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Europe   29 Jun, 2016, 13:04
Cycling to Salzburg: a beginner’s bike-ride through Austria  
Paige O'Grady

When Paige O’Grady goes on holiday it’s usually to relax on a hot sandy beach. time, however, she flies into Austria and hops on a bicycle. But don’t they have big mountains there?

Americas   22 Jun, 2016, 13:41
Cigars, rum and ancient cars: a taste of vanishing Cuba  
John Tierney

Preserved by American sanctions, the streets of old Havana still have a tropical, ramshackle charm. John Tierney decides to visit before everything changes.

Deals, Middle East   22 Jun, 2016, 12:46
Vacation in Tel Aviv: meet the city of summer  
Paul Woollacombe

Israel is often in the headlines for all the wrong reasons. Paul Woollacombe says that in holiday season it can be a great beach destination.

Americas, Pole to Pole   22 Jun, 2016, 12:24
When getting there’s not half the fun: Antarctica  
Eric Whitehead

Antarctica is a wonderful place, but crossing the Drake Passage is hell. Eric Whitehead reports on a less-than tranquil southern cruise.

Deals, Europe   17 Jun, 2016, 14:32
The Costa Del Sol is fantastic for families  
Lucy Barker

Bookings are up for Spain this year, as families factor in security to their travel plans. Lucy Barker says the Costa Del Sol is a clear front runner for summer sun.

Europe   15 Jun, 2016, 13:27
Tracking Wiltshire’s latest crop circle  
Jack Barker

It’s a bumper year for Britain’s crop circles. After two wet years 2009 started early with six crop circles kicking off the season in April – and nine more in May. Jack Barker sets off in search of June’s third: the Yatesbury ‘dragonfly’.

Americas   12 Jun, 2016, 14:19
A not-so-wild night out in rural Argentina  
David Marsh

In northwest Argentina David Marsh goes to see a film projected against a nunnery wall. If he’d expected to watch something religious disappointment beckoned.

Editorials, Europe   10 Jun, 2016, 12:57
The differing costs of public order offences in Europe  
Laura Soper

Following the football? Better behave. Laura Sloper has a handy guide to the sort of fines you can expect for a range of civil misdemenours.

Deals, Pole to Pole   10 Jun, 2016, 10:13
Pre-loved timeshares make bargain holidays  
Paul Woollacombe

Timeshare properties are much cheaper when bought second-hand. Paul Woollacombe says that when renting or buying there are bargains to be had.

Asia Pacific, Central Asia   10 Jun, 2016, 09:48
A male-friendly guide to Thailand’s top spas  
Adam Jacot de Boinod

Spas are often seen as female domains, perhaps because the process is so dull. But Adam Jacot de Boinod says all that should change as he tries Thailand’s finest.

Europe, Pole to Pole   8 Jun, 2016, 12:44
Reflective moments sailing Arctic seas  
Roger D Taylor

Roger D Taylor rescues a rotting yacht, straps a municipal lamp-post in as mast then designs and sews a seven-sheet lateen rig sail on his kitchen table. As you do. Then he sails north, into Arctic waters.

Uncategorized   5 Jun, 2016, 22:29
A very scary bike-ride video through Himachal Pradesh  
Jack Barker

I’ve ridden bikes in India and usually the main problem is oncoming traffic. These go-pro motorcyclists take a mountain route a remote bit of the Indian Himalayas that even the trucks seem to have abandoned, and it still seems a pretty nerve-shredding experience.

Deals, Europe   3 Jun, 2016, 14:51
Travelling to London starter pack; everything you need.  
Lucy Barker

Whether visiting the UK’s capital city from abroad or heading up from the provinces, what to pack is always a question. Lucy Barker has the answer.

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