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An insider's guide to the world.
12 Posts
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68 Following
An insider's guide to the world.
#MondayBlues at Wara, a heady cross between a Moroccan casbah and a Patagonian estate in Chile. This is one of the area's coolest places to hide out: spacious and rambling, with intimate courtyards and jazz soundtracks. In the October issue, on sale now from the link in our bio, take a road trip across the Atacama Desert. 📸 @jennyzarins
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Granite pillars, azure lakes and steppes filled with grazing guanacos – this is Torres del Paine, a national park in Patagonia.
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In the October 2019 issue, on sale now from the link in our bio, we explore the curious metropolis of Kolkata. Built to equal European capitals for palatial grandeur, it is at once regal and ramshackle, intense and invigorating, drawing wanderers ready to hurtle into the hubbub. Read the full story in the new issue, on sale now at the link in our bio. 📸 @analuiphotography
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#Sunday in the bathroom at Ruckomechi, a real charmer of a safari camp on a kilometre of riverfront in Zimbabwe. 📸 @crookesandjackson
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Not the Grand Canyon, but more than 500 miles north-east of Arizona – Utah's Canyonlands National Park, which can be seen on an epic, slo-mo train journey across the USA, from Chicago to San Francisco. Read the full story at the link in bio now. 📸 @tom_parker_photographer
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With its grass-roofed houses, rocky coastlines, the Faroe Islands – a self-governed volcanic archipelago – is one of the most beautiful places in the world. See the full list of the 50 prettiest places to visit at the link in bio now.
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The Sharjah desert's terracotta sands are broken up by undulating dunes. There is nothing else here but this mirage-like concrete box, a new hotel and spa, an hour east of Dubai, that feels completely isolated. Read more about the Sharjah Collection at the link in bio now. 📸 Fernando Guerra / ANARCHITECT
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Vines cover the Douro Valley's steep hills. This is one of the oldest wine-producing lands in the world, peppered with twisty roads and centuries-old farmhouses. It's also one of the best places to visit in September for warmer weather and blue skies – see the full round-up now at the link in bio.
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