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Geoffrey Zakarian Recommends Mediterranean Recipe: Tuna Aioli Dip with Balsamic Drizzle

Chef Geoffrey Zakarian shares recipe to enjoy the taste of a Mediterranean diet rich in fish, vegetables and olive oil. With the aim to bring the Mediterranean kitchen to everyone’s home, renowned chef Geoffrey Zakarian is sharing some of his recipes. Recommending the diet, which is high in fish, seafood, nuts, seeds, olive oil, fruits… Continue reading Geoffrey Zakarian Recommends Mediterranean Recipe: Tuna Aioli Dip with Balsamic Drizzle

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Glamping Estimated to Reach Global Value of $3.9 Billion

New report shows the glamping travel market is expected to reach $3.9 billion worldwide by 2027. As travellers become more familiar with accommodation types such as pods, treehouses, cabins and various styles of luxury tent, a recent report shows an industry growth of 17.5% CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate) between now and 2027. With people… Continue reading Glamping Estimated to Reach Global Value of $3.9 Billion

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Life and Death of Nature’s Poet Robert Burns

Robert Burns, was born into farming on January 25th, 1759 in Ayrshire. He was to become Scotland’s most celebrated writer. Living a short yet complex life, Robert Burns called various parts of Scotland his home. He grew up on a farm in Alloway with his father from Kincardineshire, mother from Culzean and six siblings. Working… Continue reading Life and Death of Nature’s Poet Robert Burns

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Robert Burns: The Wounded Hare

Robert Burns was inspired by nature, often referred to as ‘Nature’s Poet’ The Wounded Hare is another example of this. Wounded in the Field in Watercolour The Wounded Hare was written by Robert Burns after he saw an injured hare limping after a man had tried to shoot it. Burns absorbed the animals, nature and… Continue reading Robert Burns: The Wounded Hare

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Robert Burns: To A Mouse

Nature’s Poet Robert Burns was inspired by nature, writing ‘To A Mouse’ after disturbing one in her nest whilst ploughing. Written in the November of 1785, using a similar style as ‘To a Louse’ or ‘To a Haggis’, the poet starts as a speaker talking to the mouse he has just disturbed whilst ploughing a… Continue reading Robert Burns: To A Mouse

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Robert Burns: A Red Red Rose

Often referred to as ‘Nature’s Poet’, Scotland’s Robert Burns took inspiration from the world, people and nature that surrounded him. Turning his surroundings into stanzas of poems or lyrics of songs. Some were adaptions of other works or have since been adapted by others. Whilst writing the song ‘Red Red Rose’ in 1794, Burns used… Continue reading Robert Burns: A Red Red Rose

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Get the Taste for England’s Heritage this Christmas

Christmas food and drink treats are now available to purchase online from English Heritage, for yourself or someone else. Access to English Heritage sites across the country may be limited this festive season but their online shop remains open to ensure everyone can give or receive a taste of England this Christmas. Items are made… Continue reading Get the Taste for England’s Heritage this Christmas

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Win a Trip to a Video Chat Background Location

Americans have the chance to go to the places they’ve been looking at during video chats with Coors Light’s sweepstake. With Americans still attending their work meetings via video chat, Coors Light have decided to give some lucky winners the chance to visit the outdoor destinations that they’ve been looking at as their chat background.… Continue reading Win a Trip to a Video Chat Background Location

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September Cruises in Italy for Italians Only

Cruise company Costa Cruises is restarting their seven-day sailings around Italy throughout September exclusively for their Italian guests. Costa Cruises are set to sail two of their ships, Costa Deliziosa and Costa Diadema on five, one-week long sailings this September. The ships will only visit Italian ports throughout each itinerary. The company’s aim is to… Continue reading September Cruises in Italy for Italians Only

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Best Global Experiences Revealed

Tripadvisor’s latest survey alongside Viator reveals traveller’s favourite experiences worldwide in their Travellers’ Choice Awards of 2020. With previous surveys revealing the best beaches and tourist destinations worldwide as selected by users of Tripadviser and their companies, this year the world’s largest travel platform is announcing the best experiences. Calculated using an algorithm based on… Continue reading Best Global Experiences Revealed