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We were inundated with entries in our recent haiku competition, but there could only be a handful of winners. Here we reveal the prize-worthy prose.

How did a Welsh hotel react when a guest was bitten by bedbugs? And who, according to Twitter, was the biggest hero when a plane caught fire in Vegas this week? Find out in our weekly quiz.

From drink driving in Chechnya to travelling around Britain by bus, our favourite books this month serve up an eclectic mix of travel writing.

As the enigmatic street artist, Banksy, opens his own bemusement park in Weston-Super-Mare, we take a look at some of Britain’s other weird attractions.

Pen a thought-provoking haiku for your chance to win signed copies of our favourite travel books.

It was once a synonym for strife, but Rwanda has become one of Africa’s most exciting destinations. Gavin Haines reports from its colourful capital, Kigali.

The labyrinthine catacombs of the Hermitage Museum are home to an army of felines, whose story is as colourful as the exhibits they guard. Gavin Haines reports.

From classic travel literature to long-awaited new releases, Dan Lewis of Stanfords reveals the books you should be reading this August.

From Shakespeare's Stratford to Borges' Buenos Aires, we explore the destinations that inspired our greatest poets and examine the marks they left behind.

Gavin Haines heads to the Mallorcan mountains, which inspired prodigious prose from one of Britain’s seminal writers.

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