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Asia Pacific   19 Mar, 2010, 22:11
Mingling with Cambodia’s Muslim minority  
Sezgi Yalin

Amid Cambodia’s many attractions, the Muslim community living in stilted communities on the edge of Tonle Sap Lake is one of the more obscure. Sezgi Yalin visits just in time for a memorable feast, at the end of Ramadan.

Africa   19 Mar, 2010, 20:54
Making merry in Morocco  
James Connolly

There’s nowhere quite like Marrakesh, finds James Connolly on a gap-year quest to sample new experiences. Well, some of them, at least: there are limits.

Africa   15 Mar, 2010, 13:20
Liberia: Africa’s latest economic miracle?  
Christopher Varady

In downtown Monrovia Christopher Varady is struck by the indomitable spirit of one of Africa’s poorest and most war-torn countries. But can their restless energy translate into economic growth?

Central Asia   15 Mar, 2010, 12:36
Changing down a gear on India’s Malabar Coast  
Katharine Gilmour

Cochin and the surrounding state of Kerala offers a welcome change of pace for Katharine Gilmour on her solo tour of southern India.

Americas   15 Mar, 2010, 12:22
Compelling reasons to visit Ecuador  
Brendan van Son

With few overwhelming USPs one of South America’s smaller countries is frequently overlooked. But Brendan van Son says that Ecuador is one of the continent’s highlights.

Asia Pacific   2 Mar, 2010, 23:29
Huvafen Fushi – the ultimate Maldive Paradise  
Iain Miller

For the ultimate desert-island experience, Iain Miller says you’ll find it hard to beat the Huvafen Fushi on the magical Maldives.

Europe   2 Mar, 2010, 23:08
Slovenia into Serbia: easy with army friends  
Kris Mole

Veteran freeloader Kris Mole limps across the border between Slovenia and Serbia, where he finds his past catching up with him.

Americas   2 Mar, 2010, 22:45
A Dude Ranch – in winter?  
Rob Wilson

America’s dude ranch industry is a summer business, surely? Who wants to rattle cattle in the snow and ice? Rob Wilson, that’s who.

Americas   2 Mar, 2010, 22:30
Hiking Canada’s Cape Breton  
Eric Whitehead

Everything in Canada is famously big. So it’s something of a relief to find that Eric Whitehead manages to hike one of its most spectacular island National Parks without having to cover more than 10km each day.

Asia Pacific   2 Mar, 2010, 20:53
Holocaust tourism at Vietnam’s Mai Lai  
David Calleja

The scene of one of the most publicised atrocities of America’s Vietnam war has now been thoroughly commercialised. David Calleja finds raw emotion struggles to find a way through the slick presentation.

Europe   2 Mar, 2010, 20:40
A big, fat, Bulgarian orgy  
Lyn Fuchs

Lyn Fuchs had heard Bulgaria was a poor country devoid of amenities, but found instead succulent food, tasty wine, soulful music, and attractive women.  Somehow he muddles through.

Europe   2 Mar, 2010, 20:01
Off the rails in central Albania  
Matt Pointon

Matt Pointon finds the vagaries of Albania’s public transport systems make his journey across the country something of a challenge as this report sees him heading into Tirana.

Central Asia   2 Mar, 2010, 19:16
Notes from the road between Beijing and Kashgar  
Duncan McCombe

On an epic 22-day motorcycle journey across China, Duncan McCombe finds the province of Xinjiang presents some particular challenges. This extract from his blog illustrates his brushes with authority.

Europe   2 Mar, 2010, 18:58
Alone on the Waddenzee: the Netherlands by bike  
Roland Boer

Australian Roland Boer rediscovers his ancestral lands at a leisurely pace. His bicycle tour of Holland’s dams and dykes reveal a country that might be flat but has hidden depths.

Asia Pacific   2 Mar, 2010, 18:40
East Pakistan to Bangladesh: Chittagong after 50 years  
Adrian Harman-Bishop

Fifty years after spending his childhood in Chittagong in East Pakistan, Adrian Harman-Bishop revisits to find his old family home is now surrounded by a new country, Bangladesh. 

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