Beyond the Guidebook

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How to get across town in one piece when the rules of the road are straight out of Mad Max.
Skinny houses on skinny streets, bobbing houseboats and some of the Western world’s most important art. No wonder the "Venice of the north” is one of Europe’s most-visited cities.
Each year, millions of travellers come to this small Indonesian island for its pristine beaches and reefs, and leave behind a mountain of rubbish.

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For young Indonesians, a new land of opportunity could lie beneath the sea.

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For young women in many other cultures, Aunt Flo's arrival brings fear and shame. These organizations are working to change that.

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Elephants, freed from the cruelty of Thailand's logging industry, now face an equally grim prospect: Tourism.

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For poor farmers in Nicaragua, palm plantations mean environmental destruction, chemical exposure—and a paycheque. Is there an alternative?

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When it comes to tipping guides and porters, crunching the numbers may not give you the right answer.

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Dracula tourism makes Romania millions, but at what cost to local culture?
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