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The eight dining mistakes we make when travelling the world

According to Melbourne nutrition and health coach Anna Block, people often forget that in developing countries such as Thailand, water may be contaminated with bacteria, parasites and viruses that your gut flora isn’t used to. “It leaves you with an aching tummy, cramps, diarrhoea or constipation. Some viruses can even ...

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The difference between travelling and taking a holiday

The difference between travelling and taking a holiday

on Facebook on Twitter TWEET Pin to Pinterest PIN Link Holidays are about relaxing. And there’s nothing wrong with that. Photo: Alamy Post on facebook wall on twitter via Email Pin to Pinterest on Google Plus You have a choice when you leave for that big overseas trip. There are two ...

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Western Slovakia hit by torrential rain

Western Slovakia hit by torrential rain

The torrential rains accompanied by storms and strong winds which hit western Slovakia on Saturday, September 1, flooded roads, cellars and basements and felled several trees, the Pravda daily wrote on September 3. In Bratislava, public transport was also affected, as the heavy rainfall interfered with several crucial crossroads and ...

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Mediterranean refugee numbers drop but crossing is deadlier: UN

Mediterranean refugee numbers drop but crossing is deadlier: UN

More than 1,600 people have died or gone missing while attempting to reach Europe so far this year, UNCHR’s new Desperate Journeys report shows.  The report released on Monday reveals that while the number of crossings has fallen, the deaths have risen, making the voyage more deadly in percentage terms ...

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Tourism Australia takes wrappers off $10m South East Asian campaign

Tourism Australia takes wrappers off $10m South East Asian campaign

Examples of collateral from Tourism Australia‘s UnDiscovered Campaign 2018 Tourism Australia and the Federal Government have taken the wrapper off a fresh $10 million campaign for the South and South east Asian markets aimed at challenging perceptions of what a holiday down under means as a tourist. Launched by the ...

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