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Travel News: Nobu Hotel Ibiza Bay

The Balearic Islands most exciting new luxury five-star resort, Nobu Hotel Ibiza Bay, a member of the globally recognised Small Luxury Hotels of the World (SLH), is set to open on 30th June 2017. Located on the shores of Talamanca Bay, the sophisticated yet fun loving beach retreat will be like nowhere else in Ibiza.

Ibiza Bay is designed to be the ultimate playground for grown-ups. The Ibizan style rooms and suites, two private seafront pools, restaurants, spa, boutique, adult and family experiences have been carefully curated to provide guests with the finest, authentic island escape, without ever having to leave the resort.

MC Hotels, the owners of Spains iconic Marbella Club and Puente Romano and London & Regional have set a vision to create Nobu Hotel Ibiza Bay as a lifestyle beach resort in Ibiza, and distinct from all other offerings on the island, said Trevor Horwell, Chief Executive of Nobu Hospitality. Nobus global customers will be excited and passionate about this unique and fun luxury resort and will become another destination on the growing map of Nobu Hotels and Nobu Restaurants.

Ideally positioned on the white sandy beaches of Talamanca Bay, two kilometres north of Ibiza Town (a UNESCO World Heritage site) and a leisurely fifteen minutes walk from trendy boutiques and clubs of Marina Botafoch; Nobu Hotel Ibiza Bay offers stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea.

Offering three restaurants and a pool bar, Ibiza Bay is a food lovers paradise. There are no fixed agendas; breakfast is served at guests leisure and spontaneous lunches blend into vivacious nights.

Savour Nobu Matsuhisas signature Japanese fusion dishes, as well as special creations inspired by Ibiza itself at Nobu, the resorts signature restaurant. Chambao, in collaboration with El Chiringuito de Es Cavallet is Ibiza Bays laidback chiringuito. The freshly prepared seafood is as much of the attraction as the cocktails and beach vibe. At night, Chambao is the place to be for chilled-out parties with family and friends. The Peyote Group is bringing the vibrant spirit of modern Mexico City to Ibiza with its contemporary and refined take on renowned Mexican food. For those looking for healthy fare, the deliciously wholesome caf Celicioso will recharge guests with mouth-watering gluten-free cuisine, nourishing juices and superfood salads.

From the sexy, immersive and fun culinary options to the 152 rooms and suites, every detail at Ibiza Bay has been designed with the guests comfort in mind. Inspired by the colours of the island, rooms are decorated with soft furnishings, natural wood, and artisan ceramics, using a colour palette of whites, golds and blues. Tasteful details like mother-of-pearl inlay and hand-blown pendant lights lend a lavish yet comfortable feel to the rooms. Floor-to-ceiling windows and open terraces mean guests will wake to the scent of wild jasmine and fall asleep to the sound of the crashing waves, whilst luxurious Natura Bisse amenities offer pre-and post-beach pampering.

The expansive Presidential and Royal Suites boast grand terraces overlooking the Mediterranean, an outdoor Jacuzzi, sprawling living room and private bar. Accommodation options vary from Cool and Deluxe rooms to Junior and Grand Suites.

Ibiza Bay brings the first Six Senses Spa to the island. Mindful journeys, indulgent treatments, a yoga pavilion, state of the art gymnasium, blow dry bar, manicure/pedicure salons and indoor cabins, outdoor roof terraces & beach cabanas allow guests to spa wherever they desire.

Offering unparalleled fun, Nobu Hotel Ibiza Bays Kids Club is engaging and exploratory, so much so that grown-ups will want to become kids again. From bohemian foraging sessions to a cookery school and Ibizan inspired programmes; Ibiza Bays Kids Club is imaginative and innovative.

At Nobu Hotel Ibiza Bay, indulgence and serenity cohabit peacefully. Rates start at 490 Euros per night, based on double occupancy.

Shayne Heffernan Funds Manager at HEFFX holds a Ph.D. in Economics and brings with him over 25 years of trading experience in Asia and hands on experience in Venture Capital, he has been involved in several start ups that have seen market capitalization over $500m and 1 that reach a peak market cap of $15b. He has managed and overseen start ups in Mining, Shipping, Technology and Financial Services.

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A huge fan of old school dance music? Well you might want to clear your diary for Sunday, April 30 and get yourself down to O2 Academy Newcastle for Keeping The Rave Alive.

Having already conquered numerous territories across the world with sell out events, the multi-award winning brand is presenting Neon Nation. With a line up featuring the biggest global superstars from the harder styles of dance music, the event is set to be one of the biggest parties in the Toon this year.

