SOUTH AMERICA

DISCOVER LA PAZ, MEXICO

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STORY BY RICHARD THIEL     //   

There are very few places left in the world that remain essentially as they were when they were discovered and yet are still accessible by boat. The one that comes immediately to mind is the Galapagos Islands, but of course they are off limits unless you have a hard-to-get cruising permit.

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BELIZE: BACK TO NATURE

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STORY AND PHOTOS   //  BY RON STERN

As I stepped off the plane in San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, Belize, I knew that this is the sort of island that Tom Hanks wished he was stranded on. Life in this lush, tropical paradise moves at a slower pace. In place of automobiles, there are golf carts. Jungles of concrete are replaced by coconut trees, and instead of smog-filled skies, your view is of the emerald-green Caribbean Sea and multi-hued crimson sunsets.

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THE GRADUATE

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STORY AND PHOTOS
  //   BY AIMEE COLON


As a gift for her graduation, I decided Costa Rica was a great destination to send my niece for her first foreign travel experience.  We choose the beautiful Papagayo Gulf in Northern Guanacaste, Costa Rica for its natural wild beauty, ecological resources, friendly people and large range of accommodations that vary from small, modest ecological cabins to five-star luxury resorts.

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