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Describe Fiji? Well, for once, the Brochure doesn’t lie!

In Travel Inspiration by Adam Jacot de Boinod

How reassuring that for once the brochure doesn’t lie! Nor do the images need airbrushing.  I was being granted a …

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Fez Pulsates to a Timeless Rhythm

In Travel Inspiration by Ramy Salameh

Fez, the fabled city of the Maghreb and its ancient landmarks, was the perfect stage for ‘The World Sacred Music …

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Colombia: Nature’s Finest

In Travel Inspiration by Adam Jacot de Boinod

Dispel any fear you might have. Colombia is totally safe. Pablo Escobar is long gone. FARC is in peace talks. …

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48 Hours in Tokyo (Part 1)

In Travel Inspiration by Sami Hamdi

The colours, the huge numbers of people, the sunshine, the authentic buildings all around you…This place may be popular with the tourists. But it looks Japanese, feels Japanese, smells Japanese and tastes Japanese.

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In the midst of the hills there is a Gem: Sarajevo

In Travel Inspiration by Sami Hamdi

‘Why on earth are you going there? The country has just come out of war!’. That was the reaction when …

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Interview with Nadler Hotels: Luxury with that authentic community feel

In Travel Inspiration by Ariz Baig

Tell us a bit about Nadler Hotels Nadler Hotels is actually 10 years old, although the ‘Hotels’ part came about …

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Moncef Battikh talks Tunisia

In Travel Inspiration by Interview

Tunisia is arguably the Jewel of the Mediterranean. With its sandy beaches, and a land that boasts all the colours …

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Marrakech: Maison de la Photographie

In Travel Inspiration by Ramy Salameh

La Maison de la Photographie Standing on the roof terrace of ‘La Maison de la Photographie’ and looking out toward …

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Milan Expo 2015 helping to ‘Feed the planet’

In Travel Inspiration by Ramy Salameh

Milan expo 2015 discusses a theme that affects the whole planet; the expo park is heading towards their target of …

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An Austrian remedy

In Travel Inspiration by Ramy Salameh

It was as long as 500 years ago that the famous Austrian Doctor Paracelsus expressed the view that ‘each country …