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Camp in the Serengeti

Camping with lions and 1.4 million wildebeests

Camping in the middle of the Tanzanian Serengeti with nothing but a thin canvas between you and who-knows-what is beyond exciting

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Broadway has now beeen closed to traffic so you can enjoy a sit down in Times Square or right outside Macy's

Manhattan insider: 12 top tips for enjoying New York City

Destination: New York City

Here is my easy-to-read guide with a dozen tips on New York sightseeing, hotels, shopping, discounts, Thanksgiving, eating out, Broadway theatre shows, Abercrombie & Fitch and more…

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The Kabukiza, Ginza

Traditional Tokyo: a photographer's guide

Destination: Tokyo

According to the Japan National Tourism Organisation, Tokyo boasts seven of the country's 10 most popular sights - making the city a treasure trove for avid SLR enthusiasts and holiday snappers alike

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Zizkov TV Tower from up close

Take a trip to Prague's tallest building

by rfield

Destination: Prague

Prague is surely the prettiest and most photogenic city in the world. But when you’ve seen enough historic architecture, the tallest (and ugliest) building in town is well worth a visit

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Dinner at Barn Asia

Newcastle upon Tyne - a grown-up girls' weekend away

Destination: Newcastle upon Tyne

A girls' weekend of fine dining, vintage clothes shops and culture in Newcastle upon Tyne proves that there's more to The Toon than Viz magazine and half-dressed revellers partying in The Bigg Market

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Plastic ice cream cones at a stall on the Nakamise Shopping Arcade, Asakusa

Plastic sushi and peanut ice cream in downtown Tokyo

Destination: Tokyo

Tokyo is exquisite. There is an attention to detail that is utterly charming, and you feel like a child in a sweet shop as you walk the streets of Asakusa, finding treasure at every turn

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Relaxing in the bath

Monkeying around in Nagano

Destination: Japan

During the winter months, the mountainous area of Nagano, in Japan, is famous not only for skiing and snowboarding, but also for bathing macaques, who hang out in their own private hot spring

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Bellafonte garden and jetty

Bonaire - my snorkelling dream come true

by lyngin

Destination: Bonaire

If you love the idea of seeing amazing underwater life from a snorkeler's perspective but, like me, you aren't a strong swimmer, Bonaire has to be the best place in the world to start

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Keeping watch on a Bristol Channel Island

Flat Holm: the Bristol Channel island

Destination: Cardiff

If you're searching for an island off the beaten tourist track, look no further than the UK's Bristol Channel. Here you will find Flat Holm, an undiscovered haven that's just waiting to be explored

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The E4 Purple Cow at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival Udderbelly

Edinburgh's Classy & Stylish Hotels

by jay

Destination: Edinburgh

A guide to some of Edinburgh's better hotels, plus tips on how to make the most of your visit. Edinburgh is compact & walkable, and an ideal long-weekend destination. See the video!

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