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Food & Wine in Caribbean

You can't say no ... eating strange foods while travelling is risky, but it is worth it.

Food

Saying yes to street food risky, but worth it

Megan Levy I rolled over, edged down my pyjama pants and wearily said: "Just stick it in".

Cuba

Viva a food revolution

Cuba restaurant

Raul Castro's ascension to power is something to dine out on, writes Lydia Bell.

Jamaica

Leave the tux at home and just tuck in

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Decca Aitkenhead Some of the best seafood in the Caribbean is served from canoes perched on stilts in the middle of a moonlit beach, Decca Aitkenhead writes.

Martinique

Yo-ho-ho and a bottle of rum

mojito

Andrew Marshall Rum is intrinsically connected with the Caribbean.

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Let tourists shop till they drop on Sundays: French Foreign Minister

Women walk past a window display of luxury goods maker Rolex in Paris' Place Vendome October 13, 2008.   REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)

8:48am | Visitors to France should be allowed to shop till they drop seven days a week, the country's Foreign Minister said Tuesday, weighing into a fierce debate over restrictions on Sunday trading.

Avalon Airport axes ad over criticism it made light of domestic violence

5:29pm | Victoria's Avalon Airport has been forced to ditch its new advertising campaign after being accused of making light of domestic violence.

UK tourist recounts 'hellish' time in Sri Lanka over Buddha tattoo

10:09am | A 37-year-old British nurse has recounted her "hellish" experience in Sri Lanka after she was arrested and sent to a deportation centre for sporting a Buddha tattoo deemed offensive by authorities.

Stowaway reportedly eyed Africa

9:05am | As relatives make themselves scarce after a 15-year-old Santa Clara boy survived a flight from San Jose to Maui in a jetliner's wheel well over the weekend, Hawaiian media have reported the boy may have been trying to get to his mother in Africa.

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