Meet Dawa Sherpa, the man who climbed Everest. Four times

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Only 29 years old, Dawa Sherpa is already a Himalayan legend. This is his story.
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Beyond banh mi: 9 local dishes to try in Vietnam

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Vietnam. You'll come for the culture, you'll come back for the food. And what a lot of food there is.

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What to expect on your African safari

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The words ‘African safari’ conjure up images of trumpeting elephants, impalas mid-leap and open-topped four-wheel drives hurtling down dusty roads.

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11 tips for surviving your long-haul flight

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While we can’t provide a solution for the lack of legroom and the seat-kicker (short of a few withering glares), we’ve got a few handy tips to keep you comfy, warm and entertained for your upcoming long-haul flight.

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A tale of two countries: One traveller’s journey through Turkey

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Our local guide, Ugur loosened up a little and talked of his homeland. ’Watch Turkey’, he said. ‘Do me a favour, and watch Turkey. Follow this story’.

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Behind the lens with Anuar Patjane, the best underwater photographer in the world

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Anuar Patjane is officially the best travel photographer in the world...according to National Geographic anyway. And they're a pretty good judge.

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How to pack for an overseas trip

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A recent weekend away with friends to Australia’s Mornington Peninsula highlighted a very important issue faced by travellers the world over: the inability to pack efficiently.

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The search for solitude in South America

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It’s pretty accurate that most of the time, pleasure is found first in anticipation and later in memory.

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Why we sometimes lose the travel itch, and how we can get it back

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My seven weeks travelling through the country had become a bit of a blur. And it was on that train, somewhere in China, that I decided I wanted out.

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What it’s really like to see mountain gorillas in Rwanda

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There’s only one brief moment when I feel afraid. I am in Volcanoes National Park in the North West corner of Rwanda, and I’m crouching one metre away from an angry female gorilla.

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