Docks are the quintessential Canadian place to hang out in summer. Local teenagers sunbathe and gossip. Older folks sit and drink in the vista. Fishermen will have hung a pail over the edge in order to catch some bait, aware that nocturnal raccoons are clever enough to lift them out of the water paw-over-paw. And there is always a canoe tied up, with a couple of life jackets and paddles in the bottom, itching to be paddled out on to the water.
Wearing pyjamas won't protect you from bed bugs, robbers or man-eating tigers
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With the dark isles preparing to host its first crime-writing festival, Lucy Gillmore sets off to explore the wild coastline, its painted houses and Nordic connections
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In Rangoon, demand for accomodation is higher than the offering, but you can get a room with local art (and a view)
New non-stop flights to Puerto Rico make it easier to reach an island that has mastered the art of blending cultures – and cocktails
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The Ebola outbreak in West Africa has had an effect on tourism for the rest of the continent, bringing prices down on travel to Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania
Travellers are being advised to avoid the capital Stone Town and to stay at home or in a hotel
Air stewards would like to make it clear that they are not your "servants", they are there for your safety.
Over 26,000 travellers were asked about their worst airport experiences
89-year-olds Mollie Muetzel and Kathleen Lowndes accidentally got a train to York after a day out in London
Paragliding, like most forms of light aircraft flying, relies on consistent high pressure and gentle winds in order to remain safe and enjoyable.