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The Experts... Advice

I'd like to go on a fitness holiday, but I'm not really into gyms and I find boot camps terrifying. I'd also like some pampering spa treatments. Do you have any ideas?

Condé Nast Traveller, July 2014

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The world's best family hotels - Anassa, Cyprus

Cyprus is gloriously hot at Easter and autumn half-term, but its trump card for those travelling with under fours is that it's less than five hours on a plane from London, saving you the hell of long-haul. And luckily, the nannies from Scott Dunn (English-speaking, young, smiley) are on hand to absolve you of a moment's guilt about disentangling yourself for a few hours (or 9.30am-5.30pm, if you prefer).

Condé Nast Traveller, April 2014

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Medicine man

A rarity: an amazing man who looks like a gap-year student, used to be a zookeeper (he loves gorillas) and is now a healer. Paul Lennard has an uncanny ability to read people's energy and highlight any issues. Then he addresses them through an eclectic mix of sports massage, Chi Nei Tsang (Chinese tummy massage) and craniosacral therapy.

Condé Nast Traveller, July 2014

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