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13:59

LifeStyle

Tight security

PETER HARRISON

...our dog shows an unfriendly attitude to someone, I give that person careful consideration. Dogs do have that sixth sense. As General Urquhart said to commanders before the airborne drop on Arnhem in World War Two: "Always expect the unexpected."

14:10

LifeStyle

Rose-tinted divorce

A. J. LINN

Artists like Sting, Cliff Richards, Olivia Newton-John, Al Bano and Madonna are all winery-owners, and in the film world Gérard Depardieu, Frances Ford Coppola, George Clooney and Antonio Banderas are among those who have had the greatest success with ... pretty spectacular and we have to assume the buyers were pre-warned and waiting to raid the stores. It soon appeared in Wine Spectator's Top World 100 wines at 84th place, and currently is rated in the world's top 10% French wines and top 11% of world

09:21

Gibraltar

Yanito - a tale of two languages

ASH Bolton

...in this tiny part of the world, is slowly dying out, according to local historian Tito Vallejo. Fewer speakers Speaking to SUR in English, he explained how modern text speak on mobiles, a higher level of education in the post-war years and ... employed. So you had this melee of languages where nobody could understand each other. Spanish people could not pronounce the names, which gave rise to Yanito.” Tito explained that up until World War Two, there was no law saying you had to attend school, ... British overseas territory to help teach English at school. However, the death knell for Yanito was sounded with the advent of World War 2, when the entire civilian population of Gibraltar was evacuated to the UK, Madeira and other parts of the world

09:22

Travel

The Insider Guide: Sacred Valley of the Incas

Andrew Forbes

...through Natura Vive, who also offering zip-line adventure activities. This is a new upscale hotel, operated by the world-class hospitality group, Belmond. Built in the style of an Andean village, the resort offers luxury accommodation including 11 ... celebration of both modern and traditional Peruvian cuisine. Choose roast dishes from the wood-burning oven; seasonal vegetarian dishes; or indulge in the tasting menu. DO Inca Trail One of the most famous hiking routes in the world, the Inca Trail ... ticket, but is well worth it. Machu Picchu Not re-discovered until the beginning of the 20th century, this UNESCO World heritage Inca site, considered one of the New Seven Wonders of the World escaped damage by the imperial Spanish conquistadors.

09:22

Travel

The cities above the clouds

andrew forbes travel

...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 ... at first seem somewhat overwhelming. This is far from a being a hidden corner of the world. Multitudes of fellow travellers throng the city’s squares and streets, which are already vibrant with city life. Take care negotiating the traffic and the busy ... cross, or terracotta bulls. The valley produces some of the best maize in the world, a crop well suited to this altitude, and the quality is in demand in markets across the world. In the autumn you can see large white cobs drying in the sun. The women

09:22

What to do

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

Antonio Javier López interview

‘bottari’, and your work in general, a way of facing up to the violence in the world? –Yes. I’m particularly sensitive to human violence in any of its destructive forms. It is something absolutely dominant in the world today. –Do you understand art as a ... living all together, but in one of your essential works, the video ‘A needle woman’ (1999-2001), you have your back to the camera in different cities around the world. Do you think art ends up being a solitary type of work? –No, I don’t think so. I ... and at the same time anarchic’ (that was the title of the first entry on her web page). The website was a way of introducing me to myself in the world, it was important for me because in some way it erased my gender, my marital status, my religion and

10:11

Sport

Alhambra Nievas named best referee in world rugby

enrique miranda

Alhambra Nievas, born in Granada and settled in Malaga, has been named the best rugby referee at the World Rugby Awards. The achievement marks the second time she has been nominated for the award and means she makes history as the first female to

10:11

LifeStyle

Mijas Costa welcomes newest International Rotary Club in Spain

Tony Bryant

Rotary offers support in education and job training, health and sanitation, and the ongoing fight against world hunger. Rotary International has 1.2 million members and 34,000 clubs worldwide, but until now, there were only two English clubs in Spain:

10:11

LifeStyle

Emotions running high in Pamplona

Mark Nayler reading into spain

It changed my life and made me want to write and explore the world.” So says American bull runner and author Bill Hillman of the novel that put a small Spanish town and its annual bull-running fiesta well and truly on the world stage. In the minds ... 20,000-seat bullring. Hemingway was a devoted ‘aficionado’ of the bullfight and wrote about it throughout his life: ‘Death in the Afternoon’, his 1932 study of the spectacle and tradition that Garcia Lorca called “the last serious thing in the modern world ... First World War, Jake was badly injured. He feels emasculated by his injury and therefore only speaks of it with difficulty and reticence, but we learn enough about it to understand why. Undressing before the mirror in his Paris apartment before heading