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10:04

Travel

Bread with oil - understanding Mallorca

Andrew Forbes travel

Worn smooth through years of use, the immense table in the centre of the room had a softness to it that belied its obvious weight and size. Hewn from huge pieces of rock, it was once used to crush the local harvested olives before pressing, but now s

13:59

LifeStyle

Tight security

PETER HARRISON

It was sad to see the old year ending with the massacre of thirty-nine people. So ended a turbulent year with terrorist activity in Berlin, Paris, Brussels,and in various locations in Syria. It calls for even stronger security this year and following

10:12

LifeStyle

As far as you can go - and one step further

Mark Nayler reading into spain

Jason Webster has written what is surely the most arresting opening sentence in recent travel literature, a sentence that forces difficult, searching questions upon you: “Often we end up doing what we almost want to do because we lack the courage to

10:12

LifeStyle

A first taste of the land of his dreams

Mark Nayler reading into spain

One bright June morning in 1934, aged 19, Laurie Lee left his quietly bereft mother standing alone in the garden of their Cotswolds home and started an epic, life-changing walk. This young English poet had no money and had never been abroad before; h

10:12

LifeStyle

The essence of old Andalucía

Mark Nayler reading into spain

This series ends as it began, with the great poet and Hispanophile Laurie Lee. ‘A Rose for Winter’ is a love letter to Spain’s most iconic region, written when Lee returned with his wife Kati, after a fifteen-year absence, for a three-month tour of “

10:32

LifeStyle

The brightest star

KEN CAMPBELL the night sky

When you look at the stars in the night sky the first thing you notice is that they are all of different brightness. Some stars are brighter because they are closer to the Earth and other stars are brighter simply because they are brighter. Virtually

15:03

LifeStyle

Blue Bay recognises tourism professionals in awards ceremony

SUR IN ENGLISH MADRID

...at the event, which included an opera and ballet performance, to collect the awards made from recycled material. Among the dignitaries who attended were Sheikh Bandar Bin Fahd Al-Fehaid, president of the Arab Tourism Organisation who received the ... Best Tourism Model of Social Integration award for his commitment to the economic and social development of the Arab League nations; and the Tourism Minister of the Dominican Republic, Francisco Javier García, who received the Outstanding Tourism

13:38

Travel

Snow, fire and food

Andrew Forbes travel

...runs too for intermediates and experts. Winter St Tropez Some might be put off by Courchevel's reputation as the St Tropez of winter sports, the favourite destination for mega-rich Russian oligarchs, European royalty and Arab sheikhs. Well, that's

13:48

Local

A dream come true for Basil Al Bayati

JESÚS HINOJOSA Malaga

...of the most remarkable mosques, hotels, universities and hospitals in Europe and the Arab countries during the past 30 years, including the central mosque in Edinburgh, a museum such as this in the very heart of Malaga will enrich the city. "I had ... designs and very unusual antique Arab-style furniture. The work of this architect, who has had offices in London and Kuwait in the past, is outstanding for the originality of shapes, and the imagination and fantasy of his designs. It is what is called

17:29

Local

A dream come true for architect Basil Al Bayati

JESÚS HINOJOSA Malaga

...of the most remarkable mosques, hotels, universities and hospitals in Europe and the Arab countries during the past 30 years, including the central mosque in Edinburgh, a museum such as this in the very heart of Malaga will enrich the city. "I had ... designs and very unusual antique Arab-style furniture. The work of this architect, who has had offices in London and Kuwait in the past, is outstanding for the originality of shapes, and the imagination and fantasy of his designs. It is what is called