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Download The New Go Outdoors Camping Cookbook 2018 For Free

Following the huge success of the first 2 camping cookbooks, Go Outdoors have just released their latest cook book packed full of fabulous camping …

Cookbooks

You can buy a reproduction of 'Fearless Girl' for $6,500

Fans of "Fearless Girl" can now buy a 2-foot reproduction.<p>Kristen Visbal, who sculpted the popular statue, is selling about 1,000 of them for $6,500 apiece — in bronze, just like the original near Wall Street. They went on sale Monday, and Visbal says she's already sold more than 40.<p>"I've heard …

Wall Street

This Cat Named Dog Works At The Fish Market And People Love Him

"I would lay down my life for him!!!!!!"

Vietnam

15 Travel-friendly Headphones That Will Make Any Trip More Enjoyable

A good pair of headphones should be at the top of your list of travel essentials.<p>Whether you're hoping to listen to that album you’ve been meaning to …

Consumer Tech

The New Science of Building Great Teams

Artwork: Andy Gilmore, Chromatic, 2010, digital drawing<p>If you were looking for teams to rig for success, a call center would be a good place to start. The skills required for call center work are easy to identify and hire for. The tasks involved are clear-cut and easy to monitor. Just about every …

LA's Finest Korean Barbecue Restaurants, 2018 Edition

Like the smell of charcoal and soju on one’s shirt in the morning, Korean barbecue has stuck around and become an integral part of L.A.'s culinary (and cultural) fabric. Why? There's just something primal about grilled meat, about watching rosy-red slabs of impossibly well-marbled beef hissing atop …

BBQ

Nick Bilton Reveals Twitter’s Dirty Secret

Twitter knew about all its fake followers, and always has—eliminating just enough bots to make it seem like they care, but not enough that it would affect the perceived number of active users on the platform.<p>On Monday, the nationally syndicated film critic <b>Richard Roeper</b> was suspended by the <i>Chicago</i> …

Social Media

Island Holiday Trends: Your 2018 dream escape is waiting

Cape Town - Island life - unhurried, sun-kissed and for the most part languid and decadent. And that's really how it should be. Days spent sunning …

Asia Travel

Tapping into creative Marrakesh, Morocco's design hub

Marrakesh is a city on the edge. Here, Europe, Africa and the Middle East mingle, and past and present are hard to tell apart. This ancient trading hub is a creative sweet spot where ideas thrive and flourish, making it a muse for artists and designers from around the world.<p>October 2017 saw the …

10 of the best attractions in Emilia-Romagna: readers’ travel tips

Fast cars, slow food, hilltop castles and open-air art galleries … Our readers pick their highlights of Emilia-Romagna – classic Italy without the crowds<p>Winning tip: open-air gallery, Dozza<p>On a hilltop between Bologna and Imola is Dozza, a handsome village of classic medieval appearance, with an …

Italy

20 Places All Americans Should See Before You Die

Consider this your checklist for some of America's most epic sites.<p>Look no further than the U.S.A. to scratch your wanderlust itch, whether you crave culture and history, spectacular natural landscapes, or serious adventure. With a range of options from national parks to small towns, consider this …

See the Most Luxurious Medieval Manuscripts in Existence

Feel free to judge these books by their covers.<p>There are treasures to be found inside many medieval manuscripts, from pointing hands to menageries of …

A perfect weekend at Lake Ohrid

Macedonians will proudly reel off to visitors that Ohrid once had 365 churches – one for every day of the year. Yet in truth, the church spires and their bellowing bells are just one facet of this lakeside diamond, which lures city-dwelling locals for summer hijinks and Balkans backpackers gasping …

Travelling on Madagascar's slow train

One could argue that taking 12 to 24 hours to cover the 163km between Madagascar’s highlands and its Indian Ocean coast is a rather slow and inefficient way to travel. It is, but that is the point. Travelling on the Fianarantsoa-Côte Est (FCE) railway isn’t really about getting from A to B – it’s …

10 of the best autumn foodie trips in Europe: readers’ travel tips

Menus are bulging with seasonal produce at this time of year, often amid traditional food festivals. From Andalucía to Tuscany, via the Scottish Highlands, our tipsters forage for treats<p>Winning tip: Ham festival, Andalucía, Spain<p>Every October the town of Aracena, Huelva province, (a 90-minute drive …

Italy

7 tips for staying healthy during what looks to be a horrible flu season

With cold weather comes flu season, and this year isn’t looking too great when it comes to avoiding the sniffles—at least if the US follows in …

