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09:22

What to do

The relatively unknown works of Chagall

Antonio Javier López

...who have loaned them especially for the exhibition in Malaga. These include ‘Alla. Retrato de mujer’ (1909-1910) and ‘El patio del abuelo’ (1914), where once again the artist harks back to his roots, and the more notable ‘Día de fiesta (Rabino con

09:22

Travel

The Insider Guide: Sacred Valley of the Incas

Andrew Forbes

...salt pits here remain in use; although it seems that the salt works now earn far more from tourism than from the unique salt they produce. Moray archaeological terraces Access to these fascinating terraces is not included in the general tourist ... It’s all here to explore; the Inti Watana, Temple of the Sun, the Temple of the Three Windows, and more. Although visited by thousands of people each day, the site is vast, so somehow it doesn’t feel too crowded. The setting, upon a 2,430-metre-high ... everything from massages to fast-food meals. From here one can take the mini buses up to the Inca city – a scary ride up the narrow, stony road. The alternative is to hike the last bit up through the forest. All the effort to get to Machu Picchu is more

09:22

Travel

The cities above the clouds

andrew forbes travel

The flight from Peru’s capital of Lima to the Andean city of Cusco is quite simply remarkable. One is only in the air for little more than an hour, yet it’s a truly memorable journey. The view is astonishing; from the aircraft window one can clearly ... negotiating the landscape, flying between the mountains and hillsides to the air strip below. more information The Insider Guide: Sacred Valley of the Incas As the touristy gateway to the Sacred Valley, the UNESCO World Heritage city of Cusco can ... streets as your balance will most surely be slightly off for the first day or more. That’s because Cusco is a city above the clouds, sitting at over 3,300 metres in the Andes; and having your head in the clouds, so-to-speak, can have side-effects.

09:22

What to do

“A great deal of contemporary art has lost its spiritual element”

Antonio Javier López interview

...my geographic origin. It was a very significant action for me. –Do you think the West should take more interest in this inward-looking search which seems more common in oriental countries? –Everybody seems to want money, material things, power. ... Everything is very materialistic, but I don’t think there is a great difference between the East and the West. I have found times of great peace in European countries, because they still preserve old cultural values. I believe life is lived more serenely in ... the true direction of art, which of course is a much more complex process and can take you in many different directions, or at least I hope it can. But for example, it was interesting to see how at the start of the economic crisis the galleries in New

10:11

LifeStyle

Emotions running high in Pamplona

Mark Nayler reading into spain

...the colonel told him, “have given more than your life”. Later, in Pamplona, a friend says he’s heard a rumour that Jake is impotent; “No, I just had an accident” replies Jake. An entire world of loss is encapsulated in that one stung, embarrassed

10:11

LifeStyle

A return to find poverty... and vitality

Mark Nayler reading into spain

...of the men and women he met attributed the civil war’s ensuing, pervasive poverty to two main causes. First, Franco’s Falangists, who were more concerned about making themselves rich than they were about improving agricultural methods or the life of

10:12

LifeStyle

Haunted by the past

Mark Nayler reading into spain

...its civil war and to what its countrymen did to one another. With seismic political changes on the horizon in Spain, it might well be that this struggle is entering a new stage of its tortuous journey. Tremlett’s book has never been more relevant.

10:12

LifeStyle

Life, death, love and war

Mark Nayler reading into spain

...himself as an ‘anti-fascist’, rather than more narrowly as a Communist. His commitment to the cause for which he fights runs so deep that the dreamer and idealist within him reaches for quasi-mystical language to explain it: “...[Y]ou felt that you were ... heard Bach, or stood in the Chartres Cathedral...” Such moral conviction doesn’t make the killing of opposition soldiers any more palatable for Jordan, though: he is acutely aware of the fact that those he perceives as “the enemy” aren’t always ... extent; he stops reading after he finds a note from the young man’s “novia”, “quietly, formally, and completely hysterical with concern for his safety”. One senses that Jordan inflicts this torture on himself as a sort of penance, an exercise that his more

10:12

Travel

The trail less trekked

Andrew Forbes travel

...walking company offering activity holidays staffed with local people. The firm provides valuable employment and income for villagers and also offers highly authentic experiences for guests. read more The Ouirgane valley - the unspoilt base for High ... panoramic view out over the valleys to the snowy summits is more than adequate compensation. Below the villages are white with cherry and apple blossom; spring comes late to these altitudes and here at the pass, at well over 2,600 metres traces of snow is ... fresh, tasty kesra bread to scoop up the appetising homemade food. The afternoon trek is more or less downhill, along a rocky path amongst old juniper and pine trees. Buzzards soar on the thermals overhead, and as we progress deeper into the valley we