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Guide to Patagonia: what to do, how to do it, and where to stay

Forty years ago this month, Bruce Chatwin visited Patagonia and his subsequent book lit a beacon for the remote region in many travellers’ minds. Chris Moss picks the highlights among its peaks, glaciers and lakes<p>For my first forays into Patagonia, in the 1990s, I left behind my guidebooks and …

Dry, Red Or Ageing Skin? Try Eating Your Problems Away…

Target your body hang-ups with the right food plan to suit you (and only you).<p>When it comes to healthy eating, we are bombarded with new tips and …

Skin Care

11 Best Hangover Foods

Don’t let a night out on the town lead to a bad (or missed) day on the bike. Here are 11 easy ways to cure—or even prevent—a hangover.<p>Holiday season means family, friends, parties, and drinks. All of which can lead to uncomfortable mornings spent hiding in dark rooms eating greasy food and …

Alcohol

It’s roasted veg, but not as we know it

Roasted vegetables can be deeply satisfying, and so much more than bog-standard student nosh. Find our revelatory tips here...<p>If you type “roast vegetables” into Google Images, you will see hundreds of amazingly similar photographs of the same dish: peppers, carrots, onions and whatever else the …

Top 10 outdoor spaces in Singapore

Away from the bustle of the city there are tranquil parks, historic sites and lookout towers to explore. Azyure Hikari, co-founder of Urban Explorers of Singapore, gives his recommendations on where to visit<p>Kranji Beach battle site<p>There are many interesting war stories involving the Japanese …

Ice Cream

Office space: What does the ideal workplace look like?

<b>Cubicles are isolating and soul-sucking. Open offices are noisy and distracting. Alex Bozikovic reports on a trend that both extroverts and introverts can get behind</b><p>(Jasper Sanidad)<p>Robert Probst never meant to invent the cubicle. It was the 1960s and a growing class of North Americans were being …

OpenOffice