Fez's medina gets new riads, restaurants and restored monuments

Fez, Morocco’s cultural and spiritual capital, may have lagged behind Marrakech when it comes to stylish riads and sophisticated restaurants, but a subtle transformation is under way along its medieval alleyways. Ancient buildings are being restored, designers are breathing new life into age-old …

Travel Photography

Croatia’s white wine and white beaches: a vineyard tour of Korčula

The Adriatic island of Korčula is home to a unique wine … perfect for sipping after a day visiting its scenic villages and beaches<p>At 10.30am, I thought it might have been a bit early for a wine tasting. But the eight people sitting in the cool stone tasting room at Bire Winery were already having a …

European Travel

‘Valencia’s cathedral is home to the holy grail’: novelist Jason Webster

<b>Valencia is a jewel that foreigners are only beginning to discover.</b> For years it was Spain’s unloved sister: in 1970, critic Kenneth Tynan dubbed it “the world capital of anti-tourism”. To be in Valencia “is to be permanently 20 minutes this side of suicide”, one visitor told him. All that, …

Wine Cellars

Wales on rails: fine food and great views on the Holyhead to Cardiff

The Gerald of Wales, which runs the length of the country, is a rarity: a train with an onboard chef serving three-course meals and proper morning fry-ups<p>I can smell Gerald long before I can see him. It’s a misty summer morning and there’s an aroma of frying bacon wafting from the onboard kitchen …

Trains

Burgundy canal journeys

Expert guide to Burgundy<p>Two ideal canal boat trips in Burgundy, along the Canal de Bourgogne and Canal du Nivernais, suggested by our expert Giles Milton.<p>Burgundy is bisected by two canals – the Canal de Bourgogne and the Canal du Nivernais. The former provides a north-south access through France …

Modern family: Greece with grown-up kids

The five of us stretched out on yoga mats with our toes pointing towards the sea. Above us the breeze stirred the leaves of the ancient olive trees. “<i>Eímai edó</i>,” intoned Sophie. “In Greek that means, ‘I am here.’” She continued in her gentle voice. “I am here in Paxos. I have arrived. I have moored …

European Travel

The sleepy side of the Italian Riviera

Today’s Ligurian hotspots are the Cinque Terre and swanky Portofino. But head west of Genoa for now-quiet resorts such as Alassio where, a century ago, Brits went to see and be seen<p>As the plane circled over the Ligurian coast towards Genoa, my fellow passengers were getting excited. They all seemed …

Italy

Portugal’s top 10 hidden beaches

Catch some late summer sun on Portugal’s stunning coast. The author of the new Wild Guide to the country, picks 10 beaches for adventure and solitude<p>Beach map<p><b>NEAR PORTO</b><p>1. Praia Forte do Paço<b>,</b> Viana do Castelo<p>In Portugal’s north-western district of Viana do Castelo, an hour north of Porto, wooded …

European Travel

The best walks in northern France: readers' travel tips

Canals, wetlands and amazing coastline in Normandy and Picardy offer great hiking – plus excellent fish cafes and crêperies for refuelling in afterwards<p>Winning tip: <b>the Alabaster coast, Normandy</b><p>The GR21 running 186km from Le Havre to Le Tréport takes in Normandy’s classic coastline, green …

France

Holiday guide to Somme, France: what to see plus the best restaurants, bars and hotels

The area of northern France known for battlefields and memorials also has pretty landscapes, unspoilt beaches and some of the country’s best cuisine – all just a short hop from the UK<p>This bucolic region of northern France is forever associated with memorials of the first world war, but it has a lot …

France

Where to see spectacular autumn colours around the world: our readers’ tips

Winning tip: Ojców national park, Poland<p>They call it the <i>Złota Polska Jesień</i> – the Polish Golden Autumn. It’s when the oaks and sycamores around Krakow do their best New England impression. Just 20 minutes’ drive north of the city is the smallest national park in the country: Ojców. A series of …

Hiking

How to Create a Gallery Wall

Tips for making it look uncluttered and artsy, too<p><i>Each week Mansion Global tackles an interior design topic with an elite group of designers from</i> …

10 of the best restaurants in rural Spain: readers’ travel tips

From the mountains of northern Spain to the beaches of Andalucía and across to the Balearics, our readers have discovered fantastic places to eat<p>Winning tip: El Yantar, Pedraza, Segovia<p>The picturesque medieval village of Pedraza, in Segovia, is 75 miles north of Madrid and popular at weekends with …

Ice Cream