European parks

5 Great European holiday park options

Hiring a mobile home is a perfect alternative to a hotel if you’re looking for family-friendly accommodation in some of Europe’s most popular destinations. Enjoy a bit more privacy, your own garden space to relax in the sun, plus you’ll have the comforts of home with your own kitchen and living facilities. All European holiday […]

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QUEEN VICTORIA

Cunard’s make-over for Queen Victoria

Cunard is splashing out £34 million on a major makeover for their 90,000-tonne Queen Victoria. The ship which entered service in 2007 is having a section of the aft decks sliced off to be replaced by a larger lido sun deck. Windbreakers and additional sun loungers, as well as luxury cabanas, will be introduced to […]

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Celebrity Cruises ‘wine show’

This summer there’s the chance to sit back, relax and enjoy a glass of wine from the world’s best vineyards aboard Celebrity Cruises. Always the innovator, this company is a perennially popular choice for passengers who appreciate the company’s take on ‘Modern Luxury’. The cruise line has now developed a limited edition, interactive wine tasting […]

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The Ultimate Hawaii Bucket List

Hawaii is more multifaceted than you might presume. As you glide into the capital of Honolulu you’ll be met with a metropolitan hub that rivals that of LA or NYC, but is set amongst a striking landscape of jungles, volcanoes and sandy shorelines. Across the six islands, you’ll find a chest of Pacific Ocean treasures […]

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Macau

A beginner’s guide to Macao

Read our beginner’s guide to Macao and you’ll be ready to visit a destination that seems to be popping up in conversation a little bit more than it used to. In 2013 it featured predominantly in the Bond Film Skyfall and (the city was also a plot-device in The Man with the Golden Gun) and […]

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Which Indian Ocean island is your perfect paradise?

The Indian Ocean is a tropical stretch of blue waves symonous with bright sunshine, stunning reefs, palm trees, sandy beaches and attractive islands that are favoured by holidaymakers seeking a relaxing summer getaway. There are four islands in particular that have remained firm favourites with British jetsetters: Maldives, Mauritius, Sri Lanka and Seychelles. If you’re […]

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Yangtze in Focus

The Yangtze river is the third longest river in the world after the Nile and Amazon. At 3,553 miles long it rises in the frozen glaciers of the Tibetan Plateau and disgorges into the East China Sea at Shanghai. It stretches through China‘s most enchanting historic and cultural treasures; and has been an important lifeline […]

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cruises for foodies

Cruises for Foodies

For many people, sea cruises are a long day’s journey into dinner, undoubtedly the main event of the day. As mealtimes roll relentlessly past, the captain has the good grace to deliver a number of countries to the side of the ship. Emphasising the ‘fine’ in fine dining, the cuisine on cruise ships has pushed […]

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