Hannah Jones

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What Do Cats Think About Us? You May Be Surprised

Unlike dogs, our feline friends treat us like other cats, author says.<p>Since cats first got their adorable claws into us about 9,500 years ago, humans have had a love affair with felines.<p>Today more than 80 million cats reside in U.S. homes, with an estimated three cats for every dog on the planet. …

How Much Is U.S. to Blame for “Made-in-China” Pollution?

Air pollutants generated in China during the manufacture of goods destined for export travel across the Pacific, contributing to U.S. smog.<p><b>China has some of the dirtiest air in the world, but a large share of the country's pollutants are generated during the manufacture of goods destined for</b> …

Copenhagen: the happy capital

For the past 40 years, Denmark has regularly topped international happiness surveys, most recently in October 2013's World Happiness Report from the Earth Institute at New York's Columbia University. But these surveys tend to be more about life satisfaction – so-called "eudaimonic" happiness – than …

Highlights of Brazil

I have no photographs of my first holiday to Brazil – a two-week package deal in the early 90s including flights to Rio, a hotel in Copacabana and carnival tickets. I decided not to take a camera because I didn't want to "stand out as a tourist". But as I sat on the beach in my sensible swimsuit, …

Affordable wellness breaks: readers' travel tips

From yoga retreats to hideaways miles from nowhere, readers share their tips for getting away from it all – and back to yourself<p>• To add a tip for next week and be in with a chance of winning a Force Ten tent worth £540, go to GuardianWitness<p><b>UK AND IRELAND</b><p>Winning tip: Waterworld, Bundoran, …

How to plan a trek along the Abraham Path

A new series of walking trails through the Middle East is opening up trekking opportunities in a region more often seen solely as a historical destination. The Abraham Path traces the journey of the Prophet Abraham (revered as the father of monotheism by Jews, Christians and Muslims alike) from his …

Top 10 beach hotels and bungalows in Cambodia

Koh Thmei Resort, Koh Thmei<p>Part of Ream national park, which is a favourite with twitchers due its 150 different kinds of birds, Koh Thmei island is a 50-minute boat ride (often accompanied by dolphin sightings) from Koh Kchhang fishing village. It feels world's away from the rampant development of …

Papua New Guinea: a trek to the village time forgot

There comes a moment in certain types of conversation when someone always reaches for the stone age. It happens with debates on diet, frequently with childcare and diseases, occasionally with sex and reproduction. "Of course," the person will say, with an air of putting an end to all discussion, …

Painting the Town Munch: Oslo

Norwegian painter<b>Edvard Munch</b> perfected the art of darkness and foreboding. Belying those moody themes is a colorful palette that perks up <b>Oslo</b>’s winter gray.<p>As the high-latitude capital celebrates the artist’s 150th birthday, Munch’s imprint on his adopted city is ubiquitous, in official venues and …

The best free things to do in New York

Expert guide to New York<p>New York city has a reputation for being pricey. And deservedly so. But there are a legion of fun, free things to do too. Here are the best free things to do for solo travelers, children, couples, and families, from free ferry trips to Staten Island (where views over …

Secret New York: lesser-known attractions, bars and restaurants

These recommendations, and hundreds more, can be found in the <b>free Telegraph Travel Guides app</b>. The app features expert guides to destinations including Paris, Rome, <b>New York</b> and Amsterdam, with Edinburgh, Barcelona and Venice among those to be added in the coming weeks.<p><b>See and do</b><p><b>Frick Collection</b><p>The …

Vietnam more popular with Britons than ever

The country is best known for its bays dotted with dramatic limestone stacks, rice-paddies and coffee plantations, quiet beaches and bustling, pagoda-filled cities. With more and more people discovering these and other attractions, tour operators are welcoming a boom in bookings.<p>Trailfinders …

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A train to nowhere in Siberia

