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Forms of identification: Pico Iyer

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Mini guide to Havana, Cuba

The capital of Cuba is home to vintage American cars, revolutionary slogans on walls of houses hosting all-night parties and idyllic beaches.
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The buzz surrounding this summer’s high-profile events will be painful for bargain-seeking business travellers, as demand rises for hotels and transport.
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Every winter, visitors are treated to a portside concert of foghorns and whistles played by shipping boats frozen in the St Lawrence River.
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How to avoid travel scams

Even sensible international travelers can be tricked. Here’s what to look out for.
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