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  • LifestyleYahoo Life Singapore

    Marvel at autumn foliage in New Zealand

    Autumn in New Zealand, typically spanning from March to May, is a breathtaking season to travel.

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  • LifestyleThe Telegraph

    Seven sunny getaways to book now for the Easter holidays

    How did that happen? You’ve barely taken down the last of your Christmas decorations and Easter is just around the corner – five weeks away, to be precise.

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  • LifestyleThe Telegraph

    The best British breaks for 2024

    This is the year that travel is truly back – predictions are that 2024 will break records for global tourism. So does that mean domestic holidays are dead? Nope. ABTA’s latest report reveals 58 per cent of Brits are planning a UK trip in 2024. Even when the whole world is open to us, we still want to holiday at home.

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  • LifestyleThe Telegraph

    How to combine a city break with a ski holiday

    If your enthusiasm for the usual slopeside après is beginning to wane or you’re travelling with a non-skiing partner, a city diversion may be the ticket to the perfect ski holiday.

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  • LifestyleThe Telegraph

    Why Gran Canaria’s underrated, cosmopolitan capital should be your next weekend break

    On a midwinter night in Las Palmas the temperature was a balmy 20C, and locals were complaining. “¡Qué frio!” (“how cold it is!”) exclaimed a woman at a terrace table in the old town, shivering as she pulled her jacket around her.

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  • LifestyleThe Guardian

    Spring flowers: 10 of the best places in the UK to see them bloom

    Witch hazel and snowdrops, hellebores and daffodils – with the country set to burst into bloom, we find the best of the season’s first offerings

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  • LifestyleEvening Standard

    Spean Lodge: this charming B&B is Scotland’s best-kept secret

    ...but not for long, says Lydia Swinscoe

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  • LifestyleThe Telegraph

    Why a novel seaside hotel in Bognor Regis is perfect for an off-season escape

    Manuel – all melancholy moustache and black dickie bow – is serving us supper. Across the dining room, Basil Fawlty is bent over some better-dressed guests like an obsequious daddy longlegs. As our prawn cocktails are deposited before us, the children enquire after the Siberian hamster. “Si, is good,” Manuel tells them. It is currently keeping cosy in the oven. And we all, immediately, fall hard for this hotel.

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  • LifestyleThe Telegraph

    On the trail of Tashkent’s bizarre Soviet relics

    My visit to Uzbekistan began with a near fatality – mine. I had just clambered up and down the steps of a 20-storey-high giant mirror. The entire structure clanked and creaked with every step and buzzed with the noise of welders, none of them wearing safety equipment, all attempting some kind of lofty repair, ciggies dangling from lips, hardened by desert life in a former Soviet republic.

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  • NewsThe Guardian

    12 of Britain’s best archaeology sites, events and family activity days

    Learn the skills to unearth our ancient history – from excavations for children in York to guided walks along the Thames and residential courses in Wales

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