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    Fiji's Best Resorts for Surfers
    The islands of Fiji have long been a world-class destination for surfers. Since 2010, however, the South Pacific nation's popularity has burgeoned among the surf set, as the government opened access to all the island's surf breaks to...
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    Review: Paradise by Design, by Bill Bensley
    A 1984 graduate of the Harvard School of Design, Bill Bensley was listed as one of the “Top 100 Architects of 2007” by Architectural Digest magazine. Initially trained as a landscape designer, Mr. Bensley has long since migrated his...
  • Tropical Hotels
    Review: Tropical Hotels, by Kim Inglis
    When seeking an ideal destination hotel or resort, today’s world travelers can rely upon countless travel guides, agencies, websites and publications for direction. One may caress a trusted, well-thumbed copy of Fodor’s or Frommer...
  • Ancient Chinese city of Suzhou draws million of tourists
    Ancient Chinese city of Suzhou draws million of tourists
    Don’t let the name fool you. One of Asia’s biggest tourism attractions is called the Singapore Industrial Park, but it’s nowhere near the famous city-state at the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula. The park, known as the SIP...
  • Cruise the Islands
    Paul Gauguin cruises announce 2015 line-up of special guests
    Paul Gauguin Cruises features travel exploringin the Culinary Arts, Wine, Photography, Fine Art, History, Music, Astronomy, and the Ocean(www.pgcruises.com). The operator of the highest-rated, and longest continually sailing luxury cruise ship in...
  • Pacific Islands Bora Bora
    Top ten most beautiful Pacific Islands
    The Pacific Ocean is the largest ocean in the world, covering approximately 60 million square miles of the Earth's surface. More than 25,000 islands are in the Pacific, including the nations of Fiji, Samoa, the Cook Islands, Papua New Guinea,...
  • Escape to paradise at Emeril's Tchoup Chop
    Escape to paradise at Emeril's Tchoup Chop
    Walking into Emeril’s Tchoup Chop arouses all of the senses with its vibrant, tropical colors, tranquil water feature, and enticing smells from the open kitchen. The low lighting and warm hues against waves of blue transport guests to a...
  • Vacationing in the Galapagos with Kurt Vonnegut and Charles Darwin
    Vacationing in the Galapagos with Kurt Vonnegut and Charles Darwin
    In his novel, Galapagos, master satirist Kurt Vonnegut (1922-2007) spins an Apocalyptic tale in the unlikely setting of a Garden of Eden-like group of islands – the Galapagos – way out in the Pacific off the coast of Ecuador. Says...
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    Fiji: Dengue fever cases double in past week
    The number of dengue fever cases on the Pacific island of Fiji have skyrocketed recently, more than doubling during the past week, prompting the beginning of adengue clean up campaign, according to a Fiji Broadcasting Corporation (FBC) report Jan....
  • The US has a  great deal at stake  when it  comes to the success of Japan.
    Why the Sino -Japanese Conflict is a Top Priority for the White House.
    Shino-Japanese tension derives from many different avenues over its 2,000 year history . As far as recent history is concerned , 2006 marked the first mutual and warm relations. The pervious tension came from Japan’s refusal to truly...
  • Mazatlan celebrates the return of the cruise ships
    Mazatlan celebrates the return of the cruise ships
    Western Mexico's port of Mazatlan this week welcomed back the first of three major cruise lines after a two-year absence from the port. More than 1,300 passengers from Holland America's ms Veendam came ashore here on Nov. 12 during a seven...
  • Nevada
    Wolf Pack promising to listen to coaches this year
    Deonte Burton has already noticed a big difference in this year’s Nevada Wolf Pack men’s basketball team compared to last year.“In my four years here I’ve never seen a team buy into what the coaches are saying so much like...
  • 'Suite-ish' treat in store for cruise passengers
    'Suite-ish' treat in store for cruise passengers
    “I wonder if they made a mistake … we paid for a standard stateroom, and the one we're in looks like a suite.” No, no one goofed. The folks at Windstar Cruises simply found a clever way to give a “suite-ish” feel...
  • Pacifica shark attacks fisherman in kayak near San Francisco
    Pacifica shark attacks fisherman who lures fish too big to fry
    A Pacifica shark attack is all over the news on June 26 after the big fish ended up near this California community and nearly took out a fisherman paddling a kayak. The situation, which took place just south of San Francisco, was dangerous but the...
  • Hawaii as a grilled crab cake with oyster mushrooms and mango pineapple salsa
    Hawaii as a grilled crab cake with oyster mushrooms and mango pineapple salsa
    Although crab, mushrooms, mango and pineapple all have tropical associations, only crabs and mushrooms are native to Hawaii. During the past 200 years Hawaii has become an archipelago of diverse cultural influences. All transitions create...
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