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Is there a law which says if we want to be considered discerning travellers we should only eat what is considered ‘local food’ whenever we visit a destination?

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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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Global insurance company Allianz have just run an initiative in Spain to find out what people consider to be the seven wonders of the country’s gastronomy.

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Before Columbus stocked the Santa Maria with supplies from the neighbouring island of La Gomera and set sail on his atlas-changing voyage, the wild and remote Canary Island of El Hierro was the very edge of the Ancient World…

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The adults-only, Hotel Bohemia Suites & Spa is dedicated to pleasure. Everything about the hotel’s design appeals to the senses; from its funky, retro-chic rooms with their open plan space, their leather sofas and warm, earthy colours to its gourmet 360º Restaurant…

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Crazy Canaries Cafés

On February 6, 2015 By

From chicken cooked in a crater to lunch in a lighthouse, when it comes to crazy places to put a café, the Canary Islands take the biscuit…

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My iPhone battery is down to 10% and without it I have no GPS, no compass, no phone and no clock. I’m all alone, on the top of Serra Cavallera in the Catalan Pyrenees and I am hopelessly and utterly lost…

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Our Ten Favourite Hikes from 2014

On December 18, 2014 By

It’s been a year of outstanding meals thankfully the effects of which have been countered by some equally outstanding hikes, many of which have taken our breaths away…

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