Brexit uncertainty further unsettles the housing market – consider short-term letting with local company UnderTheDoormat

Brexit uncertainty further unsettles the housing market – consider short-term letting with local company UnderTheDoormat

With Brexit dominating the dinner table conversation, so it quickly turns to the housing market and the most likely implications come 29th March. The outlook is bleak. Uncertainty so often results in ‘standing still’, which as we know is no good when it comes to buying and selling houses.   As is usually...

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Embark on a Cultural Adventure in China

Embark on a Cultural Adventure in China

We at TanSuo Cultural Travel believe that culture is the greatest heritage of mankind. With a population of 1.4 billion people made up of 56 vastly different ethnic groups, China is a country defined by its cultural diversity. Stretching across an area that is nearly 40 times the size of...

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The Cruise Show 2019

The Cruise Show 2019

The Cruise Show London returns on 16th and 17th February at the Olympia. Speak directly to experts on how they can create a truly bespoke experience for your next well-deserved break. Find out how you can immerse yourself in the icecaps of Antarctica, taste the culinary wonders of the world,...

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L’uovo di un curato: A Sicilian Defense

L’uovo di un curato: A Sicilian Defense

Sicily has been invaded many times over the milenia. From the 7th century BC, the Greeks had ruled Sicily, and Byzantium regained Sicily from the Goths in 535 BC, while the Roman Empire continued in the east as Byzantium, with Constantinople as its capital. Other than the Goths, many more...

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I am Pilgrim:  Walking the Via de la Plata

I am Pilgrim: Walking the Via de la Plata

    A pilgrim is a wayfarer, a seeker, a traveller on a road of self discovery. As we come to understand everything in life is interconnected and we are not separate from the world we inhabit, a journey physically or metaphorically or both offers an opportunity to encounter a...

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The Vatican through the ages

The Vatican through the ages

  When the Roman Emperor Constantine was baptised a Christian on his death-bed in 337AD (whether or not he was sincere in his conversion, or even properly understood the religion’s tenants are another matter) both the Empire and Christianity were changed forever. Early Christians surged to take advantage of this...

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The Vatican through the ages

The Vatican through the ages

  When the Roman Emperor Constantine was baptised a Christian on his death-bed in 337AD (whether or not he was sincere in his conversion, or even properly understood the religion’s tenants are another matter) both the Empire and Christianity were changed forever. Early Christians surged to take advantage of this...

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French lessons in Nice

French lessons in Nice

By Tanya Kovatchka Tanya is an A-Level student and contributing writer for KCW Today Doing a residential course at a language school abroad is one of the best ways to improve fluency and gain confidence. This was my exact motivation for travelling to Nice and doing a course with Azurlingua for...

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Badajoz Carnival

Badajoz Carnival

Unbeknownst to many is the plucky province of Badajoz that sits snuggly next to Portugal inside the south-west border of Spain. Its eponymous capital is steeped in a rich history of conquest, culture and creativity, the latter of which goes on full display during the Badajoz Carnival in February. Originally...

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Heart of Derbyshire

Heart of Derbyshire

Hiking has never been my calling in life, it (or, more precisely, hiking enthusiast friends) has often come calling but usually I pretend to be out of the house, busy with work or literally dead to avoid the strain of putting one foot in front of the other. As a...

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