Can you guess where these idyllic beaches are?

All the beaches have lens-baiting bays and soft sand visitors will be itching to dig their toes into But their locations prove that it’s not just the tropics that have the best beaches  Scroll down and feast your eyes on the pictures. Their locations are revealed at the very bottom of the article By Ted…

Engineer uses tape for a quick fix on an easyJet engine

The clip was filmed at Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport on Tuesday  A technician removed some tape already in place, then laid fresh tape down Easyjet says it’s a high-speed metallic tape that does not compromise safety By Ted Thornhill for MailOnline Startling footage has emerged of an easyJet engineer repairing an engine using tape. The clip…

The Inescapable Poet of Nicaragua –

When you know hi you see him anywhere. He is at the airport and at the playground. He is from the resort entrance and in the theatre. I caught a glimpse of him around the side of a lender at Managua. Currently the poet, diplomat and enthusiast of Nicaragua put at my feet, very much…

Peru’s abundant ruins feel the squeeze of urbanization

An estimated 46,000 pre-colonial sites dot Peru, with about 400 in Lima The city is home to the biggest number of pre-colonial zones in South America Yet official data show Peru spends only enough to protect just 1% of those sites By Associated Press From her small home near two golf courses and three slums,…

Bus will rescue drunken festive revellers on Tokyo trains

The special bus service is being organised by transport bosses for the 4th year  It will pick up worse-for-wear passengers who are stranded in town of Takao Special service will then take worse-for-wear revellers back to Hachioji suburb There party-goers can either make their way home or check into a cheap hotel   By Jennifer…

From the South and North, New (and Crucial) Civil Rights Reserved –

A couple of years ago representatives from South state tourism departments assembled at Georgia State University to begin work on what could eventually become the country’s first civil rights path. They understood their nations had been sprinkled with landmarks which commemorated important events in the battle for racial equality. In Arkansas, by way of instance,…

Review of Virgin Atlantic’s upper class Dreamliner cabin

MailOnline Travel’s Ted Thornhill flew upper class from Heathrow to Johannesburg and back He was whisked to the upper class wing at Heathrow in a limo first then quaffed champagne in the lounge On board he enjoyed the gourmet food, cocktail bar and comfy leather seat, and the chirpy service However, it wasn’t perfection at…

How you can become a gentleman plane passenger revealed 

2,000 people in the UK rated men’s most annoying habits when flying  65 per cent of people consider being drunk onboard a big in-air sin A gentleman helps people with their luggage and doesn’t push to get off first By Georgina Wilson-Powell for MailOnline Flying is always a stressful business – and thoughtless behaviour from…

Rubén Darío’s Nicaragua –

As soon as you know hi you see him anywhere. He is at the airport and at the playground. He is from the resort entrance and in the theatre. I caught a glimpse of him across the side of a lender at Managua. Today the poet, diplomat and fanatic of Nicaragua put at my feet,…