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On: 10th October, 2019

Anthony Sattin - Britain's Leading Egyptophile

From the 30th September to 9th October 2020, Original Travel are hosting a private cruise down the Nile aboard the historic Steam Ship Sudan, with esteemed British Egyptophile Anthony Sattin hosting this epic trip of a lifetime. Anthony will enrich and entertain in equal measure, and there…

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On: 15th June, 2018

The Auree Jewellery Top Five Destinations and What to Take

  • Mauritius
  • New York
  • Bali
  • Paris
  • Provence

Amelia, Founder of Auree Jewellery reveals her top five destinations and what jewellery to pack.

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By Guest blogger
On: 23rd October, 2017

Teen to Teen Advice on Family Holidays

Your essential survival guide to holidays with your parents (eurgh). Written by Kit, son of Polly and a teenager of excellent repute. Here's his guide on how to get the most out of family holidays...

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Guest blogger

By Guest blogger
On: 13th October, 2017

Parental Advice on Holidays with Teens

To all parents of teenagers, welcome to your essential survival guide to holidaying with your charming teens. Let us introduce you to Polly, mother to four teenage boys and winner of Original Travel's inaugural Parental Bravery Award. If there's something about holidaying with teenagers that…

Toddlers on the beach in Cyprus
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By Guest blogger
On: 15th May, 2017

Top 5 Toddler Holidays For Your Little Terrors

  • South Africa
  • Jamaica
  • Finland
  • Ecuador & the Galapagos
  • Oman

Lydia Gard is a freelance writer specialising in luxury family travel, since having two boys she is determined to find truly luxurious places that celebrate rather than simply tolerate young families. In her first of 6 blogs Lydia talks us through the her top 5 toddler holidays...

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On: 24th January, 2017

Escape to the Wild: Namibia's Desert Plains and Rust-Coloured Dunes

  • The Namib Desert
  • Namibia

Wolwedans is a collection of superb luxury lodges set on the enormous NamibRand private nature reserve, a place of incredible beauty, space and tranquility. A perfect spot to begin or end your trip, quietly soaking up the scenery, both at day and night. They boast the second best skies in…

Skeleton Coast
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By Guest blogger
On: 17th January, 2017

Escape to the Wild: Namibia's Skeleton Coast

  • Namibia

It's the skies I miss most when I'm out of Africa- I always thought the vast dusty blue skies of my Botswana homeland could never be beaten. But then I finally visited Namibia- my god the skies! Truly mind blowing. Even the most devoted city lover needs to escape for open horizons to let…

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By Guest blogger
On: 10th January, 2017

Exploring Dubrovnik's Old Town

  • Dubrovnik
  • Croatia

Just a couple of steps in and already you feel like you stepped back in time! A UNESCO world heritage site filled with steep alley stairways and marching guards; just a handful of things which make Dubrovnik's Old Town so special.

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On: 1st July, 2016

Chilean Spanish: ¿Cachai, Po, Weón?

  • Chile

You've been to Spain a few times, you've had a couple of Spanish classes and you feel you've more or less grasped the language - and then you go to Chile…

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On: 1st July, 2016

Eating in Santiago

  • Santiago & Central Valley

When people think of Chilean cuisine the idea of slightly bland, hearty home cooking often springs to mind. An image that's partly true as Chilean food traditionally involves stews, pies, and mounds of meat and carbs. But Chile, and Santiago in particular, is experiencing something of a…