Ibiza - beyond the crowds
The opportunity to experience authentic Ibiza is something that relatively few take the time to do. A yacht charter discovering this island's hidden treasures is the ultimate...
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House Hunting in Morocco: A Marrakesh Riad for Under $500,000
In Marrakesh, prices are stable as buyer interest from Europe picks up and brokers await the return of international clients.
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Why We Love Cold-Pressed Oils. Plus, 3 Canadian Oils To Try Now
Cold-pressing is used to extract oil from seeds, nuts and other plants without using heat, which helps preserve both nutrients and taste. Canadian vegetable oils made this way...
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Heading Home for the Vaccine: One Expat's Trans-Atlantic Journey
With Europe's vaccine campaign stymied, the Madrid-based author, along with his husband and children, boarded a plane for the U.S. “The act of taking matters into one's own...
2 days ago - NY Times
Where can Americans travel this Summer?
Are you traveling yet? Have you been vaccinated? This Summer is looking set to be a much-needed boon for destinations reliant on tourism. Our hearts ache for what is happening...
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‘Why go to the Sahara when you can visit Kent?': ‘desert' life in Dungeness
Looking for transformative journeys near home, travel writer Nick Hunt found inspiration in a corner of south-east England The place that is sometimes called “England's only...
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Surviving in Isolation, Where the Steppe Has Turned to Sand
In the Russian republic of Kalmykia, the encroaching desert has transformed the landscape. “Nature,” one farmer said, “is forcing us to leave.”
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Demand for flights to Portugal soars by 660% as holidaymakers rush to book trips
The opening up of flights next week has seen a rush of people jetting to Faro, Porto or Lisbon and there is nothing to stop them renting a car so they can then drive into Europe.
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UK travel firms report sales boom after ‘green list' announcement
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Gastronomic news from around Spain
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The headlines of Very International People
News: Denmark latest to commit to Expo 2020 in Dubai
The Danish government has confirmed its official participation in Expo 2020 Dubai, partnering the Danish Business Council at the six-month global gathering.
Greece joins Mediterranean race to win back tourists
Southern European countries are racing to reopen their tourism services despite delays in rolling out a planned EU-wide travel pass
News: Hurtigruten expedition ships move to battery-hybrid power
Batteries, shore power and biofuel are at the core of what Hurtigruten Group is calling a large-scale green upgrade of its costal expedition fleet.
News: Mondrian Shoreditch London to open this summer
The lifestyle hotel, owned by the Reuben Brothers, will open its doors July following a major overhaul and complete redesign by award-winning London interior design studio...
Singapore tightens COVID-19 measures, travel bubble unlikely
Singapore further tightened its COVID-19 measures as it sought to control an increase in untraceable coronavirus infections
How this Kiwi surfer's holiday turned into growing organic produce in México
It started as a surfing holiday and ended as a lifestyle choice, growing vegetables and herbs south of the border, down México way. Words: Jane Warwick Photos: Kevin Emirali It...
The Latest: Singapore ups virus rules after new infections
Singapore has further tightened social-distancing restrictions, banning dining in at restaurants and limiting public gatherings to two people as it seeks to control a growing...
UK set to rediscover freedom after vaccination success
Thanks to an efficient vaccine rollout program, Britain is finally saying goodbye to months of tough lockdown restrictions
Delta will require that new employees be vaccinated
Unvaccinated employees could face restrictions, like not being allowed to work on international flights.
Most incredible places reclaimed by nature
Abandoned, eerie and yet somehow beautiful, around the world, places that were once occupied with people, have now been reclaimed by nature.