Skiing for beginners: A gourmet weekend in Courmayeur is perfect for every foodie who has never skied

Published on Metro.co.uk on 20th February 2018

The one thing that puts many people off skiing for the first time, apart from say, a total dislike of snow and the cold, is the cost.

Skiing has this reputation of being an extremely expensive hobby where you’re having to fork out hundreds of pounds for passes and equipment before you’ve even hit the slopes.

That’s hundreds of pounds before you’ve even decided whether you might like the sport or not.

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The city break… Shanghai: From modern high rises to European-style buildings, see it all in 48 hours

Published in The Mail on Sunday on 11th February 2018

Also published on MailOnline

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Shanghai is best explored through its architecture, from the modern high-rises that epitomise its economic boom, to the European-style buildings that serve as reminders of foreign occupation in its recent history…

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There’s so much more to Jamaica than just beaches and Bob Marley – here’s what you should do instead

Published on Metro.co.uk on 6th February 2018

Think of Jamaica and images of stunning beaches and Bob Marley will probably enter your mind.

Quite right too – situated in the Caribbean sea, Jamaica certainly has an abundance of postcard-perfect coastlines to explore and Bob Marley is arguably the island’s best-known cultural icon.

But you may be more familiar with Jamaican exports than you think.

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