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Socially-conscious Siem Reap, Cambodia

Siem Reap — the gateway to Angkor — is one of my favourite places. Cambodians are wonderful people and the town buzzes with energy. (You need to stay away from Pub Street though, it is everything I hate in a tourist town). 126 more words

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Suspending disbelief in Shanxi, China

I’m not sure which is more unbelievable: that this temple would be built in the first place, that it still exists a millennium and a half later, or that tourists are allowed on to the rickety-looking structure at all, let alone so many at once.   108 more words

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Cruising Galápagos (for Canadian World Traveller)

The Galápagos islands, in Ecuador, are incredible, and everyone needs to try to get there once in there lifetime if they can (but, as I explain here,  60 more words

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The Reasons Behind The Chinese League's Huge Spending

Unless you have been living a rock you might have notice the influx of huge profile players that have been joining the Chinese Super League in the last month. 435 more words

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Aston Villa Accept Relgation Is Inevitable With Lack of Transfer Activity

Aston Villa can’t buy a win for love nor money and this is make increasing difficult when the board don’t offer any funds in the transfer window. 393 more words

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Predator or prey? Choosing sides whilst on safari (for Canadian World Traveller)

“Watch out, eland!” I say it quietly. I don’t want to scare the already skittish antelope any further.

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My story, for Canadian World Traveller, about my… 55 more words

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Why we need to put an end to football club syndicates

Football is a business and the aim of every business is to make money. Football is, however, unique in the sense that not every club makes money. 484 more words

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