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Monday, November 21st, 2005

Wellness: Patagonia, Argentina: The Mountain Woman Within

by Denise Sauerteig From January through July of this year I traveled around South America. My parents are from Chile, and my family currently spans five continents, so I often enjoy sacrificing any long-term career goals to explore the contemporary Jewish Diaspora, à la Roger-Sauerteig. This trip was inspired by the wedding of my favorite

Wednesday, November 16th, 2005

Kuala Lumpur: An Unofficial Ride

by Allison Neves A couple years back, when I was twenty-nine, I embarked on my first solo vacation, a one-month tour through Southeast Asia. To allay my family and friends’ safety concerns, I took some extra precautions,...

Wednesday, November 16th, 2005

Inspiration: Loch Ness, Scotland: In Search of Nessy

Scotland always seemed so damned romantic to me. I used to daydream about honeymooning in some deserted Scottish castle with my fantasy Scottish husband, who would inevitably look like Sting, Bono, or Val Kilmer. The castle rooms...

Wednesday, November 9th, 2005

Culture: Argentina: Tango for One

by Jennifer Anthony Dining alone is the true test of a traveling singleton’s confidence, especially in a country as passionate and romantic as Argentina. Yet solo dining is also a way to experience an event with eyes...

Wednesday, November 9th, 2005

Culture: Seville, Spain: Going Tapas (Recipes included)

by Suzanne Dunning It was a sizzling summer afternoon in Seville, Spain. The temperature was well over a hundred, and my backpack felt like it had melted my shirt and adhered to my skin. My feet had...

Wednesday, November 9th, 2005

Wellness: Fitness Diva: Healthy Trails to You!

by Brooklyn Garambullo, Fitness Diva I am headed to my home state of New Mexico on what seems like a school bus with wings. Staring out the window, I watch the clouds. Hundreds of magical, light, fluffy...

Tuesday, November 1st, 2005

Culture: Malaysia: A Taste of Kuala Lumpur

by Peng Ong It’s funny; even though I grew up there, Kuala Lumpur is still my favorite place to visit—and my favorite place to eat. With the country’s mix of Chinese, Malay, and Indian cuisines, Malaysia offers...

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