We’ve been here and we’ve been there, and our team have found a few things we thought we’d share
The Museum of Romanity, Nîmes
Where: Opens this month [2 June] in the southern city of Nîmes, overlooking the pic tiled structure appears as if draped over the city’s old Augustan fortifications, within which a stellar archaeological collection tells the region’s story.
Tell me more: The Med garden and Michelin-started restaurant headed up by Franck Putelat makes this more than just another Roman ruin.
What podcasts we’re listening to…
Rough Translation // Jo Fletcher-Cross
The Daily by The New York Times // Zane Henry
About Race with Reni Eddo-Lodge // Josephine Price
Top 3: Hay Festival
1. Querétaro, Mexico (6-9 September)
2. Segovia, Spain (20-23 September)
3. Arequipa, Peru (8-11 November)
In numbers: Mount Everest clean-up
Tonnes of rubbish has been left on Everest since the 1950s
Tonne of rubbish removed on the first day of the spring clean
Tonnes of human waste left every season
Yaks used to transport trash down the mountain last year
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Published in the June 2018 issue of National Geographic Traveller (UK)