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BBC Travel 2h
Garlic can do a lot more than ward off vampires!
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BBC Travel 6h
It’s hard to believe that it’s part of Mexico City.
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BBC Travel 9h
Two people might sleep in the same bed and not be in the same country.
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BBC Travel 12h
For 500 years, one family has guarded the secrets of Venetian velvet.
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BBC Travel 19h
"If there was a canyon, a river, there must be gold."
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BBC Travel 22h
In Athens, it pays for expats to live like tourists.
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BBC Travel Nov 13
In this village, every view is a rooftop view.
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BBC Travel Nov 13
These stone masks are inspired by those worn in local Nuo Opera, and are said to ward off evil spirits
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BBC Travel Nov 13
"Our sense of belonging is very strong."
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BBC Travel Nov 13
The toyi-toyi has an almost magical ability to unite any crowd.
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BBC Travel Nov 12
This fragile Scottish island is struggling to survive
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BBC Travel Nov 12
Is this Thailand’s best pad Thai?
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BBC Travel Nov 12
What Osaka, Porto and Krakow have in common (and why you shouldn't overlook them)
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BBC Travel Nov 12
Qaanaaq, Greenland, is among the world’s first casualties in the battle against climate change. (via )
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BBC Travel Nov 12
Their story has become a local legend.
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BBC Travel Nov 12
Without what happened here, humanity might well have never existed.
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BBC Travel Nov 11
How much a coin is worth depends on who you give it to, and what for.
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BBC Travel Nov 11
The extraordinary UK sites you have to see from the air
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BBC Travel Nov 11
To witness it, good timing and a bit of luck are key.
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BBC Travel Nov 11
There was even an opera made in the language.
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