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13:15

Travel

Bermuda, the insider guide

Andrew Forbes

Bermuda, a British Overseas Territory, is an Atlantic archipelago of sub-tropical islands famous for beaches of fine, coral-pink sand and clear azure waters - and plenty of British colonial charm. STAY: Rosedon Hotel This quintessentially Ber

14:20

LifeStyle

A dose of nostalgia at the Starlite Festival

I. GELIBTER / A. MEDINA

Marbella. Some things just don't change. Sting arrived at Marbella's Starlite Festival with his glowing grin fully intact, and with an array of timeless classics to thrill his audience, while London band Jamiroquai inspired with much the same energy

13:10

Local

Malaga to welcome new 'world's largest cruise ship' on March 27

SUR

Malaga will host the worldwide presentation of the new cruise ship, Symphony of the Seas, the latest launched by Royal Caribbean. It is the world's largest and the company is due to officially unveil the ship to international travel agents and ... nights on its maiden trip, promises to be even more impressive than the other giant ships owned by Royal Caribbean. The vessel will have innovative leisure facilities, such as the highest slide on a ship, at ten stories high, a surfing simulator, a ... Malaga will become the only city in the world that has welcomed all four of the Oasis class mega ships owned by Royal Caribbean. The vessel is five times the size of the Titanic by volume, at 362 metres long, and has a weight of 227,000 tons. It has the

19:34

Travel

Miami, the insider guide

Andrew Forbes

STAY: The Meridian Hotel Close to the buzz of the iconic Ocean Drive, South Beach, yet within the authentic, quieter residential district of 'SoFi', this new budget hotel offers a cool Miami vibe with its brilliant white, mid-century architectura

12:01

LifeStyle

Performers unite to tell the Cudeca Music Story

After months of preparations, the Goldies fundraising team staged their Music Story festival for Cudeca in the Benalmádena auditorium last weekend. Hundreds of music lovers enjoyed a two-day extravaganza that featured hits of the last 60 years, inc

14:51

LifeStyle

Performers unite to tell the Cudeca Music Story

Tony Bryant

After months of preparations, the Goldies fundraising team staged their Music Story festival for Cudeca in the Benalmádena auditorium last weekend. Hundreds of music lovers enjoyed a two-day extravaganza that featured hits of the last 60 years, inc

12:41

LifeStyle

Flamenco, parties, spies and coups: Sean Connery filming in Malaga

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

Connery's "mistake" The solution, it was decided, was to try to find somewhere with a Caribbean ambience in Andalucía, and that is how the old sugar cane plantations at the mouth of the Guadalhorce river became the settings for the peak scene in which

17:43

Travel

Sustainable travel

Andrew Forbes

...he could help his wider family and save a little too. The Dominican Republic shares the island of Hispaniola with the Republic of Haiti - one Caribbean island yet two very different nations. The Dominican Republic has focused on creating a stable, ... investment-friendly economy which has wholeheartedly embraced tourism. The World Travel & Tourism Council suggests that foreign visitors contribute up to 17.2 per cent to the economy, which is one of the biggest and fastest growing in the Caribbean. Yet it's neighbour ... impossible to escape the problem of rubbish and litter. It's the most visited country in the Caribbean, and despite having a waste collection infrastructure, I saw disturbing amounts of waste, including plastic, dumped by the sides of the roads. Being an

13:01

Opinion

Invader birds

IGNACIO LILLO

Caribbean image that these birds have brought with them; it might be very bright and cheerful for a while, but ask the residents who have to put up with them day after day. And that’s all without mentioning the spread of disease and the financial risk if