I’m not really a souk person, in the core of my soul. I don’t
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By the time our group hit the Jordan River, I felt more heretical than holy.
It might not be as old as the pyramids, but the Suez Canal is just
Welcome to the Carnival of Cities blog carnival, where we tour the world in a single post,
By Jessica Lee As the revolution unfolds in Egypt, a guidebook writer normally based in
“We never used to have all of these picky eaters with their food allergies.” As
Pytheas was a Greek who lived almost four hundred years before the Christian era. Perhaps
Story and photos by Roger Housden In an excerpt from the book Saved by Beauty,
This month’s issue of Perceptive Travel webzine travels the world, from Thailand to Alaska by