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13 Things Every Tea Drinker Needs to Know

For instance, adding milk can help keep your teeth white.<p>There's always more to learn (and love) about the world's most widely consumed beverage.

7 Signs You’re A Person Who Is Mad At The World

1. You’re Always Cranky<p>You’re not a morning person. You’re not an afternoon person. You’re not an evening person. Basically, you’re always cranky …

National Geographic Travel

National Geographic Travel

The foodie traveller … on the baklava trail in Turkey

Baklava, from the south-eastern city of Gazantiep, was granted protected status last year: apparently the secret is in the local pistachio nuts<p>Sticky, sweet, crunchy, flaky, soft and nutty... baklava is a staple of every pastry shop in the east from Athens to Ankara, but the ancient city of …

Travelers

Where to find the best Tudor sights in England

With Wolf Hall taking to the small screen this week, I predict a sudden revival of the Tudor aesthetic. Sadly, I don’t imagine that men will suddenly don doublet and hose, but the relentless beauty of the architecture and interior décor will drip its way into our collective subconscious and, before …

The world's most famous long-distance hiking routes

1. Appalachian Trail, US – 2,180 miles<p>Two to three million people visit the trail annually but only about 2,000 of them complete its entire length, which takes between five and seven months. It goes through 14 states, along the Appalachian mountain range from Springer Mountain, Georgia, in the …

Ancient History

Read J.K. Rowling's new post for the latest Harry Potter 'gossip' - TODAY.com

<i>Can’t get enough of Harry Potter? Then this is for you.</i> <i>Since March, best-selling author J. K. Rowling has been writing original stories about the imaginary 2014 Quidditch World Cup Finals for</i> Pottermore<i>, the online home for the world of Harry Potter.</i><p><i>Rowling shared her latest Pottermore.com</i> <i>story</i> …

Books

The serene beauty of Libya – in pictures

Award-winning photographer Charlie Waite documents the stunning landscapes of Libya – taken in the days leading up to the revolution that deposed the dictator Muammar Gaddafi in 2011 – for an exhibition, Silent Exchange, at the Lyttleton Gallery until 16 August. All photographs: Charlie Waite …

The best hostels in London

An expert guide to the best hostels in London, including the best for clean, secure dorms with lockers, private rooms with en suites and televisions, buzzing bars, restaurants serving cheap food, 24-hour reception, and outdoor terraces, in areas including Soho, The City, Kensington, King's Cross, …

Fes in the Night

Recommendations<p>Thanks again to everyone that recommended that I go to Fes for exploration! You were right on. I loved so many cities in Morocco, but …

The Saharan ski shop with no customers

<b>Around 30 years ago, an entrepreneur from Niger spotted a gap in the market that he thought nobody else could fill - a ski-hire shop in the Sahara desert. He is still in the ski-rental business to this day even though he has no customers.</b><p>They are displayed on the porch of the shop - just under a …

West Africa

Ten of the best food and drink secrets in Europe

With its momentous history, cutting-edge culture, and breathtaking landscapes, Europe comprises an extraordinary wealth of sights, sounds, peoples and parties. But it’s the endlessly varied cuisine that makes us reach for our passports again and again. Whether you’ve been to Europe once or 100 …

European Travel

10 best free things to do in Paris

Paris is one of the world's most beautiful cities – and one of the most expensive. So, from the walkway over the city to galleries and fashion shows, we pick the city's best free activities<p>• Is there anything we've missed? Tell us your favourite free things to do in Paris in the comments below<p>Make …

Top 10 extraordinary places to stay in 2014

Think back to where you stayed on your last trip. Was it simply a place to rest your head, or did it immerse you in local colour, surround you by wildlife and fire your imagination? We asked Lonely Planet’s authors and editors to nominate the most extraordinary hotels and hostels around the world. …

Top 10

Berlin hotels for under £110: The Fab Five

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Pastry Paris - Telegraph

Who was the woman who 'invented' the London A-Z?

A new musical at Southwark Playhouse about Phyllis Pearsall reveals the eccentric figure credited with inventing London's A-Z<p>What's the most efficient way to draw a map? It's probably not this: walking 3,000 miles down 23,000 streets and keeping a log of the name of every one. But that's exactly …

Britain's best fish'n'chip shops

Quayside in Whitby is officially Britain's best fish'n'chip shop – but it had to fight off strong competition from a new wave of top-quality chippies<p>Britain has a new fish'n'chip shop of the year. On Wednesday night, Quayside in Whitby, North Yorkshire, went head-to-head with the nine other …

Why Forgiving Yourself Can Be So Hard (But How to Do It Anyway)

Somehow, even in a culture that values forgiveness, guilt isn't so easy to erase. If you have done something you are deeply ashamed of or guilty …

Supporting the right to die always runs the risk of diminishing the right to live

Frances Inglis should not have been jailed for killing her brain-damaged son – but still, one person cannot decide whether or not another person's life is worth living<p>Frances Inglis is out of jail now, having served five years in prison for the murder of her 22-year-old son, Tom. Now 61, she does …

Uruguay's president José Mujica: no palace, no motorcade, no frills

In the week that Uruguay legalises cannabis, the 78-year-old explains why he rejects the 'world's poorest president' label José Mujica plans adoptions to teach children farming<p>If anyone could claim to be leading by example in an age of austerity, it is José Mujica, Uruguay's president, who has …