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Phoebe Smith’s favourite small hills in England

20/03/2020 13:11

Written by Phoebe Smith

Phoebe Smith picks five of her favourite small hills in England for hikers and walkers alike. 

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Cook up a storm in the kitchen with our recipe for Rodriguan fish curry

19/03/2020 16:12

Written by Alexandra Richards

With our travel plans on hold, what better way to explore new cultures than cooking up a storm in the kitchen? This simple recipe for Rodiguan fish curry is perfect for a family dinner and is sure to leave your loved ones clamouring for more.

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‘The moment I became the bloke the cheetah crapped on’

19/03/2020 15:21

Written by Jonathan Scott

Jonathan Scott describes the moment he got more than he bargained for when filming one of Africa’s most elegant predators. 

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Ups and downs: Night cycling in Bhutan

19/03/2020 08:35

Written by Ben Ross

It’s very dark now, and there’s a ripe tang of diesel and pine cone in the air. I give my bicycle brakes another squeeze then spill forward into the night, a moth in the headlights of the oncoming trucks. 

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Make time to get outside: choose a National Trust garden!

18/03/2020 11:13

Written by Bradt Guides

If you're working from home and social distancing, the world probably feels a small place at the moment. But thanks to the National Trust, we might be able to get outside this weekend after all. 

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National stereotypes: The age-old battle of bums against towels

17/03/2020 09:52

Written by John Carter

You can’t spend well over half a century travelling the world without realising that everybody has fixed ideas about how the citizens of different nations are likely to behave.

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The Villa: Breaking and entering in Portugal

16/03/2020 17:00

Written by John Carter

When our children were young, we used villas as our holiday accommodation. It was the most sensible option, enabling us to eat when we wished, and not when a hotel’s timetable said we could. 

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Algarve interlude: Travel as a branch of show business

16/03/2020 12:18

Written by John Carter

After I began my travel writing career in 1961, I spent several months finding my feet and, literally, finding my way about. Accepting an assortment of invitations, I went on fact-finding press trips, getting to know my fellow scribes.

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Who else is hooked on Race Across the World? If you're inspired to follow in the footsteps of these intrepid travellers, keep reading. 

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Has the new series of Race Across the World given you a serious case of wanderlust? We've compiled a list of all the places mentioned in episode 1 to help you plan that trip of a lifetime. 

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