Tips and deals of the week: Wight Taste Trail, Lonely Planet language course Fluent Road and Glastonbury's Powder Room
Sunday 23 June 2013
Find fresh garlic, apricots, tomatoes and asparagus, as well as restaurants to try them at, using Wightlink's free Wight Taste Trail. Download the booklet or order it from the website (wightlink.co.uk/wighttastetrail).
Lonely Planet has launched an online language course, Fluent Road, starting with Spanish. Choose from mainland, Mexican, Argentinian or Latin American. Free trial; then $9/£6 per month (fluentroad.com).
Glastonbury-goers in need of a shower, clean loos and a café should book the Powder Room. For £59 you get access to the mini-site's facilities during the festival; tent pitches are on offer for £299 (thepowderroom.eu).
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