We’ve been here and we’ve been there, and our team have found a few things we thought we’d share
In numbers: World’s largest underwater cave system
Length in miles of the cave discovered by divers in Mexico
Number of caves linked together to create the system off the Yucatán Peninsula
Months spent swimming through tunnels to prove the flooded caverns were connected
Submerged cave systems surveyed by the divers
Where: A renovated 19th-century foundry in Paris’s 11th arrondissement from April 2018.
Tell me more: Following the Carrières de Lumières museum in Provence, this second outpost will project digital versions of works by Klimt, Bosch, Chagall and more. Josephine Price
What we’re reading
The Story of the Face by Paul Gorman. RRP: £34.95 (Thames & Hudson) Pat Riddell
Happy by Derren Brown. RRP: £8.99 (Bantam Press) Stephanie Cavagnaro
Curry: Eating, Reading and Race by Naben Ruthnum. RRP: £8 (Coach House Books) Zane Henry Europa Nostra has compiled a list of 12 ‘at-risk’ heritage sites, including a dozen churches in Albania, a modernist monument in Bulgaria, and the UK’s first ice factory in Grimsby. Connor McGovern
Top 3: Family highs
01 ‘Flying nannies’ are available in a new portfolio of Ibiza villas — qualified childminders are flown in to be available on arrival to play with your kids and arrange meals.
02 ‘Flying chefs’ in Majorca for rather special in-villa dining — the likes of Monica Galetti, Pierre Koffmann, Andrew Wong or Mauro Colagreco will cook for eight to 12 guests for
a whopping £14,000.
03 Working ranches for teens in Andalusia on a 600-aCre eco-farm — since the kids have had their nannies and chefs, it’s time to get them working!
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Published in the April 2018 issue of National Geographic Traveller (UK)