12:02pm Wednesday 9th October 2013
AFTER three years at the top of the best value rankings, a 45 per cent price rise in Sri Lankan resort costs means that the Indian Ocean destination has lost its crown to Bali and dropped to fifth place in the sixth annual Post Office travel money long haul report.
11:29am Wednesday 9th October 2013
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6:00pm Tuesday 13th August 2013
SINCE 2004 the island state of Malta has been a member of the EU and since 2008 they have used the Euro. While these were big decisions for Malta to take, the island has been part of a wider family of nations for thousands of years.
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Having spent many hours creating Lego models growing up and seeing my three children repeat the experience it was only a matter of time before a visit to Legoland resort came up in our conversations for things to do when summer raised its head.
11:29am Wednesday 12th June 2013
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It may have seemed odd to onlookers, for a huddle of three riders dripping puddles onto the flagstone floor of the Roast Ox Inn at Painscastle, soggy and cold from a soaking up on Llanbedr Hill, planning to do the same again and bigger and bolder next year.
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11:00am Friday 15th February 2013
BESTIVAL 2012 may have been closed by headliner Stevie Wonder but, it’s during this year’s offering that a rendition of his hit Happy Birthday would be most appropriate. Chris Wood explains why there are a number of reasons to celebrate on the Isle of Wight this September.
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Jo Barnes hires a motorhome and takes a trip with her husband and three boys through Ireland before popping over to Scotland. It all started with a chance meeting with some friends in a supermarket in Newport. They were regaling us with stories of their motorhome and what fun they’d been having with it.
4:20pm Tuesday 9th October 2012
AT FIRST we would skirt round the little jellyfish that fluttered on the waves lapping the soft Baltic sands. But when we saw local Polish children happily scooping them up and throwing them at each other, we relaxed a little.
3:08pm Tuesday 9th October 2012
October sees the schools breaking up for half term, the last holiday before the big Christmas break at the end of the year. Escape looks at five great ideas for getting away and enjoying some family time...
2:59pm Tuesday 9th October 2012
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4:50pm Tuesday 14th August 2012
Chris Tinsley discovers the delights of Naples. Naples is a bustling working city and has many areas of interest to see and experience all under the shadow of Vesuvius, the only active volcano in Europe.
4:38pm Tuesday 14th August 2012
Owen Pearce steps into the frenetic and fascinating port city of Hamburg THE cost to transport one bottle of wine from Australia is six cents. Ah, I thought, no wonder a decent Aussie shiraz doesn’t cost the earth.
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4:10pm Tuesday 12th June 2012
Devon might be a bit light on big game but treat the family to a break in one of Crealy Meadows’ brand new safari tents and you’ll enjoy the charm of African outdoor living without leaving the country!
1:40pm Tuesday 12th June 2012
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There was a time when the only music you’d hear on a family holiday in the UK would be a tribute act playing at the camp site clubhouse. But, child-friendly festivals now mean that places like the Isle of Wight and Dorset as are as much about legendary performers as they are about the beaches and scenery.
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