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Cruise ships have come a long way since the days when hundreds of dockworkers used to assemble each vessel bit by bit on gigantic slipways before launching the finished product into the water with an almighty splash. Nowadays most ships are built in sections, in dry dock (a dry area with a rectangular basin to
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Over the last three months, adventurer Ash Bhardwaj has been travelling Russia’s long-contested European border, from the Arctic Circle to Ukraine. In this third episode of Edgelands, he visits Kaliningrad – the enclave that has been cut off from Russia. Listen to the third episode of Edgelands using the player below. Registered users get early
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If a broiling Bristolian or Bathonian is hell-bent on a drive to the coast, it’s at Weston-super-Mare that they’re likely to wash up, stepping out of their superheated sardine cans to survey the tantalising dazzle of coastline. However, depending on the tide, those glistening ripples can quickly turn out to be a mirage that leaves
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Expert guide to Devon Overview Hotels Attractions Restaurants Nightlife Beaches An insider’s guide to the best beaches in Devon, including the top spots for rock pooling and surfing and what to do at Woolacombe and Croyde Bay. By Suzy Bennett, Telegraph Travel’s Devon expert. South Devon Wembury Bill Oddie’s favourite beach for rock pooling, this
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The threat of climate change and how it might negatively affect skiing is nothing new. But claims countries are stealing each others’ snow, causing slopes to be left bare, is something more out of the ordinary. Last week Iran’s head of Civil Defence Organisation claimed Israel had been stealing clouds and snow from his country.
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