64 june-july 2004

Issue number: 64

In this issue

Life after the genocide, Rwanda; Southwest USA; Hong Kong; Trans-Siberian railway; Ten great rail journeys; The Ghan, Australia; Adelaide, South Australia; South Tyrol, Italy

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Bird flu: how scared should you be?

Could our rise in travelling aid an outbreak of diseases, like bird flu?

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Wild Rwanda: in the garden of good and evil

Wanderlust visited Rwanda 10 years after the genocide ended, and was struck by its rapid transition from brutality to beauty

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Trans-Siberian: From Russia with love

No other train holds the same allure as the Trans-Siberian. Bryn Thomas prepares you for the ride of your life

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The great train corroboree

Paul Miles catches the great Ghan railway across Australia's Aboriginal heartland

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Destination Adelaide

You've arrived in South Australia's capital - what now? Valeria Singleton fills you in

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Dubai: a brief encounter

Got a flight stopover in Dubai? Squeeze the most out of your city adventure

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South West USA

Greg Ward dusts off his Stetson and rides into the wilds of New Mexico, Colorado, Arizona and Utah

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Goa's top 6 heritage hotels

David Abram scours the backwaters and palm groves of India's Portuguese corner in search of the most authentically Goan places to stay

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Sir Ranulph Fiennes: 'I was nearly the next James Bond'

Climbing legend Sir Ranulph Fiennes discusses his heroes, his motivations, and how he nearly beat Roger Moore to the role of the world's most famous spy

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