Built in an inhospitable land of extreme winter cold, the 3,140km-long Baikal-Amur Mainline blazes a path through some of Russia's least accessible terrain.<p>I woke up when the train’s soporific rocking and chugging came to an abrupt halt, momentarily disorientated. I was somewhere along the …

Around the world in different versions of 'Happy'

The American singer-songwriter Pharrell Williams is perhaps an unusual source of inspiration for tourism. But his song 'Happy', accompanied by a video showing scores of people dancing all over Los Angeles, has caught the public imagination in a big way. Dig a little on YouTube and you will find …

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Exploring India's remote Nubra Valley

Ladakh - the ‘Land of the High Passes’ - is among the most stunning parts of the Indian Himalayas. Wedged between Pakistan, Tibet and Xinjiang Province ( China) and India’s Himachal Pradesh, it forms the eastern part of the contested state of Jammu & Kashmir. North of Leh, Ladakh’s ‘capital’, lies …

Amazon rainforest retreats: The Fab Five

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Komodo, beyond the dragons: diving and empty beaches in Indonesia

Batu Bolong doesn't look much – it's a nondescript rock jutting out of the ocean off the north coast of Komodo island. But it has become almost as much of a tourist attraction as the giant lizards that made this mini archipelago in eastern Indonesia famous.<p>It's not the bit above the water that's …

Japan by train: spirited away in Tokyo and Kyoto

I am not sure if we could be wetter. The stone rills by the paths are overflowing, the pines are bowed by the torrential rain, and the stalls selling tea by the entrance to the temples are full of shivering schoolchildren in yellow waterproofs. There are slow carp in the pools in the gardens, but …

A day in Finnieston, Glasgow: city guide

Finnieston was once just a port of call for dockworkers in search of less salubrious entertainment, but it is now home to the sparkling new SSE Hydro arena, a key venue constructed for this summer's Commonwealth Games. Following decades of post-industrial decline, Finnieston is on the up, with low …

Where to find Kyoto’s glow

After the sun goes down, geishas recede behind closed doors and teahouses shut down for the night, the ancient Japanese city offers spectacular nighttime charms.<p>Few visitors come to Kyoto for the nightlife. With traditional teahouses, countless <i>kōyō</i> (maple trees) and <i>sakura</i> (cherry blossoms) and 17 …

Chile cool: art, music and graffiti in laid-back Valparaíso

The Chilean city of Valparaíso is alive with avant-garde culture and vibrant street art. Think mini Berlin by the seaside<p>As the sun sets, the houses that cover the city's many hillsides change tone, chameleon-like, from strong and vibrant to dusky shades of pink, gold, sage and pale blue. On the …

Movie Review - RoboCop (2014)

<b>RoboCop</b>, 2014.<p>Directed by José Padilha.<br>Starring Joel Kinnaman, Gary Oldman, Michael Keaton, Samuel L. Jackson, Abbie Cornish, Jackie Earle Haley, and …

Movie Review - The Invisible Woman (2013)

<b>The Invisible Woman</b>, 2013.<p>Directed by Ralph Fiennes.<br>Starring Ralph Fiennes, Felicity Jones, Kristin Scott Thomas, Tom Hollander, Joanna Scanlan and …

Watch a promo for The Walking Dead's midseason premiere

After a two month absence, <b>The Walking Dead</b> returns from its midseason break tonight with the ninth episode of season four ‘After’, (well, unless you …

Squirrel Tries To Hide Nut In Dog (VIDEO)

Not sure this little fella has ever met a dog before.<p>Top marks for effort though.<p>The dog should also be commended for a fine display of patience and …

Let Go Of The Friends Who Don't Make You A Better Person

We all have a couple of people in our lives who are unhealthy for us, but still, we keep them around so no one has hurt feelings or feels …

How sexy dressing took over the world

Clingy dress, spiky heels, full make-up? And that's just for a day at the office. Polly Vernon asks: must we all be sexy now?<p>When Miley Cyrus took to the stage of the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards and performed alongside a middle-aged pop star called Robin Thicke while dressed in a plastic bear suit …