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Africa   28 Jul, 2008, 11:00
Muppetting around the South African bush  
Jo Pitches

Safari and volunteering work make a happy mix for Jo Pitches in the African bush – until she meets the resident monkeys.

Central Asia   28 Jul, 2008, 10:34
Tibet goes offline  
Sezgi Yalin

Internet chat keeps Sezgi Yalin in touch with her friends in Tibet – some of the time. But silence is ominous in China’s buttoned-down colony.

Asia Pacific   28 Jul, 2008, 10:20
Shark Diving – Aussie Style  
Rod Eime

There’s a long tradition of taunting Great Whites off the coast of South Africa: trailing fishfood then diving in cages. In Australia Roderick Eime finds the experience subtly different.

Editorials   28 Jul, 2008, 10:05
House-sitting: how smart gypsies can surf the world  
Marcus Wilder

For a four-week holiday or longer travel opportunity, house-sitting can be a real option. Marcus Wilder reports on a freeganomic website linking home-owners and wannabe home-sitters.

Asia Pacific   28 Jul, 2008, 09:57
Caving in the Cooks  
Emily Nixon

It’s not enough for Emily Nixon to reach the remote Cook Islands. She decides to get further off the beaten trail by exploring underground.

Asia Pacific   27 Jul, 2008, 19:53
Kool Korean Kuisine  
Rob Mcgovern

You can hardly move for features extolling the many cuisines of the Far East, but one is largely overlooked. Rob Mcgovern sets the record straight with a paen of praise for Korean cuisine.

Americas   27 Jul, 2008, 17:42
Mad about Michoacan  
Lee Patton

While other parts of Mexico might have their charms, Lee Patton finds Michoacan, usually overlooked and not in many guide books, fiesta central and a great place to be.

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