Searching for Johannesburg's soul on the polluted Jukskei River (mg.co.za)

Discovered by Iain Manley 4 years ago Nature & Outdoor

The Beijing landlady who used to beat landlords to death (theanthill.org)

Discovered by Iain Manley 4 years ago History & Heritage
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Kevin McKenna travels through England, to find out what people think about Scottish independence (theguardian.com)

Discovered by Iain Manley 4 years ago Culture Current Events Politics & Society

The Wells of Memory: 780 miles through the Hejaz desert on foot (ngm.nationalgeographic.com)

Discovered by Iain Manley 4 years ago Culture Nature & Outdoor Trekking

Can we have a Hall of Shame?

Discovered by Iain Manley 4 years ago Animal Encounters
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If you could take a walk with anybody alive today, in any city in the world, who would it be, and where?

Discovered by Iain Manley 4 years ago Cities Travel Industry Writing & Publishing
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Derek Sandhaus "drinks of China" at baijiu distilleries that resemble coalmines (punchdrink.com)

Discovered by Iain Manley 4 years ago Culture Food & Drink Stories & Long Reads
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Find Your Beach: Zadie Smith on Manhattan (nybooks.com)

Discovered by Iain Manley 4 years ago Cities Culture Stories & Long Reads
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Notes from a trip to India in the footsteps of Srinivasa Ramanujan, a self-taught genius so far ahead of his time that mathematicians are still struggling to understand his ideas a century after his death at 32 (believermag.com)

Discovered by Iain Manley 3 years ago History & Heritage Stories & Long Reads

Gambling built the Sunset Strip (voicemap.me)

Discovered by Iain Manley 3 years ago Audio & Podcasts Culture History & Heritage
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Notes on the Demise of Travel Guidebooks (theparisreview.org)

Discovered by Iain Manley 3 years ago Adventure Stories & Long Reads Writing & Publishing
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The world is becoming more violent, but we [i.e. you] shouldn’t be afraid to explore it (theguardian.com)

Discovered by Iain Manley 2 years ago Tips & Advice Travel Industry