Trip Reviews

Nevis Mango and Food Festival

19/07/2018 by .

I’m standing in the middle of the main street in Charlestown, the tiny capital of Nevis, with my apron on, facing a frying pan and a collection of ingredients. Curious locals wander past intrigued by what’s going on. Fortunately, I’m not alone and New York Chef, Seamus Mullen, is directing eight of us to cook Mahi-mahi with mango.

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A weekend on Vis Island

A two-hour ferry ride from the city of Split, green and mountainous Vis is a gem of an island. A former military base, it’s only been open to foreign visitors since 1989, so it’s relatively undeveloped and unspoiled, while still having all you need for a comfortable stay.

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Northern Germany by bike

Rupert Parker explores the three north German cities of Lübeck, Lüneberg and Hamburg on two wheels and finds delightful streets with fairy tale houses.

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Insider guide to Sydney in winter

Over two million visitors are expected to experience Vivid, so it seems to have done the job in stimulating Sydney’s winter visitor numbers. But what else does Sydney offer out of season in the winter months? The answer is it offers plenty.

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Carinthia – the Land of the Lakes

Austria has long been a popular destination with British travellers, both for winter skiing and summer hiking. The Tyrol gets most of the action, but Carinthia, in South East Austria, is well worth a visit.

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Guernsey and Alderney – Channel Islands at War

The new film ‘The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society’ focusses on Guernsey’s experience during WW2. Indeed the Channel Islands were the only British territories to be occupied by the Nazis and it was a tough time.

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