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Europe’s largest Pacific art show about to open in London

Europe's largest Pacific art show about to open in London

The dynamic relationships between the peoples of the Pacific underpins a major new art exhibition opening in London this month. Oceania will be the largest collection of Pacific art ever on show in Europe. Ahu ula (feather cloak) belonging to Liholoho, Kamehameha II, Early 19th century. Feathers, fibre, painted barkcloth ...

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Weak Australian dollar puts travellers in a quandary

With the Australian dollar expected to skirt US70¢ from about US72¢ now, those travelling overseas face a dilemma of whether to lock in spending money now or wait in the hope of an improvement in the Australian dollar. One Australian dollar was buying about US80¢ in January and February of ...

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Your guide to Singapore Airlines’ Business Travel Programmes

Your guide to Singapore Airlines' Business Travel Programmes

by Staff Writers | September 5, 2018 Do your employees frequently travel to Asia and beyond? If so, Singapore Airlines’ Business Travel Programmes may be able to save you money or help you earn greater rewards faster. With two different programmes that cater to different business sizes and requirements, you’ll ...

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The difference between travelling and taking a holiday

The difference between travelling and taking a holiday

The difference between travelling and taking a holiday Fairy-tales really do come true: stay in a grand castle and wake up like royalty. But don’t get lost, you’ll end up in the prison tower! You have a choice when you leave for that big overseas trip. There are two ways ...

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Match: How shared accommodations brought this travelling duo together

Match: How shared accommodations brought this travelling duo together

Open this photo in gallery John Ricard and Colleen Roberts. Match profiles an interesting couple each week. Interested in being featured? your story at match@globeandmail.com Who: John Ricard, 65, high-school teacher, Colleen Roberts, 63, urban planner Relationship status: Married since 1983 Story continues below Location: Windermere, B. C. Boy walks ...

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Weak Australian dollar puts travellers in a quandary

With the Australian dollar expected to skirt US70¢ from about US72¢ now, those travelling overseas face a dilemma of whether to lock in spending money now or wait in the hope of an improvement in the Australian dollar. One Australian dollar was buying about US80¢ in January and February of ...

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The eight dining mistakes we make when travelling the world

According to Melbourne nutrition and health coach Anna Block, people often forget that in developing countries such as Thailand, water may be contaminated with bacteria, parasites and viruses that your gut flora isn’t used to. “It leaves you with an aching tummy, cramps, diarrhoea or constipation. Some viruses can even ...

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