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How do you get a stranger to take a good photo of you? Here are some ways to kindly nudge your impromptu photographer in the right direction.

Emma Carter

Cinque Terre is full of hidden treasures found within its colourful streets, which are filled with little shops, wooden windows and incredible scenery. 

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The old and new world clash beautifully in Hong Kong. You can eat the latest Instagram food craze at one end of the street, and then munch on traditionally made dim sum at the other end.

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Booking flights for a holiday in the near future? Then we’ve got you covered with our best value-for-money tips and tricks.

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With some careful planning and a little energy, your next layover can be enjoyed and not just tolerated.

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Love music? Love travel? Combine the two with a round the world trip of the best music festivals across the globe.  

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Since its inception in 2015, people from all over the world have been rolling out their yoga mats on June 21 to celebrate International Yoga Day. Unlike some of the other ‘days’ like National Hot Dog Day or Respect Your Cat Day, International Yoga Day was sanctioned by the United Nations. Why? Because yoga is a great addition to a healthy lifestyle, which in turn is an important goal for worldwide development.

Casey Hawkins

Journey under an ornate timber gate, through a stone wall maze and across two wide moats to reach the inner gardens surrounding Osaka Castle. Once upon a time, these historical structures safe-housed Japan’s most powerful warlord. Now days the site is teaming with tourists looking to get a glimpse into the 16th century monument and symbol of Osaka.

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New York is a gigantic city with thousands and thousands of restaurants which can leave you feeling a little overwhelmed. We've put together a quick guide to help you find the best foodie joints around.

Casey Hawkins

Osaka is arguably a mini Tokyo with more boisterous characters and street food stalls. The high-energy area of Dotonbori has long been associated with Kabuki theatre and magnificent food.

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