This is the future of smart clothing for runners

Whether it’s sports watches or fitness trackers, with the intention of simple step counting or tapping into heart rate data, the wearable technology that many of us are familiar with is already of a bygone era.

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Thrilling luxury on the Maldivian island of Dhuni Kolhu

The adventure starts when you step off the airplane in the Maldives and make your way out of the airport into arrivals, where endless stalls stand with representatives from countless hotels waiting to greet you and steer you in the right direction for your resort.

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Discover ‘sprunch’ at a lavish adults-only beach hotel in Mallorca

“What is that smell? It’s so familiar…”

I couldn’t place it but I liked it a lot. It smelled like summer holidays, akin to sun cream but evoking much fonder memories than slapping on that bright white, sticky stuff.

Whatever it was, every time I returned to the Barceló Illetas Albatros hotel in Palma, Mallorca, I happily inhaled.

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Slide straight into Malaga, a city drenched in culture

I was completely taken aback by Málaga on a recent weekend trip.

I had banded the city together with other Spanish spots, such as Marbella and Magaluf, which have a particular reputation as party places that young Brits flock to. I couldn’t have been more wrong.

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The average guest has visited this hotel seven times

Would you visit the same hotel twice? 

My answer a few months ago would have been a resolute no – I want to experience as much as possible.

On arrival at Club La Santa in Lanzarote I was told that the average guest has been seven times and my jaw dropped to the black sand beneath my feet.

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