Here’s a tip, should you ever be invited to dangle off the edge of the world: have a pee before you settle in for the night. I’ve come to Rhoscolyn, on the west coast of Anglesey, to sleep on a “portaledge”. Billed as cliff camping, it’s the first of its kind in the UK. It’s also the barmiest accommodation ever. A ripstop-nylon tray stretched over an aluminium frame and hung from webbing, the portaledge was perfected by climbers in the early 1990s for multi-day ascents.
Come on in, the water’s perishing: under the ice in the Lac du Lou, in Val Thorens ANDY PARANTI’m in Val Thorens, in the French Alps. Most people come to Europe’s highest ski resort — unsurprisingly — to ski. But not me. I’m here to do a spot of diving, and you can see why that might be problematic.
Stiniva, Vis Johanna Huber/SIME/4Corners Stiniva, VisOn Croatia's most distant island, park near Zuzec hamlet to find the goat track down into this wild amphitheatre that's almost walled up within cliffs. Shade is guaranteed. Space isn't - Stiniva made headlines in 2016 as the best beach in Europe. Come soon.Bacvice, SplitBecause this is Split, style-centre of Dalmatia, Bacvice is a place to people-watch. Morning coffee is with workers.
@duncancraig_@ST_Travel Brilliant rant. Worse when said announcements are in 2 languages; telling you what the weather is at a destination 18 flippin hours away (so what?) or what the captain's name is (and?) or that we're at 38,000ft (your point being?). And each time pausing the film
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