Tibetans around the world spoke out against the July 2006 opening of the Beijing-Lhasa railway, but we heard little noise from within Tibet.
The ubiquitous blue-striped plastic water-pot sells in Guatemala’s markets for 15 Quetzales, about $2.  Made locally, the 15-litre version weighs 35 lbs when filled with water.
 As a result of its national oil industry, Canada leads the way in the technology of drilling for potable water.
Top Five Hardest Things to Grasp When Learning Flamenco (but don’t be fooled, none of it is really easy)
In The Road to Lukomir (Spring 2009), Sean Brander brings us to a remote village, high in the mountains of central Bosnia, where the impact of tourism is being felt for the first time. Here is Sean's advice on how to reach Lukomir, on your own steam.
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