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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 oohed and ahhed along with everyone else when I saw some of these marvelous creatures. But even before

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...

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...

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,...

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