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12 of the Strangest Food Events Around the World-Pt 2

Having delved into the murky world of peculiar food events from across the globe, we found there were more odd eating activities going on than we expected, so we are back with another six very strange food festivals, holidays and events. So, without further ado, here are more of the culinary odditi... Read more

How to drive safely abroad

Even if you're an experienced driver, the thought of hiring a car and driving abroad can be a bit scary. Things change. The side of the road you drive on, how you negotiate roundabouts, and even where you're sat in the car; it's no wonder some people are apprehensive before they set off. However, t... Read more

Travel delays possible as snow, ice and gales hit the UK

The Met Office has warned that the UK could be hit by severe gales on Wednesday and Thursday, which could cause travel delays, cancellations, and potentially power cuts. 'Raw' gale force winds, snow and ice are expected to batter the UK, and it's even been suggested that coastal areas could be affe... Read more

Don't miss out on London's top beer gardens this summer

It's hard enough to find a decent boozer in London, let alone one with a pub garden where you can catch some rays when the sun's out. If you're new to London, or you're about to set off on a city break to the Smoke, you'll need to know where to camp to when you've found your hotel and you're ready ... Read more

What's touring the world with a band like? We talk to ex-Cradle of Filth bass player Dave Pybus

He’s probably best known for his time playing bass in Cradle of Filth, but bass guitarist Dave Pybus has been in several touring bands, including Anathema, and the US band Prong. He started touring around 1995 and came off the road in 2012, after playing well over 1,000 shows abroad. We've always b... Read more

Jonathan and Angela Scott from Big Cat Diary talk big cats, Cecil the lion and the future of conservation

When the news broke that Cecil the lion had been killed by recreational big game hunter Walter Palmer, there was a worldwide outcry. Politicians and celebrities waded into the argument, and Palmer and his wife went into hiding. Talk-show host Jimmy Kimmel helped raise $150,000 in donations in less ... Read more

How to spot an ethical safari company

John Coppinger started up Remote Africa Safaris with his wife Carol in 1995 after working for 12 years in the Luangwa Valley. We spoke to him about working so closely with nature, and how he makes sure his company gives tourists the best possible experience of African wildlife without harming the a... Read more

Top 5 family holiday destinations in Europe this summer

Planning a family summer holiday requires a certain amount of creativity so that it’s fun for the kids, relaxing for you, and affordable. When travelling with young children, you want flights to be relatively short, so if you haven’t planned that much needed getaway during the six week summer stretc... Read more

The Ultimate List of Cruise Holidays

Cruise holidays have evolved. The landscape of uninterested couples sipping martinis has slid off the dance floor and into folklore. Those of us who are cruise virgins can now be incentivised not only by the fact that you pay up-front (and therefore stick to a budget) but that you can experience eve... Read more

Five things you’ve always wanted to know about America – but were too afraid to ask

It’s easy to remember we’re in a position of power when we spot gaps in Americans’ knowledge of the UK. “Oh, how droll,” we chuckle, when news reports refer to ‘London, England’. We cast pitying glances when we spot them struggling with negotiating their way around Heathrow. We watch films like Ind... Read more

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