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International Traveller September - November 2017

Turn your dreams into reality, with International traveller you will be guided to the most irresistible destinations in the world. Whether you're after an adventure, or a luxury escape this magazine has got you covered

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editor’s letter

The train in Spain is mainly luxury – when it’s El Transcantábrico on p84; Get the blues (and ceruleans and indigos) in Morocco on p128. Keep your eyes on the colourful skies of Norway on p115; , Make new friends in the Galapagos on p100; Putting together our annual 100 issue is a highlight for the International Traveller team. It affords us real insight into what you, our readers, are thinking about, dreaming about, planning for. The final list that starts on page 63 is made up entirely of your suggestions for the 100 things you want to see and experience before you hit your own personal century, garnered from the question asked in our recent Reader’s Choice survey.The thing that always delights me when…

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CAN YOU SEE YOURSELF HERE? WE CAN. WIN A LIFE-CALMING BREAK TO NEW CALEDONIA ($2730), STAYING IN THE LUXURY BUNGALOWS OF SHERATON NEW CALEDONIA DEVA RESORT & SPA. AND, NATURALLY, AIRCALIN HAS COME TO THE PARTY TO COVER AIRFARES TOO. SWEET NYC: FROM CRONUTS TO CRACK PIE One city. Three months. 373 desserts. Sound sweet? Yasmin Newman reveals her favourite finds (salty honey pie, anyone?) during her monumental sugary sabbatical. SEARCH: ‘CRONUTS’ SURVIVING LONG HAUL WITH MUNCHKINS Ryan Reynolds summed up many parents’ fears when he said he’d “rather drink a piping hot bowl of liquid rabies than get on a plane” with his children. But you can survive a long-haul flight with a baby. SEARCH: ‘LONG HAUL’ LET’S GET…

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wild world of sports

Fashion brand Pigalle and design lab Ill-Studio, with support from Nike, recently teamed up to revitalise a basketball court in Paris’s funky 9th arrondissement, to stunning effect. The infinitely Instagrammable sliver of concrete wedged between the distinctly Parisian architecture on Pigalle’s Rue Duperré is a kaleidoscope of ombre purples and pinks bordered by primary-drenched geometric shapes. ■…

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pillow talk

NOBU HOTEL IBIZA BAY, IBIZA Ibiza has seen a revival of late, and the latest brand to get in on the action is Nobu (yes, as in the celebrated Japanese restaurants). On the shores of Talamanca Bay, the resort has a barefoot-luxe feel and boasts 152 guest rooms and suites, two private seafront pools, a spa, boutique shopping, and, of course, a new Nobu restaurant. HOTEL G YANGON, MYANMAR Located at the heart of Yangon’s vibrant entertainment neighbourhood, Hotel G Yangon is the city’s first lifestyle hotel. With intuitive technology and super-fast connectivity, the property has an understated style and creatively designed social spaces that tick the box with millennials and modern nomads alike. Added to its 85 rooms is a premium all-day eatery with…

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what’s on

11 OCTOBER – 2 JANUARY, MODERNISM ON THE GANGES: RAGHUBIR SINGH PHOTOGRAPHS; NEW YORK, USA HEAD TO THE MET BREUER TO DISCOVER THE DYNAMIC WORK OF RAGHUBIR SINGH, WHO PIONEERED COLOUR STREET PHOTOGRAPHY AND CAPTURED INDIA LIKE NEVER BEFORE. METMUSEUM.ORG 26 NOVEMBER MONKEY BUFFET FESTIVAL; LOPBURI, THAILAND Delight in the spectacle of long-tailed macaques tucking into a feast of colourful fruit during the Monkey Buffet Festival, a popular event that has been held since 1989 in Lopburi – a laid-back town 150 kilometres north of Bangkok – outside the ruins of an old Khmer temple. 1-2 NOVEMBER DAY OF THE DEAD; MEXICOMexico's Day of the Dead is a chance to experience the country at its most colourful and carnivalesque. Celebrations to…

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nine before 90

1. ENJOY A COLD BREW AFTER SEEING PRAGUE’S ARCHITECTURAL WONDERS. Having been the capital of the Holy Roman Empire, the Hapsburg Dynasty, and the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Prague has accumulated an amazing history and endless incredible sights over the centuries. Add to this the fact that the Czech Republic has the world’s highest annual per-capita consumption of beer (142 litres per annum to be precise) and you have a country that is worth drinking in, figuratively and literally! enticing-eastern-europe-11-days 2. SEE SNOW MONKEYS IN THE VOLCANIC HOT SPRINGS OF JAPAN’S JIGOKU VALLEY. While you might be tempted to join them if it’s a cold day, instead take the chance to photograph these cheeky primates, and reflect on just how similar we actually are, revelling in the…