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MIXING BUSINESS WITH PLEASURE!

CIARAN MULLIGAN decided to mix business with pleasure on a trip Down Under…

WHEN it comes to flying Down Under on business there is only one way to go and that's direct as possible and in business class or first class only. There are a number of options to get down to Australia... via London with British Airways or Qantas, or the more direct route out of Dublin with Etihad or Emirates via Abu Dhabi or Dubai.

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BY THE LIGHT OF THE SILVERY MOON

ANDREA McVEIGH visits little known Indian state of Gujarat and the white desert of the famous Rann of Kutch…

UNDER the light of a dazzling full moon, we crunched across a vast white plain, our prints leaving impressions on the brittle silvery crystals underfoot. There was nothing else to see on the landscape, no trees, no buildings, no vehicles, just a few dozen people under a shining moon, walking en masse towards nothingness.

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TRAVELLING THROUGH GEORGIA

With a fascinating culture and history, wonderful scenery, fabulous food and wine, ROBIN NOWACKI visits Georgia…

WHEN boarding the connecting midnight flight in Istanbul to travel on to Georgia - I knew little of this small country situated between Russia and Turkey with Azerbaijan and Armenia borders and a Black Sea coast.

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CONVICTS LEFT RICH LEGACY

NIGEL HEATH completes his odyssey Down Under with a visit to VanDiemen’s Land or Tasmania as it’s better known…

WE WERE bound for Van Diemen's Land and what an amazing place Tasmania is especially as you can see much of what this stunningly beautiful and mountainous island has to offer in a two week self drive circumnavigation.

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Take a ride on the new Borders Railway

To celebrate the building of the first new railway line in the United Kingdom for 100 years COLIN McALPIN goes reiving around the Scottish Border region…

SCOTLAND has got into training and reversed the trend started way back in l969 when the notorious Dr Beeching was charged with cutting the United Kingdom's railway system... a spanking new service, the Borders Railway, was officially opened in September last year by the Queen, and proved to be an overnight success that in its first month 125,000 passengers heeded the all aboard call.

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