TRAVEL: Five good reasons to visit wild Québec

Québec’s unspoilt landscapes, lush forests, over a million lakes and pristine waterways including the mighty Saint Lawrence River make the province...

The Art of Travelling Solo: 8 Ways to Go Beyond Your Comfort Zone

Nothing exciting ever happens within a ‘comfort zone’. Consider some of the world’s greatest travel adventures; Would Cook have discovered the Pacific Islands if...

Mollie’s Motel and Diner opens in Oxfordshire

Address: Shrivenham Road, A420, Faringdon, SN7 8QU There's a new American motel and diner in town, - not the seedy kind you see in road movies...

Your Dominican Republic travel guide

The Dominican Republic has it all. The second biggest country in the Caribbean and famed for its diverse geography, it offers beautiful beaches, stunning...

Amsterdam: Art, bikes, canals and cheeses

By Bill Hill The name derives from “Amstelredamme”, in reference to the fact that it began its life around a dam in the river Amstel,...

An Irish New Year (probably)

Off The Grid with Luke Coleman - Our man in Iraq I spent New Year’s Eve and a few days in Cork, Ireland. Obviously we go...

Christmas Dinner… but not as we know it – a guide to Christmas dinners...

Christmas Dinner is great, but it does run the risk of being a little humdrum. So how about breaking out of that festive box...

Sophisticated surroundings and classy gin: The De Vere Wokefield Estate

By Sue Roberts There has been an estate at Wokefield since the first house was built in the 1560s for the wealthy Plowden family.  Set in...

The Companies Going To War With Uber

Long gone are the days we would have to call a taxi company in advance, arrange a time and a place with their depot...

Travel: A trip to Nova Scotia

Dave Stewart recently travelled all the way to Nova Scotia, Canada to discover a wealth of culture, hauntingly beautiful landscapes, sea kayaking, whales and...
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