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Travel Story: Blitzed port city comes into its own
STEVE MCKENNA discovers Le Havre on a cruise ship stop.
The Travel Club Show : What to Wear in Antarctica
From November to March, expedition cruise ships head south to Antarctic. And with mid-year sales in outdoor gear stores starting around now, travellers who have booked and paid for this experience of a lifetime are asking STEPHEN SCOURFIELD what they should buy, what they should wear, and just how cold it will be. So here’s our guide to gearing up…
Our World: Bear necessities of life
MOGENS JOHANSEN captures the joy of Grinder the grizzly, who is thriving in captivity.
Arrivals & Departures: Compact pods a sleeping giant
MOGENS JOHANSEN explores the rise in small-format accommodation.
Travel Story: Foodies rejoice in bounty of Bordeaux
Bordeaux is best known for its wine, but its food goes hand in hand. And this is a landscape of abundance famous for both local rustic and fine cuisine. STEPHEN SCOURFIELD follows his nose around the famous port city and finds bistros, brasseries and markets aplenty.
TRAVEL GUIDE Modern Cruising: Edge of glory on a stunning new liner
Is the new Celebrity ship a game changer? STEVE McKENNA steps aboard the ship to find the answer.
Photography: Glacier Bay, Alaska
There is a loud crack followed by a low rumble. The Marjerie glacier is calving – large pieces of glacial ice cascades into the icy water below. In that instant they become growlers bobbing up and down in the water as they slowly become accustomed to their new environment... Hear journalist and photographer Mogens Johansen recount some of the most exciting moments in his recent 7-day cruise from Vancouver along the scenic inside passage to Alaska, as we look at some of his spectacular photographs. You can read the full story in this Saturday's Weekend West travel liftout.
Our World: Throwing in the towel
Stephen Scourfield gets to grips with a traveller’s best friend.
Travel Story: Live the Dream on a South-East Asia Cruise
Dream Cruises? Never heard of them? We like to bring you new travel suggestions, and we like this one, sailing from Singapore. MICHAEL FERRANTE joins the ship.
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