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Daily Transporter: Tobago

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The 5th annual Tobago Jazz Festival runs April 19-27 with a wide range of jazz and non-jazz attractions that includes Earth, Wind & Fire, Keyshia Cole, and John Legend. Don't miss next Tuesday’s Buccoo Goat and Crab Races, an 89-year-old tradition.

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Daily Transporter: Spain

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Spaniards celebrate the week preceding Easter with regionally distinctive processions and fiestas. These solemn drummers in Madrid can’t shake a stick at the Tamborada in Albacete province where up to 20,000 drummers play constantly for several days leading up to Easter Sunday.

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Napa Valley Celebrates the Arts All Month Long

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This month the country’s famed wine region hosts Napa Valley Arts in April, complete with pop-up exhibits, special tastings, and exclusive events at area wineries—many of which have permanent world-class art collections.  A few highlights: A free tour of Silverado Vineyards’ collection of Belle Epoche posters and plein air paintings (April 10, 17); the Yountville Art, Sip, & Stroll, with works from 50 regional artists (April 12); and “Celebrating Woodstock,” a special exhibit of photos celebrating the 45th anniversary of the iconic music event, on view at Markham Vineyards (opens April 19). Click here for a complete line-up.

Brooke Porter
Brooke Porter Katz is an Associate Editor at Travel + Leisure. Follow her on Twitter at @brookeporter1.

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Daily Transporter: Lonely Islands

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Were Vikings the first humans to settle the Faroe Islands on their voyage across the Atlantic to North America? Archaeologists recently found evidence that unidentified settlers were cutting peat and cooking with non-indigenous grains on here 400 to 500 years before the Vikings arrived.

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Daily Transporter: Coachella

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Coachella, the 15-year-old music festival that runs this weekend and next, has inspired a 30-day diet and workout regimen to help you endure the rigors of the desert as well as the revealing clothing necessary for concert-going. Can't find the perfect skimpy/glam/gypsy get-up for this year's event? Catch the live stream of the proceedings from your non-judgmental sofa instead.

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4 New Films to Inspire Your Next Journey + Exclusive Clips

Opening this weekend, Hank and Asha is a tale of two cities. During intimate video chats, a pair of long-distance lovers share their adopted homes, Prague and New York, as they plan a rendezvous in Paris.

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Daily Transporter: Sayulita

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Mexcaltitán, a man-made island in a lagoon on the Nayarit coast, is thought to be the ancestral home of the Aztecs. Mexico gave it a Pueblo Mágico designation which can occasionally lure tourists away from the area’s enchanting beaches (like Sayulita, pictured here) for a visit.

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Daily Transporter: Singapore

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A playground slide right out of an 7-year-old’s fever dream, a swimming pool and Jacuzzi, a two-level butterfly garden, free foot massage machines—Changi Airport offers many diversions to travelers and to the million or so local Singapore residents who spend time there every month.

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What to do in Johannesburg, South Africa

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Don’t think of it as just a stopover; Johannesburg deserves serious exploration of its own.

Because downtown is back. For ages, visitors have sought refuge in the gated suburbs north of town, but inner-city crime rates are dropping and young urbanites are moving in. Walk down lively Juta Street in gritty-but-safe Braamfontein, where Dokter & Misses sells hand-cast ceramics and Afro-Deco furniture, then join the crowd for retro cocktails at the 108-year-old Kitchener’s Carvery Bar (27-11/403-0166; $).

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New Museum Restaurants

Museum Restaurants: The Magazine at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery

Elevating food and design to a work of art, these new museum restaurants are destinations in their own right.

London: With its undulating fabric roof, the Magazine (pictured) at Serpentine Sackler Gallery is unmistakably Zaha Hadid. German chef Oliver Lange shows off his Japanese training with a menu that includes both sushi and côte de boeuf. $$$$

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