November 2006

Issue number: 83

In this issue

Interview: Dervla Murphy; Bushmanland, Namibia; Amazon, Brazil; Insider's Kathmandu; Wildlife in Gabon; Bear-tracking in Romania; City secrets of Vilnius; Storm-chasing in Wales; Diaries v blogs; Guide of the Year results; Travel blueprint: Mexico

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Can handicrafts save Mongolia's snow leopards?

An innovative programme is rewarding Sagsai herdsmen for not killing endangered snow leopards. Mark Carwardine went along to see how it works

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Get paid to travel - become a wildlife cameraman

Love travel? Check. Keen on wildlife? Check. Willing to risk being trampled on? Erm... We ask Planet Earth's Martyn Colbeck about a career on the hoof

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Bass straits: fishing in Brazil

Charles Rangeley-Wilson takes us on a fishing trip down the Rio Negro

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Gorilla trekking in Gabon

Tourism is still a fledgling industry in Gabon, but wildlife tracking is providing a much-needed boost to visitor numbers as Lyn Hughes found

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10 secrets of Vilnius, Lithuania

Discover the best museums, bars and most importantly homemade cakes Lithuania's medieval capital has to offer (and how to get away from the crowds)

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Winter walking on Wales' Pembrokeshire coast

Atlantic gales make winter the most exhilarating time to step out in west Wales, says local Alf Alderson

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Mexico Travel Blueprint: 4 unmissable trips

Diverse marine life, glittering canyons, mighty pyramids and colourful festivals and markets - Mexico has always been a hot destination among travellers looking for spice and adventure

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