Trip Reviews

Insider Guide to Rural Cyprus

24/03/2019 by .

I’m on a farm sipping fresh donkey milk and it tastes divine. “Good isn’t it.” Says Pieris Georgiadis, owner of the Golden Donkeys Farm in Skarinou, “less than 3% fat and with micro-biotic properties, unbelievably good for you.”

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Lilu Light Festival, Lucerne

Lucerne’s first ever Lilu Light Festival with 17 installations by Swiss and international artists scattered through the city for 11 days.

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Introduction to Haiti

I take a short flight to the capital Port Au Prince or PAP, as it’s known locally. The city was almost flattened by the devastating 2010 earthquake but I’m surprised to see little evidence.

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Churchill War Rooms, London

It’s rare a piece of world history can be defined in such an authentic way. In an age of replicas and rebuilds the Churchill War Rooms resonate with reality.

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Baroque and Roll in Valletta, Malta

In recent years, Valletta, once a British garrison town, has been cleverly changing its image. Now it seems more Italian, there are boutique hotels, and last year Valletta was the European Capital of Culture.

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Insider guide to Munich

Munich, Bavaria’s capital, is dotted with world-class museums and historic landmarks that make ensure it’s worth visiting throughout the year.

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Kentucky, the Bluegrass State

Bourbon, bluegrass and horse racing, plus the home of a sporting legend, are some of the many reasons to visit Kentucky. Even though it’s known as the “front porch” to the South, its pretty white clapboard towns seem more attached to the north, nestling in undulating green pasture, and the state was officially neutral during […]

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