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But last night, thousands of British backpackers felt their dreams of sun and surf had gone sour.
Three other Rodale magazines, Prevention, Runner's World and Backpacker are finalists in the general excellence category, which recognizes overall excellence in magazines.
Its titles include Yoga Journal, Backpacker, Vegetarian Times, Better Nutrition, Optimum Wellness, SNEWS(R) and Whole Foods Market(R) magazine, Southwest Art, American Cowboy, Log Home Design, Log Home Living, Timber Home Living, Building Systems, Black Belt and Yachts International.
But tourism experts say this should come as no surprise because backpackers change their preferences and cheap air travel makes city breaks more accessible to a wider public.
The CRE will be writing to the Cardiff Backpacker in Neville Street.
ONE of the world's biggest drug companies has been condemned after it admitted paying backpackers to act as human guinea pigs in medical experiments.
The company publishes some of the best-known health and wellness lifestyle magazines, including Men's Health, Prevention, Women's Health, Runner's World, Best Life, Bicycling, Backpacker, Mountain Bike and Organic Gardening, and is also the largest independent book publisher in America with a collection of international titles, including The South Beach Diet and The Abs Diet franchises, and Al Gore's New York Times bestseller An Inconvenient Truth.
His killer is a relative of Ivan Milat, who is serving a life sentence for murdering seven young backpackers between 1989 and 1992.
We are grateful to receive another confirmation of the superiority of our hydration packs and pressurized system from such a credible and highly respected source as Backpacker.
I've been in the backpacker industry for 22 years and from what I'm hearing they've (signs) hit the mark," News.
But now the North East is becoming an increasingly popular stop for backpackers from abroad, attracted by the area's cultural heritage, magnificent countryside, and buzzing nightlife.
In South America, there have been further backpacker deaths in Chile, Colombia and Costa Rica, and Ecuador was the scene of two British tragedies within days in early 2001.