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Mike Webster offers the following considerations for travelling as or with a diabetic.
Veteran English teacher Troy Nahumko launches a four-part series of TEFL Reality Talks with a few tips to help you dodge the fiasco factor.
A chance meeting with an Indonesian farmer teaches Shane Barter that everyone has a story.
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Brendan Sainsbury discusses the challenges and pleasures of his career as a guidebook writer for Lonely Planet.
Perceived to be an accessible climb, summiting Africa's highest peak is still no walk in the park, and most climbing parties rely on porters. Insisting that they are treated fairly is part of the deal.
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Long-standing Spanish tradition or nothing more than animal cruelty? Colin Moore checks out a bullfight in Madrid for a taste of the debate.
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