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Audrey Ng
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Miss Berlin and seeing remnants of history. 
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My Berlin experience in brief
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Just starting to document the journey of my recent hiking trip!
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I went to Amphawa :)
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Enter to win a trip for two worth up to $4,000 to Cuba, India, Italy, Morocco, Peru or Australia. Live, travel, eat and sleep like a local. #TourRadar
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Really want to go to the tri-coloured lakes!
City Nomads' top 5 hiking spots in Indonesia - featuring Mount Bromo, Mount Rinjani, Mount Kelimutu, Mount Ijen, and Mount Kerinci.
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As early as the 2nd millennium BC, Syria was a meeting place for caravans trading soaps, silks, spices, ceramics - all manner of astonishing items - from East to West along the Old Silk Road. The S...
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Spent a month in Berlin, ended up with this ;) http://www.lulu.com/content/e-book/das-ist-berlin/15049811
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The Naked Meals, custom healthy meals delivered to your door - the City Nomads review
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I need to go back to Czech! Heck, I want to work there! Any English speaking jobs ??!
The Czech love-affair with beer goes beyond just drinking it - they bathe in it, have festivals in its honour, and then find new ways of drinking it. Evan Rail toasts the finest ways to appreciate a Czech brew
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Top 10 Czech beer experiences
www.theguardian.com

The Czech love-affair with beer goes beyond just drinking it - they bathe in it, have festivals in its honour, and then find new ways of dri

The best independent travel magazines
www.theguardian.com

A new breed of independent travel magazines is on the rise. We talk to their creators to find out what inspires them and ask which travel pu

The week when Mick Jagger found the true cost of fame
www.theguardian.com

Some of the coverage of L'Wren Scott's death was shameful but it doesn't justify curbs on the press

The beautiful magazines setting out to prove print isn't dead
www.theguardian.com

A new wave of publishers is bucking the digital trend with stylishly printed magazines that are as much a joy to hold as behold, writes John

Weekend getaway: East Java continued - Mount Ijen part 2
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Our guide advised us not to go down but my friends really wanted to, so we paid one of the sulphur workers at the edge about 50000 rupiahs e

10 of the best hostels in London
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From a former courthouse where the Clash stood trial to a Jacobean mansion where Byron and Wordsworth once syayed, travel blogger Dixe Wills

Easy Cold-Brewed Coffee Recipe - CHOW
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This recipe for cold-brewed coffee makes a smooth brew for iced caffeinated beverages without any fancy equipment.

Vatican journalist with front pew view of momentous year for papacy
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Stories of 2013: Giovanna Chirri expected a Vatican meeting in February to be a dry affair, then Pope Benedict said meas ingravescente aetat

Northern lights trips: holidays to see the aurora
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Combine viewing the northern lights with wildlife trips, snowmobiling and more on these exciting short breaks

Top 5 Tips on Saving Money in Norway
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Tip 1: Cheap Eats Set aside some money for at least one dinner in a nice setting and hit the chain restaurants like Egon and Peppes Pizza or

Classic Foods of Provence
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Can a culinary landscape endure eight decades of change? Guided by an extraordinary 1929 map of...

Neil Gaiman: Why our future depends on libraries, reading and daydreaming
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A lecture explaining why using our imaginations, and providing for others to use theirs, is an obligation for all citizens

Best Desserts Around the World
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Where to satisfy your sweet tooth, from Vienna to New Orleans.

Fashion PR Must-Reads: Top Web Sites Every Fashion Publicist Should Know...
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On Saturday I had the amazing opportunity to present about fashion PR and emerging trends to the Public Relations Student Society of America

Cool cafes with wifi in Bangkok
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Bangkok is so enormous that many of the good cafes are tucked away in not so obvious locations. In October I was able to spend a month here

What happened to history’s refugees?
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People have been forced to leave their countries since the very notion of a country was created. We take a look at some of the largest human

Drip coffee was ok. Bit weak. Wanted to get some beans as well but the barista couldn't be bothered to answer my question. Oh well. Even the supermarket would be better
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