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Tourism in the age of terrorism and how the landscape is changing driven more by fear than actual dangers. How has your perceptions changed the way you travel? “But isn’t fear of terrorist attacks, rationally speaking, completely overblown? From the sober perspective of statisticians and risk analysts, the answer is yes. The probability of falling […]

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Dear Friends and Fellow Travelers, Happy Spring! Or for my friends in the southern hemisphere, happy start to Autumn. I hope your travels at the beginning of the year have been thrilling and insightful and that there are many more travel adventures in your future for the year of 2016. As a regular subscriber, you […]

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A Guide for Travelers: Alexandria Alexandria was Egypt’s capital for almost a thousand years before fading into oblivion, only to be reborn in the modern age as a Europeanized metropolis. A port city since its birth, Alexandria lays on the Mediterranean Sea, on Egypt’s northern most border. The city bears the name of its original […]

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Travel Guide: Aswan, Egypt No trip to Egypt is complete without a visit to Aswan. Aswan lies on Egypt’s southernmost frontier, some 425 miles south of Cairo, and is a place where time seems to stand as still as the Nile river on a windless day. Aswan feels like a different Egypt than its northern […]

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  While driving across the Sinai, from Cairo to the Red Sea town of el-Gouna, I ran into this Saudi family moving. Where they had come from and where they were going was unclear, but one thing is for sure — they’re aces at the packing game. If you need to rock at Tetris hire […]

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  Located along Australia’s Great Ocean Road, the 12 Apostles, are a highlight of a trip to Australia’s southern coast. A collection of limestone stone structures, they were dubbed the 12 Apostles when there were still 12 of the structures. Jutting out of the crashing waves, these stone pinnacles are the remnants of the coastline. […]

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