Already confirmed for the Bank Holiday Sunday are Kutzki, famous for being a DJ on Radio 1 and for providing the soundtrack for huge UK events like Parklife and Creamfields and hitting the decks abroad in the likes of Ibiza and Aya Napa and Darren Style, the world renowned DJ and man behind hits like Save Me and Ultrabeat collaboration Discolights.

Joining them are powerstomp pioneer Joey Riot, Italian hardstyle legend Technoboy and most recent addition to the lineup Italian Queen of Hardcore DJ AniMe.

On Keeping The Rave Alives Facebook page organisers promise that more big names will be announced in the very near future.

But if the lineup as it is is enough to whip you into a frenzy you can get your tickets from the Academy box office and online from Ticketweb.

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In 2010, Padley was attending an Ibiza afterparty when the music suddenly cut out. He plugged his iPhone into the party's speakers, and incidentally, one of his works-in-progress came on. Though Padley had admittedly not made the track with the intent

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Once upon a time in Goa, there was such a secret, underground party that the only way to find it was to get on your Enfield and follow the sound of the bass into the jungles of Karnataka. This was where I first met Gome Galily (find him on Instagram: @gome_galily_gomasala), barefoot on the dance floor with kohl under his eyes, a cascading waterfall on the right and betel nut trees on the left and a wall of speakers in the middle.

There is a theory that certain places in the world that have a very strong magnetic pullBali, Ibiza, Goa are a few of them. And if you think of the unique history of Goa, it actually proves this magnetism over and over again.

That a place like Goa has accepted and integrated so many thousands and thousands of amazingly freaky people (and I use the term freak in the best sense possible), that whether you are from Norway or Argentina you can live in this place, make it your home, have a family, is beautiful. But the interesting question here is that why do all these people from all over the world choose Goa? There are better beaches, better living conditions, better schools. so why?

An offer to dream Galily has been living and cooking in Goa every season of every year since his first ill-fated trip to India. He was 22-years-old and was robbed of all earthly possessions, and yet, describes his journey here as this: I always have this feeling when I land in India, when I give my passport at the immigration counter and when I get the stampthis stamp for me is like an offer to dream! It kind of says, Okay, now your dreams can come true! And I have had so many dreams that have happened here, so many magic moments!

Galily describes himself as a terribly fussy eater as a kid and found himself in the kitchen to make sure his mother or cousin didnt sneak in spinach or onion into his food. While cooking for himself, he realised that if you sweat the onions a little more they become sweet and if you just blanch the broccoli you can stop it from becoming stinky and soggy.

His first trip to India became a discovery of his inner chef when he met Ilan Dascal, owner of the famous backpacker restaurant La Muella in Arambol and started working for food and boarding. He found himself chasing a girl to Scandinavia and when he couldnt find a job, he found himself doing a lot of strange, traveller work such as making pancakes in rock festivals in Copenhagen and cooking dabba-style meals for friends.

Chance encountersGalily describes this beautiful restaurant he used to pass on his way home from his shopping trips where every day he would sit and smoke cigarettes and watch them cook out of this open kitchen that looked like an aquarium. One day the chef came out and asked me, Whats your story?, and I told him that Im curious about what they are doing here and Ive been saving money to come and try the food! So he offered me a job and asked me my name. And when I asked him his name, he told meRene Redzepi!

Of course Galily didnt instantly become a sous chef at Noma, he was a helper, a babu in his words. This was the year before Noma won best restaurant of the year for a gazillion years in a row.

This brief stint at Noma opened doors to internships at French Michelin starred restaurants, where Galily got more and more disinterested in the style of cooking and found himself eating at Thai or Japanese restaurants on his days off.

Freestyle KitchenThrough six degrees of separation via La Muella, Arambol, Galily met some Bollywood people who had something to do with Slumdog Millionaire who then offered him a job at the Cannes Film Festival. He stayed back in the South of France and survived for a while on one piece of Camembert, one baguette and one bottle of amazing red wine per day till he came across the old, rich owner of a yacht. He offered to cook him lunch for free (Coeur de Beouf Tomato Carpaccio with Zucchini Flowers stuffed with Shrimp and Black Truffle Mousse). From that boat, Galily moved to a bigger boat and then to a huge boat where he was flying in fish from Japan and was cooking for 45 guests and 40 crew members every day.

