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March 2007 * 03/29/2007
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Welcome to the March issue of The Traveler
Spring is here, and so is autumn, depending on where you hang your hat. Soon The Traveler will be on spring break, heading south from The Traveler's San Francisco offices to Palm Springs and Joshua Tree National Park in hopes of some excellent hiking and photography.
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And if you haven't filled out the reader's survey yet? That's okay, there's still time! If you haven't yet taken a few minutes to let us know what you think, we'd really appreciate any input you could give, and we'll keep giving one dollar to the Wildlife Conservation Society to help save the African elephant for each response we get.
Let's get down to business! This issue we've got three new feature articles. We start in the North Sea, with a look at the Isle of Man from veteran writer and photographer Cindy-Lou Dale; next we head to Thailand for a magical afternoon in the land of the spa; and then back 'round the world to Antigua while our old friend Kathryn Lemmon checks out the Jolly Roger Resort.
After that is the travel writing pick-of-the-month for March. Another anthology of travel writing from funny women, the kind that make you laugh, guffaw, and generally have a great time.
And to top it off, as usual, we have this month's roundup of travel ideas, bargains, and resources.
Jewel of the Irish Sea
Paradise: Koh Samui, Thailand's Island of Spas
The Jolly Roger at Antigua
Travel Writing Pick-Of-The-Month
The Traveler thinks one of the most important things you should never leave home without is a sense of humor. In that vain, we present our March travel writing pick-of-the-month, an anthology of stories from funny women out on the road. Travel the world and see how humorous it all really is. The Risks of Sunbathing Topless: And Other Funny Stories from the Road
Ideas, Resources, and Bargains
Fly to Canada and the U.S. for less! The best service and the lowest fares at westjet.com
Sunny & Sandy Vacation Packages
Gamewatchers Launches Kenya's First Sea Kayaking Safari Program
iSpeak for Travel - Learn a Language on Your iPod
Discount Cards for Attractions at Top US Destinations
The Traveler now blogs for HotelsbyCity.net! The Traveler has been asked to join the team of bloggers for HBC's San Francisco blog. You'll find everything you need to know about the goings-on in our fair City-by-the-Bay. Check out the blog and look for posts by Tom!
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We've Added a New HIstory Blog! What would Thomas Paine or Mark Twain Think?
We've also started a brand new history blog based on the wit and wisdom of Mark Twain. If Twain were alive today, he'd sure have a lot to say about the world. Fortunately, he already has. Check out our new blog at MarkTwainBlog.org
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