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South Africa's Green Kalahari

With lunar landscapes, enormous blue skies, a ribbon of green fertility and the mighty Orange River – Michael Edwards says there’s far more to the Green Kalahari than just wildlife

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3rd Sep 2018
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Oman: Arabian magic

Exploring a magical Arabian Nights land of medieval forts, magnificent mountains and fascinating souks, Michael Edwards receives a warm welcome in Oman

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16th May 2018
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Living like a Maharaja

Delhi is a chaotic city of contrasts but Michael Edwards discovers that the comforts of the Raj linger on

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26th Feb 2018
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From Brisbane to Bogota, where to book in 2018

Tired of visiting the same tourist hotspots? Here are the upcoming holiday destinations for 2018.

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16th Jan 2018
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Mexico’s Mayan Riviera

Caribbean beaches, creative cuisine, luxurious hotels and one of the world's seven wonders: Michael Edwards explores Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula.

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27th Nov 2017
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A New York guide

From Lady Liberty and Times Square to the iconic 11-storey department store, Macy's, Travel editor David Powell, explores New York.

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18th Sep 2017
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Viva Las Vegas

Home to extravagant light shows, extraordinary hotels and 24/7 casinos, travel writer David Powell heads to Las Vegas.

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11th Sep 2017
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The jewelled skyline of Muscat

Muscat, perched between the Hajar Mountains and the Gulf of Oman, is one of the safest cities in the world and offers a welcome alternative to the brash high-rises of Dubai as Michael Edwards discovers.

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2nd May 2017
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Escape the January blues with a touch of winter sun

Leave the cold January nights behind and head towards a warmer climate for some well-deserved rest and relaxation.

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9th Jan 2017
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From culture to cheesesteaks - soak up the streets of Philadelphia

As the fifth-largest US city - rich in historical gravitas, world-class art exhibitions, major league sports and a wide-ranging restaurant scene, there are many reasons tourists flock to the streets of Philadelphia every year.

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29th Sep 2016
Gareth Hargreaves
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Discovering empowerment through empowering others

Diane Priestley heads to Senegal for a training course in international development, she reports back to 50connect about her uplifting journey

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25th Aug 2016
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Foreign fare

Jetting off to somewhere nice this summer? Healthspan Head of Nutrition Rob Hobson shows you how to make the most of healthy eating while you’re abroad

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25th May 2016
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Abu Dhabi: sunshine and serenity just 7 hours away

Traditional Arabic architecture and impeccable contemporary service coalesce in a quiet corner of Abu Dhabi for a perfect escape to a winter paradise writes Michael Edwards.

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4th Dec 2015
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The best of Boston

Don't miss the essential sights with this guide to Boston's highlights.

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28th May 2015
Gareth Hargreaves
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South Korea travel guide

Rachael Hannan travels to South Korea and finds UNESCO world heritage sites, discovers the delights of gogi-jib and optimism for future reconciliation with the North.

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8th Dec 2014
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Explore South America

Jennie Carr feasts on the beauty and culture of South America and finds something for all tastes on her travels

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21st Aug 2014
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Exotic locations for independent travellers

Jennie Carr looks at interesting places to consider for a holiday with a difference.

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28th Apr 2014
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The Northern Lights in Yellowknife, Canada

Ben Whitmarsh travels to Canada stunning North West Territories to see the Aurora Borealis.

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4th Dec 2012
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African Queen – a trip on a movie icon in Florida Keys

The iconic original vessel from John Huston's classic 1951 film "The African Queen" has been restored and plies Key Largo's nearshore waters and canals again

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2nd Aug 2012
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Las Vegas - Visiting the neon city!

Travel journalist Claire Oliver, takes a trip to Las Vegas for 50Connect and discovers another side to this iconic destination ...

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7th Feb 2012
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Egypt’s Red Hot Riviera

Year-round sunshine and properties for under £40,000, Egypt’s Red Sea Riviera has the value-for-money buyers diving in, says Laura Henderson.

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22nd Oct 2010
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A royal Thailand adventure in Hua Hin

Drenched in sunshine nearly all year round, it's no wonder more than 14 million tourists head to Thailand's cities and beaches for their annual holiday.

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27th Sep 2010
Mark O'haire
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Volunteering holiday in Cambodia

Carol Driver discovers the challenges and enormous rewards of teaching street kids in Phnom Penh on a volunteering holiday in Cambodia.

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1st Sep 2010
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Explore Thailand’s unspoilt Koh Tao

With its secluded beaches and dusty roads, Koh Tao is the nearest travellers will get to a glimpse of how Thailand may have looked before its major tourism boom.

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3rd Aug 2010
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Thrill seeking? Check out New Zealand’s top 10 adventure activities

Unlike many countries, New Zealand comes alive during it’s winter. In fact, it thrives on it.

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7th Jul 2010
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Take a bear-watching break in Canada

Head into the vast Canadian countryside and enjoy a spot of breathtaking polar bear watching.

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5th May 2010
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The spectacular sights of South Africa

Television presenter, broadcaster and lecturer, John Carter shares his love of South Africa with 50connect readers.

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25th Mar 2010
Mark O'haire
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South Africa’s stylish cities

Johannesburg, Cape Town, Port Elizabeth and Durban are four South African cities, each with their own unique attractions and vibrancy.

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23rd Mar 2010
Mark O'haire
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Peace on the Kansas prairies

Hiking, biking, trail riding and spectacular sunsets on the Kansas prairies.

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18th Mar 2010
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Great road trips of the world: Banff to Jasper

Traveling between two of the most beautiful towns of the Canadian Rockies is one of the best journeys you will ever make.

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9th Mar 2010
Mark O'haire


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