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Meeting the locals at an Indian Village in Panama

Meeting the locals at an Indian Village in Panama

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In the far northwestern corner of Panama, tucked up next to the border with Costa Rica, the relatively undiscovered Bocas del Toro islands not only have both beautiful beaches and captivating marine animals, but this archipelago also contains intact indigenous Indian culture. In some locations, respectful visitors can be welcomed in an Ngobe Indian village. […]

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Relaxed Island Life in Southern California

Relaxed Island Life in Southern California

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Coronado Island is a world away from skyscrapers, freeways and malls, yet it’s only a bridge away from downtown San Diego. Blue skies and warm sun keep watch on 70 miles of beaches in the San Diego area where a gentle Mediterranean climate tempts you to go to the beach. Coronado’s wide, white sand beaches […]

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How to Travel with a New Partner – Travel Advice

How to Travel with a New Partner – Travel Advice

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Whether you are headed to Wine Country or to Italy, the first overnight trip you take with a new partner can be tricky. Here is some must-know advice to ensure the two of you travel smoothly together. For your first trip together, start small, go for a weekend. See what kind of travel partners you […]

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New York City Speak-Easy for Cocktails and Food

New York City Speak-Easy for Cocktails and Food

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Little Italy in New York offers much more than red sauce dining and the Feast of San Gennaro. Read more from New York City Contributing Writer, Meryl Pearlstein who shares the inside scoop with us. Perhaps you know a bit of the rich and tenacious history of the area, first populated by Germans, then by […]

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Paris Free Street-Music Festival on the Summer Solstice

Paris Free Street-Music Festival on the Summer Solstice

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Best Free Street-Music Festival in Europe Don’t miss the “Fete de la Musique” on the summer solstice (June 21st) in Paris. The mood is electric and you get a taste of authentic Paris culture and performances of everything from opera, jazz and rock to hip-hop and electronic music. The music starts early afternoon in some […]

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Top 10 Romantic Things to Do in San Francisco

Top 10 Romantic Things to Do in San Francisco

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From our local friends at the Hyatt at Fisherman’s Wharf: 1.    Walk, bike, run or skip across the Golden Gate Bridge. 2.    Enjoy a California Sunset Cruise aboard Red and White Fleet 3.    Share a hot fudge sundae at world famous Ghirardelli chocolate 4.    Pack a picnic lunch and bring it on board a rented […]

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In Fiji, Your Own Island, Barefoot Luxury, and Reefs to Roam

In Fiji, Your Own Island, Barefoot Luxury, and Reefs to Roam

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With over 300 islands set in crystal-clear waters,  palm-fringed white sand beaches, lagoons and coral reefs, relaxation is big in Fiji–although there are loads of activities when you’re in the mood: amazing snorkeling, diving, jet skiing, white water rafting, swimming with manta rays or visiting local villages. I traveled to Fiji with my 16-year-old daughter […]

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Big Island Big Adventure

Big Island Big Adventure

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As the jet makes its arching descent across Hilo Bay on the Big Island of Hawai’i, we’re mesmerized by the tropical tableau below – translucent blue water fringed with green rolling hills. The couple across the aisle compares the scenery to Ireland. But when my husband and I step off the plane the floral fragrances […]

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Where Is the Riviera Maya–and Why Go?

Where Is the Riviera Maya–and Why Go?

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For pure alabaster white sand, turquoise-blue water, and a seamless vacation of R&R, you should know about the Riviera Maya; a strip of coastline stretching south from  Cancun, on the Gulf Coast of Mexico, to the Mayan ruins of Tulum.  And, due to the large number of all-inclusive hotels, there are fabulous deals for serious […]

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Remembering Valentines & Romance in Kathmandu

Remembering Valentines & Romance in Kathmandu

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“Do what you love and love will follow,” my mother told me. So I took off alone around the world to walk, hike, climb, cycle and kayak my way through six continents and more than 70 countries around the world.   Along the way I never celebrated Valentine’s Day. I was sitting on a low sofa […]

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