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Central Asia   11 Feb, 2007, 16:10
When mother meets India  
Skye Hohmann

India: the dirt, the beggars, the flies. Skye Hohmann is still adapting to her changed environment when it gets suddenly stranger: her mother flies out to visit.

Europe   11 Feb, 2007, 11:38
Celebrating Waitangi Day in London pubs  
Elizabeth Heritage

New Zealand’s infamous treaty might be political back home, but not to Kiwi expats in the UK. Elizabeth Heritage reports from the frontline of a memorable pub-crawl.

Europe   11 Feb, 2007, 11:29
Into Finland’s strange linguistic hinterland  
David Brown

Europe’s far north, and David Brown discovers the country that gave the world Nokia has some other surprises up its sleeve. Starting with a language from hell where even the word for simple… isn’t.

Central Asia   11 Feb, 2007, 11:06
Mongolia: a good place to learn to ride?  
Peter Tapsell

The land of Genghis Khan isn’t obviously a place for first-time horse-riders, but Peter Tapsell seems strangely calm about the prospect. On the flight out, at least.

Europe   11 Feb, 2007, 10:56
Running with Pamplona’s Bulls  
Shane Braddock

Macho fun or a quick route to eternity? Shane Braddock takes to the streets of Pamplona for Spain’s San Fermin Festival, and tries to keep clear of marauding cattle.

Americas   11 Feb, 2007, 09:54
Dominican Republic, an unsung gem  
Chris Courth

Two years working for a charity in the Caribbean gives Chris Courth an alternative insight into a country best known for all-inclusive resorts. 

Central Asia   3 Feb, 2007, 14:46
India at Prayer  
Unni Krishnan

Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, and Unni Krishnan finds a society transfixed by the Ardh Kumbh Mela, one of the world’s greatest religious festivals.

Europe   3 Feb, 2007, 14:21
Cycling Mount Ventoux  
Clare Holdsworth

Personally, when I see a mountain that’s the last moment I reach for a pushbike. Clare Holdsworth is made of sterner stuff and pedals her way around the south of France.

Central Asia   3 Feb, 2007, 14:12
Lost in Laos  
Lisa Ashley Warshaw

Lao PDR – please don’t rush – has got to be one of the most tranquil travel destination in Asia. Lisa Ashley Warshaw takes her time.

Europe   3 Feb, 2007, 13:59
On the piste in Slovenia  
Ian Middleton

Most Brits don’t even know where Slovenia is: Ian Middleton finds this is something of an advantage when he finds he’s got the ski-slopes to himself.

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