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Friday, March 10th, 2006

Wellness: Tahiti: Mo’orean Idyll

You know those days when you feel so overwhelmed with all the information that is streaming through your every technological device? You sort of wish for the time when you were only paging coded messages to your boyfriend, who has now been replaced by your laptop. But then, the depth of your fatal attraction hits

Friday, March 10th, 2006

Wellness: The Dominican Republic: An Escape to the Caribbean

by Ana Maria Toro I knew it was time for a vacation when I felt my face getting red after a client interrupted me at a meeting. If something so insignificant could turn my face the color...

Friday, March 10th, 2006

Wellness: Nepal: Solo in the Himalayas

I was 21,000 feet in the air in the Himalayas, in a rattletrap plane even more flimsy than the Palm Desert skydiving tin can I had braved the previous month before, when I realized what I was...

Friday, March 10th, 2006

Wellness: Spa Diva: Unwinding in Thailand

by Adrienne Arieff Here are a few of my favorite spas and resorts in Thailand. And don’t forget to try a Thai massage—they alone are worth the trip. * * * * Sri Lanta Resort Koh Lanta...

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,...

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...

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