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Drawing on experience: Paris


Have book and pen, will travel.
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Mini guide to Melbourne, Australia

The capital of Victoria is known for its culture. Those who linger will be rewarded by the city’s slow-burning charm – from antique trams to leafy parks and bay promenades.
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Ancient Burma’s playful side


The temples and lively spirit of Mrauk U make this timeless village the spiritual successor to Angkor Wat.
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Namibia’s desolate beauty

This southern African country is a photographer’s dream, with wild seascapes, rugged canyons, lonely deserts, stunning wildlife and nearly unlimited elbow room.


Rugby, and a party, in Hong Kong


The annual rugby Sevens event, when scores of visitors descend on the Chinese territory for the weekend, is a non-stop celebration of drink -- and sport.
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Changing tides in Dubai


A visit to this ever-changing UAE city reveals a mix of mega-malls, traditional souks, artsy enclaves and modern architecture.
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