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A microcosm of Africa
If you fancy catching Africa’s Big Five animals and a host of other creatures, the Ngorongoro Crater in Tanzania — the largest unflooded caldera in the world — is the place to be
Book Review: The 
artful dodger
American fiction novelist Donna Tartt’s The Goldfinch is no flight of fancy, but a nuanced work on the art of crime against a backdrop of pathos.
The adventures of Sir Vival
Germany’s Ruediger Nehberg is 79 and still pushing the limits of extreme travel.
Nothing’s fair in love and war
Kate Mosse’s Citadel is uncomfortably long-winded but makes you respect all the brave men and women who’ve ever laid down their lives fighting for a just cause
Mark of the Neanderthals
New rock engravings suggest that Neanderthals might be closer to us than we think
'Roofers' get a thrill exploring St. Petersburg from up high
The pastel palaces and golden-domed buildings of Russia’s former royal city have become the roofers’ elevated playground.
Fast, not furious in Asia's 'nanny state'
Life is fast, not furious, in the indoor adventure complexes of Asia’s ‘nanny state’
The Leaning lady of Italy
The Tower of Pisa, a marble marvel, immortalised in kitsch souvenir shops, has stood the test of time and gravity
Book Review: Up, up and away
Dark, edgy, and 
non-linear, The Ravens by Tomas Bannerhed, with its intense descriptions of birds and nature, may not be ideal reading for everybody
No Photos Please!
An increasing number of parents are bucking the trend of sharing their children’s photos, names and identities online
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