We are the Champions: North Korea’s Winning Ways

We are the Champions: North Korea’s Winning Ways

While not generally known as a footballing nation, the DPRK has enjoyed its fair share of sporting glory, as Jonny Blair explains.
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Down and Out in Cairo: A Trip to Egypt Gone Wrong

Down and Out in Cairo: A Trip to Egypt Gone Wrong

Our author goes to Egypt on a whim and winds up at the center of a neighborhood struggle for control of the streets.
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Walking the Echoes: Adventures in Former East Germany

Walking the Echoes: Adventures in Former East Germany

Studying German at school back in the 1980s left Lee Osborne with an enduring fascination for life in the old DDR. Finally, decades after the wall came down, he had to the opportunity to explore the remnants of former socialist state.
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Living with the Legacy: Reflections on the Beijing Olympics Four Years On

Living with the Legacy: Reflections on the Beijing Olympics Four Years On

Nicholas Langdon found his thoughts turning to the sweep of history as he explored the venue of the 2008 games.
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If You Like Drugs, Go To Cambodia (Part 2)

If You Like Drugs, Go To Cambodia (Part 2)

Follow the continuing adventures of the most debaucherous trip to Cambodia you can imagine.
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South Africa, The Most Violent Country on Earth: Well Worth a Visit!

South Africa, The Most Violent Country on Earth: Well Worth a Visit!

While visiting South Africa, Tijmen Kivit came face to face with the daily threat of crime that hangs over its citizens.
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