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Ireland’s last seaweed spas

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Making the most of seaweed since the 12th Century, Irish seaweed spas claim to soften skin, improve circulation and cure cellulite.
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The ancient cities of Sri Lanka

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Travellers are flocking to Sri Lanka’s Cultural Triangle, home to frolicking monkeys, giant Buddha statues and 1,500-year-old palaces.



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Cycling sees massive growth in Sydney

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Over the last four years, Australia’s largest city has become an oasis of cyclers, with the number of bike-riding residents increasing more than 130% since 2010.
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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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India’s last surviving headhunters

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The hidden highlands of Hainan

A lush island interior that few visitors see


Where Norway meets New Zealand

A glacier-carved land of breathtaking views


The first World Nomad Games

It's like polo, but with a headless goat


Our favourite images of the week

Stunning images from around the world


Destinations

In France, new meets old….and weird

Jules Verne's steampunk visions come to life


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