This latest edition of Perceptive Travel webzine features some really offbeat travel stories.
Richard Arghiris follows the trail of Loco Bill, the opportunistic serial killer who killed 5 expats living in Panama’s far-flung Bocas del Toro province.
Stephen Markley hops onboard the Odyssey to go whale-spotting. Located in the Gulf of Mexico, this research vessel is looking for whales to help further their study of how the Gulf’s devastating oil-spill will effects aquatic life.
And Tom Koppel discovers that the food, traditions, and temples of India are alive and well in Fiji.
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