Karl Hughes

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Top 10 Wash Bag Travel Essentials for Men - Men's Grooming

Fitting quality men’s grooming products in a frequent traveller, gym enthusiast or sportsman’s luggage can require too much space. Subsequently, many …

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Denise Brosseau: How to Become a Thought Leader

How to Let Go of a Grudge

Think about the last time someone really did you wrong. Maybe a family member forgot your birthday, or your boss passed you up for a promotion. Now, take a moment to notice what you’re feeling. Does thinking about the event make your heart beat faster or your breathing become shallow? Does it leave …

Off-the-beaten track Croatia

<b>The Marsh family, Nottingham, writes</b><p>We – fiftysomething parents, a 21-year-old daughter and 19-year-old son – are travelling to Zadar, Croatia, for a week in August. We would like to experience “local” Croatia, use the ferries to access the islands to stay, swim and relax, and to do some walking. …

Santa Cruz: gateway to an alternative Bolivia | Travel Feature

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The Gardens of Marrakech – in pictures

http://www.theguardian.com/travel/gallery/2013/apr/24/gardens-of-marrakech-morocco-in-pictures<p>720<p>Marrakech is famed for its pink-hued historic …

Visting Pompeii and Herculaneum

<b>P J Hereford, Herefordshire, writes</b><br>I have been reading Mary Beard’s excellent piece in The Daily Telegraph about Pompeii and Herculaneum and have decided to take our daughter for a trip both to mark her 30th birthday and her safe return from a second tour of duty as an intensive care nurse at Camp …

Discover Chile

Chile has always been a firm favourite with <i>Wanderlust</i> readers. With extraordinary landscapes and a range of experiences to suit every taste, it …

The world's most unusual beaches

Candy sands, disappearing waves, transformed trolls - if life's a beach, these are its strangest days. These 10 beaches from Lonely Planet's <i>1000 Ultimate Sights</i> might not all be swimmable, but they are all extraordinary.<p>1. Bowling Ball Beach, California<p>Compared to green sand or vanishing tides, …

Worst Tourist Traps: 10 Of The World's Most Stressful Destinations (And How To Avoid Them)

The Tower of London. Times Square. The Taj Mahal. Between crowds, queues and inflated admission costs, hitting the world's biggest "can't-miss" sights can easily become the most stressful part of any vacation. The actual experience of these attractions rarely lives up to the hype (it's hard to …

Learning to freedive in Indonesia

Freediving. It's easy to understand its appeal. Keen to experience the deep ocean without the cumbersome steel tank and tangle of tubes myself, I decided to give it a whirl on a trip to Indonesia's Gili Islands.<p>Freediving is an athletic sport, requiring a certain standard of fitness so you can swim …

The ultimate armchair traveller

Hoi An: The best city on earth

You voted Vietnam’s Hoi An as your favourite city in the Wanderlust Reader Travel Awards 2016, so we thought we'd see what all the fuss is about...<p>Mr …

Fast Facts About Red Square

TravelTraveler Magazine<p>Moscow’s Red Square (Krasnaya Ploshchad) is known for its political symbolism, but was actually named for its loveliness: <i>Krasnaya,</i> or “red,” meant “beautiful” in old Russian.<p>The plaza has drawn crowds since it was a 1400s shantytown. Russians know the square as the front yard …

Ten top volunteer holidays | Travel Feature

Volunteer in the Pantanal, Brazil<p>Cattle-ranching used to be the main threat to the biodiversity of Brazil’s Pantanal, the world’s largest freshwater …

Climbing Everest: The First-Timer’s (Easy) Guide

A guilty secret shared among many of those who have trekked to the base camp of Mt. Everest is that it’s a comfortable and enjoyable excursion …

Ten beach-free things to do in Rio de Janeiro

One of the world’s most captivating cities, Rio de Janeiro has indisputably beautiful beaches and fantastic nightlife. But after taking in the comely sands of Ipanema, ticking off key attractions like Sugar Loaf and Christ the Redeemer and dancing the night away in Lapa, what else does Rio have to …

Explore secret islands, encounter rare wildlife, and eat and drink to your heart's content – Greece is the perfect European year-round destination …

Taiwan: Isle of the unexpected

I was on a tiny motor scooter wearing shorts, a T-shirt and a cycling cape as flimsy as a plastic bag when Typhoon Nalgae swept into eastern Taiwan. …

Travels to Hell: inside Indonesia's Ijen volcano

Nobody in Europe had heard of the Ijen volcanic crater during the European Middle Ages, when painters were busy decorating churches and chapels with paintings depicting the gates of Hell. If they had, those artists would have needed no further inspiration: here is a real life Hell and it smells of …

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Greenland: Village at the End of the World – exclusive clip

The documentary Village at the End of the World tells the story of the remote Inuit settlement of Niaqornat in north-west Greenland, charting the …

Big trip: health Q&A

<b>Q. Does the immunity duration of a vaccine run out on a set date or do you have a few extra weeks/months protection afterwards, before the vaccine</b> …

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The best food in the world – and where to eat it | Travel Feature

Grab the quintessential snack in New York<p>No snack is more symbolic of New York than a bagel with cream cheese, piled high with lox (smoked salmon), a …

How to stay in an igloo (and live to tell about it)

'They give me a piece of insulation so me feet don't freeze to the floor,' the bartender tells me cheerfully at the Iglu Village in Kühtai, Austria, roughly a 40-minute drive west of Innsbruck. It's cold in the Tyrolean Alps. Very cold. And after a long day of pushing powder around the slopes, …

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4 Ways to Save Money Now So You Can Travel Later — Vagabondish

This post may contain affiliate links. Read our disclosure.<p>So you’ve been drooling over cheap flight websites or daydreaming about Greek island …