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Wadi al Nakheel: From ridge to ravine

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Wadi al Nakheel: From ridge to ravine

Our Digital Nomad forsakes travelling by camel or car to rely on good old-fashioned shoe leather for a trek through the Jordanian desert, and relishes the sights and sounds it reveals

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Petra: Linger for longer

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Petra: Linger for longer

Rather than dashing in for a quick selfie in front of the Treasury building, our Digital Nomad spends a few days in Petra savouring some of its oft-overlooked treasures

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Wadi Rum: The sound of silence

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Wadi Rum: The sound of silence

Whether it's by foot, camel or hot air balloon, Wadi Rum's sandstone structures and surrounding red desert are best enjoyed in silence — as our Digital Nomad discovers

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Aqaba: Going with the flow

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Aqaba: Going with the flow

Seahorses, skewed golf swings and King Abdullah’s Star Trek secret are among the highlights of a trip to the Jordanian city for our Digital Nomad

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LGBT: Travel with pride

Features

LGBT: Travel with pride

Travel companies are increasingly proactive in the LGBT market — but are they doing enough? And is being ‘gay friendly’ just the starting point?

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Like a local: Washington DC

USA

Like a local: Washington DC

There are few US cities as fascinating as the capital, and with 2016 an election year, it’s the ideal time to soak up the politically-charged atmosphere of its basement bars and backstreet restaurants. But make…

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Like a local: Reykjavik

Iceland

Like a local: Reykjavik

A tiny capital city with an otherworldly feel, Reykjavik is the type of destination where oddly memorable experiences are always within easy reach — be it a dip in a geothermally heated stretch of ocean…

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Long weekend: East Iceland

Iceland

Long weekend: East Iceland

Often overlooked by visitors, Iceland’s east coast is a ravishingly beautiful rural landscape, dotted with friendly fishing villages, wild horses and an implausible abundance of waterfalls

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