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Americas   30 Nov, 2004, 08:01
New Pirates of the Caribbean  
Lyn Fox

Belize has always been a haven for pirates. Beyond the extradition belt and the shabby real-estate sharks, it still is. Lyn Fox drives into a lawless strip of Caribbean coast where men are big and so are the bugs.

Central Asia   27 Nov, 2004, 18:58
Blowing Up Beijing  
Ted Shaffrey

Explosives enthusiast Ted Shaffrey thought he’d be blown away by China, but the threat of SARS dampens celebrations. It even gets expensive to spit, he finds, as his childhood firework dreams fizzle into the future.

Central Asia   24 Nov, 2004, 14:58
Into an Icy Asian Welcome  
Michelle Lane

Jetlagged in a tee-shirt, Michelle Lane flies into a Chinese winter, where she’s quickly learns a lesson. Before arriving in an Asian city at night a tiny bit of travel planning can save both time and money. 

Europe   24 Nov, 2004, 11:10
In Search of Europe’s Nightlife  
Arvind

When Arvind flies in to Amsterdam, he heads straight for the bars: a good start to a fast-moving tour of Europe’s great capital cities.

Asia Pacific   22 Nov, 2004, 16:33
Cambodia’s New Car Industry  
Antonio Graceffo

Only in Cambodia would the nation’s first production vehicle cost less than $3,000 and come fitted with karaoke. Antonio Graceffo takes a spin in an elegant Asian economic miracle.

Central Asia   22 Nov, 2004, 09:29
Trekking to Annapurna Base Camp  
Dr P Ravi Shankar

If you’re looking for a guide to the Annapurna Base Camp trek, who better to ask than a Nepalese professor of Medicine from Phokhara. Dr Ravi Shankar maps a route through the Himalayas.

Americas   22 Nov, 2004, 09:21
Finding Untouched Hawaii  
Emma Jones

Emma Jones finds the ‘boiling pots’ near Hilo provide one bit of these well-visited islands that isn’t overrrun with tourists. After all, not everyone gets sucked underwater and drowned…

Africa   18 Nov, 2004, 01:08
Mountain Gorillas and Me  
Jaria Kibirige

Ugandan Jaria Kibirige had spent years selling Gorilla tours to moneyed western tourists, but it was only a startlingly generous gesture by her employer that allowed her to share their experience. Good on him, good on her.

Editorials   17 Nov, 2004, 02:17
Relais & Chateaux – On the Slide?  
Jane Anson

Is the world’s most prestigious hotel chain starting to lose its way? Jane Anson asks whether their quest for character has been eclipsed by the quest for (expensive) luxury.

Central Asia   16 Nov, 2004, 13:20
Trekking Lake Baikal  
Joshua Hartshorne

Siberia’s not a place to run out of vodka. But Joshua Hartshorne finds that a bottle of water is even more vital when hiking a remote island in Russia’s hinterland, and it’s the water he’s forgotten.

Europe   15 Nov, 2004, 10:02
Burn Baby Burn  
Rachel Silverman

Valencia, Spain, and Rachel Silverman stumbles into a major fiesta. Ducking rockets and five-year-old assassins armed with firecrackers she finds bullfights, flats and bonfires push ‘Las Fallas’ to its limit.

Central Asia   15 Nov, 2004, 09:49
Buying China’s Oldest Bike  
Gabriel Suk

These days most bikes have suspension, gears and all the bits. In Beijing Gabriel Suk bucks the trend and buys a traditional, all-steel ‘Flying Pigeon’.

Editorials   15 Nov, 2004, 09:47
Dell Delight  
Jack Barker

Over the summer we held a competition to win a Dell computer from Dell Outlet. This is just to let you know the winner was Donna Earp from Hall Green, Birmingham.

Europe   9 Nov, 2004, 17:38
Thumbing it – fast – to Morocco  
Emma Jones

Apparently it’s illegal to hitchike in France. I didn’t know that, and nor did Emma Jones when in three long days she thumbed it from London’s M25 to the nearest bit of Africa. 

Americas   5 Nov, 2004, 12:32
A Day in the Life of an American Holiday Camp  
Matt Scott

Working in a holiday camp is something of an American tradition. But Matt Scott’s account makes you wonder where they find the energy.

Asia Pacific   5 Nov, 2004, 09:52
Ghosts of Nagasaki Bay  
Sarah Richards

Sarah Richards finds pathos and pain in the islands surrounding Japan’s most infamous bombsite. But radiation has nothing to do with it.

Central Asia   5 Nov, 2004, 09:45
In Search of an Indian Shower  
Justin Clarke

Justin Clarke finds enlightenment comes without soap on an Indian train.

Europe   5 Nov, 2004, 09:34
Pummelled or Pampered on the Swedish Coast  
Karin Berg

Karin Berg livens up her annual visit to her folks back home in Sweden with a visit to a small spa town on the coast.

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