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LONDON, July 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- - A 7 day journey with 7 illustrators from 7 different countries to discover the essence of the 7 beautiful
MANCHESTER, England, April 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Leading online travel agent On the Beach has revealed that holidays to the Canary Islands are becoming increasingly popular with their customers.
They gracefully swim through the complete darkness of submarine caves, constantly on the lookout for prey. Instead of eyes, predatory crustaceans of the class Remipedia rely on long antennae which search the lightless void in all directions.
An Air Europa airplane was able to successfully land next to a beach on the Spanish holiday island of Lanzarote after overshooting a runway, officials say.
By Katy Holland If you're stuck for somewhere to run away to this half term, may I suggest the Happy Islands, better known as the Canaries. They're the perfect retreat for families desperate to escape the gloom. Perhaps a peaceful rustic mansion set among citrus trees is what's needed.
By John Lichfield As a novelist, Michel Houellebecq has long been the enfant terrible of French literature. As a film director, according to initial reactions to his first movie, he is simply terrible.
THREE more flights have been added to Cardiff Airport's summer timetable for those looking for a late August getaway. Travel operator Thomas Cook has put on more flights to Arrecife in Lanzarote, San Antonio on Ibiza and Marmaris in Turkey.
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