Trip Reviews

Insider guide to Al Seef, Dubai

08/01/2019 by .

“You were here 20 years ago!” the ice-cream seller exclaimed as if I were a living historical relic as once more I looked across Dubai’s Creek of dhows.

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Tarragona beyond the human towers

Tarragona may have been hiding under the wings of Barcelona, but there is more than enough here to bring her out in the open to embrace visitors with open arms.

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Havana. 500 years of enchantment

I’m standing under an old silk-cotton tree in Arms Square in Old Havana. It was here under a tree like this that the city was founded on November 16, 1519.

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Rosslyn Chapel, Midlothian

Long before Dan Brown and the Da Vinci Code heaped attention on this extravagantly ornate chapel set on a low hill above Roslin Glen in the Midlothian countryside south of Edinburgh it had been a popular destination for generations of curious travellers.

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A Photo Safari in Botswana

If you’ve never imagined yourself as a wildlife photographer, then think again. Pangolin Photo Safaris in Botswana not only takes you into the bush to see the animals but also supplies camera and zoom lens

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Hidden wonders in southern New Zealand

Carved by glaciers over hundreds of thousands of years, and further shaped by some of the highest rainfall in the world – around 6.5 metres or 252 inches a year – this scenery is raw and majestic.

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Autumn in Valais, Switzerland

Switzerland’s attraction in winter and summer needs no introduction, but during autumn, from October to mid-November, it’s a pretty special place to be too.

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