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  • Video: a 2 minute guide to Cambodia and Laos

    Video: a 2 minute guide to Cambodia and Laos

    October 12th, 2017Olivia Rawes
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    From Cambodia’s bleached-sand beaches and world-famous Angkor Wat to Laos’s jungle-smothered interior and adventure hotspots, these Southeast Asian gems have something to offer every kind of traveller. Wondering where to head first? Use our 2-minute video guide to help you plan your trip.   Explore more of Cambodia and Laos with The Rough Guide to…

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  • Video: 6 things everyone learns backpacking

    Video: 6 things everyone learns backpacking

    August 31st, 2017Olivia Rawes
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    Whether it’s your first big trip or a short escape from reality, a backpacking adventure is guaranteed to be memorable. It won’t always be easy – and of course things will rarely go to plan – but few things can beat the freedom of packing your bag and fully immersing yourself somewhere new. From learning…

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  • Video: 6 places to visit in Europe on a budget

    Video: 6 places to visit in Europe on a budget

    August 10th, 2017Olivia Rawes
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    Travel in Europe doesn’t have to be expensive – you just need to know where to go. Whether you fancy rafting down rivers and scaling mountains in Slovenia, wandering along Porto’s colourful riverfront, or simply digging your toes into some quieter sands, Europe is full of places that you can explore without breaking the bank.…

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  • Video: there’s a treehouse on a crane you can sleep in

    Video: there’s a treehouse on a crane you can sleep in

    July 17th, 2017Olivia Rawes
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    Dynamic, vibrant Bristol is rapidly becoming one of the most exciting cities to visit in the UK. And staying in a treehouse suspended from a crane is the ideal way to tap into the spirit of this forward-thinking, creative powerhouse. Crane 29, a pop-up by Canopy & Stars, is located in Bristol’s old wharf. Boasting…

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  • Video: the most beautiful places in Canada

    Video: the most beautiful places in Canada

    June 29th, 2017Olivia Rawes
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    Simply put, Canada is stunning. The second largest country in the world, Canada is a land of crashing waterfalls, turquoise lakes and magnificent soaring mountains. As Canada’s 150th anniversary celebrations unfold, we take a look at some of the country’s top beauty spots. From the serene waters of Moraine Lake to the rugged wilderness of…

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  • Video: 5 things everyone learns on a road trip

    Video: 5 things everyone learns on a road trip

    June 1st, 2017Olivia Rawes
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    Road trips make for memorable journeys. Yes, it can be stressful at times, but few ways of travelling match the utter independence of the open road.  From embracing spontaneity and exploring lesser-known paths, to perfectly pairing your playlist with the scenery, a self-drive trip is an unmissable experience. Whether it’s a classic Route 66 drive…

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  • 5 reasons why Seville is the quintessential Spanish break

    5 reasons why Seville is the quintessential Spanish break

    August 2nd, 2016Olivia Rawes
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    Seville is Spain undiluted. Every image that springs to mind when you think of Spain, Seville not only provides, but revels in with theatrical abundance. There are sun-drenched plazas, outbursts of flamenco, dusty barrelled sherry, all-night fiestas and orange tree-lined streets tangling beneath sharp, clear skies. Clichéd? Yes. Over-the-top? Of course. But if you’ve ever…

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  • 6 reasons to visit Bogotá: South America’s underrated capital

    6 reasons to visit Bogotá: South America’s underrated capital

    January 29th, 2016Olivia Rawes
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    Polluted, rainy and business-orientated. Let’s face it, a trip to Bogotá hardly sounds appealing. And many travellers don’t bother to probe much further than this bleak reputation, seeing Bogotá either as somewhere to be skipped out altogether, or as merely a logistical blot on a more exciting itinerary. Other Latin American cities such as Buenos…

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  • From Dawn till After Dark: 25 Amazing Experiences

    From Dawn till After Dark: 25 Amazing Experiences

    November 6th, 2015Olivia Rawes
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    Rough Guides definitive list of 25 Amazing Experiences from around the world. Read more for Rough Guides 25 Amazing Experiences, from dawn till after dusk.

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  • 26 countries in 501 days: an epic culinary adventure

    26 countries in 501 days: an epic culinary adventure

    October 20th, 2015Olivia Rawes
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    In 2011, Tom Perkins set off to cycle from London to Cape Town. Joined by friends and taken in by strangers, his 501-day journey took him over 20,000km of road, through 26 countries and across 3 continents. His goal, to learn about lesser-documented cultures through food, became an epic culinary adventure that culminated in his first…

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  • Fez: Morocco’s new culinary capital

    Fez: Morocco’s new culinary capital

    June 24th, 2015Olivia Rawes
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    Morocco‘s third-largest city tends to go overlooked, and it certainly isn’t shouted about as a culinary hotspot. Even getting here – with limited flight connections and rail services – requires some effort. And once you’re inside the largest medina in Africa, a colossal walled labyrinth of around ten thousand lanes, things get even trickier. It’s a…

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  • 7 reasons to visit Battambang, Cambodia

    7 reasons to visit Battambang, Cambodia

    January 22nd, 2015Olivia Rawes
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    Olivia Rawes tells us why the city of Battambang, Cambodia, should be an essential stop on any southeast Asian itinerary. Battambang is often overlooked. It lacks the obvious Cambodian trump cards: no golden beaches, no capital city buzz, no Angkor Wat. But then neither does it suffer from congested traffic, coach loads of tourists, or…

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