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Asia Pacific   30 Jun, 2017, 14:15
A cheerfully cheap tour of Southeast Asia  
Mary Rose Acosta

From the Philippines, Southeast Asia is almost on the doorstep. Mary Rose Acosta travels inexpensively around a range of countries most Westerners can only dream of.

Americas   30 Jun, 2017, 12:12
The uglier side of Rio spoils a tropical idyll  
Mat Ward

Mat Ward finds his enjoyment of Brazilian’s most beautiful city marred by hassle from shoe-shine men and opportunistic crime.

Deals, Pole to Pole   30 Jun, 2017, 10:17
Must-see cruise destinations for autumn 2017  
Lucy Barker

There’s never been a greater choice of cruises to explore far-flung destinations. Lucy Barker runs through the top options for the tail end of this year.

Americas   30 Jun, 2017, 09:48
Learning language and love in Guatemala’s highlands  
Bonnie Lynn

Bonnie Lynn revisits Guatemala, learns a bit more Spanish and tries to pick up some Kaqchikel (in case she meets some Mayas), on an extensive tour of the country’s tribal hinterland.

Deals, Editorials   29 Jun, 2017, 12:04
A traveller’s guide to using Google Maps  
Paul Woollacombe

Google Maps have revolutionised how we get to where we need to be. Paul Woollacombe presents a useful guide to making the travel app work for you.

Americas   29 Jun, 2017, 08:45
Meeting the Mayas in Cop├ín, Honduras  
Sankar Chatterjee

On a road trip through Central America Sankar Chatterjee stops off to see the worldfamous ruins at Copan, just across the border from Guatemala. Unlike nearby Tikal this site has stelae and engravings aplenty.

Deals, Pole to Pole   28 Jun, 2017, 19:51
Top 50 travel scams around the world  
Lucy Barker

A tourist away from home is easy prey for scammers. Lucy Barker outlines the current trends for criminals to fleece unwary travellers.

Americas, Pole to Pole   21 Jun, 2017, 11:42
Pleneau Bay: where icebergs go to die  
Eric Whitehead

Eric Whitehead’s love of Icebergs sees him heading south as far as he can go, and explore the frozen wastes of Antarctica.

Central Asia, Europe   18 Jun, 2017, 19:17
Skiing south on the border between Europe and Asia  
Charlie Walker

Charlie Walker tracks the border between Russia and Asia. It’s cold up there but Cally helps him travel a route with absolutely no transport infrastructure.

Americas   15 Jun, 2017, 11:55
Buenos Aires fails to live up to it’s party reputation  
Mat Ward

Argentina’s capital has something of a reputation for hardcore partying. Mat Ward finds a city that’s far more sedate.

Europe   14 Jun, 2017, 13:29
5 epic road trips in the UK  
Gerry Cruz

On a map Great Britain looks too small to fit a road trip. But Gerry Cruz says there’s plenty of room for five, at least.

Central Asia, Europe   8 Jun, 2017, 18:51
Arrested for tourism in Russia’s far north  
Charlie Walker

Adventurer par excellence Charlie Walker runs into legal problems as he fights his way through a forgotten corner of the Soviet Empire. Who knew tourism was so illegal.

Europe   8 Jun, 2017, 14:31
An A-Z guide to England’s Lake District  
Emily Phelps

Arguably some of the most beautiful countryside in Europe can be found in northern England. Emily Phelps has an alphabetic guide to Britain’s Lake District.

Americas   5 Jun, 2017, 08:59
Boston: Home to Harvard, heritage, and an easy escape  
Laurie Bodley

Laurie Bodley thought she knew what Boston was all about until she visited for family instead of for business and saw it in a whole new light.

Central Asia   1 Jun, 2017, 19:39
Mother Teresa? Pah. What about Calcutta’s Major Gardener  
Devika A Rosamund

Years before Mother Teresa was sainted there was another philanthropist handing out food to Calcutta’s poor, Devika A Rosamund was in India when Major Gardener of the Salvation Army was equally famous.

Americas   1 Jun, 2017, 11:41
Brits abroad on South America’s busses  
Mat Ward

On a long bus journey from Bolivia to Paraguay, Mat Ward finds British behaviour more than embarrassing.

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