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December 21, 2014

Mass-market tourism may do great things for a nation's economy, but it also can have a corrosive effect on a nation's culture. .../ ➝

December 17, 2014

The release of an American imprisoned in Cuba signals the opening of talks to normalize relations between Washington and Havana. This is both huge and long overdue. Barack Obama was first elected president on a campaign based on hope and change. One of the changes I was hoping for was the lifting of.../ ➝

December 7, 2014

The good, the bad and the bizarre in the world of travel ARE YOU A MAMIL? According to the Global Trends Report released earlier this year at the annual World Travel Market trade show in London, golfers in North America are increasingly trading in their golf clubs for bicycles, abandoning the links .../ ➝

December 6, 2014

A carefully restored sugar plantation outside New Orleans may be the only one in the United States devoted solely to the history of American slavery. There are several well-preserved plantations around the southern United States. Nearly all of them go to great lengths to re-create the splendor and s.../ ➝

December 3, 2014

Authorities are talking about heightened terrorism threats on Europe-bound flights from the US. Personal electronics, too. While no decision has been made yet, you might want to plan for the worst. There’s some buzz in the travelsphere that the US and UK are giving serious thought to banning c.../ ➝