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5 of the most indulgent luxury high teas of India and Sri Lanka

India and Sri Lanka are home to some of the most remarkable hotels; from grand palaces that are now luxury properties to heritage icons immaculately restored. Yet often travel itineraries are tightly packed with activities and sightseeing with too little time to stop and enjoy the places we are...

Published on July 21 2016, 20:50

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