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  • The art of the perfect holiday

    The art of the perfect holiday

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    11 May 2018

    Holidays and hobbies, two things that many of us value highly when it comes to deciding how we spend our spare time. So, wouldn't it be neat if we could combine the two for the ultimate 'me time' experience?

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  • Travel trends in 2018

    Travel trends in 2018

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    27 April 2018

    Just like fashion, travel experiences seasonal ebbs and flows in destination popularity, but unlike fashion – there’s no Versace-style puppet master behind the scenes pulling strings that dictate where you’ll be journeying to over the next year; travel trends are much more consumer led.

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  • World's Happiest Countries

    World's Happiest Countries

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    26 March 2018

    Happiness seems like it's in short supply sometimes, which is why this week's annual announcement of the World Happiness Report may seem like a nice reminder that there are plenty of wonderful places all across the globe.

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  • Women on the Railways

    Women on the Railways

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    8 March 2018

    This March 8th, in honour of National Women's Day, we are celebrating the role women have played over the generations in the creation and maintenance of our railways.

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  • Darwin Day the Galapagos Islands

    Darwin Day the Galapagos Islands

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    15 February 2018

    We may be writing this on Valentine’s Day, a celebration of inter-human love in many countries across the world, but we think that this week Darwin Day’s message of love and respect for the planet and all the creatures that call this incredible Earth home, is far more important as we face an ever-more environmentally unstable future.

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  • A focus on: The Blue Train

    A focus on: The Blue Train

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    15 December 2017

    As luxury train rides go, it would be misguided to not consider South Africa's The Blue Train amongst the very best.

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  • The World's Most Weird and Wonderful

    The World's Most Weird and Wonderful

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    17 November 2017

    The world is a weird place. It’s not something we always appreciate as we go about our day-to-day lives, but every so often you learn something about this planet of ours, suspended in a potentially infinite cosmos, that makes you stop and pause for thought.

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  • Murder on the Orient Express Review

    Murder on the Orient Express Review

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    9 November 2017

    When Kenneth Branagh’s action-man Hercule Poirot first bounds onto the screen, we find ourselves in Jerusalem 1933. And while this is sure to be an unfamiliar opening to many of Christie’s more avid readers, we’re soon back into comfortable territory as Poirot’s sense of self-importance and masterful pomp come bubbling to the surface during his self-absorbed denouement.

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