Bryony Langford

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Rent The Ultimate ‘RV’ for Your Patagonia Road Trip

<b>You know you want to go to Patagonia.</b> You know you want to drive across the wind-swept pampas. You know you want to be independent. And you know you …

Driving California's Sierra Nevada

Drive up into the lofty Sierra Nevada, which conservationist John Muir called ‘The Range of Light.’ Here you can witness earth-shaking waterfalls, hug towering trees, clamber up granite domes and camp out in high-country meadows where wildflowers bloom.<p>This article is an excerpt from the thorough …

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Hannah Kent on north Iceland

The author on the dramatic Icelandic landscape that inspired her novel, Burial Rites, and which continues to fire her imagination<p><b>The first word that comes to mind</b> when I think about Iceland is beauty. It has a strange but hospitable beauty, the kind that haunts you. Landscape and the natural world …

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Top 10 hotels, hostels and pensiones in San Sebastián, Spain

San Sebastián, on Spain’s Basque Country coast, is attracting a younger crowd just as interested in surfing the waves as browsing its pintxo bars. Here’s our pick of its best new affordable places to stay<p>Hotel Astoria 7<p>Walk into the lobby of this sleek, modern hotel, 10 minutes’ walk from San …

Top five nerve-shredding road trips in Costa Rica

Renting a car in Costa Rica is costly and can even be dangerous if you're not prepared for what's to come. It’s also ridiculously good fun. Some of the most interesting, little-explored destinations are only accessible by car, and for the adventurous traveler, there’s simply no substitute for the …

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Fire and ice: adventures in Iceland

You could be forgiven for mistaking Iceland's scenery for a sci-fi movie set. Boiling water blasts out of geysers, and cracks in the earth belch steam. Arid plains and mustard-coloured rocks stretch endlessly into the distance. Volcanoes lurk menacingly under a covering of snow.<p>Iceland is …

California's best coastal walks

From its wild and rocky coast in the north to the south coast’s vast, sandy shores, the California coastline lures many to walk along the edge of the continent to gaze at the ocean. Sweeping coastal views are blocked in many cities, but wide-open hiking spaces abound nearby where anyone willing to …

Mother City markets: where to shop 'til you drop in Cape Town

The fervour for markets in South Africa's Cape Town has a long history, but the city's market scene has experienced a renaissance in recent years, with artisan foods, craft beers and designer goods drawing crowds across the 'Mother City'.<p>In the late 18th century in cobbled Greenmarket Square, the …

Rail fares to increase by average of 1.1% in 2016

Train fares will rise by an average of 1.1% next year, rail industry body the Rail Delivery Group (RDG) has announced.The RDG said it is the smallest …

Five travel photography essentials that won't weigh you down

Some of your best travel pictures will be off the cuff, spontaneous affairs, but taking a few basic pieces of kit – like a tripod, zoom lens, polariser and GorillaPod grip – can ensure you’re ready to make the most of a golden opportunity. Here’s a round-up of the best photography kit to sling in …