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  • 18 March

    Posted: 3/5/2019 | March 5th, 2019 With less than four months to go, I wanted to give you another update on our upcoming travel industry conference, TravelCon. With that in mind, let me tell you about some recent updates: First, we finalized our speaker list (I mean I may add a few more in but […]

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  • 18 March

    As a child growing up in Devon, I was spoilt for choice with such spectacular beauty on my doorstep! Lazy summer days were spent building sandcastles and splashing in the sea and what better way to finish off the day than by sitting wrapped up in a towel, sand between my toes, watching the tide […]

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  • 18 March

    Imagine you’re in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil’s buzzing second largest city. The streets are alive with the sounds of samba, the smells of caiprinhas and barbequed meat. Everywhere you look you see vibrant colours, feathers and quite a few sequins. It can only be the Rio Carnival, the world’s most famous celebration that attracts around […]

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  • 18 March

    The recently opened island resort Awei Pila, located in Myanmar’s Mergui Archipelago, has debuted its own scuba program. The Awei Pila Dive Center will provide scuba certification courses, as well as dive excursions to any of 12 different dive sites found near the resort. The center will offer all levels of PADI diving courses, which […]

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  • 18 March

    We’re 40 this year, believe it or not (we use good anti-wrinkle cream) and to celebrate we’ve combed through all our hostel deals across Europe to piece together a list of cities that you can stay in for two nights for less than €40! We said it once (well, much more than once) and we’ll […]

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  • 18 March

    We’ve been counting down the days and at long last, it’s here. Six Senses Krabey Island has officially opened in Cambodia, and what a debut it is. A 30-acre private island with 40 pool villas for the taking… Enticements to anticipate include the comprehensive Six Senses Spa inspired by the sacred Khmer Kbal Spean River, […]

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  • 17 March

    Posted: 3/12/2019 | March 12th, 2019 During the narco heydays, Cartagena was considered the only “safe” spot in Colombia for tourists. It was where foreigners vacationed, cruise ships docked, and rich Colombians built their vacation homes. Today, this colorful colonial city remains one of the most popular destinations for tourists and Colombians alike. Rich Colombians […]

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  • 17 March

    For generations, watches have been classic style pieces, that add an extra touch of sophistication to any outfit. A luxury watch is an expression of elegance and class, and they make wonderful assets to pass down to future generations. In this article, we investigate the best and safest way to buy a cheap Rolex watch. […]

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  • 17 March

    Ever since 1911, the world has celebrated International Women’s Day on the 8th March. It may be 2019 (and we can celebrate women all day every day, k?) but we’re not going to pass up an opportunity to talk about how amazing they are. In the spirit of IWD, we asked female employees across STA […]

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  • 17 March

    Just before the opening of the Belmond Cadogan Hotel at the end of February, Luxury Travel Advisor had tea and a private tour of the new 54-room property with general manager Klaus Kabelitz. After a $48 million renovation, the hotel is looking splendid with its facade from 1887 painstakingly restored along with some original interior design details—stone […]

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