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Travel writers pick top travel destinations for 2...
... low-key islands really are, and subsequently visitor arrivals are on the up. Australia's No. 1 choice in the Pacific has long been Fiji (largely due to the ease of getting there and the...
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Still standing: Campaign signs outlast election
... are enforced, she added. “We always send candidates a packet of information which lets them know what the rules are concerning taking down signs,” Wray said. “Those rules vary according to each...
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Thailand tourism benefits elephants
... never make it to U.S. shores; the friendly people (they don't call it the Land of Smiles for nothing); great shopping (custom made suits and dresses in silk and other precious fabrics, made the...
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Constable: Bears make teen's wish come true
You might not be excited by today's NFL clash between a 2-8 team coached by the last guy fired by the Bears and a 4-6 Bears team coached by the next guy likely to be fired by the Bears. But...
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What I've learned from dating a Filipino woman
... my car and anything else that could be sold, bought a one-way ticket and left the UK with nothing but my backpack. It was whilst travelling through Laos by motorbike with my best friend that...
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Schensul: When the soap runs out, get the salt - ...
... up. This is against my genetic makeup. But after scouring every corner of Paris, I have not found my petite holy grail: Cleopatra soap. You may remember, in a previous column I wrote...
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Oh come, all ye multi-faithful: The Christmas jum...
... bring a little more harmony into the world. At £40, the company says it is for everyone, "no matter what colour, creed or culture", though some – of course – will argue it's political...
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Canyon faces another threat, too
On Nov. 5, a brief article appeared in The Telegraph regarding the awarding of contracts to service companies such as hotels and restaurants on the south rim of the Grand Canyon.These facilities have...
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Lenny Pickett's Mongolian Tour Diary - By Lenny P...
... would be our constant guide and Mongolian culture interpreter, and by Amy and Mochi (not their Mongolian names), two students with English language skills, who act as translators and...
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Cultural change afoot in South Pacific
... harder it rained, the louder the laughter echoed across Suva. With every drop came another smile, and with every touch of the ball another dream was born. It was rugby league in its...
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'Walking Dead' in Georgia: Film tourism comes to ...
Editor's note: This story, and several others on Atlanta, complement the CNNGo TV series. This month's show highlights Atlanta's local charm, outdoorsy atmosphere, culinary excellence and great music....
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The Walking Dead
Decide Whether to Keep Sentimental Items with Thr...
We often clutter our spaces with too much stuff: souvenirs, antiques from previous generations, and gifts are just the tip of the iceberg. If you're willing to put your feelings aside, here's how to...
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No transport perception
... the 50th anniversary of independence. The feature, which they call a ‘fiction’, was not a documentary but was loosely based on the real thing and purported to show the human aspect of...
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Confessions of an Ivory Consumer
... confession to make. As a young man living in West Africa in the early 1980s, I often bought souvenirs made of ivory. Usually, they were intended as gifts—a pendant, an earring, a piece of...
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Techies on personalising the workspace Inside the modern facades and plexiglass of Technopark’s skyscrapers are utilitarian, air-conditioned rooms, choc-a-block with rows and rows of cubicles. It’s...
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A second look at Kota Kinabalu
... one of the things I promised to do was step out of my comfort zone and do things I wouldn’t normally do. One of those things was agreeing to go to KK, as everyone calls the capital state of...
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Santa Claus aboard for holiday train trips
The Three Rivers Rambler doesn't go far north, but it has Santa riding the rails. He'll be aboard the annual weekend Christmas Lantern Express Trains Nov. 28-Dec. 21. Trains will leave from the new...
Read more at Knoxville News Sentinel
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Why Brendan Rodgers Needed Leaf Out of Jose Mouri...
... dreaming of an end to a 24-year top flight title wait. But all Rodgers’ smooth talking cannot disguise the fact that it increasingly appears that at Anfield the emperor has no clothes,...
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BORDER ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE: Nov 20-26, 2014
... musical artery will flow into Wodonga’s Edwards Tavern all this weekend (November 22 and 23) as the second annual Wodonga Bluesfest hits full stride. Among the top...
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Turkish flavours on the table
On a visit to Turkey, I actually went to the spice market straight from the airport! Located in Eminonu, right behind the New Mosque (or Yeni Camii) not far from the Galata Bridge, Misir Carsisi is...
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