Seoul, Korea (June 22-26) – Paul Kan’s Asia Journal

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If one city in Asia seemed distinctly more Western than other Asian cities, yet
also distinctly proud of its own national heritage, it was Seoul.

#20: El Retiro and the Day of the Devil – Guatemala – A Year and a …

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A Year and a Day: Those of a nervous disposition may wish to avoid Guatemala on
December seventh as the Day of the Devil celebrations explode with

1 – Los Mochis, Mexico – From Baja to the Land of Fire

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In Theo's first entry he has to kick himself for buying a plane ticket. Call it
a vote for serendipity, but otherwise the journey is off to a good start.

Cape Town, South Africa – Big Brother’s African Brother

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Big Brother’s African Brother: Coaxed up Table Mountain by the lure of chocolate,
Penny spent a sobering hour within the Langa township and caught the ferry

Dog Travel: 6 Vacation Ideas For You and Your Pooch

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Forget the kennel, here are 6 ideas for taking a vacation with your pooch.

8 Great Destinations That are Cheap Once You Get There

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BootsnAll tours 8 of the places where you can have an excellent, exotic, and cheap vacation even if the flight itself might seem pricey at first.

Celebrity Death Sites – A Sad Tour of 12 Who Left Us Too Soon

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BootsnAll takes you on a tour of places where 12 celebrities took their final breaths

New York on $5 a day – Then and now

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BootsnAll takes a look at what budget travel to New York City was like in 1961, and checks in with what is in the same locations today to see how things have changed. 

9 Modern-Day Classic Movie Locations You Can Still Visit

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BootsnAll hits the road to visit locations of 9 modern-day classic movies that are on TV so often they feel like friends.