August/September 2008

Issue number: 97

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97 August/September 2008

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Kenya needs you!

Too few safaris-goers is as bad as too many, laments wildlife expert and TV presenter Mark Carwardine

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Why you should watch what you eat on your travels

Avoiding stomach bugs when overseas doesn't necessarily mean avoiding the best of the local food. Dine in pleasure with our top tips...

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Cambodia's hidden treasures

Angkor Wat is a true world wonder, but there's far more to Cambodia than its increasingly crowded temples – as a new Mekong discovery trail illustrates

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An artistic weekend in St Petersburg

Jeremy Head discovers that everyone loves a Beatle in St Petersberg as he explores John Lennon Street - what else!

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A wild swimming weekend in Cumbria

There's nothing quite so exhilarating as swimming in the great outdoors

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A delectable weekend in Zagreb, Croatia

Tony Kelly suggests the perfect weekend in Zagreb

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The griffon vultures of Cres, Croatia

Undisturbed by mass tourism, the Croatian island of Cres is a scenic refuge for the spectacular griffon vulture, as Lyn Hughes discovers

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A culinary tour of Japan

Tokyo has more Michelin stars than London and Paris combined. Ben Anderson tours Japan, eating treats 'so good I found it hard to believe I was ingesting food'

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Travel Icon: The Atacama Desert

Chile's high-altitude desert may be one of the driest places on earth, but there's a wealth of sites to visit which all enrich the soul

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Gold Coast Hinterland Great Walk

Taking you from rainforest to volcanic plateau in a few paces, Australia's new walking trail winds through one of the world's oldest and most diverse landscapes

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