Off The Beaten Track: Articles, Programs, Blogs, Travel Resources
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June 29, 2011
At the Feria de Mataderos, where Argentina's cowboys strut their stuff, both the crowd and the contestants are in for a surprise.
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"Kia ora!" "Errr – sorry, no.  You must be mistaking me for someone else.  My name is Alison."
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I just danced the merengue with a hard-nosed communist.
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I am sitting on a bench outside Haldwani bus station, a rural chicken stop in the far north of India. 
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In Nangi, Nepal, graduating from grade 5 is a serious matter.
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At last count, Aki Ra has defused over 20,000 landmines—the same number he estimates he laid as a child.
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In a city where street kids don't often make it to school, a bus brings learning to their doorsteps.
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A fair-trade coffee cooperative in Nicaragua uses tourism to put much-needed dollars to work in their communities.
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Intrigued by the smoking tin cans peddled on the streets of Kabul, Brent Lewin decides to get to the bottom of it.
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Canadian adventurer Graydon Hazenberg follows the trail of China's most revered traveller along the Silk Road.
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