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12
Jun

Digital Detox Trip

When was the last time you disconnected from your devices? If you can’t remember how long it’s been since you took a break from your smartphone, tablet and computer, you’re likely in need of a digital detox trip. We live our lives immersed in a digital world. The Pew Research Center says 73 percent of […]

Gros Morne, Newfoundland
12
Jun

Vacation in Newfoundland

Newfoundland- It’s Canada’s newest province – and arguably its most fun one. From the cheesy-but-unmissable screeching ceremony (where you get to kiss a cod) to scenery that will take your breath away and hospitality second to none, Newfoundland and Labrador is a must-see for adventurous Canadians. Here are a few ideas for you: l) Gros […]

31
May

Small Ship Cruising

Imagine waking up to enjoy breakfast on your private veranda brought to you by your very own butler.  This is small ship cruising. Luxurious and elegant, these stunning ships have a huge amount to offer. Paul Gauguin Cruises Designed specifically to glide through the shallow seas of the South Pacific, The Gauguin is the flagship […]

30
May

Pesto!

Pesto as per our hands-on cooking class at Nuara Cooking School  in Sicily, part of the Exodus’ Sicily Food Adventure: 10 leaves basil 1 clove garlic 6 whole almonds 1 diced perfect tomato “1 big salt” per our instructor Francesco No Parmesan! No pine nuts! Mash it all up using mortar + pestle Toss into […]

30
May

Sicily Food Scene

It’s no surprise that Italian food is so popular around the world. As well as the comfort food most of us grew up with (lasagna! spaghetti!) there are the sun-kissed flavours of tomato and basil and the salty charms of cheese and spicy sausage. And now there’s a “new” destination in Italy for the food-lover: […]

30
May

No-tech Travel Accessories

There’s high-tech. Low-tech. And now no-tech. These are the travel accessories which won’t need charging, foreign plugs or access to WiFi. They’re simply some good old-fashioned tricks to make almost every journey a little easier. l) Little dollar-store gloves may save you on a drizzly spring day in Paris or while waiting for a taxi […]

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