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Grenada
Grenada has a law that disallows hotels taller than palm trees and another that forbids private beaches. Although nicely developed for tourism, it is by no means overdeveloped.
By Bruce Sach

Hong Kong
If you don’t mind bumping into a few people now and then, and understand that this isn’t the place to go if you just feel like lying on the beach with a drink in your hand, Hong Kong will not let you down.
By Jeff Tamarkin

Helsinki, Finland
Helsinki is a beautiful port city with parks on islands, outdoor cafes and markets, a cool elegance and a love of art and design.
By David Rothenberg

Cappadocia

Istanbul and Cappadocia, Turkey
If you have ever thought about taking a trip to Mars but you’re reluctant to leave Earth just yet, try Cappadocia, one of the most fascinating spots in this world. And Istanbul is unbelievable and simply modern.
By Alecia J. Cohen

Cairo
By the time I got to Cairo, I felt like a bargaining machine. My confidence was boosted by the seeming familiarity of the surroundings; Cairo reminded me of New York City, my home.
By Geronimo Madrid

Pahoa, Hawaii
The Island of Hawaii is one of the few places in the Western world where human beings have not yet managed—and don’t care—to hide from the creative and destructive powers of nature. The Big Island is a climatic, biologic and geologic smorgasbord. With desert to semi-arid to temperate to tropical zones, you could be caught in monsoon-like downpours while your neighbor is taking a swim on a sunny beach five miles down the road.
By Sven Eberlein

Welcome to Barbados, the Land of Blue Orchids and Green Monkeys
The genuine sweetness comes not from the crop of sugar cane, but from the friendly folks. While some visitors come here to explore the sounds of soca, tuk or spouge, I am attending the annual Barbados Jazz Festival, where another set of blues take over.
By Iris Brooks

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