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    The Panama Canal celebrates its 100th birthday today Charles Lytton / Thinkstock Sarah Gilbert takes a trip down the Panama Canal on its 100th birthday but its a rejuvenated Panama City that really floats her boat. As the heat of the day in

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    Part of the Salkantay trek crosses an old British railway line Andrea Alemany He may still be up there. Darren Loucaides slogs his way to the Lost City of the Incas via the Salkantay trek. Im not sure if its the rain, altitude or lack of sl

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  • [Travel] Where to go on holiday in September 2014

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