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Americas   31 Aug, 2007, 23:11
Breakfasts in America  
John Westwood

The USA is big but not noted for its character cuisine. John Westwood tracks across 48 states to find impressive ways to start each day.

Europe   31 Aug, 2007, 10:53
Learning the Burano air-stitch  
Eliot Stein

While tourists flock to Murano, Eliot Stein finds a warmer welcome on Burano island, a hidden side of Venice that shelters some of Italy’s oldest traditions.

Europe   31 Aug, 2007, 10:36
The mad cows of Cadbury Castle  
Eric Bryan

You might expect to find ghosts at Britain’s historic monuments, but Eric Bryan gets a bigger fright when he meets Cadbury Castle’s new residents – and finds they have four legs.  

Americas   31 Aug, 2007, 09:40
Organic Ecuador: even houses grow on trees  
Dale Shaddick

The Finca Sarita is an organic farmstay in Ecuador: Dale Shaddick finds it’s a perfect place for a laid-back South American idyll.

Central Asia   31 Aug, 2007, 08:58
Rats in the wardrobe: X’ian on the cheap  
Jemima Price

Travelling on a budget lets Jemima Price see more than just the Terracotta Warriors in her journey through central China.

Middle East   31 Aug, 2007, 08:26
Tales from the road: Libya to Sweden – overland  
Anneli Sundqvist

Anneli Sundqvist makes an epic journey from Africa through Europe: this is her tale from a long road travelled.

Africa   13 Aug, 2007, 09:39
The simple charms of a plastic cake  
Stephanie Katz

An invitation to a child’s birthday party in a Cape Town township shows Stephanie Katz a side of South Africa few visitors take the trouble to see.

Africa   3 Aug, 2007, 20:35
Volunteering in Kenya  
Erin Richards

Not many people get to East Pokot: even the Kenyans think it’s a cattle-rustling danger zone. Erin Richards doesn’t just visit, but stays to work in an orphanage.

Asia Pacific   3 Aug, 2007, 20:18
Ducking jets in American Samoa  
Sarah Deprin

When a friend comes to visit Sarah Deprin on the Pacific Island of Tutuilla it’s a natural challenge to help her relax, at least until she’s sarong savvy.

Asia Pacific   3 Aug, 2007, 20:08
Hey, UNESCO, hands off Angkor Wat  
Jesse Wright

Cambodia’s greatest relics, the Khmer Capital of Angkor Wat, is being trashed by the conservationists, says Jesse Wright. Let it crumble in peace.

Europe   3 Aug, 2007, 19:49
Make space for Greece’s turtles  
Lucy Westmore

Greece has some of Europe’s most popular beaches, especially amongst nesting turtles. Lucy Westmore says there’s space for both, if humans take care.

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