a place. Intimate groups capped at 16, expert local leaders, comfortable accommodation and plenty of added inclusions – welcome to a new style of travel.

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