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Editorials, Pole to Pole   23 Nov, 2018, 15:15
Freediving and photography – it’s a black and white issue  
James Monnington

Free-diver James Monnington has taken his camera all over the world, from the waters off the UK to the Galapagos Islands and the cenotes of Central America. He talks to the Travelmag about shooting black and white.

Africa   16 Nov, 2018, 12:52
Joining the Foreign Legion soon leads to violence  
Colin Wallace

Perhaps it’s bad luck that when Colin Wallace joins the Foreign Legion they happen to be fighting the Algerian War. He starts to realise he’s on the wrong side.

Deals, Europe   13 Nov, 2018, 14:45
Cefalù, Sicily: the perfect 3-day weekend trip  
Emily Jones

Emily Jones says the seaside town of Cefalù in Sicily is Italy’s ultimate answer for a perfect short sunkissed break.

Asia Pacific, Central Asia   12 Nov, 2018, 13:18
Panda-tracking tales from China’s Anzihe reserve  
Kyle Obermann

Photographer Kyle Oberman talks to the Travelmag about his expedition into China in search of the elusive – and endangered – panda bears.

Deals, Europe   9 Nov, 2018, 14:07
A family trip to Krakow – what is worth seeing?  
Lucy Barker

There’s no doubt Poland’s city of culture has plenty to attract the visitor. Lucy Barker examines the highlights of Krakow.

Editorials   8 Nov, 2018, 17:31
Charging your phone and devices when travelling abroad  
Jack Barker

In a world where USB chargers are ever-more important on the road, Jack Barker finds that Anker is the company providing what the traveller needs. Here, their four-port charger with a continental adapter built-in.

Africa   7 Nov, 2018, 15:28
Five convincing reasons to sponsor a Zambian child  
Karen Beattie

Karen Beattie introduces Project Luangwa, a ground-breaking charity working in one of Zambia’s most beautiful parks. This is a way to sponsor a child through school – and know there’s an actual child at the end of it. Click through and remember it’s Christmas.

Europe   6 Nov, 2018, 12:08
A car-smuggling scam told from a Spanish prison  
Colin Wallace

Back in the seventies Colin Wallace is tricked into crossing from Morocco in a fan stuffed with hash. He finds his fellow inmates also have tales to tell.

Americas   4 Nov, 2018, 17:22
Pura Vida on Costa Rica’s Pacific coast  
Adam Jacot de Boinod

The gem of Central America, Costa Rica, finds Adam Jacot de Boinod one of it’s most enthusiastic and appreciative guests.

Deals, Europe   2 Nov, 2018, 05:48
The hidden gems of Croatia  
Lucy Barker

Pretty little Croatia is one of Europe’s most underrated tourist destinations. Lucy Barker explores its highlights.

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