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  1. Our photo of the day: Strolling along Market Street in Manchester

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    Our photo of the day: Strolling along Market Street in Manchester

    Jul072011

    During my stay in Manchester, I found myself in and around Market Street a number of times and it was always busy. And the reason why it attracts so many people? Well, it’s the main shopping street in Manchester and, as such, is home to a huge number of different stores including plenty of internationally recognisable brands.

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  2. Our photo of the day: Walking from the Louvre to the Arc de Triomphe

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    Our photo of the day: Walking from the Louvre to the Arc de Triomphe

    Jul062011

    I'm sure you don't need me to tell you this, but the most famous museum in Paris (and arguably the world) is the Louvre. You'd need a couple of days to appreciate it fully, and it's home to one particularly famous painting of a particularly famous woman with a particularly famous grin. Upon exiting the museum you're faced with a wonderful walk which is where I took today's photo of the day.

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  3. Our photo of the day: After dark in Barcelona's El Born district

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    Our photo of the day: After dark in Barcelona's El Born district

    Jul052011

    Ask anybody why they love Barcelona so much (and you'll find out that most people do indeed love it) and one thing that will come up time and time again is the nightlife. 'Barcelona nightlife rocks!' and 'Man, I partied so hard in Barcelona I thought I'd need a liver transplant' are just some phrases you might hear when talking of it. A neighbourhood famed for its nightlife is El Born, pictured here one night last September.

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  4. Our photo of the day: Enjoying a sunny day in St. George's Park in Port Elizabeth

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    Our photo of the day: Enjoying a sunny day in St. George's Park in Port Elizabeth

    Jul042011

    I had great time in Port Elizabeth last year. This city in South Africa’s Eastern Cape is a really popular stop for travellers just about to head off along the Garden Route, and I can see why. From beautiful sandy beaches to safaris, you’ll find plenty of keep you busy in PE.

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  5. Our photo of the day: Playing street chess in Salzburg

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    Our photo of the day: Playing street chess in Salzburg

    Jul012011

    Salzburg is not the first city I’ve been in where I’ve wandered across a street chess game in progress. This particular game was taking place in Kapitelplatz behind Salzburg Cathedral and it was being watched by a good crowd.

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  6. Our photo of the day: Enjoying the water at Bačvice Beach in Split

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    Our photo of the day: Enjoying the water at Bačvice Beach in Split

    Jun302011

    I made a couple of trips down to Bačvice Beach during my time in Split and each time it was crowded with people, enjoying the sun, sea and sand. It’s a beautiful beach located around 15 minutes walk from the city centre, and is one of the most popular spots in Split.

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  7. Our photo of the day: Ave. Sarmiento - Mendoza's main shopping street

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    Our photo of the day: Ave. Sarmiento - Mendoza's main shopping street

    Jun292011

    Walking around Mendoza, you'll soon realise it's unlike other South American cities (if you've been to any prior to visiting this one). Other cities on the continent are known for their hecticness and fast pace. But one city that hasn't really adopted this way of life is Mendoza in western Argentina.

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  8. Our photo of the day: In Granada's 'Alcaicería' neighbourhood

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    Our photo of the day: In Granada's 'Alcaicería' neighbourhood

    Jun282011

    While it isn't one of Spain's biggest cities, Granada in the south of the country still has different neighbourhoods worth exploring. One of these is called Alcaicería which is where I took today's photo.

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  9. Our photo of the day: Strolling down Calle Marqué de Larios in Malaga

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    Our photo of the day: Strolling down Calle Marqué de Larios in Malaga

    Jun272011

    During my stay in Malaga, I discovered that the city’s main shopping street is also really lively at night. While I was there, lots of people were strolling along or hanging out on the benches, even after most of the shops were closed. As I wandered along, I came across carts selling all kinds of delicious treats and some really cool street performers.

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  10. Our photo of the day: One of Bangkok's omnipresent tuk-tuk drivers

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    Our photo of the day: One of Bangkok's omnipresent tuk-tuk drivers

    Jun242011

    There are certain things which are part and parcel of a trip to Bangkok. A stroll down the Khao San Road is one. Eating quality street food is another. One other is a trip on one of the city's celebrated tuk-tuks.

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