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Central Asia   30 Jan, 2004, 14:16
Madness In India  
Colin Todhunter

It’s not the locals that bother Colin Todhunter as he travels through southern India. It’s the European cafe culture, where he finds lunacy abounds.

Europe   30 Jan, 2004, 11:59
A Flirt too Far  
Jim Marquez

Though ‘Laundry Day’ always sucks, other aspects of France are less predictable. Jim Marquez finds a Parisian corner-shop Lolita leaves him floundering in self-doubt. 

Americas   30 Jan, 2004, 11:50
Chasing Gram Parsons  
Nick Fox

There are ghosts in Josua Tree, California, and who better than Nick Fox to track them down.

Europe   30 Jan, 2004, 11:43
Five Days in Provence  
Paul Maxin

Peter Mayall took a year to make his fortune writing about southern France. Paul Maxin does the trip in five days, but only time will tell if it makes him a million.

Europe   30 Jan, 2004, 11:38
Holland’s Hidden Treasure  
Jamie Strachan

Jamie Strachan finds the Dutch penchant for two wheels fits perfectly with the fine art and serene wilderness of the De Hoge Veluwe National Park.

Americas   30 Jan, 2004, 11:28
Nine Miles High  
Shirley Camia

Shirley Camia visits Bob Marley’s home in Jamaica but finds you need to take the tea to believe the great Rasta Prophet is still alive.

Asia Pacific   30 Jan, 2004, 04:32
20,000 Japanese Characters  
John Erskine Banta

As someone who struggles to recite all 26 letters of the English alphabet, I share John Erskine Banta’s reverence for the Japanese language, and the effect it has on the national psyche.

Central Asia   30 Jan, 2004, 01:52
Russia’s Far East  
Ian Copland

Ian Copland gets far from the standard highlight tours of Russia in the harbour city of Vladivostok.

Central Asia   1 Jan, 2004, 14:30
Prostitution Booms in China’s Newest Colony  
Tibet Information Network

You can’t help but respect a research project that includes the average rates for a Tibetan prostitute in three currencies. The Tibet Information Network takes a look at one of the few growth areas in China’s most oppressed region.

Editorials   1 Jan, 2004, 13:58
Travel Technology  
Ian Peel

Ian Peel investigates how the latest technology is transforming the way we travel.  Perhaps. Myself I’m still waiting for the revolution.

Americas   1 Jan, 2004, 13:49
Hitching Canada  
Luke Phillips

Luke S-P finds hitchiking across Canada gives him a real insight into what makes the locals tick.

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