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\nBest hangover foods from around the world\n

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\nIt\u2019s 10am and you vaguely recall last night involved small glasses of something resembling vodka standing to attention on the bar as you slid off your stool and into a roller coaster dressed up as a taxi and the coffee you just ordered tastes like brown water and you can\u2019t find your sunglasses and why must the sky be neon blu...\n

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\nBeat jet lag: top tips for travellers\n

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\nYou notice the warning signs - red eyes, irritability, heart-pounding wakefulness in the dead of night. It strikes without warning, transforming travellers into dead-eyed, shuffling automata. Once you glimpse your gaunt reflection in the hotel mirror, the transformation is complete...\n

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\nAsk the experts: where to go in July\n

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\nEver yearned to explore an elemental wilderness with barely a soul in sight to spoil your sense of escape? Perhaps you'd prefer to observe an act of collective devotion that represents an unforgettable spectacle, whatever your religious views...\n

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\nThirty-five incredible love and marriage customs of the world\n

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\nLove is universal, yes \u2013 but romance takes an astonishing array of forms around the world. We scoured our travel guides and picked our writers\u2019 brains to uncover some of the world\u2019s most fascinating dating, love and marriage customs, from sweet to downright sinister...\n

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\nAfterburn: how to salvage a beach holiday after a painful start\n

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\nThe sun: such a wondrous, life-giving, and \u2013\u00a0let's not forget \u2013\u00a0dangerous entity. Its power demands respect, particularly after you've been burned to a crisp from water reflection alone while thinking you were safely hidden in the shade during an all-day boat tour in New Zealand...\n

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\nLonely Planet's travel money essentials\n

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\nIt\u2019s the ultimate travel nightmare. You use an ATM in a remote part of the world and it eats your card. What do you do? You\u2019re booked to leave on the 8am train and the bank opens at nine. Yesterday was a general strike and tomorrow is a national holiday...\n

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\nGet your trunks on: the world's best public swimming pools\n

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\nWhether it\u2019s for the exercise, a cooling dip as temperatures soar, or just the sheer fun of splashing around, the following selection of public pools dotted around the globe offer not only memorable settings, but also convenient access to highlights for tourists, making it easy to combine your swim with some classic sightseei...\n

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\nAsk the experts: where to go in June\n

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\nThe festival season starts with a bang in June as Europe, North America\u00a0and other parts of the world warm up for summer. Travellers to parts of sub-Saharan Africa, meanwhile, can take advantage of cooler, drier days to indulge in some stellar wildlife watching...\n

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\nWhat makes a terrible airport (and what would make an amazing one)\n

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\nTo mark Lonely Planet\u2019s sponsorship of the iconic 1917 Curtiss JN-4 \u2018Flying Jenny\u2019 Biplane\u2019s commemorative air tour this summer we\u2019re exploring aviation's history and continued impact on travel. Here we take a look at what makes a terrible airport - and what would make an amazing one...\n

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\nBest airports of the world\n

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\nTo mark Lonely Planet\u2019s sponsorship of the iconic 1917 Curtiss JN-4 \u2018Flying Jenny\u2019 Biplane\u2019s commemorative air tour this summer we\u2019re exploring aviation's history and continued impact on travel. Here\u2019s our run-down of the 10 best airports in the world...\n

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\nHistorical adventurers way more interesting than you\n

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\nAt the risk of starting on a bummer note, it's my sad duty to confirm that the age of groundbreaking, Earth-bound adventure is effectively over. Even virtually unknown destinations are now just a search away on Google, and they probably have an active Instagram feed...\n

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\nAmazing fakes: seven of the world's most intriguing replicas\n

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\nImitation is flattery, or so it\u2019s said. We asked our travel editors to suggest some of the world\u2019s most eccentric imitations, from meticulous Stonehenge replicas to a curiously placed Statue of Liberty. So forget your bid to see the real thing; tease your sense of place and perspective with these confounding copycats instead...\n

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\nAsk the experts: where to go in May\n

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\nWhat will fuel your travel fantasies in May? Perhaps it's the prospect of rubbing shoulders with stars from the silver screen as they descend on the French Riviera, or the idea of living life in Monaco's fast lane when the Grand Prix comes to town...\n

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\nMeet Martin Heng, Lonely Planet's Accessible Travel Manager\n

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\nTravelling has always been in my blood. Perhaps I inherited it from my father, who was born in Singapore, travelled the world with the British Merchant Navy and finally settled in the UK, where I was born. I've lived and worked in half a dozen countries and travelled to more than 40...\n

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\nAsk the experts: where to go in April\n

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\nNo matter whether you're on the threshold of spring, heading into autumn, or escaping the turn of the seasons altogether in the tropics, April is a great time for a getaway...\n

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\nThe stuff of travel writers' nightmares\n

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\nTravel nightmares touch us all to some degree. Despite a natural tendency to feel like we've been selected for special punishment as the nightmare unfolds, it's just part and parcel of the uncertainty that we implicitly agree to when we plan a trip. When a travel writer suffers in the line of duty, however, it's another story...\n

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