A Visit to Panama’s Caribbean Paradise

A Visit to Panama’s Caribbean Paradise

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July 22, 2013

This is the Caribbean as it should be—clean, white-sand beaches; the freshest fruits and seafood; colorful wildlife; and smiling, laid-back locals. You won’t find the huge resorts of other Caribbean destinations in Bocas del Toro, Panama...just an easygoing, water-lover’s paradise, where snorkeling, island-hopping, and beach-combing are the order of the day.

Explore Burma’s Undeveloped Splendor—Before the Masses

Explore Burma’s Undeveloped Splendor—Before the Masses

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July 15, 2013

For almost half a century, Burma—also called Myanmar—was ruled by an oppressive military regime. As a result, this sprawling southeast-Asian nation, renowned for its raw beauty, has remained relatively untouched by the globalized world—until now. With democratization under way following a recent political turnaround, Burma is opening up.

Travel in Croatia: The Corner of Europe That Time Forgot

Travel in Croatia: The Corner of Europe That Time Forgot

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June 30, 2013

As the ferry approaches Brac Island and Supetar, its toy-town “capital,” the blues fragment into shimmering greens and turquoises. In the harbor, the water is so crystal clear I can see fish. It’s like gazing into a magic mirror. Today, Croatia is pulling out all the stops. Trees froth with blossom, fields are speckled gold with wildflowers, and there’s the scent of summer in the air.