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If you have lived in the Algarve for any length of time you surely have been over to Seville on numerous occasions. Like most, our visits have usually been with house guests and have been centered...

Before the elections which took place in Myanmar in November 2015, there was worldwide debate on the propriety of visiting this closed ex-member of the British Empire.

Myanmar (formerly...

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The Azores islands are conveniently split into three groups, spread over 600km of ocean: São Miguel and Santa Maria in the east; Terceira, Graciosa, São Jorge, Pico and Faial in the...

The nine islands of the Azores archipelago lie due west of Portugal in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean some two hours flying time from Lisbon. They are one of Europe’s best-kept secrets with...

Lanzarote (named after the Genovese navigator Lancelotto Malocello) is one of those places that many people have heard of but few have actually visited or even know much about. Helga and I...

Moab is an unassuming little town in eastern Utah near the mighty Colorado River. Native Americans were the earliest dwellers in this harsh desert environment and the town’s name may have its...

We had both wanted for years to visit Iran, the country which has some claim to be the cradle of civilised empire, and recently we seized the opportunity to join a tour group. Before we left...

In its obituary of José Saramago, the official Vatican newspaper L’Osservatore Romano described him as “an anti-religious ideologue and populist extremist”. In 1992, the then Prime Minister of...

“...It has to be said that a journey to a country must always involve starting from beyond its frontiers,” wrote José Saramago in the preface to the English edition of his book Journey to Portugal...

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