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You might think that hopping on a cruise ship is all loungers, sangrias and evening cabaret.
Less than an hour from the UK, Guernsey's spectacular scenery, fresh sea air, quiet roads and peaceful way of life make the island a restful destination for a short-break retreat.
With wedding season upon us and people gearing up to attend their nearest and dearest's big day, new research from American Express reveals guests are set to spend £479 per wedding this year. This is just £24 less than the UK average weekly salary.
Long before the fashionable ski seasons, many would visit the mountains during the summer months to breath in the fresh clean air which has long been considered a great health benefit.
Taking a hike in Manitoba might not give you altitude sickness but it will not be bland or boring.
With the celebrity cult well and truly on the wellness wagon, scenic social media snaps of hikes in Ibiza and treetop yoga in St Lucia are evoking worldwide workout wanderlust.
Gareth Bale has been the star of Euro 2016 almost single-handedly guiding Wales through to the quarter-finals.
The United States has some of the most breathtaking landscapes on the planet, not to mention a handful of the world’s greatest cities.
Some of the most well-known and best-loved summer resorts for British families, such as Scheffau or Ellmau in the Wilder Kaiser and Alpbach in the Alpbachtal, continue to appeal year-on-year.
Satvada Retreats has created a holiday combining walking and yoga in the peaceful environs of the High Atlas Mountains of Morocco. The small-group break (max. 14 people) is suitable for all levels of ability and is from 7-12 November.
In the tourism industry there are refurbs – and then there are REFURBS! And Garonga's recent 3-month makeover has on all accounts been more like a rebirth!
UK festival goers are risking hundreds of pounds worth of valuables, as many admit they don’t have cover for gadgets and personal belongings taken outside the home.
UK glamping specialist France Break still has some summer school holiday availability for those who have got so wrapped up in the referendum debate, that they have forgotten to book!
UK festival goers are set to spend an average of £179 on clothes and accessories– close to the cost of a 2016 Glastonbury ticket – just to create the perfect festival image for Instagram, according to new research from B, the new money management app.
If you are sick and tired of all the waffle on both sides of the referendum debate, then why not escape from the endless rhetoric with a walking break in the Wye Valley?
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