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Panama: a hot holiday destination?

Chickens and scruffy children on bikes cross our path as we stroll along a sandy road past candy-coloured buildings beside a turquoise Caribbean sea. "Hey my friend!" Jim, our guide, stops to slap a Rasta man on the back. "How you been?...

Guardian, today, 15:27
 
A slice of pizza nostalgia in São Paulo, Brazil

A slice of pizza nostalgia in São Paulo, Brazil

To eat at Cantina Castelões is to visit a São Paulo that otherwise now lives only in black-and-white photos: a time when warehouses sat alongside homes, and horses and trams ruled the streets. This was a city where every corner hid gastronomic...

Guardian, today, 15:27
 
Colombia’s rainbow river benefits from peace deal

Colombia’s rainbow river benefits from peace deal

The first thing I felt when I saw the river running red was relief. The colour was more raspberry sorbet than blood red, flowing invitingly beneath soaring, skinny palm trees. Until this point, I had been slightly worried that Caño Cristales,...

Guardian, today, 06:27
 

Top 10 live music venues in San Antonio, Texas

Club Rio For those Latin rockers (or what's known in the US as "rock en español"), salseros and Latin pop fans, Club Rio is the place to be. The only venue in town to regularly feature major Latin rock and pop-rock acts (Julieta Venegas,...

Guardian, today, 03:22
 

An Inspector Calls... Number Thirty Eight Clifton in Bristol is an exemplary B&B that ticks all the boxes

Restaurants with rooms are still on the menu, but how about rooms with no restaurant? Here’s a fine example — an upscale B&B that operates like a hotel but, apart from a sumptuous breakfast, requires you to leave the premises if you want food....

Daily Mail, yesterday, 11:20
 

The day we found our freedom in Sweden: Enjoying a family road trip to remember by motorhome

The ‘motorhome wave’ — a rather discreet, three-finger, Masonic-like salute to fellow motorhome drivers (and there are an awful lot of them in Sweden) — comes naturally. But it takes us a full day to master everything else about our luxurious new...

Daily Mail, yesterday, 11:20
 
‘Don’t drink, undress or defecate in public’ – how Magaluf is trying to tame its British tourists

‘Don’t drink, undress or defecate in public’ – how Magaluf is trying to tame its British tourists

Summertime, and the livin’ is easy … unless you live in one of Europe’s party towns, when it is a daily battle against the excesses of British holidaymakers on a mission to get trashed. Magaluf has marked the start of the holiday season by putting up...

Guardian, Friday, 19:40
 

Airline passengers set for travel chaos this weekend as EasyJet and Ryanair cancel more than 300 flights...

Ryanair and EasyJet have been forced to cancel hundreds of flights this weekend due to yet another wave of French air strikes. Air traffic controllers have announced industrial action at Marseille Airport on Saturday and Sunday. As a result, EasyJet...

Daily Mail, Friday, 16:57
 

Watch out, smugglers! Super cute Labrador puppies join Chinese customs team as sniffer dogs

These cuddly and furry puppies might soon become the secret weapon of the customs officers in China. Seventeen Labrador retrievers - all less than two months old - are the latest recruits of the anti-smuggling unit at Beijing Customs. These pooches...

Daily Mail, Friday, 15:52
 

Revealed: Holidaymakers driving in Europe face highest petrol prices in 10 YEARS with unleaded up 16p per...

Holidaymakers planning driving holidays in Europe will face the highest petrol prices in over a decade, a new report has found. Pump prices have recently been showing their sharpest monthly rises in 10 years in the UK. And the study found that...

Daily Mail, Friday, 15:52
 

Inside the quaint English seaside hotel where Enid Blyton found inspiration for her Famous Five series of...

Complete with homely interiors and sweeping seaside views, this is the quaint hotel which is said to have inspired Enid Blyton's classic Famous Five children's novels. Picturesque Knoll House Hotel in Studland, Dorset, passed to new owners last year...

Daily Mail, Friday, 15:39
 

A blade above the rest! The 252-foot superyacht that comes with TWO helicopters as owner combines 'outdoor...

Taking the world of adventure yachting to new heights, one expedition vessel comes complete with two Airbus helicopters.  The 252-foot SeaXplorer 77, from Dutch ship builders Damen, has been commissioned by an unnamed client who has a passion for the...

Daily Mail, Friday, 13:30
 

Delta bans 'pit bull' support dogs from its flights after employees and even passengers suffer bites

Delta Air Lines has announced it is banning pit bull service and support dogs from its flights after staff and even other passengers have suffered bites. The Atlanta-based carrier said it is updating its policy on animals in the cabin, and is limiting...

Daily Mail, Friday, 13:30
 

Landlord's stinging riposte at TripAdvisor reviewer who left one-star rating because all his punters were...

A perplexed landlord hit back at a TripAdvisor reviewer who complained customers were speaking Welsh in his Bangor pub. Reviewer Jon G left the scathing one-star review for The George pub (also known as Y Sior) in Bethesda, Bangor, on the travel site...

Daily Mail, Friday, 13:30
 

Luxury hotel advertises for an 'Instagram concierge' to help tech-savvy guests take flattering photos to...

Eager to please its tech-savvy guests, one luxury hotel in America is on the hunt for an 'Instagram concierge'. Fairmont Scottsdale Princess in Arizona says that the job applicant must be 'comfortable working with various phone types' and 'courteous...

Daily Mail, Friday, 11:36
 
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