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Travelling in Taste

Travelling in Taste

Let’s be honest, often sightseeing is just something to fill the time between meals, right? Not everyone is fond of museums or beaches, but everyone eats and perhaps this is what led to the origin of gourmet or culinary tourism. With ethnic food as a major food trend, there are many foodies out there just itching to travel to exotic and historical places, prepare the foods of these highly regarded cuisines in their rightful place, meet the...

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A Grand Reunion: Volcanoes and Beaches in an Indian Ocean Paradise

A Grand Reunion: Volcanoes and Beaches in an Indian Ocean Paradise

For most people, a mention of the Indian Ocean automatically conjures up images of its most popular islands, which are Seychelles, Mauritius, and the Maldives. One island that most people are however quick to forget is the small island of Reunion. This little reminder of France sits between her better-known neighbour Mauritius and the shores of wild Africa. The volcanic island is a paradise for the water lover with an outstanding range of...

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Tea Leaves and Sea Breezes

Tea Leaves and Sea Breezes

Think Sri Lanka, and trekking is rarely the first thought that springs to mind. But the unusualness of the destination is also half its charm; quiet trails lead up verdant mountainsides, passing beneath the groaning boughs of dense forests. The distinctive call of monkeys and the roaring of waterfalls punctuate the stillness between the remote villages in the hill country, not another walking boot or rucksack in sight. Sri Lanka is the...

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Treasures at the Ends of the Earth

Treasures at the Ends of the Earth

At the ends of the Earth and far from the madding crowd, the Polar Regions are perhaps the last pristine wildernesses left on the planet. They’re harsh, merciless environments of savage, eye-watering beauty. How times have changed for the Polar adventurer? These days we can take a Polar Expedition to explore the frozen polar continents in relative comfort and safety and return to our homes within 2 weeks, unlike Ernest Shackleton and his crew...

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The Most Spectacular Train Trip in the World

The Most Spectacular Train Trip in the World

In an age when flights are cheaper and faster than riding the rails, most people opt to zip through the sky rather than over tracks, but there’s something to be said for the classic railway journey as a romantic means of travel. There are typically more tourists than local commuters aboard these trains, on vacation to admire the expansive Canadian wilderness over a period of one to four days. Seeing Canada’s West by rail, showcases...

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