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From Coasteering to Surfing

Words: Angela Youngman Jumping off a cliff into the ocean for the sheer fun of it, or surfing through some of the biggest waves you can imagine creates some really…


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The Maternal Aunt of the Prophet PBUH in Cyprus

Upon arrival in Larnaca, visitors can’t fail to notice the Larnaca Salt Lake. A flocking place for flamingos, this lake is not far from a palm grove, which surrounds an…


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Fancy staying on a royal estate or a holiday home with royal connections?

For those in the know, there are numerous special places where you can stay for a holiday which have connections to royalty, both past and present.  Every summer Her Majesty…


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A trip around Brighton this Spring

For over two hundred years, visitors have been making their way to Brighton attracted by its sea and sand. Now you can add walking in the air to the list…


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Cruising on the High Seas

Cruising on the high seas is an ideal way to unwind, relax and visit new places. Once you have boarded the ship, there is nothing more you have to do,…


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Edinburgh & the Borders

  Crossing the Tweed River at Berwick brings you into another, quite distinct, country. The road quickly starts to pass through deep forested hills, often offering a glimpse of the…


Food & Drink

Tea makes the world go round

Tea makes the world go round – and stopping for a cup of tea is popular in countries worldwide. The UK has been a big tea drinking nation since the…


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Tea makes the world go round – and stopping for a cup of tea is popular in countries worldwide

The UK has been a big tea drinking nation since the seventeenth century.  At one point, the cost of tea was so expensive that ladies used to lock it up…


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