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Cape Winelands

Posted: October 31st, 2015 · (1296) views

I have been visiting South Africa’s Western Cape since I was a schoolboy in what was then Rhodesia. I remember sitting on Cape Town’s Camps Bay Beach on my first trip here in the 1960s

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Posted: October 25th, 2015 · (1243) views

“Thomas Hudson had been ashore about four days when he got really drunk. It had all started at noon at the Floridita ... He had drunk double frozen daiquiris the great ones that Constante

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Posted: October 25th, 2015 · (1139) views

America's Deep South is the source of all modern music. It started in the mountains and in the cotton fields and spread across the planet. Here Graham Boynton goes back to the source.

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Africa’s Best Safari Guides

Posted: October 25th, 2015 · (676) views

Native Zimbabwean Graham Boynton spent 18 months traveling through the bush with guides in 6 countries to come up with this list of his 25 top safari guides.

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Preserving Kenya's Masai Mara

Posted: October 10th, 2015 · (807) views

The Masai Mara offers some of the world’s best wildlife experiences – but for how long? Will human over-population destroy Kenya’s flagship reserve? Graham Boynton investigates

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Is Heathrow fit for purpose?

Posted: August 8th, 2012 · (4469) views

As summer approaches Graham Boynton says that London’s crowded main airport once the world’s most popular transfer hub is being eclipsed by the rising aviation star of Dubai

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The Nature of the Beast

Posted: August 7th, 2012 · (1739) views

The African elephant once under threat has recovered in greater numbers than some habitats can bear. Graham Boynton considers the future of these wondrously sentient creatures

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Shanghai finally salutes its past

Posted: July 29th, 2012 · (1650) views

Bulldozed in the 1920s and constantly rebuilt 'so history doesn’t breathe through’ Shanghai has always looked forward. But in exploring its brash modernity Graham Boynton

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The last supper at El Bulli

Posted: July 25th, 2012 · (5143) views

With just three weeks to go before the world’s greatest restaurant closes for ever a table at El Bulli is harder to secure than tickets to the Olympics. But Graham Boynton got lucky

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