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Follow Agatha Christie’s footsteps along the Devon coastline

Agatha Christie is arguably the most famous author in the world. Only the Bible has outsold her novels, and her stories have inspired a whole new generation through film and TV ada
Fjords of Norway Guided Walking Holiday

Most people visit Norway from the comfort of cruise ships but I fancy seeing it from the land so I join a Fjords of Norway guided walking trip. For eight days I explore the region
Rail adventure in North Wales – full steam ahead

The hills are alive in North Wales with the cranky rhythm of chugging wheels and the whistle of coal powered trains as a stream of steam is funnelled out through their chimney.Rail
Follow the Jane Austen trail across Britain

t’s the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen’s death and Britain is celebrating. Even the Bank of England has produced a new £10 notewhich features a portrait of this most proli
Austin Travel Guide

These days Austin is big not only in Texas, but across the world. Thanks to the establishment of major cultural events and festivals—like South by Southwest and the Austin City
Iceland is preparing for its hottest tourist season yet

Iceland is so hot right now. Well, maybe not literally. The chilly European destination, which is not actually covered in ice as the name would lead you to believe (that would be G
Top 10 places to see in Puglia, Italy

Part of the charm of Puglia, Southern Italy’s rising star, is its slow approach to everyday life. Centuries old farmland are hemmed by a superb sun-bleached sandy coast and trave
Why your next holiday should be in Nicaragua

But these days tales of contra rebels from Bianca Jagger’s homeland are being replaced by tales of undeniable natural beauty of its lakes, volcanoes (out of the 26, six are still
Norway: Exploring Oslo’s art scene

Norway’s Oslo is one of Europe’s most beautiful capital cities: its natural surroundings of rolling hills and mountains, verdant islands and the sea, give this 1000 year-old c
Hyde Park Barracks Museum

Convict architect Francis Greenway designed this squarish, decorously Georgian structure (1819) as convict quarters. Fifty thousand men and boys sentenced to transportation passe