The Red Arrows are the world’s best-known fast jet display team. Last autumn, the Squadron flew to the Middle East for Exercise Eastern Hawk, an intensive and spectacular ten-country promotional tour. Our writer, Jonathan Bell, looks at what it takes to stage such a dynamic display of the best of British.

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With an abundance of natural beauty – including spectacular mountains, isolated deserts and remote turquoise beaches – Oman is the perfect destination for those wanting to go straight to the heart of Arabia’s ancient soul, without sacrificing modern day comforts.

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Take the time to discover the unique wines of the Eastern Mediterranean, where ancient grape varieties are utilised to their full potential by using modern techniques, creating some of the world’s most distinctive wines.

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Istanbul offers some of the best hamams in the world, but there’s a certain etiquette to using them that visitors should remember.

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There’s one way to kill quality tequila: shot it with salt and lime. Mica Rousseau, head mixologist at Four Seasons in Mexico City, explains the proper way to down Mexico’s most famous drink.

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Mexico has mega cities, tiny pueblos, tropical jungles and ancient Mayan ruins but, thanks to a little help from 007, it’s the country’s cultural day of the dead celebrations and iconic sugar skulls that have grabbed the world’s attention.

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When it comes to eating, drinking and partying, the Lebanese really know how to enjoy themselves. Beirut is a food lover’s paradise that’s best experienced through its restaurant scene.

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New for 2017, the latest flybridge model in Sunseeker’s legendary Manhattan line combines expansive and luxurious interior spaces with the exemplary performance and handling for which the marque is renowned.

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It has distinctive style and spectacular spaces. It promises pacy performance with effortless elan. Turning heads from Miami to the Maldives, Sunseeker’s new 95 Yacht guarantees a transformative cruising experience.

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What makes a Sunseeker look like a Sunseeker? the design team decodes the elements and inspirations that underpin Sunseeker’s distinctive facades, raiding the archives to revisit some iconic models on the way.

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Gone are the days of limited interior finishes and standard colour schemes – the new breed of Sunseeker can be bespoke right out of the box, with an ever-evolving range of exciting and cutting-edge customisation possibilities

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Meet the new wave of restaurants stepping into the limelight that has shone on Scandinavia since the success of Copenhagen’s groundbreaking gastronomic hub

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For first-time yacht buyers, Sunseeker offers a range of vessels that are perfectly positioned to set you off on a voyage of excitement and adventure.

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Making a fashionably late arrival to the international dinner party, Filipino food is ready to join Chinese, Thai, and Vietnamese in the global embrace of Asian cuisine. Cooking up vibrant feasts inspired by their unique heritage and colonial influences, Manila’s chefs are raising the profile of this last, great, undiscovered corner of the gastronomic world.

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Once an unremarkable side street in Hong Kong’s shipping district, Ship Street has emerged as one of the city’s most exciting foodie destinations.

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It takes confidence and bravery to allow a camera crew to document the biggest challenge your company has tackled to date, but Sunseeker showcased exactly that when it invited production company Tuesday’s child on board to capture the build of the brand’s 131 yacht.

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Jersey cuisine is going through an exciting resurgence. a new wave of restaurants is delighting diners with dishes rich in rustic treasures fresh from the local land and sea.

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Incorporating ancient aboriginal wisdom and powerful local ingredients, Australia’s finest eco spas offer guests unrivalled locations, organic treatments and luxury-inspired tranquility.

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It all began with 420 lobsters. That was the quantity of crustaceans, along with three kilos of caviar and 17 kilos of foie gras, that Tasmanian gambling-millionaire-turned-art-collector David Walsh

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