Photographer Peter Williams celebrates the peculiar eccentricities and quintessential charms – from helter-skelters to lighthouses, pirates, palmists and Punch and Judy – of this cherished and rapidly changing English landscape
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Xian – the former capital of the Tang Dynasty and the starting point of the Silk Road – should feature high on every traveller’s China itinerary. Here we let you in on five things to see and do in this essential destination – those that get stuck at home in front of their computer, only have themselves to blame…
Last week, ATOC (Association of Train Operating Companies) announced that there had been a surge in people using rural lines. On the railways overall last year, the growth was 6.9%. How, then, do you marry this with the results of a survey that seems to show that extortionate rail fares (their words, not mine) are deterring people from taking short breaks in the UK?
Air pressure, fluctuating temperatures and jet lag can all take their toll and leave us feeling lethargic and groggy rather than ready for the holiday of a lifetime. Here, Anna Carey, takes a look at the top complaints often suffered by travellers and the ways in which these can be alleviated
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