Month: August 2019

Head west for bale-tossing, sheep-shearing, cream teas and breathtaking views.  What’s so special about Widecombe-in-the-Moor? Well, plenty. For a start, it’s arguably the prettiest of Dartmoor’s villages. A photogenic ensemble of village green shaded by oak, chestnut and copper beech trees, a loftily-towered church and ancient, grey-stone dwellings, Widecombe-in-the-Moor sits in a sheltered valley setting,
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Geri and Nick Lefebre built their own distillery together, and they source all of their ingredients locally within a 33-mile radius of their distillery. Ethanology Distillation Ethanology is, well, the study of alcohol. Or, it’s one of the most hyper-local, if not the most hyper-local, microdistilleries in the country. This tiny distillery, Ethanology Distillation, which
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(CNN) — Celebrated for its versatility, bamboo plays a huge role in daily Vietnamese life, used in everything from construction to home decor. But a unique show from Hanoi takes this fast-growing, woody plant to a whole other level. Dubbed the world’s first bamboo circus, Lang Toi — or My Village — is one of
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(CNN) — India might just be the most colorful country in the world. It’s a land of otherworldly landscapes for travel — from stunning lakes and endless rolling plains to the snow-capped Himalayas in the north. It’s also home to wild festivals, romantic mausoleums and some of the most hectic cities in the world. To
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We need to stop flying so much and start taking more trains. Here’s why.  1. They are safer There’s some debate over whether planes or trains are safer, and it all depends on how you measure it. If it’s deaths per billion miles flown, then planes win, but planes fly a very long way. But
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Jack and Katrina recount their experience at Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum in Weston, West Virginia. This notoriously haunted hospital housed thousands of mentally ill patients over a dark 130-year-old history. Visit TravelChannel.com to learn more about Portals to Hell. In this series, Jack Osbourne and Katrina Weidman investigate the world’s most sinister haunted locations they suspect
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