Tips and deals of the week: Afrika Eye Film Festival, Newcastle to Copenhagan flights and Banyan Tree
Sunday 04 November 2012
Afrika Eye Film Festival comes to Bristol from 9-11 November with a programme of cinema, music, talks and special focus on Jamaica's 50 years of independence. Afrikaeye.org.uk
Newcastle gets direct flights to Copenhagen next year. SAS is launching the route to the Danish capital on 14 February. Bookings open on 15 November. Flysas.co.uk
Banyan Tree opened its first resort in Vietnam this week. Banyan Tree Lang Co, on the coast between Danang and Hue, has a spa, restaurants and nearby golf course. Banyantree.com
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