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Why go? To say that Buenos Aires (BA) has been through a lot in recent years, is the understatement of the century. The ‘Paris of the South’ has survived a series of corrupt governments, coup d’etats, dictatorships, military rule and more – yet managed to maintain its joie de vivre. And for good reason as
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Why go? In 2019, San Diego celebrates its 250th birthday. This Southern California city is perfect for starting and finishing cruises along the Pacific Coast and out to the Pacific islands. Contributing to its laid back vibe are great beaches, shopping, restaurants and sunshine: summer temperatures average 22°C/72°F; winters are a steady 16°C/61°F. Location San
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British travellers in Kenya should remain vigilant in the wake of an Islamic terrorist attack on a luxury hotel complex that left at least 14 dead, the UK Foreign Office (FCO) has warned. Around 100,000 Britons every year visit the east African country popular for its Big Five safari and Indian Ocean beaches, but its
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Why go? Prince Rupert on the Inside Passage, 40 miles (64km) south of the Alaskan border, is of growing appeal to cruise passengers, thanks to the charm of the small town, upgraded cruise port facilities and a beautiful position overlooking an archipelago of islands and fjord-cut coastline. The town is also one of North America’s
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