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BBC Travel 3h
"At some point, based on predictions, we will have to move."
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BBC Travel 8h
Have we finally found the lost treasure of Bad King John?
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BBC Travel 11h
Engineers employed every new technology imaginable to tame these cliffs.
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BBC Travel 14h
Why Colombians are trying to save this idyllic island
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BBC Travel 18h
Exposure to a hint of strong light stunts its growth.
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BBC Travel 23h
"It sounds like stepping back into the 1750s."
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BBC Travel Apr 24
Why this bread can’t leave this town.
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BBC Travel Apr 24
The length of these hand-carved rice paddies could circle half the globe.
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BBC Travel Apr 24
The tiny dot of a village seemed to have disappeared from modern maps.
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BBC Travel Apr 24
Japan’s sudoku-puzzle castle where 20,000 samurai battled.
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BBC Travel Apr 24
Until now, it had ‘disappeared from common historical memory’.
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BBC Travel Apr 23
The Canadian ‘sorry' doesn't even compete with the Taiwanese ‘buhaoyisi’.
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BBC Travel Apr 23
It has an unmistakable, biting taste of spruce – like a liquefied conifer.
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BBC Travel Apr 23
The Las Vegas of the Roman Empire.
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BBC Travel Apr 23
This mysterious relic straddles the line between fantasy and reality.
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BBC Travel Apr 23
In one of Earth’s most inhospitable places, hospitality is the highest virtue.
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BBC Travel Apr 23
Le Bolze is more than a just a language: it’s a culture and a point of pride.
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BBC Travel Apr 22
But they’re not actually islands at all.
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BBC Travel Apr 22
"When you think about this dish, you think about home."
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BBC Travel Apr 22
Whatever little they speak is often curt and blunt.
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