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LYNSEY LAMONT visited Jersey for the first time recently - on a travel agents ‘Fam’ trip...

I’D NEVER been to Jersey before, so was excited when I got the opportunity to join a group of travel agents recently for a four day visit to the island arranged by a leading local specialist tour operator.

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Sharjah of the Light Brigade...

By ANDREA McVEIGH

SHARJAH may not be the first name that springs to mind when thinking of the seven sheikhdoms that make up the United Arab Emirates (UEA) - that privilege usually goes to Dubai. But that will soon change when the fabulous Sharjah Light Festival - the reason for my trip last February to the third largest emirate in the UAE - becomes better known.

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Auld Reekie with toddlers in tow

WHEN mustering up the courage to travel with a couple of toddlers in tow it’s important to think about the journey itself and to have some sort of itinerary drawn up for when you finally get there, including rainy day options!

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Titanic ties up in Smoky Mountains!

...and you can see THAT staircase - no bother at all! By ANDREA McVEIGH

IT WAS the last thing we expected to see as we drove along the roads of the Smoky Mountains towards Pigeon Forge, home of Dolly Parton’s theme park, Dollywood.

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Made in Taiwan - a sub-tropical fusion

Adventurer ROBIN NOWACKI discovers monks, mountains and a gigantic dragon in the home of the culture and spiritual heritage of China...

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