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A beautiful aquatic adventure!

The British Isles are dotted with a wide variety of epic coastal, country and historic walks, all easily accessible via public transport. We present our top five multi-day treks in the UK. On Foot Holidays The South West Coast Path Thamespathwalk Love GREAT Britain

Get ski-ready at the UK's top indoor ski centres. See our guide here: The Snow Centre Snozone Chill Factore SnowDome

Travel writer, Alexis Zahner, shares her Moroccan adventure with us: Mermaid Tales Adventure Encounters Travel Visit Morocco - Moroccan National Tourist Office

Now this is one inspiring lady.

An insider's look at the world's most intense mountain-biking race: #CapeEpic Cape Epic Mountain biking SPOT Africa Inspired Summit Adventures. Thank you Go And Travel magazine.

It’s madness that the average person (US) uses 167 plastic bottles annually when many of us can simply drink our tap water. 75% of the billions of plastic bottles produced every year end up polluting our lands and oceans. Bottle caps are currently non-recyclable and are particularly lethal to a variety of ocean species. Besides causing outrageous environmental damage, plastic bottles also contain Bisphenol A (BPA), which has been proven to be HAZARDOUS TO HUMAN HEALTH. Opt instead for a refillable BPA-free bottle or drink tap water from a glass. #timetotakeaction #shareifyouagree Environmental Investigation Agency Sustainability

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Wow - now this is one way to get back into tiptop shape!

Healthy eating tips shared by our yoga expert! Stewart Norman Marianne Wiid Erin Sprong Taru Jaroszynska Megan Carla Schumann Om Yoga Show, London Yoga International Yoga Inspiration The House of Yoga Zoshia Shepherd Genia Nowicki Romy Chevallier

We chat to our yoga expert, Zoelle Horowitz, to get the lowdown on yogi-centric healthy eating: