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Waiting for Adventure to Find You?

Missing Out on LifeMissing Out on LifeGood luck! Julia wrote in my intro, "Dez Bartelt is who I want to be when I grow up." Well, Julia, this is what I tell other women who make that statement: Don't wait - do it now. Life is too short to miss out on the adventure. There are no excuses.

Prison Hotels

Locked UpForget what you think of prisons. Spending a night in the slammer is the newest (and sometimes cheapest) way to travel the world. Questionable karma aside, going willingly into the lock-up is just odd enough to make me want to try it. Shackles are not de rigueur.

 

The Tribe has Spoken

Cook Island HideawayCook Island HideawayIn 1773, Captain James Cook discovered the 15-island archipelago. In 1824, a Russian cartographer named the islands in honor of the captain. In 2006, Jeff Probst made them famous with Survivor: Cook Islands....

Fish Spa Exfoliation

Fishy Spa TreatmentsFishy Spa TreatmentsIf you're partner leaves for work before you've had your first coffee, kiss your chance for a quickie body scrub goodbye - and put up with scaly elbows for the day. Until now. The Fish Spa in Huizhou, south China's Guangdong...

Best Snorkeling in US Virgin Islands

Snorkeling in ParadiseSnorkeling in ParadiseWatermelon Cay - a solitary islet perfect for snorkeling. Just 200yds off St. John's northern coast you'll find a reef chockablock with parrotfish, stingrays and starfish. In the 1800s it was used for duels and is still popular today for the same reasons - far away from people and hard to reach.

The High Cost of Flying

The High Cost of FlyingThe High Cost of FlyingA cockroach under your bed can ruin the vacation of a lifetime. A fly in your soup can spoil a meal. But what ruins a flight? Other than a crash, most of don't think too much about the "flying

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