There are few monuments in the world more iconic than the Statue of Liberty, which has been welcoming the masses to the United States since its 1886 unveiling.
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Come with me to Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park. Imagine an area just a bit smaller than Swaziland or the same size as Northern Ireland. Imagine vast plains, limitless horizons and an abundance of wildlife unlike anywhere else in the world.
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When thinking about Sri Lanka, you would be forgiven for visualising a small island off the south-eastern tip of India, which is famous for its tea and has a cricket team, but not much else.
Nothing could be further from the truth. Sri Lanka is an island in the Indian Ocean approximately the size of Ireland, hanging on by a thread to the south-eastern coast of India. It has a culture going back 3 000 years, and boasts the highest diversity of animals and plants in Asia.