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Dispatches From The Hinterlands of Patagonia
The Perito Moreno Glacier in southern Argentina is bucking the global warming trend. According to Argentine officials, this ancient, frozen leviathan is one of the only glaciers on the planet not in retreat. Granted, it’s also not advancing, but these days you can’t have everything.
By Dan Moore

A Brief Journey Through Beijing
In the past, Beijing, like Cairo or Rome, was synonymous with a rich historic past. It invoked images of ancient narrow alleys, dynasties and emperors, and even colorful dragon legends. But just like Hong Kong and Shanghai, and their respective flourishing economies, Beijing is as modern city of today with real people and real scenarios that are as interesting as any tradition.
By Diego Zerpa Chang

Negril
If you’re planning a trip to Jamaica, chances are Negril is on your itinerary, and there are a few things you should know before flying into Montego Bay.
By Wes Orshoski

Caesarea
Amidst the sand dunes and rocks between Haifa and Tel Aviv rests the ancient Roman port city of Caesarea. Once the site of a Phoenician port, the city was rebuilt and renamed by Herod more than 2,000 years ago, and has since been restored thanks to its significance as one of the largest ports in the Eastern Mediterranean.
By T.S.

Iceland
If whispers of elves, threats of eating shark meat preserved in human urine, and repeated requests to say hello to Bjork preceded your trip to Iceland, you'd probably be a little apprehensive too. Even so, there is a certain beguiling magic to the country's vibrant nightlife and breathtaking natural wonders.

The 2008 Carnival Queen

Tenerife Carnival – The Canaries’ Wildest Secret
Despite celebrations lasting a whole month, Tenerife carnival, which is rumored to be second only to Rio in size and splendor, remains a well-kept secret. Most of the 5 million plus annual visitors come here for the sun, sand and sea, enjoying the year-round pleasant climate at the many resorts, without having the slightest inkling about the island’s most prominent fiesta.
By Anna Maria Espsäter

Catalonia
Eighteen years may have passed since his death, but Salvador Dali's magnetic presence is still felt throughout Spanish Catalonia. Billboards featuring floppy clocks or herds of spindly-legged elephants somehow complement the olive tree groves and quaint whitewashed villages, making this place as beautiful and surreal as any of his paintings.
By Dan Moore

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