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We’ve stayed in all of the ones in Canary Island Paradors and each has thrown up a variety of experiences that weren’t always consistent with the others.

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Whenever we travel anywhere I always have a tick list of the local dishes I want to get my teeth into. Within a few hours of strolling the hot, busy and gritty but artistic streets of Chile’s capital, Santiago, we’d notched up four Chilean culinary classics on my list.

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All the Canary Islands are different in many ways. The differences may be big, such as diverse epic scenery, and they may be small, items on local menus or aspects of traditional architecture…

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10 Scenes of Corsica

On July 4, 2016 By

Our briefing painted an intriguing picture of a rough diamond of an island populated by fiercely proud people who had their own code of conduct. A couple of friends who’d been to Corsica declared it one of the best places they’d ever visited.

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It feels as though the gastronomic scene on La Palma has positively blossomed. We’ve visited La Isla Bonita three times this year…

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This is for other newbies, a beginner’s guide to eating your way through a common Austrian menu without choking on the käsespätsle in the process.

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The famous dish of Cape Verde, cachupa is basically a tasty stew of vegetables, beans and chunks of meat flavoured by herbs and spices…

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The Italian Lakes had existed as a romanticised location in our imaginations for many, many years. A destination that had been elevated to such a lofty position…

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