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The outdoor fresh water pool at Ein Gedi Spa, an oasis near the Dead Sea in Israel

The timing couldn’t have been worse. A day before I arrived in Jerusalem to attend the Travel Blog Exchange Conference (TBEX), my right knee went out. I have no idea what...

Termas de la Virgen is the thermal baths most popular with the locals in Banos Ecuador, but they welcome visitors with frienddly waves

This entry is part 13 of 18 in the series EcuadorStill ragged from my bout with altitude sickness in Chugchilan, Ecuador, I dragged my weary bones off the bus and headed...

President Franklin D. Roosevelt nodded at me from his wheelchair on the porch of his favorite retreat in Warm Springs, Georgia. “Good afternoon, Mr. President,” I said. “May I inquire where...

Dear President-elect Obama: This afternoon I was sitting at a table outside of my favorite coffee shop, talking to a friend on my cell phone, when I noticed that the local...

I have been back from my Maasai home stay for two days now and I am still struggling to write about it. I could variously describe the experience as appalling, fascinating,...