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Taroko Gorge in Taiwan
Taroko Gorge/Connie Hum

Monsoon season has just begun, turning the months between June and September into low season for travel throughout Asia. While no one wants Mother Nature to put a damper on their hard-earned vacation days, the rain shouldn’t scare travelers away. Despite reports of heavy rainfall, a majority of the... Read More

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Most people associate the idea of a pilgrimage with religion. But if you’re the sort of person for whom a spiritual journey includes paying homage to your favorite authors or historical figures, Northwest Ireland is home to several (religion-optional) sites that are worth a visit. History and Mythology: Carrowmore and Knocknarea Cairn More than 60 dolmens and stone... Read More

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Cook Islands Tourism North America

Fiji, Bora Bora, and Tahiti usually get top billing when it comes to islands in the South Pacific Ocean. While we definitely can’t argue with the beauty and charm of those destinations, it’s worth noting that the relatively undiscovered Cook Islands — just west of Tahiti and east of Fiji —... Read More

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Hawks Cay/Eddy Vidal

With a balmy climate and lush scenery, the Florida Keys feel far-flung and exotic, even though they’re just a short flight from many major hubs in the U.S. That’s why it’s one of our go-to destinations when we want to disconnect from the daily grind, and reconnect with the things we enjoy — whether... Read More

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flickr/pbkwee

Confession: I am a cruise ship writer who gets seasick. Fear of seasickness is an excuse I hear often from people who don’t cruise but want to. However, there are ways to avoid it. First of all, big modern ships with stabilizers do not have the same level of choppiness as... Read More