• Ancient Geoglyphs: Enigmatic Relics of the Past

    Mankind has always sought to leave a mark on the world, a testament to our existence, beliefs, and art. Among the most puzzling and fascinating imprints of our ancestors are the ancient geoglyphs—colossal figures etched into the earth’s surface. These…

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  • Five Reasons Bogotá Should Be On Your Destination Radar

    Colombia — The land of drug runners, cartels and kidnappings, right? You might be thinking of the Colombia of old. This diverse gem nestled at the top of South America with coasts kissing both the Pacific Ocean and Caribbean Sea…

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  • Travel IQ – How can I safely eat street food?

    Dear Travel IQ: I love to watch shows like Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern, and I enjoy eating new foods when I travel.  I’ve always been afraid to try street food, however.  It’s tempting, but I’m worried about sanitation and…

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  • Traveling with Kids: Tips for a Smooth(er) Journey

    Children. They are our bundles of joy until they start making a scene on a plane or squabble in the car during a journey. Some portion of our childhood memories are fondly remembered family vacations. But you probably also remember…

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  • The Islamic Moorish Tradition in Spain: A Legacy of Influence

    The Islamic Moorish tradition in Spain holds a remarkable place in history, leaving an indelible mark on Spanish culture, architecture, and society. Spanning over seven centuries, from the early 8th…

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  • India: Beyond the Taj Mahal

    The thought of India evokes many images to travelers, but none more iconic than the majestic Taj Mahal. Although this wonder of the world is a relevant and magnificent site on the tourism circuit, consider adding a dash of adventure…

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  • 10 Tips for Travelers Who Love to Cruise with a Camera

    If you’ve ever used a Kodak Retina folding camera or a Rolleiflex twin-reflex, you’ve been obsessed with photography for a long time. Retinas were to Eastman Kodak what Cadillac was to General Motors. For 55 years, from 1934 to 1969,…

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  • Turkey – tea with the locals

    Yes, the British and the Japanese have their tea customs and rituals, and I wouldn’t want to take away from the special nature of either of those cultures. But if I had to choose where I would most like to…

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  • Meeting the Buddha on the Road

    Bangkok is a city that reveals itself one street, one alley, and path at a time. After two weeks, I continued to venture further each day, walking and taking tuk-tuks to different sections of the city, keeping my bearing by…

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  • Why the Mobile Passport Control app should be on your radar

    A free service with the potential to speed up entry at a number of U.S. ports and airports, the Mobile Passport Control app (MPC app) should be on your radar. The program essentially generates the required customs form on your…

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