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On the Road Video: Awesome tidal territory
On Tuesday, The West looked forward to the predicted tourism boom that may come on the Dampier Peninsula, north of Broome, when the road is sealed. Here, Ben Robinson joins one of the businesses that may benefit, boarding a boat for the Giant Tides tour at Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm.
On the Road Video: Great adventure to central Australia
The Great Central Road lives up to every element of its name. It’s a great adventure. It takes us to the centre of Australia, and the heart of WA’s inland and ancient and contemporary story. And it is, indeed, a road — a big road.
Travel Story: Revelling in ancient splendours of historic town
RONAN O'CONNELL discovers the history-drenched jewel of Kilkenny
Our World: Czechs, balances make family lore
A noble line has been restored to its wealth, writes STEPHEN SCOURFIELD
Arrivals & Departures: Paris of the North or Southport of South?
STEVE McKENNA visits an English coastal resort town with a surprising French connection
The Travel Club Show : Japan for first-timers
The first-time visitor to Japan arrives with a lot of baggage, including the cultural variety. All those preconceptions we have about a place like Japan which, from a distance, can seem intense yet calm, modern yet traditional, compact yet spacious.
Maybe it's all these. Just think: Boys Love Manga and woodblock prints. Maid cafes and geisha tea houses. Anime and kabuki. Bullet trains and rickshaws. Crowded cities and serene villages. Hamburgers and sushi.
But the biggest thing confronting the first-time visitor is the unknown...
Arrivals & Departures: Metal gods of Brum Celebrated
Still gritty-edged, Birmingham is making some serious noise for Black Sabbath, finds STEVE McKENNA
Arrivals & Departures: Church crawl has many blessings
WILLIAM YEOMAN visits some of Somerset's parishes
Travel Story: Khmer treasures beyond Angkor Wat
RONAN O'CONNELL discovers five overlooked ancient temples
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