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Wellness

Friday, June 3rd, 2005

Wellness: Thai Massage: Wat’s It All About?

by Gigi Ragland Before I left for Thailand, friends advised me to visit Wat Po, the oldest and largest temple in Bangkok. They recommended Wat Po not because of the temple’s overwhelmingly stunning physical attributes, or because it holds Thailand’s largest reclining Buddha, but because it is home to the first Open University in Thailand,

Friday, June 3rd, 2005

Solo Travel: Diving Into Your Desires

“Whatever you can do or dream you can begin it. Boldness has genius, magic and power in it. Begin it now.” —Goethe Helen, Athens, Greece: “I’ve never thought about what I want. I’ve spent my life giving...

Friday, June 3rd, 2005

Wellness: The Semi-Solo Adventure: Things to Consider

“Success is a journey not a destination— half the fun is getting there.” —Gita Bellin Imagine yourself touring the countryside with a group of fascinating people from around the world who have the same interests as you....

Friday, June 3rd, 2005

Wellness: The Private Tango Files: Zurich

by Stephanie Block I wouldn’t have met him if it weren’t for my Jimmy Choos. They were my first pair, and the first time I ever dared to wear them was at Jimmy’z nightclub in Monte Carlo....

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

Wellness: New York, USA: A Sour Taste of the Big Apple

by Victoria Shepherd Taxi prices in New York have gone up since I was there last year. A trip into Manhattan from JFK International will now set you back forty-five dollars, plus toll and tip. The Grand...

Friday, June 3rd, 2005

Wellness: Sol: Urban Sustainable Living

by Stephanie Block Who says you can’t live off the land in the middle of a city? Oakland Sol-ers are doing just that. Their mixed-use building in the heart of East Oakland’s warehouse district hardly strikes one...

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