With everything from snug wraps to keep you warm through Winter or keep you cosy on your travels to luggage that’ll turn heads, and a lot more besides, we hope our suggestions will make gift giving that little bit easier this year.
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From a Harrods hamper packed with luxury goodness to one of the most advanced compact drones on the market, we have compiled a number of suggestions which we hope will make buying for him that little bit easier this year.
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The Berkshires deeply rooted food culture is evident in its regional cuisine. Chefs have access to delicious local produce, meats, and dairy and expertly craft these seasonal offerings into delectable plates. The fields and farms of the Berkshires ar...
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There are very few decorations in the towns. No lights wound around lampposts, draped over trees or suspended across streets. No Christmas Markets where busy villages are pedestrianised for late night shopping, sweet mince pies and hot mulled wine. Perhaps that’s the clue, it’s just too darned hot. The Australian humour is always there though, poking fun at the establishment...
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Planning a holiday of a lifetime can leave you needing a holiday. With so many attractions on offer, and only a week in the sun, it can be hard to know what to see for the best. Zakynthos is no exception, there are myriad of amazing things to see a...
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Cyclades and 5 more locationsDec. 4
According to Greek mythology, the God of the Sea, Poseidon, turned the Cyclades nymphs into islands from fury. Located in the Aegean Sea and comprised of some of the most well-known and particularly beautiful islands in Greece, the Cyclades have million of visitors every year for very obvious reasons: magnificent sandy beaches, Cycladic architecture in white and blue, traditional and authentic lifestyle, heartwarming locals and of course a cuisine that will not disappoint.
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El Tablao de Carmen and 4 more locationsDec. 3
The rest of Spain (and particularly Barcelona) has taken the Flamenco style under its wing and has successfully extended its Southern routes to all regions of España. Now, no matter which region you’re in, you are guaranteed to find an amazing Flamenco show if you only know where to look. Here are some of our favourite places to watch a Flamenco performance in Barcelona…
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Iglesia de La Compania de Jesus and 1 more locationDec. 3
Many travel agencies and tour operators offer Quito as a stopover before or after their trip to the Galapagos Islands and perhaps when visiting the Middle of the World as these are major tourist destinations. Quito is an important and exciting destination in itself, and there are many unique ways to enjoy it while also learning about its heritage.
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London and 4 more locationsNov. 2018
New Year’s Eve is a wonderful celebration to round up the events of the year. It is a time when friends and family often come together to dance, eat, drink and celebrate through watching a fireworks display, or other festivities, to mark the beginning of a New Year. It provides the perfect opportunity to visit a new city and admire some of the finest firework displays around the world. What perfect way to get over those post-Christmas blues than to schedule a city break for New Year’s Eve?
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