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Dylan and Baez danced to it barefoot, whilst Greek teens prefer it to pop: born in the Byzantine era, a burgeoning generation of lyra and lute players are  putting a new spin on Cretan folk music and packing in the younger punters...EDITORS LOOKING FOR THIS OR SIMILAR STORIES? CLICK ON THIS LINK TO READ A NEW INTERACTIVE SUMMARY

 
 
A pale morning light shone off the cobbled
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, like the sparks of spur on stone,when I arrived in the charming town of Pevensey, WHERE the Norman Army embarked...CLICK ON THIS LINK TO READ MY ARTICLE FOR BRITAIN MAGAZINE
 
 
Funky, fun, sometimes overwhelming, but always fascinating, Delhi is a city with a split personality. Old Delhi was once India’s Islamic capital and the old town’s labyrinth of mediaeval alleys are clogged...
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My grandfather, who was one of King George the V’s butlers, used to tell me about all the British castles he’d stayed in as he followed the king in his duties. 

He told me of huge canopied beds at Thornbury and terrifying dungeons at Warwick.. CLICK ON THIS LINK TO READ MORE OF MY FEATURE FOR BRITAIN MAGAZINE,

 
 
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Just back from several weeks in Hersonissos and Elounda Crete beng a hotel spy for Oyster.com. click on this link to check out my Hersonissos photographers and reviews 

 
 
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Hot on the heels of Gisele Bündchen's favela model search, at the heart of the World Cup, and ahead of the Olympic Games, an unique style experiment isopening doors for creative Cariocans. CLICK ON THIS LINK TO READ MY BLOG POST  FOR STYLE MAGAZINE SHOP LATITUDE

 
 
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Hopping on and off of night trains, Heidi Fuller-love travels from Ho Chi Min to Hanoi.
I'd been warned to buy a silk sleeping bag and I was glad I did when I crossed the railway tracks at midnight and joined the crowd hauling heavy bags, slack chickens and sleepy children onto the night train...CLICK ON THIS LINK TO READ MORE OF MY FEATURE FOR NEW ZEALAND MAGAZINE LET'S TRAVEL

 
 
 
 
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Tell friends that you’re planning a property hunting trip to Albania and you can expect squeals of horror. I suppose it’s only to be expected when you consider that this is a country that was cut off from the world for 45 years during Communist dictator Enver Hoxha’s paranoid regime; a country where – just a couple of decades ago – they would cut your hair at the border if they deemed it was too long.CLICK ON THIS LINK TO READ THE REST OF MY ARTICLE FOR HIGH50 MAGAZINE