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6 Travel Souvenir Collections You Need To Start

Picture this: You're traveling in a foreign city, enchanted by unfamiliar streets, iconic landmarks and beautiful scenery. You're struck with the desire to capture and commemorate it all. The nearest souvenir shop lures you in. Under the city's spell, you feel inclined to buy all sorts of things …

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On holiday with the most important man in Iceland: readers travel writing competition 2012

Harry Strawson won a four-day trip to Iceland in the short break category of the 2012 competition – and the northern lights and killer whales alike did their bit to make the trip a memorable one<br>Enter our 2013 competition: fantastic trips to be won to Everest basecamp, Machu Picchu, Namibia, the …

Finland's snowy wilderness: readers travel writing competition 2012

The vast landscapes of northern Finland are dominated by dark green pine forests, interspersed with pristine white snow fields. The snow tries to fight its way to dominance. Huge frozen bulbs cling to branches like wasps' nests; where a tree's root are weak, the snow bends the trunk over on itself …

Guardian travel writing competition 2013: eight fantastic prizes to be won

Your holiday travel feature could win you a once-in-a-lifetime trip and a travel writing assignment for the Guardian in our latest competition, open to all amateur travel writers<p>Once again we're turning the Travel section over to our readers and inviting all amateur travel writers to have a crack …

A cycling holiday around Denmark: readers' travel writing competition

Stuart Winter won a cycling trip around Denmark in the 2012 competition. He discovers an enchanting coastal trail for bike-lovers and bird-watchers alike on the Danish Riviera<br>Enter our 2013 competition: fantastic trips to be won to Everest basecamp, Machu Picchu, Namibia, the Arctic, Cuba and …

Working hard at being lazy in Turkey: readers' travel writing competition 2012

On first glimpse, the Mediterranean coastal town of Kalkan was exactly as a somewhat cynical traveller like me might expect: a world of chartered planes, private pools and exclusive cruises. But among the steady stream of upscale tourists, the undemanding ambience of this old Ottoman Greek fishing …

An epic rail trip across Canada: readers' travel writing competition 2012

I realise we're all in this together when an elderly gentleman opens a small suitcase and I notice it is tightly packed with drugs, medicines and dressings. I examine him carefully for signs of illness or collapse, but he seems durable enough.<p>Karen and I are in Toronto's Union station, waiting for …

2013 U.S. Open Leaderboard: Day 3 Scores, Results and Analysis

Phil Mickelson stands alone atop the leaderboard at the end of Round 3. Full leaderboard here.

Tiger Woods at the US Open 2013 Tracker: Day 2 Score, Highlights and Analysis

Tiger Woods, Adam Scott and Rory McIlroy are grouped together for a second day in a row. None of the major winners have had their best stuff through two days, although McIlroy and Woods cobbled together solid even-par rounds. Adam Scott, unfortunately, was another story.<p><b>Tiger Woods fired a</b> …