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The UK's top 10 most-wanted properties on Airbnb

A comprehensive new list has revealed the ten most popular options on Airbnb across the UK - as determined by the site's millions of users across the globe.

The world's biggest creepy-crawlies revealed

From the giant huntsman spider of Laos to the highly aggressive Asian giant hornet, these are the creepy-crawlies you won't have any trouble spotting on holiday.

Qatar Airways launches double beds in business class

Qatar Airways has launched the first-ever double bed in business class - via a daily Boeing 777 service from London Heathrow.

Skis, saunas, sleighs and Santa: The Lapland of luxury

A Place In The Sun's Laura Hamilton embraces the festive season early with a trip to Finland’s northernmost region - and returns full of cheer.

Let's raise a glass to Madeira, says Frank Barrett

The Mail on Sunday's Travel Editor, Frank Barrett, celebrates the famous island that brought us cake, fortified wine - and much more.

Grab that cheap flight now - it may be your final chance!

The Mail on Sunday's Frank Barrett explores whether the trend for budget airlines can last - or if our days of friendly (and inexpensive) skies are numbered.

Henry Blofeld gets a taste of fourteen treasured islands

There is something romantic, not to say Long John Silver-ish, about island-hopping in the Caribbean, writes The Mail on Sunday's Henry Blofeld.

'Aussie Rules' family Disco 4X4 tows 110 tonne road train

The Land Rover's feat of pulling seven linked together trailers was achieved along a closed off stretch of the Lasseter Highway in Australia’s remote Northern Territory.

Ryanair flight chaos: How you can fight back

About 400,000 Ryanair passengers have had their flights cancelled at the last minute — ruining their hopes of a smooth autumn getaway.

The STUNNING plans for an eco-friendly holiday resort

A French architect, 40, who was so fearful of pollution damaging the Western Pacific has created a dazzling vision for green builds - and could transform how resorts are designed.

Where vaping could lead to confiscation, fines and PRISON

Strict laws outside of the UK, where vaping is legal, are causing hapless Brits abroad to risk fines - or worse - should they be caught using e-cigarettes.

The hostel on Australia's Gold Coast that's made from SAND

Ever wanted a hotel by the beach? The aptly-titled Sand hostel, in Australia's Gold Coast, goes one better: it's built entirely from 24 tonnes of local sand.

Is Italy's Campi Flegrei volcano about to erupt?

Researchers from the University of Aberdeen have pinpointed the location of the hot zone where magma is building up beneath the Campi Flegrei volcano outside the western suburbs of Naples.

Trendy craft beers mark new drinking trending in Dubai

The United Arab Emirates may be an unlikely place to enjoy an ice-cold pint of American craft beer - but that's exactly what's happening in bars across Dubai.

TripAdvisor awards reveals the world’s best museums

The world's very best museums have been revealed in a definitive new poll. And Manhattan's Metropolitan Museum of Art has scooped the top accolade - for the third consecutive year.

WWII kamikaze boat remains found underwater off Japan

Half a mile off the coast of Japan, a diver has discovered what appears to be the remains of Shinyo kamikaze boats deliberately sunk to the seafloor, 32 meters (105ft) deep.

Review of the Macq01 hotel in Tasmania

MailOnline's Sarah Fitzmaurice discovers that the Macq01 is the icing on the cake of Hobart's glitzy harbour area - but it doesn't let its guests forget the area's not-so-glamorous past...

Ryanair accused of misleading customers over compensation

The airline's cancellations will cause havoc over the next six weeks, leaving passengers stranded or out of pocket. Boss Michael O'Leary has admitted: 'It is clearly a mess.'

Borrow A Boat lets you holiday like a millionaire for less

They are usually reserved for the super-rich. But yachting holidays could become the new normal after one British entrepreneur launched a boat-sharing business inspired by Airbnb.

Boeing to trial turbulence-detecting lasers

Seattle-based Boeing will trial remote-sensing lidar technology in 2018, which could give pilots up to 60 seconds warning about unseen turbulence ahead.

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