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18:49

Travel

The Ouirgane valley - the unspoilt base for High Atlas holidaying

Andrew Forbes

Marrakech, but becoming a rarer sight these days as Morocco’s swift growth encourages the country to embrace all things new. The access from the main road is by a stone track that meanders through pine trees. The estate is truly hidden away, and the location

10:04

Travel

Bread with oil - understanding Mallorca

Andrew Forbes travel

...the quintessential Mallorcan village of Deià; a place of charming stone built properties, in the foothills of the Tramuntana mountains. This popular destination is home not only to wealthy residential tourists but also to artists, musicians and writers ... paraphernalia, including the large stone table where the chef is now cutting the plump, aged tomatoes in half, revealing their generous pulp. By simply rubbing them against the course rustic bread, the tasty tomato becomes a colourful topping. Experiential

13:52

Gibraltar

Brexit features strongly in New Year Message

DEBBIE BARTLETT

...are all working together in order to safeguard Gibraltar's position," he said. "You can rest assured that your Government will leave no stone unturned in order to safeguard and protect the interests of Gibraltar in the coming negotiations". He went

09:22

Travel

The cities above the clouds

andrew forbes travel

...finds the cathedral - and of course Inca heritage, from a culture regarded as the most sophisticated, pre-colonial civilisation in the Americas. In the old town, join the other tourists and catch a glimpse of the city’s famous ‘twelve-angled stone’ in ... ‘Hatun Rumiyoc’ (the street of the great stone in Quechua the indigenous language of the Andes). This huge stone has been cut to perfectly fit those around it within this ancient palace wall - and has become an icon of Inca architectural techniques.

10:12

Travel

The trail less trekked

Andrew Forbes travel

...fast running river swollen with snowmelt. The village was little more than a cluster of mud and stone built homes, one above the other, on the hillside. Each had a flat roof of timber, earth and stones – architecture reminiscent of the historic Berber ... completely bare save for the rugs on the floor and the thin mattress cushions leaning against the wall. The kitchen was of unpainted stone and earth with a tap and sink; there was space on the floor for camping stoves. The living area was more comfortably

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