Outgrowing the backpacker vibe, Galily has been cooking freestyle at Matsya in Pernem since 2013, where he has a degustation-style menu made with market fresh produce. The last meal we had there was truly beautiful, a real showcase of this traveller chefs journey across time and spacethere was a revelatory oyster with fresh coconut cream, mango and jalapeno, corn polenta that was a pool of liquid gold, cocoa cappelletti with truffle ponzu broth and a tuna macaron! He is also back to his La Muella roots with his old partners in Ibiza where they have opened a modern bistro in the day that turns into a funky Asian dining space in the nights.

To India with loveWhen asked about his connection India and why he keeps coming back, Galily tells me about just the other day when he woke up in a shitty mood. Maybe its mosquitoes or some girl trouble or whatever, but I just have no passion for the day. I drive to the fish market and Im carrying this really bad energy with me as I drive back home. On the way, there is this patch that is really the middle of nowhere, full of dry fields. I see a beggar who is actually crawling, not even walking to who knows where. I stop and give him some coconut water and samosas I had bought for myself. And the guy looks at me like Im some God-sent alien that has come to save him. And his smile is bigger than people who have just won a million Euro lottery. Its this perspective of life and in this little moment my shitty feelings disappear and I ride back home in a good mood, actually thinking about life.

Shilarna Vaze (you might know her as Chef Chinu) is the owner of Gaia Goumet, a chef, writer and TV host. Find her on Twitter (@ChefChinu) and on Instagram (@chefchinugaiagourmet)

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Party brand MDRNTY is hosting a cruise trip that sails around the Mediterranean, setting off from Italys Genoa, before visiting Mallorca, Ibiza, and Barcelona.

MDRNTY has invited dance music labels Cocoon, Rumors and Flying Circus to take over the dance floors. Across four nights the cruise will see the likes of Ben Klock, Guy Gerber, DJ Tennis, Djebali, Dewalta, Blond:ish, Audiofly, Mike Shannon, Sven Vth, Martin Buttrich, Bill Patrick and more perform exclusive sets on the deck.

The cruise takes place on the MSC Magnifica, a 294m-long liner which has five dance floors, three swimming pools, bars, restaurants, a spa, as well as tennis courts, a bowling alley, sports club and 4D cinema.

The director of MDRNTY Cruise, Maxime Lonard said: Drawing on the special relations we have forged with DJs at MDRNTY events and the Caprices Festival, we wanted to offer a stage to major labels, Cocoon, Rumors and Flying Circus.

We wanted to give free rein to each labels creativity. They enthusiastically replied to our invitation, and loved our idea of having stage hosts for each label. We are delighted with their involvement in the programme for this cruise, which is a trendsetter of its kind.

This musical voyage attracts up to 3,200 clubbers from September 16 until 20. All-inclusive packages start from 729 and you can grab them here.

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Phuket Gazette – March 10, 2017 | 02:00 PM

PHUKET: Based on C9 Hotelworks Phuket Hotel Market Update last month, total inbound passengers through Phuket International Airport in 2016 were 7,549,346, with 54 per cent from international flights and 46 per cent from domestic arrivals. This is an 18 per cent growth rate in 2016, compared with 13 per cent in 2015.

The top five geographic source markets are Mainland China, Russia, South Korea, Australia and the UK. Even though Mainland China is the top overseas source market, it actually dropped 2 per cent in 2016 as it was affected by a nationwide crackdown by the Thai government against zero baht tourism last year. This, however, is expected to recover late this year, with increased government initiatives to draw in higher quality tourists from China.

Based on the figures above, have the dynamics in Phuket changed again? Are the Russians back in Phuket? The Russian ruble has recovered and strengthened against the Thai baht and that has helped, with more Russians returning to Phuket (an increase of 13 per cent in 2016). The popular luxury villa rental market, where Russian clients hold the biggest segment, has yet to return to its high since the crash of the ruble, but is slowly making its way back. A decline in arrivals from European and Nordic countries due to the weak Euro has also hurt the luxury villa rental market, where a stay of one to three months was the norm, especially over the winter season in Europe.

Phuket used to be the choice honeymoon location for most South Korean newlyweds and that trend seems to be making a return with an increase of 21 per cent in passenger arrivals. Australian arrivals have remained constant for the past three years, with many Australians still picking Bali over Phuket due to flight connections and heavy promotions to that island. Arrivals from the UK have increased 20 per cent (even though the British pound has taken a dive against the Thai baht). Phuket remains a destination of choice for many retired or semi-retired Brits fleeing their weather for the hot, sunny days Phuket has to offer.

