BACK ISSUES - Spring 2015

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Taking Stock

By Elspeth Callender
More than two decades after the collapse of the northern cod industry, the people of Newfoundland and Labrador are navigating the course forward with one eye looking ahead and the other looking over their shoulder
Stargazing in Chile
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Stargazing in Chile

By Michelle Hespe
On my first night in the Atacama Desert, Alvarez — a guide from explora Atacama, recalls the day he left his home country of Bolivia to work in San Pedro De Atacama, the main town set in the world’s driest desert
Korea's Jeju Island
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Korea's Jeju Island

By Anne Hilty
Shamans, volcanoes and free-diving grannies
Marrakech
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Art of the Deal

By Andrew McCarthy
On the streets of Marrakech, a savvy haggler teaches a father and son how to bargain with the best
Join me in Madrid
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Join me in Madrid

By Brian Johnston
Madrid is a marvellous city, but you have to wait until after sundown for its finest offering: an indulgent meander from tapas bar to tapas bar
Laura Aboriginal Dance Festival
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From then 'til now

By Michelle Hespe
For 34 years, the Laura Aboriginal Dance Festival has been held every two years in the town of Laura on Cape York. It’s now bigger and better than ever before
Tufi PNG
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Once upon a time in Tufi

By Michelle Hespe
The people of Tufi in PNG may not have much money, but their lives are enriched by ancient traditions such as storytelling.
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Adrift at Ningaloo

By Michelle Hespe
Most people journey to Ningaloo Reef cradling a dream of swimming with whale sharks. That’s understandable, but it’s only one of the many reasons why this World Heritage-listed reef should be on your bucket list
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Pushing the Limits

By Michelle Hespe
James ‘Cas’ Castrission and Linda Beilharz are two of the 50 great explorers inspiring visitors at the Australian Museum’s fantastic new exhibition
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Hooves and roos on the beach, and diving with platypus. Hello Mackay

By Michelle Hespe
This city built on sugarcane and mining has some quirky, quintessentially Australian experiences that you won’t find anywhere else

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