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Llangranog sunset

Llangrannog: a Welsh village lost in time

Destination: Llangrannog

West Wales has all the beauty and quaintness of Cornwall but with fewer people and lower prices. The pearl of the area has to be the lovely little village of Llangrannog

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The view from the steps up to the lighthouse in Byron Bay

Surfing on a shoestring on Australia’s east coast

Destination: Byron Bay

In a van big enough to house two people, two surfboards, one gas stove and a few clothes, we drove from Sydney up the east coast of Australia, surfing all the way

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If you stay at the beach bar long enough, you might catch the sunrise

A rum deal in the Dominican Republic

Destination: Puerto Plata

The Caribbean is a magnet for beach-lovers and sun-worshippers, and a few days on the party island of the Dominican Republic is guaranteed to bring a grin to your face

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It’s not hard to find peace and quiet in the Sea of Cortez

Baja bound: a Mexican road trip

Destination: Baja California

Grab yourself a cheapo rental car, a map and an enthusiastic travelling companion, and you're perfectly equipped for a budget trip through Mexico's Baja peninsula

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A dusky dolphin peeks out then dives under the water in Kaikoura

Dolphin adventures in New Zealand

Destination: Kaikoura

The waters just off the coast of Kaikoura in New Zealand are the perfect place to discover the delights of diving with dusky dolphins

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The perfect right-hander at Cabadelo, just south of Figuera da Foz, does its thing for locals and travellers alike

Atlantic adventures in Portugal

Destination: Aveiro

With boards waxed and boardshorts packed, surfers head to Portugal’s wave-rich coast for the ultimate European surf odyssey

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Temple life

Cambodia for the adventurous

Destination: Laos

Tourists flock to Angkor Wat, completely ignoring most of Cambodia - but a new ecotourism trail aims to open up a whole new side to the country

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Lamu’s idyllic beach is 12km long

Lamu: an East African beach idyll

Destination: Lamu

Authentic, laidback and not too scary for first-timers to Africa, the Kenyan island of Lamu has deserted sandy beaches, offshore reefs and a proud Swahili culture to explore

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Sunset in the 4,000 islands

Southern Laos: beyond the tourist trail

by Siobhan

Destination: Laos

Take one motorbike, three freshwater dolphins, seven kilometres of underground river and 4,000 islands, and imagine... one amazing, adventurous week in the south of Laos

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Local stores sell everything and anything, including traditiional brooms

Tangiers: bustling crossroads of two continents

Destination: Tangier

The smells, sounds and sights of the souk are just part of the attraction on a trip to the Moroccan city of Tangiers

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