June/July 2006

Issue number: 80

In this issue

More Japan, less cash; Bruce Parry: Interview; Conservation, Seychelles; Englishtown, Spain; Low-cost flights worldwide; Alternative Africa; Off-season trekking, Peru; Gdansk; Ashram stay, India; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Save the world, Simon Calder; Travelblueprint: Laos

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Save money round the planet

Is the budget way the best way to travel? Simon Calder certainly thinks so. Here he champions low-cost travel and offers his tips on how to scrimp your way around the world

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Five ways to save on family trips

How do you travel more for less with the tribe in tow? William Gray gives you five sound-as-a-pound ways to save cash

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If you go down to the woods today...

Want to go bear-spotting? You don't need to travel far to see these magnificent creatures - Romania, in fact, says Mark Carwardine

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Get paid to travel - how to crew a yacht

Expert advice from Alison Muir Bennet on how to crew a yacht

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Africa's alternative classics

Today you need a hefty budget to enjoy experiences such as Kilimanjaro or the Serengeti. These are not second-bests, but amazing adventures in their own right

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Trekking in the Cordillera Blanca, Peru

Braving the rainy season in Peru sometimes pays off - the trails are deserted, the flights are cheaper and best of all you get the attention of the locals all to yourself

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How the other half lives

Chris Moss takes a look at how to keep your 'pesos in your pockets' in Buenos Aires.

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A good investment: travel healthcare

Travel healthcare is not the place to cut corners. Undertake research, forward plan and shop around: savings can be made without jeopardising your wellbeing

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