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Five Favourite Tales From Ghana

Five Favourite Tales From Ghana

  by Christopher Osbourne

Ghana is steeped with a rich cultural heritage. Known mainly for its historical castles, ports and harbours, the Gold Coast has also produced some of the world’s best literary talent. Check out our five favourite tales from Ghana.

Tags: travel, Africa, books, family, Five Favourite Tales, Ghana, holiday essentials, Love, reading
Hot Hotel Openings in January 2015

Hot Hotel Openings in January 2015

  by Chelsea Carter

Get the New Year off to the right start with our pick of the hottest hotel openings in January 2015.

Tags: travel, 2015, China, hotel openings, Hotels, January, jet-set, Jing Hong City, La Reserve, London, New York, Paris, Sheraton, Stockholm, the Baccarat, Urban Villa
Five Favourite Tales From Amsterdam

Five Favourite Tales From Amsterdam

  by Francesca Eades

Five stories set in the enticing and beautiful city of Amsterdam. From gripping thrillers to heart-wrenching sob stories, we've picked out five eclectic novels from the city that's shrouded in mystery, glamour and intrigue.

Tags: travel, Amsterdam, Five Favourite Tales, history, holiday essentials, Love, novel, reading, Thriller
The Holiday Edit: Prague

The Holiday Edit: Prague

  by Amy Buckle

Words by Harriet Blake Rich in history and culture as well as boasting a fantastic night-life, Prague really does have it all. Whether you're planning a weekend away or a week-long excursion, this is the city that ticks all boxes. A [...]

Tags: travel, City Break, Czech Republic, holiday, Holiday Edit, Prague
Cardiff Castle

Cardiff Castle

  from Rhyme & Ribbons

Rhyme and Ribbons takes us on a tour of the Welsh capital's infamous castle.

Tags: travel, Cardiff, Rhyme and Ribbons, UK Bloggers, Wales
Skating & Fondue at Somerset House

Skating & Fondue at Somerset House

  from Tess Ward

Tess Ward get's her skates on at Somerset House, stopping for some mouthwateringly good fondue on the way.

Tags: travel, Christmas, Fondue, food, ice skating, somerset house, Tess Ward