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Wednesday, August 29, 2018

A night in one of Norfolk’s most unusual sleepover venues

Solo travel represents freedom and independence, and is an experience everyone should encounter at least once says Emily Cotton

Live music has launched on some train journeys in our region, have your say on what you would like to hear on your commute by taking part in our poll.

Thunderstorms led to more than 150 Ryanair flights serving Stansted Airport being cancelled or delayed this morning.

Picnics are not just for teddy bears. Lynne Mortimer reviews the modern history of picnics.

Take the trip of a lifetime with Dragoman and Imaginative Traveller.

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis checks out De Kempervennen in The Netherlands.

Eileen Wise and Roger Hermiston saw South Africa by motorbike and sidecar - then got up close and personal with a Great White Shark

Ellis Barker got on board the Cathedrals Express for Steam Dream’s first trip from Ipswich to Salisbury earlier this month - and she 
loved every second

The Isle of Wight. Liz Nice followed in the footsteps of many of our greatest writers and poets on the island’s literary heroes trail

Lisbon is the epitome Portuguese culture. When visiting, don’t miss out on these must-see sights and eatery experiences.

Why not beat the winter blues by booking yourself a trip to one of these top travel destinations, as chosen by people in Norfolk and Suffolk.

It’s common knowledge that Norfolk offers all manner of diversity... except mountains. Don Black writes about discovering the fact late in life.

Eileen Wise and Roger Hermiston were drawn to Ireland, where the ‘peace comes dropping slow’

The phrase ‘Beeching Axe’ is back in the news, with Transport Secretary Chris Grayling saying some lost railways could be reopened. Steven Russell looks back to the day the planned cuts rocked East Anglia

Valencia could well be one of the best family city break destinations in Europe, says Charlotte Smith-Jarvis.

PAUL GEATER told viewers that if he and his daughter won Pointless he’d take his wife to Berlin. Three days after the programme was screened they were on the plane from Stansted. But what’s the German capital like for a Pointless break?

Last week we left Trans Euro Trail-blazer Ian Womack handing over his passport to police in Albania after being hit by another motorcyclist who fled the scene. But this low point turned into a highlight of his 10,000km adventure.

East Anglian action man Ian Womack – former soldier, ex-firefighter and all-round adventurer – is one of the first motorcyclists to tackle 10,000km of the new, dirt road Trans Euro Trail. In the first of a two-part feature he tells of the thrills and spills of this epic challenge.

Club La Santa, Lanzarote is an on-the-go volcanic-isle fitness oasis for those who are after a holiday that’s not all about lying on a beach and soaking up the sun.

Weekends have a tendency to disappear in a blur of swimming lessons, household chores and football matches, and it is not until you escape for a mini-break that you realise just what you can do in 48 hours.

Christmas is largely over-rated. There I have said it. Why would you want to fight over a parking space in Tesco when you could have the slopes to yourself in Sestriere?

The writing’s on the wall... or rather, it’s on social media as people opt for selfies instead of postcards.

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