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25
March
2012

The Malbecs of Mendoza

Argentineans like their beef and may in fact consume more per capita than any other country on earth. They can eat it for breakfast (sausages), lunch and dinner. Their obsession is somewhat unusual since like the United States, Argentina is a country of immigrants and despite its national language, the greatest waves of immigrants were not Spanish but Italian, British, Irish, and a variety of other countries.


17
March
2012

Nairobi...Worth a Visit

When travelers arrive in Nairobi, they usually are immediately transferred to the domestic airport for a scheduled or charter flight to one of lodges or private camps in the major reserves like Amboseli, Tsavo or the Masai Mara. This is certainly justifiable given that the reason most people come to East Africa is to see game in its natural habitat.


12
March
2012

A Peruvian Weaver of Dreams

In the Urubamba Sacred Valley located in the Andean Mountains of Peru, the high altitude causes the temperature to be cool so warm clothing is a matter of necessity; but clothing can also be a matter of identity and ties to historical roots.


05
March
2012

A Little Town in Tuscany

When next you find yourself in Florence and you can tear yourself away from its many charms you could do a lot worse than make a visit to the town of Greve in Chianti which sits about 20 miles south of the city. It is easy as a day trip but is ideal if your next destination is Siena since it is right on the way.



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