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How travel heals old wounds - When a series of tragedies struck, Dalene and Pete Heck quit their six-figure jobs for an uncertain life on the road – and they haven’t looked back. http://bbc.in/1DgyGBz
We’d had the conversation many times before.
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The wildest carnival in Europe - Each January, the Orthodox New Year is welcomed in the small town of Vevcani by a boozy parade of extraordinarily costumed, masked — and politically active — participants. http://bbc.in/1DdcPLn
Each January, the Orthodox New Year is welcomed in the small town of Vevčani by a boozy parade of extraordinarily costumed, masked — and politically active — participants.
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Watch: Car tows skier in Detroit - A TV news station was broadcasting live when the skier swooshed past. http://bbc.in/1D25I8k
Some skiers will stop at nothing in the search for fresh powder.
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Seven unknown architectural wonders - Forget the Taj Mahal and the Coliseum – some of the world’s most impressive structures remain out of the public eye. http://bbc.in/1uSrCV5
We’ve all heard of the Coliseum, the Great Wall of China, and the Taj Mahal. But what about the world’s undiscovered architectural wonders: the man-made marvels where most crowds don’t stray?
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Great Wall of India and Derawar Fort were surprising in the list. Great article :)
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Living in the shadow of a giant - Thousands of people set out to climb Africa’s highest peak each year, entering into a revered tribe of adventurers. But in the shadow of Mt Kilimanjaro, another tribe reigns supreme. http://bbc.in/1HkntEn
Each year, more than 50,000 people set out to climb Africa’s highest peak, joining a revered tribe of dedicated adventurers. But in the shadow of Mt Kilimanjaro, nestled in the foothills, another tribe reigns supreme. The Chagga clan, one of more than 260 tribes in Tanzania, has been living in the laidback village of Marangu since the 19th Century, and their descendants, the Bantu people, began migrating to this area along the slopes of Kilimanja...
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Stalking ‘a pure killing machine’ - Walking safaris in Botswana bring travellers out of the jeep – and their comfort zone – and onto the dry, African soil to hunt for one of the greatest predators in the animal kingdom. http://bbc.in/1CmkZAC
Taking a simple walk had never seemed so dangerous. Gathered around a camp table set up with maps, field guides – and gin and tonics – we plotted our stroll into the late afternoon heat. Normally jovial, our guide Paul Ditiro looked around the group, fixing us with a serious look. “The first rule is no running – at all,” he said, his usual glimmer of mirth buried in the gravity of the moment. “And we will walk in a single file line, with me at th...
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Where The Hunger Games came to life - The first instalment of the blockbuster film series was shot in North Carolina, including around a ghostly, abandoned mill town. http://bbc.in/1KH5Zhy
In a clearing surrounded by autumn-tinged trees, a row of near-identical clapboard houses stood before me. Their military alignment and similarity were the only organised aspects about them. Their wood had weathered to a gloomy grey; enormous holes gaped in cement-block foundations. Many had shattered windows. All were abandoned.
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A hope for happiness in Porto - After being hit heartbreakingly hard by the recession, Porto is witnessing a phenomenal wave of new tourists who seek out its more unconventional features. http://bbc.in/1zWqqpB
After being hit heartbreakingly hard by the recession, Porto is witnessing a phenomenal wave of new tourists who seek out its more unconventional features.
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The taco taking the US by storm - The Korean-Mexican mashup took off in Los Angeles thanks to Twitter and a fleet of food trucks. Is the dish a passing fad or here to stay? http://bbc.in/1DDbpIo
I was in search of a food truck.
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Our favourite images of the week - Discover some of the most stunning travel photography, from the strikingly beautiful skies of Scotland to the rugged mountains of Malibu Creek State Park. http://bbc.in/1BvgT58
Discover some of the most stunning travel photography, from the strikingly beautiful skies of Scotland to the rugged mountains of Malibu Creek State Park.
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Ruined and restored in Cambodia - Exploring off the map in Banteay Chhmar helps acclaimed travel writer Don George understand the ruins of Cambodia – and of his own life. http://bbc.in/1tiFXi5
As Mr Kim navigated his car onto the puddled, potholed road that led to Banteay Chhmar, he turned to me. “Where are you staying?” he asked.
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Why are Danish people so happy? - The Danes are famously considered to be the happiest people in the world. Can other nationalities follow suit? http://bbc.in/184m8Sm
The Danes are famously considered to be the happiest people in the world. Can other nationalities follow suit?
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It's all that Omega 3-6-9 they get from eating fish.  Permanent Soma Holidays . . .
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