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The action-packed cruises to suit all types 

By Caroline Hendrie For The Mail On Sunday Published: 11:32 EDT, 13 September 2017 | Updated: 12:56 EDT, 13 September 2017 From endless sunshine to frozen grandeur, there is an ocean cruise to suit every interest. Here’s our pick of what to book now. Europe explorer  Make a special pizza in Naples, where you can […]


Dream Thomas Cook family holiday turns into a nightmare

Annette Musgrove booked a family holiday to Disneyland Paris via Thomas Cook She claims she was forced to pay £2.5k after the booking agent made an error On the return journey the family were split up and put on different flights  By Sadie Whitelocks for MailOnline Published: 04:20 EDT, 13 September 2017 | Updated: 07:48 […]


Scottish Nature Photography Festival's stunning UK images

The stunning images of the UK were all contenders in this year’s Scottish Nature Photography Festival contest Richard Whitson, from Glasgow, came joint first place in the annual competition with his photo of a stonechat Other shortlisted entries included an image of a female roe deer roaming a field in Northumberland at dawn By Sadie […]


The world's most extreme golf courses

The Drambuie World Ice Golf Championship in Greenland features freezing temperatures Par 3 is a tiny green accessible only by helicopter overlooking the city of Queenstown, New Zealand The Kabul Golf Club describes itself as the ‘best and only’ golf course in Afghanistan By Sadie Whitelocks for MailOnline Published: 10:45 EDT, 13 September 2017 | […]


Northampton man says he's world's unluckiest traveller 

Jack Page, 29, has spent the last decade hitting exotic spots all over the world He says that bad luck appears to follow him everywhere he goes The avid adventurer had near-death experiences in Nepal and Myanmar   By Sadie Whitelocks for MailOnline Published: 06:44 EDT, 13 September 2017 | Updated: 06:52 EDT, 13 September […]


The Eagle & Child in Ramsbottom is named pub of the year

The Eagle & Child in Ramsbottom, Lancashire named pub of the year Pub gives opportunities to help young offenders and disabled youngsters  Licensee Glen Duckett said he was ‘elated by what we have done’  By Martha Alexander For Mailonline Published: 06:55 EDT, 12 September 2017 | Updated: 07:03 EDT, 12 September 2017 A pub with […]


The bicycle made out of Glenmorangie WHISKY casks

Glenmorangie has collaborated with Portland-based bicycle company, Renovo Oak from its whisky barrels has been used to make two-wheelers Each bike took around 20 hours to make from the liquor-infused oak By Sadie Whitelocks for MailOnline Published: 11:06 EDT, 12 September 2017 | Updated: 11:41 EDT, 12 September 2017 Now scotch lovers can wheel their […]


Why Canada's Ontario is the hot new holiday destination

Sponsored by Destination Canada By Kitty Meadows For Mailonline Published: 07:12 EDT, 12 September 2017 | Updated: 07:41 EDT, 12 September 2017 Think you know Ontario, Canada? Think again.  Sure, it’s got those big ticket tourist attractions such as Toronto’s CN Tower and the jaw-clanging majesty of Niagara Falls, plus that classic Canadian wilderness of […]


Marine-turned-model hits the road in an old VW van

Will Gregor served as a Royal Marines Commando but quit to travel and study He bought VW van for £1,800 and renovated it with help from his girlfriend’s dad Life in the army – and a bilingual upbringing – sparked his interest in travel  By Martha Alexander For Mailonline Published: 07:49 EDT, 12 September 2017 […]


Snorkel around Lizard Island National Geographic

Lizard Island is a national park off the Great Barrier Reef with 24 sugar sand beaches – there is just one resort One of the best times to visit the Taj Mahal in India is in the autumn, during cooler weather There are many festivals in Bhutan during autumn, with Thimphu Tshechu attracting more than […]

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