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PHOTOGRAPHS: LUCAS VALLECILLOS/SUPERSTOCK, JIM WILEMAN/ALAMY, BRENDON THORNE/GETTY IMAGES FOR PARAMOUNT ICTURES, NIKREATES/ALAMY, BETSIEVAN DER/GETTY, MICHAEL BURRELL/ALAMY, POLARISANDY PHOTO/GETTY

A homage not only to vintage cameras but also the neglected art of commemorating a holiday with an actual set of prints, we reckon this new, old-school photo album should provide sufficient incentive for a trip to Snappy Snaps (created by Galison Mudpuppy; £7.99; amazon.co.uk)

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Editor’s Letter
… I’ve had a flashback to the time I tasted
Regulars
After three fruitless outings in search of tigers in India’s
POST CARDS
Why not get involved? We’d love to include your best
GLOBETROTTER
THE SHORTLIST for the annual Sony World Photography Awards has
THE TINY MAYFAIR FLAT where Jimi Hendrix sheltered from the
PETROL HEADS with money to burn should consider a booking
New York’s Tribeca Grand has a new look and a
A homage not only to vintage cameras but also the
Cornwall’ s Fal oysters now have the same EU-protected status
SET IN A 19TH-CENTURY Gothic mansion surrounded by kitchen gardens,
ORIGINALLY WRITTEN IN 1953, the year of Queen Elizabeth II’s
Some say eating at McDonald’s abroad is cheating, that true
Europe has a new museum – but you’ll have to
St Basil’s Cathedral in Moscow’s Red Square – the historic,
THE FIRST DIRECT flight from the UK to San Juan
EASY TRIPS
No sooner has the final wild Atlantic gale of winter
If the behaviour of one of its former residents is
On 23 April 1616, St George’s Day, William Shakespeare shuffled
Above the Arctic Circle, in Norway’s Polar Park, stands Wolf
The tiny African nation of Gambia is only about the
Bethnal Green has come a long way since the Kray
Spring is a fine time to discover Madeira beyond its
When Down the Dock Road, Alan Bleasdale’s play about the
Lake Geneva, seen on a sunny day, is not the
Give the long British winter a final heave-ho in favour
GREAT ESCAPE
1 Feast on country produce straight from the source, just
FEATURES
We all know Kipling’s jungle. Whether you first encountered it
1 If you prefer to travel under your own steam,
Few volcanic eruptions have adjusted geography for the better quite
Cuisine popularity comes and goes, like trends in fashion, music
The Jerez Horse Fair takes place every May in the
MINI GUIDES
This outstanding art gallery, housed in a creatively revamped brick
One of the world’s great urban spaces, the enclosed cobblestone
Bordered by shaded, leafy towpaths, the charming Canal Saint-Martin (saved
This institution – a whimsical fantasy, old-time toy and joke
This king of fjords is a Unesco World Heritage site
The centrepiece at this popular Smithsonian member is the flag