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Americas   15 Nov, 2007, 01:11
Jamaica at full speed  
Richard Sayers

For many visitors from Europe, the Caribbean Island of Jamaica comes as something of a shock. Richard Sayers takes the Reggae culture in his stride.

Central Asia   15 Nov, 2007, 01:02
Kumbh Mela, the largest gathering in the world  
Andrew Wang

The greatest religious procession takes place every year in Allahabad: Andrew Wang finds himself caught up in the human Tsunami that is Kumbh Mela. 

Europe   14 Nov, 2007, 23:39
A Wimp in Wonderland  
Jo Pitches

Lappland, land of Santa, is well under very very cold through the winter months. Will music journalist Jo Pitches find any welcome from the rock band Lordi can warm her attitude to Finland? 

Central Asia   14 Nov, 2007, 23:23
Don’t worry, chicken curry: calm in Kashmir  
Sezgi Yalin

Despite it’s fearsome reputation, Sezgi Yalin finds a warm welcome and a peaceful experience in the contested region of Kashmir.

Europe   14 Nov, 2007, 23:13
Under St Kilda’s blue blue skies  
James Macletchie

The Outer Hebrides are born for adventure. James Macletchie boards a boat with a difference to cruise Scotland’s wildest coast.

Asia Pacific   14 Nov, 2007, 23:06
Penguins, pink gins and pimms…  
Nick Reilly

Expect the unexpected if you decide to play rugby in Hong Kong. Nick Reilly cruises down to the Hong Kong Sevens.

Europe   14 Nov, 2007, 22:29
1000 years in Budapest  
Kathleen Hegedus-Beeksma

Hungary’s capital is rich in history, but there’s so much more to discover in this fascinating city, says Kathleen Hegedus-Beeksma.

Editorials   3 Nov, 2007, 13:41
“A travelling fool is better than a sitting wise person”  
Adam Jacot de Boinod

With this Mongolian Proverb, Adam Jacot de Boinot introduces his latest collection of words from around the world, special terms that distill different cultures and encapsulate regional differences. ‘Toujours Tingo’, an ideal travel stocking filler.

Central Asia   3 Nov, 2007, 13:33
Career opportunity on Nepalese buses  
Ross Adkin

Don’t waste your gap year filling the pockets of some travel organiser. Ross Adkin says you’d be better off collecting tickets on a bus in Nepal. Though it does help to be small..

Central Asia   3 Nov, 2007, 13:23
A Taoist Adventure  
Sharon Lockwood

TEFL teacher Sharon Lockwood finds a Chinese friend is the key to getting around Central China.

Americas   3 Nov, 2007, 12:37
Meeting the Queen of Tonalá  
Doug Bower

Even now Mexico is a fairly male-dominated society, but Doug Bower finds an early example of girl power in Jalisco’s distant past.

Asia Pacific   3 Nov, 2007, 12:15
Finding peace in Korea’s mountains  
Matt Awalt

Fresh into a new job teaching English in a busy Asian city, Matt Awalt finds a climb in the mountains soothes his soul. 

Central Asia   3 Nov, 2007, 12:11
A modern girl’s guide to trekking Nepal  
Anisha Patel

A hair-dryer isn’t normally part of a trekker’s kit – not least because there’s nowhere to plug it in – but Anisha Patel brings her own particular girl power to the higher Himalayas.

Europe   3 Nov, 2007, 12:00
Chilling out in Arctic Norway  
James Barnet

Not many people know the Svalbard Peninsula – or even where it is – but geologist James Barnet tests the metal of a surprisingly beautiful landscape, fringed by the Barents Sea.

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