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12 Utterly Quaint Places You Must Visit In Southern England

England is an incredibly beautiful country… although we’ve got some pretty incredible cities (here’s looking at you, London) there are a whole heap …

Ten great literary journeys | Travel Feature

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Majestic Canada, coast to coast

Meandering train journeys through jaw-dropping scenery are still one of the most immersive ways to explore the world’s second-largest country.<p>When Canada’s inaugural transcontinental train trundled from Montreal into British Columbia’s Port Moody in 1886, it practically and symbolically linked the …

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Seven cruise journeys that evoke a lost era

Giant floating cities complete with endless buffets, kids clubs and climbing walls? Who needs them? Take to the water in style in homage to a bygone era.<p><b>Glide down the Nile on a Belle Époque steamer</b><p>Forget about crowded bus tours, the best way to see Egypt’s archaeological treasures is by boat – …

Experience Travel

Discovering The Lost Island Of Molokai

One hundred and six miles of coastline. Eight thousand residents. No stoplights.<p>Molokai is the least developed of the paradisical Hawaiian Islands …

A Guide To Hiking The Scottish Highlands

By Charli MooreShrouded in historical beauty, the magnificent <i>Scottish Highlands have been inspiring romantic writers and artists for centuries</i> and …

Minnesota: Canoe the Boundary Waters

<b>What Is It?</b> Create the experience of a lifetime by immersing yourself in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCAW), one of the last truly untouched places on the planet. With approximately 1,500 miles (2,414 kilometers) of canoe routes and 2,000 secluded campsites, there are countless …

Driving Australia's Great Ocean Road

On this early February dawn, glassy Elizabeth Lake reflects primordial gums and giant ferns, and among the many birds flitting about is what appears to be a laughing kookaburra. But I’m here at this tiny lake deep in the Otway Ranges, near Australia’s fantastic Great Ocean Road, in search of the …

Narbonne: On France's secret riviera

Photograph: Alamy<p>A seafood lunch in Gruissan. Photograph: Alamy<p>276<p>http://static.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/pictures/2014/8/7/1407414623611/68619eae-1320-4b34-b345-fb52da836688-460x276.jpeg<p>460<p>Photograph: Alamy<p>A seafood lunch in Gruissan. Photograph: …

Maine Road Trip

It was after midnight when our borrowed, battered green Volvo rumbled over the Piscataqua River Bridge. ‘State Line. Maine. Vacationland…’ read the …