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Asia Pacific   21 May, 2003, 04:33
Cruising the Yasawas  
Lucia Appleby

I thought Fiji was just one island. Lucia Appleby finds there are 330 in the archipelago – and the best way to get around is by sail.

Editorials   21 May, 2003, 04:11
Americans Pay the Club Med Price  
Jaques Behr

Jaques Behr finds Club Med charge Americans more for their holidays than travellers from Europe. They’re not alone, but this example is blatant.

Europe   21 May, 2003, 03:53
Athens at Full Blast  
Terje Raa

Terje Raa finds things move fast in Greece’s capital city.

Asia Pacific   21 May, 2003, 03:38
Japan’s Missing Generation  
Matt Pointon

Where have all the twenty-somethings gone? That’s the question that occupies Matt Pointon as he gets beseiged by schoolgirls in a small Japanese town. In his dreams..

Europe   21 May, 2003, 03:23
Symi Style  
Paul Maxin

Window’s Always Open’ is what the waitress says when Paul Maxin returns to the remote Dodecanese island of Symi in Greece to ccelebrate his 40th birthday. Proposition? Chat-up Line? Time will tell

Asia Pacific   20 May, 2003, 19:48
How Japan Invented the Travel Industry  
John Erskine Banta

The travel industry was invented in Tokyo by major rulers trying to keep minor rulers too poor to revolt, according to John Erskine Banta. Perhaps not so much has changed.

Europe   18 May, 2003, 09:08
An Innocent in Ireland  
Colin McKenna

By the time he backpacks his way out of Europe and into Ireland, Colin McKenna has all the symptoms of Sars. He thinks he’s lucky, after 40 days on the road, to still be alive.

Europe   16 May, 2003, 20:29
Grown Men Shouldn’t Wear Shorts  
Phil Woodford

Another less than obvious tourist destination gets the Travelmag treatment with Phil Woodford’s trip to the UK’s Brownsea Island.

Asia Pacific   16 May, 2003, 20:07
Raratonga Dreaming  
Lucia Appleby

If it’s beaches and peace you’re after, you can’t look much further – or indeed travel much further – than the Cook Islands. Lucia Appleby gets professionally lost.

Europe   16 May, 2003, 19:52
Sent to Siberia  
Edward McSweegan

Most people don’t go voluntarily to Siberia. They get sent. Edward McSweegan bucks the trend and finds there’s more to the place than meets the eye.

Europe   16 May, 2003, 18:40
Not the Birthplace of Mankind  
Darryl Armitage

The Isle of Man is best known for its annual motorbike race. Darryl Armitage visits to see if it has anything else to offer.

Asia Pacific   16 May, 2003, 18:21
Taiwan Tales  
Ian Rowlands

Ian Rowlands travels beyond the backpacker trail to Taiwan, and finds he’s got the place to himself.

Africa   15 May, 2003, 11:04
Surviving in Zimbabwe  
Cathy Buckle

You don’t get travel stories out of Zimbabwe these days. You get harrowing tales of hardship and anger. Cathy Buckle’s excellent site gives one person’s perspective on a national tragedy, week by week.

Americas   3 May, 2003, 18:12
How to do the Dominican Republic  
Carolyn Kelley

Carolyn Kelley explores the hidden attractions of the Silver Coast, the Dominican Republic’s North Shore.

Pole to Pole   3 May, 2003, 17:44
Trekking Greenland  
Kim Senger

They say Greenland was named as a marketing ploy to try to attract settlers in the days before they could just fly straight home. And it’s certain not many people stay long enough to trekking. Except Kim Senger.

Editorials   3 May, 2003, 17:00
Hostelling in the 21st Century  
Catherine Gilvarry

21st century hostels have moved on. Catherine Gilvarry, content editor of Hostels.com, says it’s time to use the internet to plan ahead.

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