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Americas   27 Jul, 2003, 04:58
Salta’s Train to the Clouds  
Ben Verinder

A sudden death does nothing to derail Ben Verinder’s train journey through the stunning landscapes and determined poncho vendors of of Northern Argentina.

Europe   26 Jul, 2003, 06:39
France’s other Loir  
Andy Falconer

The missing ‘e’ is important, finds Andy Falconer as he tours the Loir Valley, far less visited than its busy Loire namesake, and all the more charming for its being so little known.

Europe   26 Jul, 2003, 06:12
Denmark’s Darling  
Terje Raa

Time was Terje Raa thought he was a cat. This time he’s a mermaid – and a metal one at that. Whatever next? Perhaps the residents of Copenhagen will understand.

Africa   26 Jul, 2003, 06:08
In Praise of Nelson Mandela  
Ian Rowlands

Ian Rowlands finds himself moved by a tour of South Africa’s sites relating to its greatest hero.

Americas   21 Jul, 2003, 20:01
Cuba’s Rusty Trumpets  
Leah Smith

Leah Smith finds there’s plenty to dance about in Castro’s Cuba.

Editorials   21 Jul, 2003, 19:48
Internet Sites for Wannabe Celebrities  
Daniel Johnson

The Internet makes it easy to take a celeb-style holiday without paying an a-list price, says Daniel Johnson, with his list of some of the internet’s finest specialist travel sites.

Europe   21 Jul, 2003, 19:35
Tradding It in Ireland  
Jim Marquez

Ireland’s traditional music scene makes some serious demands on Jim Marquez’s long-suffering liver. But there’s no limit to the sacrifices he’ll make when research is called for. 

Americas   21 Jul, 2003, 18:22
Cruising Chile’s Fjords  
Vemund Jensen

Chile’s Fjords are part of the view Vemund Jensen discovers as he takes a local cruise round Southern America’s tip.

Asia Pacific   17 Jul, 2003, 23:30
Surf’s Up in Mentawai  
Noel Tucker

Noel Tucker finds there’s plenty to rave about in Indonesia’s Mentawai islands, where the world’s finest surfing is just the attractions that bring a trickle of tourism to the world’s nicest people. Great pics courtesy of Mentawai Islands Surf Charters and Cultural Tours.

Pole to Pole   17 Jul, 2003, 22:48
An Eime in Antarctica  
Rod Eime

Rod Eime finds his childhood dreams realised in a trip to Antarctica and comes back with great pictures. Jealously, we can only reflect that, as an Australian, he starts off half-way there.

Asia Pacific   17 Jul, 2003, 22:13
Mad in Malaysia  
Jean Nie

It’s usual to take Kuala Lumpur at a gentle pace, dropping into the shops and, when it gets hot, taking a taxi. Not for Jean Nie. who takes it at a run.

Africa   17 Jul, 2003, 21:36
Kenya’s Greatest Peak  
Sarah Bulcock

Tourists climb Kilimanjaro. Not Sarah Bulcock, who conquers Mount Kenya – a tough, rewarding climb. All credit to her, she even carries her camera.

Europe   12 Jul, 2003, 14:23
Helsinki’s Sunday Soul  
Darryl Armitage

Finland’s capital, Helsinki, gives a warm welcome to Darryl Armitage.

Asia Pacific   2 Jul, 2003, 10:38
Phnom Penh Promenade  
Patrick Mascoe

Cambodia’s had a roughfew years, and Patrick Mascoe discovers a country that’s just daring to learn how to hope. Pictures by Jack Barker.

Americas   2 Jul, 2003, 10:29
Mad about Mompiche  
Sonja Janousek

Exploring Ecuador’s Pacific coast, Sonja Janousek finds a little piece of paradise.

Europe   2 Jul, 2003, 10:17
Next Stop Paros  
Terje Raa

The Greek island of Paros is next stop for Terje Raa.

Editorials   2 Jul, 2003, 10:09
No Room at the Inn  
Nicholas R. Webster

When Nicholas Webster’s sister gets turned away from a Holiday Inn – because she’s only 18 – he spots discrimination and a safety issue.

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