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In honor of International Women's Day, we're celebrating 10 of the top trailblazing women travelers.
Women may have fought long and hard for equality, but now hotels are returning to another era by offering floors exclusively for female guests, report...
The over 50 crowd in the U.S. is growing exponentially, and the singles who inhabit this universe announce that they are making themselves the citizens of the world that their parents never were.
Readers often write in to remark that I am a man, a fact of which I am generally aware. But then they point out something that often slips my mind: my...
The politics of Africa is all about the elephant.
Surprisingly, neither of the two taxi drivers I asked to take me to the pyramids understood my destination -- despite the fact that I would think these large stone edifices are a mainstay of Cairo tourism.
The waiter was very concerned that I liked the food -- that it was not too spicy for me -- and he came and offered me, as a treat, a handful of three Chinese fortune cookies.
Only in India do people comment on the experience of getting there ("this was fresher," said Vivek) rather than the destination itself.
I sat on a curb in the dark, the sun not yet lifted, watching dozens and dozens of people sleeping on the concrete, some beginning to rise, the breeze fresh from the Ganges.
Varanasi, the holy city of the dead, is a blast of life. Right from the train station, the roads are dense in clanking bicycles, women in black veils...
I enjoyed walking freely, by myself, along the long balustrade to the marble dome.
I have now been two days in Udaipur and have not yet even seen the site that most people come for: the floating Lake Palace, although I did ...
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