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The green fairy flies again

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After being banned for nearly 100 years, absinthe is back on the drinks menu in France.
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Daily deal: Seven nights in Belize

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Spend seven days on Glover's Atoll, behind a snorkel mask gazing at the reef. Or, take a break and fish, kayak or simply nap in a beachfront cabana ($1,990).
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Souq Waqif, Doha’s resilient, labyrinthine market

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A harbour trading post that fell into disrepair, this historic souq is back and better than ever.
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World's top night markets

Haggle for souvenirs and feast on street food at night markets from Thailand to San Francisco.


Italy's secret caves

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In the remote southern Italian region of Basilicata is the unique and ancient cave-city of Matera, famous for its sassi, stone houses carved out of the caves and cliffs.
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Drawing on Experience

Drawing on experience: Shanghai

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Have book and pen, will travel.
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