Monday, 06 May 2013 11:38

The Road Trip

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The Road Trip

A little-visited Mekong Delta province of millennium-old Khmer Pagodas, paddy fields and seafood farms, Tra Vinh is just four hours from the chaos of Saigon. Donning his best leathers and thickest sunblock, Mads Monsen heads south

Monday, 06 May 2013 11:29

Journeys from Hell

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Journeys from Hell

We’ve all had them, all been through some of the worst travel sufferings one can imagine. Here is a selection of forgettable, or in fact not-so-forgettable journeys. Photos by Nick Ross

Monday, 06 May 2013 11:24

Bon Voyage!

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Bon Voyage!

Ed Weinberg heads to the airport to see what’s replaced popping champagne sendoffs in the world of travel. Photos Alexandre Garel

Monday, 06 May 2013 09:57

Journeys

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Journeys

Digital technology has forever changed the way we record and memorise our lives. Everywhere you go, on every journey from boarding a plane to eating street food, people’s phones or cameras are out, documenting their experiences. The notion of travel photos, indeed the whole notion of photography, has changed beyond recognition.

Monday, 06 May 2013 09:46

The Runner

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The Runner

When Chi Nguyen first told people she would be running to Dalat, a lot of people told her “you’re crazy”. It didn’t stop there.

Monday, 06 May 2013 09:34

Of Heaven and Earth

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Of Heaven and Earth

Le Ly Hayslip’s double bed, in a modest hotel room in Danang, is a sea of sparkly pink. Stacks of polka dot leggings, frizzy skirts and Disney princess-adorned t-shirts take up almost her entire sleeping space. They are donations from her two American granddaughters — girls whose lives are almost a perfect opposite to the one Le Ly chronicled 20 years ago.

Monday, 06 May 2013 09:29

The Belly Dancer

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The Belly Dancer

As unlikely as it seems, belly dancing has taken Vietnam by storm. Matt Dworzanczyk meets one of the country’s leading dancers, Do Thi Hong Hanh

Thursday, 02 May 2013 13:47

The Last Call

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Thuy Nguyen

Business woman, mother and educator Thuy Nguyen is general director of Australian International School (AIS), and one of the guiding forces in our city’s education scene. She tells the story, and where it goes from here. Photo by Alexandre Garel

Thursday, 02 May 2013 13:11

The Sporting Life

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The Sporting Life

From the sport that’s overtaking Ultimate Frisbee to ANZAC Day and Aussie Rules. Harry Hodge gets the sport fever in the first edition of this new column. Photos by Kyle Phanroy

Thursday, 02 May 2013 13:03

A Tale of Two Cities

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The Tale of Two Cities

Suddenly, small galleries were opening up, and cute new coffee shops across the city hung art by local artists on their walls. People rode their motorbikes to the openings of exhibitions in far away districts.

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