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Pinpointing the filming locations of 'No Time to Die'

The Croft Magazine // As Bristol's cinemas continue to fill, we turn to the locations of Bond 25. Havana may have actually been Buckinghamshire, but this was a typically globe-touring production.
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Gastronomically touring Sweden's Jämtland

The Croft Magazine // Now Fäviken has gone, students can afford to head north and enjoy Scandinavia's largest ski resort, lying in Europe's newest culinary region.
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On the Ground: France

The Croft Magazine // In our second pin drop, we go on the ground in Paris with Year Abroad student Morgan Collins, currently working at a pop-up art shop. France is preparing for presidential elections, and Morgan says President Macron is likely to be re-elected.
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Fly to Dublin direct from Bristol Airport

The Croft Magazine // From Bristol Airport it's just a short hop, within the Common Travel Area, to Dublin. Mia Austin takes a three-day break to explore the Irish capital and its surroundings.
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In Spain, following the footsteps of Laurie Lee

The Croft Magazine // In 'As I Walked Out One Midsummer Morning', we learn of a teenager stepping into a country on the brink of war. Despite appearances, eighty-five years on, Spain is still a nation apart.
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On the Ground: Costa Rica

The Croft Magazine // In our first pin drop, we go on the ground in San José with Year Abroad student Jenny Barruol, currently enrolled at the University of Costa Rica. Costa Rica is on the UK's 'Red List', but Jenny says restrictions are manageable.
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Moving to Brazil, I learned to take the good with the bad

The Croft Magazine // The media encourage extreme images of Brazil. A poverty-stricken, terrifying war zone or an exotic paradise. Maria Mulder was eleven when she moved to São Paulo.
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Is wild camping your last resort summer escape?

The Croft Magazine // Though illegal in much of the UK, wild camping can prove a good last resort. It might even be exciting, and a good chance to connect with nature.
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