|FT - How to Spend It - 31st July 2012
Diary of a Somebody
Daily Blog for Diary of a Somebody about Geoffrey Kent's trip to Kenya and A&K's 50th anniversary.
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|Financial Times - 21st July 2012
Art and an Andean rebirth
Once the murder capital of the world, Medellín in Colombia is being transformed by creativity and architecture.
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|Financial Times - 20th July 2012
Short cuts: An Antarctic trek and an English boot camp
A&K's launches 'an adventurous itinerary' to the continent, while the seven-night Champney's programme includes circuit training and cycling.
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||Financial Times. Friday 5th August 2011
Gatekeepers of the Spectacular
Masjid as the pigeons homed around devotees arriving at this mosque for evening prayer. It became something of a habit - one finessed by years of different guides who have taken me into the guts of the old capital…
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|FT - How to Spend it. Saturday 2nd July 2011
The Lone Arrangers
High-end operators offering bespoke itineraries and vast contact networks are transforming the world of solo travel. Maria Shollenbarger reports on the lastest developments in solo travel. "Abercrombie and Kent has crafted a selection of bespoke trips for solo travellers, which managing director Justin Wateridge calls "sort of 'on your own, never alone' experiences"...
Our first solo travel experience - Egypt
|FT - How to Spend it. Saturday 15th June 2011
Mellow Ship of the Ring
Tracing a languid route from St Petersburg to Moscow along the Volga's fabled Golden Ring, a growing number of intimate cruisers explore Russia's past and present. Julian Allason reports.
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|FT - How to Spend it. Wednesday 23rd February 2011
The smooth guide: Melbourne
Raibow graffiti and all-black attire form the palette for an Australian city that thrives on urban grit and urbane sophistication, says Mark C O'Flaherty.
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Tamara really was exceptionally knowledgeable and had a very good attitude.
- GT, Cumbria
Peking to Paris Rally
Spirit of Adventure Lives On
Follow Michelle & Mike on their incredible adventure in the Peking to Paris rally and enter our competition.
Peninsula School Feeding Association
Aims to reduce short-term hunger and increase attendance of school children, with daily lunches for children who may otherwise not have a meal that day.