In terms of global beach destinations, Phuket is third in the top five, with Bali and Honolulu at the top and Ibiza and the Maldives taking the other two spots. This is based on passenger arrivals to each of the five individual beach destinations.

Brand Phuket initiated by the Phuket Hotels Association and created by global branding agency QUO is focusing on the islands breadth of experiences, its majestic natural beauty and culturally diverse communities. The first concerted effort to define and express the islands identity as a tourist destination is welcomed not only by hoteliers, but by other businesses on the island.

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When planning an active holiday, Ibiza is not a location thats likely to be near the top of too many peoples lists, unless the desired activities include dancing, carousing and general late-night mayhem.

However, there is more to the Balearic isle than the beats. Head for the water rather than the West End and theres a host of activities to enjoy swimming, stand-up paddleboarding, sea kayaking, hiking, running, cycling and, of course, sailing. To get to grips with the other side of Ibiza, Coach signed up for a Topdeck sailing trip.

Although you make regular forays onto dry land, the boat really is your home on Topdecks Ibiza trip, and it takes a day to get used to the quirks of life on the sea. Mostly this involves keeping cupboards closed and trying not to crack your skull on low ceilings, but theres also a whole load to learn about bathroom engineering in particular. We wont spoil the surprise, but be prepared to pump.

There are two boats on the Ibiza excursion, and youll be sharing yours with just a handful of fellow travellers. Space is tight, but youre likely to be sharing said space with some like-minded people, and a major part of the appeal of the tour is turning shipmates into new friends. We certainly found that after a few drinks the social peacock inside us all was on full display (peacock became an in-joke on Coachs trip see? Friends!).

No activities are forced upon you on the trip aside from sailing, and you dont have to do anything towards that but youd be a madman not to get involved when the opportunity to swim, cycle or sea kayak arises.

The locations are, without fail, beautiful. Straight-from-a-postcard beautiful. The water is warm, clear and welcoming (unless there are jellyfish, which turned up from time to time, especially around Formentera). Every moment spent below deck is a moment wasted.

To refuel after all these worthy endeavours, you have the opportunity to sample some of the islands best restaurants when you step ashore in the evening. You dont even need to feel guilty when you ladle your fifth serving of paella onto your plate, as its all part of the famously healthy Mediterranean diet right?

For those anxious to hit at least one superclub before leaving, youll still get your fix. Despite spending most of our time engaging in healthy pursuits, we also had the chance to sample Ibizas hedonistic side on certain nights. Just be aware that dismounting the dinghy to get back on the boat after a night on the tiles can be tricky.

Given the dazzling nature of the water around you at all times, youll be desperate to dive in at every opportunity, with only the aforementioned jellyfish and threats of the boat leaving you behind likely to keep you on board. A lot of the time youre moored away from the shore, so the water will be too deep to stand in. This means two things: one, that there are far more fish than you get near the beach, and two, that youll knacker yourself out treading water.

The stand-out activity of the trip make sure you take to the waves in a kayak for a closer look at the coves and beaches around the islands coast. Even if you only end up kayaking to yet another excellent beach for a swim, its undoubtedly worth grabbing a paddle any chance you get.

When the Topdeck boats dock at the neighbouring island of Formentera, you get a chance to rent out a bike to explore the area. As you might have guessed, this largely leads to you finding more impressive beaches, but you also whizz past some impressive salt flats, which often feature flamingos.

If you fancy feeling solid ground beneath your feet, there are plenty of opportunities to take the dinghy in to the coast and explore. Keen runners should pack their trainers, as the skipper on our boat was happy enough to take people along on his morning runs.

Youre on a boat most of the time, so what better way to spend your time than shadowing the skipper and learning how to sail? Its almost certainly going to be a more enjoyable experience in the Mediterranean sun than at a weekend course in Docklands.

If swimming, kayaking and sailing dont float your boat, then you can always opt for stand-up paddleboarding instead. Its surprisingly relaxing, gently steering yourself through the water on a paddleboard. Right up until the moment you misjudge a turn and fall in.

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7 Day Island Sunchaser trip, Sunday-Saturday between May-September 2017. Price from 695. Includes: accommodation, breakfasts and lunches (except breakfast on the first day and lunch on the last day). Topdeck has a no tipping policy. Excludes flights, dinner and alcohol.

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Arsenal youth team jumped cabs and went minesweeping in Ibiza
Banter merchant Stack, who we heard last week was prone to urinating on his teammates during his time in North London, told the Magic Sponge how he and a few fellow young Gunners went to Ibiza in the late 90s. Stack and co were not on the mega money we

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