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Ben Groundwater The sharks are friendly, they're Fijian. Right? Ben Groundwater goes adventuring.
Angie Kelly This women-only bath house on Zurich's Limmat River leads a delightful double life. A barefoot Angie Kelly takes a look.
Cycling in Scandinavia is a way of life, writes Alison Stewart.
Louise Goldsbury takes to the skyline of picturesque Stockholm.
A hike in Alpine National Park takes in wildflowers and history, writes Melanie Ball.
Sue Joseph learns how to lollop along like the holidaying locals on the sandy West Frisian isles.
Brian Johnston I'm lying up to my neck in hot black sand and wondering if my innards are about to boil.
From riding on sandunes to the sport of kings, Kerry van der Jagt explores the history of the Arabian horse.
Michael O'Reilly A rumbling giant can't put the brakes on an action-packed visit to New Zealand's North Island, writes Michael O'Reilly.
Andrew Taylor Andrew Taylor takes to the skies over the stunning South Island.
A kayaking adventure in the Idaho mountains delivers breathtaking scenery, amazing food and great camaraderie, writes Rob McFarland.
Helen Pitt faces the biggest test of her life hitting the thrill seeker's trail in far north Queensland.
The locals can be quite the feisty bunch, as Stephen Phelan was quick to discover on China's holy mountain.
Cycling in NYC is not for the faint-hearted, but things will only get better, writes Stephen Lacey.
A mediaeval mountain town has become the blueprint for a new kind of hotel, writes Andrew Bain.
The sudden forces of nature in the Daintree are an inspiration, writes Sue Williams.
Fleur Bainger I don't sleep around. Except on very special occasions.
Andrew Bain veers off the beaten Overland Track to discover places and features regularly missed by walkers.
Michael Gebicki observes Bangkok in a different light as he cycles around the bustling city at night.
Pat Stringa takes on a lofty challenge by bicycle on a Pyrenees route that's part of the Tour de France.