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Tips for travelling

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Travel can really take its toll on the body, especially when you’re bouncing across time zones and battling jet lag. Docandu is an app that allows travellers to connect ...

Pataka, Edinburgh

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Author Ian Rankin is said to be a regular customer of Pataka and the restaurant is featured in two of his books, Set In Darkness and Standing In Another Man’s Grave. I ...

Alison’s Adventures

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Alison Teal has explored some of the most remote places on the planet. The adventurer has an insatiable curiosity and indomitable spirit and she has just published a book ...

Added luxury

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Scenic (www.scenic.co.uk, 0808 231 2143), offers a range of itineraries that allow guests to experience iconic Australian and New Zealand experiences such as a drive down ...

Mother’s Day options

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Iberian Escapes specialise in high-end experiential holidays in Portugal and, most recently Spain so that you can explore these destinations in places where most wouldn’t ...

Scots city in top three

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Oxford and Cambridge regularly top rankings of the world’s best universities. Now the ancient cities have another, less welcome honour – they are the least affordable in ...

Going solo in Europe

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European river cruises are suited to solo travelling according to Emerald Waterways (https://www.emeraldwaterways.co.uk/)  who wave the single supplement on six sailings in ...

Unexpected locations for wine

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Global Wine Day is on February 18 and Winebuyers have listed unique and unexpected locations across the globe that produce wine. Where: In a Desert, Country: Jordan: With ...

Henricks, Edinburgh

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Jamie and Andria (pictured) have put their stamp on Henricks, transforming it from a Bruntsfield brasserie into a neighbourhood bar. It will offer quality cocktails, curated ...
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