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  • Island paradise: the best resorts in Fiji

    Island paradise: the best resorts in Fiji

    December 29th, 2014Helena Smith
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    Fiji is about as close to paradise as you can get. This South Pacific archipelago, over three hundred islands lying around 2000km east of Australia, has some of the world’s most glorious stretches of palm-backed sand, myriad crystal-clear lagoons and a blissful tropical climate. It’s no surprise that Fiji is the destination of choice for…

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  • Alternative eating in Hackney, London

    Alternative eating in Hackney, London

    September 17th, 2013Helena Smith
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    The East London borough of Hackney is booming, particularly with regard to new restaurants, cafés, bars and speciality delis. Alongside long-established Vietnamese and Turkish eateries you’ll now find a Swedish corner café, a Ghanaian pop-up and even a farmyard bistro. A funky restaurant aesthetic has emerged, characterized by bare bulbs, monastic wooden benches and fresh local…

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  • Taste Havana’s battered city glamour, Cuba

    Taste Havana’s battered city glamour, Cuba

    July 9th, 2013Helena Smith
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    First-time visitors to Havana can feel they are in a dream, coasting through a fantastic cityscape of colonial fortifications, Art Deco towers and Fifties hotels, uncluttered by advertising but punctuated by the bold colours and lines of painted propaganda. Part of their character comes from their decay, from the peeling layers of lemon-yellow and sea-green paint, chipped tiles and…

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