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Monday, June 27th, 2005

Culture: Africa: Anything Goes On Safari In Africa

by Julie Ferro Safari camps are clean, found in attractive areas, and, in some cases, the word luxuriant would not be an inappropriate description of them. Located in scenic areas not far from game reserves and national parks (for easy access to sightseeing and safaris), camps are often a reflection of their surroundings. Tents are

Tuesday, June 21st, 2005

Inspiration: Centurion, South Africa: I Offer You Africa

by Adri Sanders Leaving the corporate world behind, Adri dives into the African bush and finds her place in the world. She invites you to join her. I was a business analyst with a large financial institution...

Wednesday, June 15th, 2005

Style: A San Francisco Sabbatical

by Mary D. Sanford I was on the first leg of my three-month academic sabbatical, a whirlwind tour of the best college-level reading programs in the United States. Fourteen colleges, eleven states, and two suitcases, each large...

Friday, June 3rd, 2005

Wellness: Japan: The FWC Story—Journey of a Foreign Wife

by Jennifer Brown In spring of 1997, I arrived in Japan to join my Japanese boyfriend who had just been transferred back to Kochi City following a two-year stint in New York City where we met. I...

Friday, June 3rd, 2005

Culture: Italy: Il Maestro’s Villa

by Wendy H. King Like a medieval knight making a pilgrimage to the Holy Land in search of the Holy Grail, I set off to Italy, the birthplace of opera, to visit composer Giacomo Puccini’s Villa at...

Friday, June 3rd, 2005

Visionaries: Grrrl Power with Gill Campbell

by Stephanie Block Vrooom! One thing you can definitely say about Gill Campbell is that she lives life in the fast lane. As the first woman CEO of the Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, this high-octane Diva gives...

Friday, June 3rd, 2005

Inspiration: Vietnam: In Vietnamese, Bong Means Flower

by Shanti Sosienski When I went to Vietnam two years ago, I was often a distant observer. I breathed in the scent of the Pho soup that was carefully prepared at the corner noodle shack, but I...

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