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The hunt for a peaceful Honduras

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Crime may plague other parts of Honduras, but on Utila, a Caribbean island with a population of just 3,500, the biggest problems are invasive lionfish – and getting a restaurant table.
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Eatimology

Is the banh mi the world’s best sandwich?

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A product of Vietnam’s colonial past, the beloved concoction combines a crunchy French baguette with pork, pate and an ever-changing array of fresh vegetables.
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Our favourite images of the week

A selection of the most stunning travel photos from around the world, including majestic Australian landscapes and Jules Verne-inspired installations in the French city of Nantes.


In France, a steampunk park of Jules Verne’s dreams

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With its combined art installation and amusement park, Nantes has brought the bizarre world of science fiction writer Jules Verne to life, complete with 12m-tall mechanical elephant.
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Swing takes over the Emerald Isle

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Traditionally associated with folk, Ireland is falling in love with swing – and travellers can compete, take classes or just join in down at the local pub.
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The Travel Show

On the beat with Manila's dancing policeman

For the past 10 years, this traffic cop has been entertaining the people who ride along Manila's busy roads. Can the BBC's Rajan Datar keep up?
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