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Monday, February 20th, 2006

Wellness: Chocolate Tasting in Britain: God Save the Bean!

by Wendy H. King Look out, Switzerland, Holland, and Belgium! Britain has moved in on your chocolate turf. Who knew? The land that gave us black pudding, haggis, and eel pie also produces—and consumes—internationally award-wining chocolate. Today, the average Brit eats ten kilograms (twenty-two pounds!) of chocolate a year, making Britain Europe’s number-one chocolate consumer.

Monday, February 20th, 2006

Wellness: Red Mountain Spa, Utah: Head North to the Sun!

by Robert Painter Red Mountain Spa and Resort, located in the little community of Ivins, Utah, is a fabulous spa where you can enjoy specially prepared, healthy gourmet meals, wander through a labyrinth, hike the red rock...

Monday, February 20th, 2006

Wellness: Costa Rica: In Search of Sloth, the Sweetest Sin

by Jennifer Anthony Many travelers venture to Costa Rica to see the troupes of monkeys, the fine-billed toucans, the Technicolor parrots, the beetles large enough to leash, or the dentally daunting crocodiles. I won’t deny that I...

Monday, February 20th, 2006

Wellness: Vanuatu: Passage to the Land of Fire

by Enessa Janes “I think I’m going to be sick!” My exclamation was lost in a gust of wind and I crumpled over the aluminum railing into a spitting of cerulean sea spray. Indo-Fijian curry and a...

Monday, February 20th, 2006

The Grand Tetons, Wyoming: Entering the Current of Grace

by Gigi Ragland In June of 2004, the Tour de France occupied much of my thoughts. The race—on its ninety-first anniversary—marked Lance Armstrong’s bid for a record-breaking sixth consecutive win. That same year, I was training for...

Monday, February 20th, 2006

Wellness: Nuevo Vallarta Mexico:
Real-life Experiences on Mexico’s Pacific Coast

by Nancy Bernard Please note that there are absolutely no lies or exaggerations in this account. It is, however, an incomplete report. * * * * Dear Mom, Thanks so much for my birthday gift! I still...

Monday, February 20th, 2006

Orland, California: Udder Sanctuary

by Jennifer Anthony A few months ago, I purchased a book entitled 101 Things to Do Before You Die by British author Richard Horne. Though morbid-sounding, it’s actually a fun, cheeky book that contains an array of...

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