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Grenada
I was stunned to see that the water taxi we had ordered had actually beached directly in front of the restaurant. In the instant that it took to be whisked away, I thought, What a country!
By Bruce Sach

Chefchaouen, Morocco
Isolated in the Rif Mountains, Chefchaouen is one of Morocco’s great treasures. This small mountain village sweeps you away into a state of calm with its color scheme that embraces every imaginable shade of blue.
By Alecia J. Cohen

India's Ganesh Festival
Touching down in Mumbai after 16 hours in the air, my senses immediately told me that I was in for an adventure unlike any other. I knew India was going to be interesting, but little did I know I was in for an experience that would change my life.
By Alecia J. Cohen

Anguilla

Whenever I fly Caribbean way, I most often choose to land on the under-the-radar islands. Grenada’s like that. So are Montserrat, St. John and Tobago. But Anguilla is my new favorite off-the-beaten-path getaway.


By Tom Terrell

Belize
Viewed from the sea, the jagged peaks of the Cockscomb Range take on the appearance of a colossal recumbent head whose sloping forehead, eyebrows, nose, mouth and chin warrant its epithet of the Sleeping Maya.
By Peter Eltringham

Trinidad

I was the only foreigner and white woman in the room. I wondered whether I had any right to be there.


By Dominique De-Light

Cairo
Cairo reminded me of New York City,  the streets throbbing with traffic, and eateries, sheesha (the ubiquitous tall water pipes of the Middle East) joints, and bars bustling with activity into the night.
By Geronimo Madrid

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