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The small print

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As for reading the small print, who really wades through all of that dry text?

Five years of trials


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For those of us who can remember before liquids were a problem in hand luggage a return to those days will be bliss.

Do you feel embarrassed?


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It is claimed that many of us are self-conscious about being British.

Tourism in a trade war


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The Chinese government issued what seems to be the equivalent of a trade advisory to its citizens warning them against travelling to the USA warning them of robberies, violence, shootings and harassment.

Flight delay mythology


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I would be much more interested in knowing what time planes from Stansted arrived at their destinations and how punctual they were.

‘You have Spain in common’


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a beach in the Canary islands

Spain is trying to encourage Britons to continue to travel to the country in the run up to Brexit and thereafter.

Cruising to Cuba


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cruise ship Adonia docking in Cuba

A number of Britons will be amongst the 800,000 people that have booked cruises out USA ports which were scheduled to dock in Cuba.

Visit the USA and reveal passwords


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New rules have been implemented and from now on when you apply you will need to reveal more about yourself. Unless you are from 1 of 40 countries.

Vineyards of the Surrey Hills


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The vineyards have announced the special launch weekend to celebrate the formation of a new English wine region – ‘Vineyards of the Surrey Hills’.

What if?


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Titanic Belfast - biggest tourist attraction in Belfast

The next target for the tourist authority must surely be to attract more tourists from places other than the province.

Re-opening Sri Lanka


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The lifting of the ban on travelling to Sri Lanka has come within months of the terrorist incident.

Algarve success


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The Algarve in Portugal has over 100 beaches, 88 of which are Blue Flag beaches and the coastline stretches across 200 kilometres.

Tourism in a nuclear power plant


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Would a series about a nuclear disaster encourage you to visit a nuclear power plant. The Lithuanians think it will.

The 180 degree turn


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Frankly both politicians and airports in Great Britain are happy with this heightened emphasis on climate change.

Good value in Spain?


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The latest research from Post Office Money suggests that the vast majority of us are still planning to travel abroad despite Brexit

Volunteer’s Week


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Tourism wouldn’t exist in such a big way without volunteers. Our heritage sites be they buildings, railways or the landscape rely on volunteers

Holidaying with kids


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holidays may, just may, get cheaper if APD is removed from under 12's

What I find surprising is that with children and teenagers being at the most difficult from about 12-17, any parent wants to travel with them at all.