Archive: 2010 December

Join the Chocolate Cult at Badrutt’s Palace Hotel

There’s a damp, tired-looking sandwich staring at you with evil eyes from the corner of your desk. You’ve had a bad day and you’re craving nothing but a big bar of Dairy Milk. Then picture this: a Fairytale Palace in...

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Blurring the lines

Bleisure trend

‘Can I come daddy?’ – a frequent question that was posed in my household (and still is…over the phone) when my father departed on a business trip and now, unfortunately a few years too late for me, a travel trend...

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The Recipe For A Trip Of A Lifetime

Take a view that renders you speechless… A collection of majestic animals… Some adventure… And mix it up with some authentic and welcoming natives… A huge heap of ice… Throw in some desert sand… A few dashes of excersise… A...

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Inkaterra’s Orchid Conference marks Machu Picchu’s 100th Anniversary

In 1911 Hiram Bingham, a young explorer from Yale University, re-discovered Machu Picchu in Peru. These majestic ruins of incredible cultural importance had until that time been left neglected and abandoned. Just three years ago, Machu Picchu was declared one...

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