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Africa, Deals   24 May, 2013, 18:54
The freedom to explore on Africa holidays  
Dawit Mesfen

Whether travelling on honeymoon or taking your family, as a conservation expert or safari virgin, there’s an African holiday that can be tailored to your needs. Dawit Mesfen says read on..

Africa   24 May, 2013, 14:53
Driving through the Congo – in the 1970’s  
Sara Dunn

In 1970’s England, newlywed Ross Dunn was offered a job in Zimbabwe. As the proud owner of a newish Hillman naturally, to get there, he drove – with his wife. Sara Dunn tells their tale.

Americas   23 May, 2013, 18:34
Mermaid magic on the Brazilian coast: Porto de Galinhas  
Tracey Chandler

Brazil’s stunning coastline provides year-round sun and is a handy getaway in the northern hemisphere’s winter. But these fragile environments do need protection. Tracey Chandler dives deep off the coast of Pernambuco and finds herself caught up in marine conservation.

Asia Pacific, Deals   23 May, 2013, 16:22
Why choose a flight to Australia stopping in Thailand?  
Dawit Mesfen

If you’re flying to Australia it makes perfect sense to stop off in Thailand, to shop, sunbathe, eat and maybe dive. Dawit Mesfen runs through your options.

Americas   23 May, 2013, 15:29
Many things to do in sunny Arizona  
Lindsay Salt

Canadian Lindsay Salt escaped a bitter winter to fly south to Arizona, and finds blue skies and daylight add to the region’s spectacular natural beauty.

Central Asia   16 May, 2013, 14:36
Motorcycling right the way across Laos  
Pat Garrod

In this extract from ‘Bearback’, his account of two years spent motorbiking round the world, Dr Pat Garrod and his wife Ness travel from Cambodia to Thailand – slowly through Laos.

Europe   15 May, 2013, 16:11
‘Doing’ Europe in a very big hurry  
David Tyndall

How do you tour Europe in less than a month – and take ten days off for a rest in the middle? Basically you do a city a night, says David Tyndall, as he races around a grueling series of highlights.

Europe   15 May, 2013, 15:24
Pembrokeshire Caravan Trippin’  
Tez Plavenieks

If you land in England, go west. Tez Plavenieks hooks up his caravan and surf boards and drives into Wales.

Asia Pacific, Central Asia, Deals   13 May, 2013, 15:13
The Magical Maldives: Top Five Attractions  
Anthony Starks

The Maldives are magic, says Anthony Starks, and there’s much more to do than just lie on the beach.

Americas   13 May, 2013, 14:57
A foggy morning on Minnesota’s North Shore  
Brandon Elijah Scott

Minnesota State’s emblem is the Split Rock Lighthouse, but Brandon Eijah Scott finds it hard to spot on a gloomy dank day. Those are, of course, precisely the conditions that make it so useful.

Africa   13 May, 2013, 12:15
Bonkmates and thigh vendors: the colourful world of Kampala  
Jason Smart

In this latest extract from his e-book, Flashpacking through Africa, Jason Smart is easily seduced by the charms of Uganda’s ramshackle capital.

Asia Pacific   13 May, 2013, 11:48
Enveloped in traffic in downtown Manilla  
John M Edwards

An unscheduled landing in the Philippines upsets John M Edwards’ girlfriend. Being pregnant didn’t help – but neither did getting dumped.

Deals, Europe   3 May, 2013, 17:03
10 places to visit in Cornwall for nature lovers  
Mark Shaw

Few parts of the UK can match Cornwall for sheer natural beauty. Mark Shaw picks out ten outstanding highlights.

Editorials, Pole to Pole   3 May, 2013, 16:24
Travelling to seal the father/daughter bond  
Dan Beckmann

Dan Beckmann, like many dads, has to fight to retain a stable relationship with his growing daughter. Travelling together, he finds, has really helped.

Asia Pacific, Editorials   3 May, 2013, 16:07
Meeting the Dutch in Thailand and Laos  
Mike Weisbuch

American Mike Weisbuch learned Dutch in college because he thought it might make him look cool. It didn’t. He also has quite a lot of trouble using the language in Southeast Asia, where most Dutch people seem perfectly fluent in English.

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