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123 travel features tagged “Holidays”

Gift guide 2011: Asia

Seven ideas for travellers seeking mind-body balance, including a post-flight rejuvenation treatment and a carry-on friendly yoga mat.
02 December 2011


Gift guide 2011: Clothing and accessories

Seven ideas for fashionistas who like to travel in style, including a long-sleeve wetsuit jacket and classic South American beachwear
02 December 2011


Gift guide 2011: Africa

Seven ideas for travellers who dream of safaris, from the story of Africa’s first female bush pilot to seeing the savannah by hot-air balloon.
02 December 2011


The Passport blog

English country houses to visit this Christmas

‘Tis the season to wrap up warm and celebrate the festive season through the ages.
Read more… 02 December 2011


Shooting a Thanksgiving dinner

Hunting wild turkey, the traditional main course of the US holiday meal, is an adrenaline rush and a learning exercise in food consumption.
Read more… 24 November 2011


Worldwide Weird

A bird made entirely of bread

Instead of serving the usual US holiday poultry feast, a neighbourhood bakery in Albuquerque, New Mexico sells life-sized, oven-roasted turkey loaves.
Read more… 22 November 2011


The Passport blog

The pain points of holiday travel

As travellers converge on airports around the world, a few simple steps will help you navigate the impending mishaps and turn holiday crowds into holiday cheer.
Read more… 21 November 2011


Beyond the Headlines

Halloween’s past and present

The night’s ties with the supernatural, mischief and fright hold strong, in celebrations all over the world.
Read more… 28 October 2011


Worldwide Weird

Halloween to the extreme

From shooting out zombies to smashing pumpkins with construction equipment, there is no shortage of weird events to help ring in all Hallows Eve.
Read more… 25 October 2011


Oktoberfest: Then and now

Oktoberfest has evolved from a horse race that celebrated a royal marriage to a 16-day beer-soaked celebration attended by six million people. But times have not changed all that much.
16 September 2011


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