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Lorna Cowan

Travel expert Lorna Cowan lives by the sea in Dorset and enjoys walking, sailing and skiing.

Always eager to share top tips and ways to save time and money, Lorna is good person to ask for advice – she was once an agony aunt!

Latest Articles from Lorna

This beautiful country is home to unspoilt natural beauty, historic ancient cities, idyllic rugged coastlines and white sandy beaches. Read on to find out where it might be...
Travel Experiences

Top 10 destinations for 2018

From undiscovered beaches to epic adventures – set off in search of your dreams in 2018.

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Penguins on Boulders Beach, South Africa
Travel Experiences

Diving deep into the big blue

Capture the action in oceans near Costa Rica, the Canaries, South Africa & South America.

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Manta ray on cleaning station in Komodo national park
Travel Experiences

Exploring the world’s wonderful coral reefs

Discover undersea mega-cities that flourish with life.

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Biggest predators in the world in blue ocean. Pod of sperm whales swimming off the coast of Sao Miguel Azores
Travel Experiences

Discovering the planet’s deepest realms

Holidays inspired by episode two of BBC1's Blue Planet II

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Praslin Island, Seychelles
Travel Experiences

The World's greatest oceans

Inspired by the new series of Blue Planet II? Discover the word's great oceans for yourself.

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Tourist resort balcony overlooking a stunning tropical beach
Travel Experiences

The benefits of a relaxing all-inclusive holiday

Relax and take it easy on an all-inclusive break

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Departure board at airport
Travel Experiences

The benefits of flying from a regional airport

Get you holiday off to a great start when you fly from a regional airport

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Castle Stalker, Argyll
Relationships

Romantic days out in Scotland

Our pick of great dates to enjoy this Valentine’s Day.

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Monkey in Jaipur, India
Travel Experiences

Holidays to captivating cities around the world

Enjoy a break inspired by the latest Planet Earth II’s ‘cities’ episode.

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