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Slowly, slowly grin and beer it

Zanzibar's Sea Cliff offers an opportunity to hide, recharge and emerge refreshed, writes Kevin Ritchie.

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iol travel jul 29 WOMAD festival
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Words gain ground at Britain's festivals

Poetry is the latest crowd draw at Britain's music festivals, once havens of rebellious rock.

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China’s plans for new mega-city

China has plans to massively expand its current capital, Beijing, to create a city that will measure a jaw-dropping 82 000sqm. [VIDEO]

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Jump into chilling beauty
July 10 2015 at 13:28

America's first national park offers a landscape of extremes, writes Bonnie Jo Mount.

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Gear that thwarts thieves: Top picks
July 10 2015 at 11:55

Little things sometimes make a big difference when it comes to travel safety - like a strategically placed zipper.

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Paradise far from the madding crowd
July 10 2015 at 11:55

Corsica is one of those holiday places that fans like to keep to themselves. Frank Barrett plans to do exactly the same.

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World’s Best list includes SA city
July 10 2015 at 09:08

The Mother City has once again made the list in the Travel + Leisure World's Best Awards for 2015.

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Fill your senses at a seaside manor
July 10 2015 at 07:18

Watch whales while at breakfast, or take a boat trip to Seal Island. By Adrian Rorvik

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The world’s new heritage sites
July 10 2015 at 07:17

The Cape's own protected floral region has been included in Unesco's list of World Heritage Sites for 2015.

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My love affair with Guatemala
July 10 2015 at 07:16

You can't go to Guatemala and not become at least mildly obsessed with its textiles, writes Maya Kroth.

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Have bike, will travel
July 9 2015 at 12:43

For Jon Day the cyclist, whether urban or rural, is exploring the environment in a way a pedestrian or a driver cannot.

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A barren and windswept landscape
July 9 2015 at 12:42

Swakopmund offers a unique snapshot of German colonial Africa. Simon Parker visits.

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Carnival aims to start cultural Cuba cruises
July 9 2015 at 11:39

Carnival has won US approval to operate culturally-themed cruises to Cuba and plans to start taking travellers there in May.

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