“We had planned to do water sports and see the Santa Barbara Castle, but were told that in Almeria there wasn’t much to do apart from go to the beach. “It’s a small town and nobody really spoke English so it was even harder to book restaurants or activities. “My mum was upset and it really ruined her birthday holiday as we had planned so much and got to do none of it.” The family decided that on the way back they would get taxi for €350 to the airport on June 4 as they didn’t want to undertake the nightmare seven journey on public transport again. She said: “It’s not ideal – that’s money that I would have liked to have taken back home with me. “And it was still a four hour drive. It was longer than the flight.” Sammy and her family thought that they were going to be staying in Alicante She said that she is most annoyed at Teletext Holidays for allegedly assuring her that the hotel was half an hour away from the airport and not revealing it was actually seven hours away. She said: “We trusted and believed the travel agency. “I believe that the sales rep just wanted to get his commission and it feels dishonest. Almeria even has its own airport - if we'd wanted to go there we could have flown there directly." Sammy said that her family missed their excursions booked for Alicante as Almeria, pictured, was too far away Sammy got in contact with Teletext Holidays via email to complain and ask about compensation for the taxi, but claims that they had not replied by the first time that we spoke to her. Since Sun Online Travel contacted Teletext Holidays, about the Lucas family's trip, the company have apologised and offered to refund Sammy the cost of their holiday accommodation, which has been accepted.
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With anti-inflammatory and powerful calming benefits, this ancient essential oil is at the heart of his new knockout skin-care range. Fragrance fanatics are already well aware of the lure of oud. With a deep, smoky, woody scent, agarwood resin from the Aquilaria tree—which can take 100 years to fully develop— has roots in the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where it is a wildly popular perfume note. But its skin-care properties are slightly less known. After sourcing the “right” kind of oud (a Thai strain that is harvested in small batches and never diluted or mixed with synthetic additives), Milèo began custom-blending curative oil elixirs, mixing his oud with a combination of organic, wild-crafted, and sustainably sourced botanical essences. The goal was to create potent—and above all, pure—distillations for his godmother; but Milèo received an eye-opening education along the way. “First of all, you can’t just mix something together at home, and assume that it will smell good—or work,” he admits, debunking a commonly held belief that has helped drive the sales of bespoke beauty products in boutiques (and on certain Etsy stores). Secondly, and perhaps most importantly, Milèo noticed a big problem in the typical skin-care supply chain: Most brands blindly trust their supplier, “which is a mistake,” he says, noting that upon receiving 10 different argan oil samples on one occasion, he discovered 10 different variations in quality, with 10 different levels of efficacy. “That’s why I started doing GC-MS,” he explains of gas chromatography–mass spectrum analysis, a newly popular, and increasingly important, testing method that can quantify the time an ingredient was harvested and how it was distilled, to confirm that it is free of any refinements, chemicals, pesticides, acupuncture weight loss or synthetic enhancements before it makes its way into your skin-care products. GC-MS testing isn’t uncomplicated (or cheap), but its ability to ensure that the ingredients Milèo has infused into his four watercolor oud elixirs—the clarifying French violet flower leaf in Labyrinthe Vert, the soothing Moroccan blue tansy flower in Maroc D’Azur, the brightening Indian pink lotus flower in Amber Fort, and the detoxifying Corsican golden immortelle flower in Monte D’Oro—are truly unadulterated, and that they work.
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