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December 28, 2010

No, not those kind of food fights. I’m talking about the simultaneous struggles to keep your waistline slim and your wallet fat while you travel. A little planning can help you win on both fronts. Food and drink are major reasons why people travel abroad, but for health-conscious eaters, trave.../ ➝

December 26, 2010

The good, the bad and the bizarre from the world’s best travel media THE GIFT OF AFRICA This Christmas season, give yourself a priceless memory — a trip to West Africa for the International Roots Festival in February. These days, the news out of West Africa is dominated by ominous and tr.../ ➝

December 22, 2010

We told you they were going to do it. Now, they’ve done it. This latest breeze blowing through the airline industry could prove to be another ill wind for the traveling consumer. Last month, we told you that American Airlines was seriously considering pulling its airfare information out of the.../ ➝

December 21, 2010

Winter travel may be a good excuse to splurge a bit on an upscale airport lounge. But do your homework first. The recent snowstorm that put the smackdown on European Christmas travel left thousands of air passengers stranded and suffering in airports across the continent and the United Kingdom. But .../ ➝

December 19, 2010

The good, the bad and the bizarre from the world’s best travel media GO SOUTH, YOUNG MAN/WOMAN/CHILD This winter is shaping up as one to avoid travel north of the Equator, or the Mediterranean, if at all possible. If you’ve got Christmas/New Year’s travel plans that include Europe,.../ ➝

December 14, 2010

Airlines? Bah! Humbug! Remember those poor-mouthing airlines, whining that they needed all those add-on fares they were charging to keep their operations from sinking in a sea of red ink? They also said they needed to charge these fees to keep their base airfares low. Remember that? They did everyth.../ ➝

December 13, 2010

One of an occasional series introducing black travelers and their Web sites SITE: lolakinmade.com This Nigerian-born freelance writer/photographer has been to 40-odd countries so far, but the destination of her dreams is no country at all. If you check out her collection of pics on Flickr, you’.../ ➝

December 12, 2010

THE WORLD AS YOUR CLASSROOM The more you travel, the more you want to learn — and vice versa. We all have our fantasies. I’ve had this one for years: Take America’s mothball fleet of naval transport ships out of mothballs, rebuild/refurbish them and convert them into floating high .../ ➝

December 9, 2010

With one “enhanced patdown,” everyone’s favorite airport screeners have graduated from nationwide annoyance to international embarrassment. You have to admire those airport screeners of the Transportation Security Administration. This is one group that doesn’t rest on its lau.../ ➝

December 9, 2010

Two neighbors — Senegal and the Gambia — offer travelers this winter a choice of festivals devoted to the culture and history of Africa and the African diaspora. In the process, they also show how African neighbors can beat the legacy of colonialism to peacefully co-exist — and giv.../ ➝