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Seaplaning in Scotland

Faster and cheaper than helicopters, seaplanes are now being used to access the great (and often remote) courses of Scotland

All Nature, No Bunkers

No bunkers?No problem. At Royal Ashdown Forest, nature reigns supreme.

Colombia’s Evolution

How does a nation ravaged by civil war and drug trafficking turn itself around? One road at a time. T+L reports from Bogotá and Medellín—and...

Canadian Gothic

In the maritime province of Nova Scotia, Canuck novelist Douglas Cooper discovers a land of quiet, seductive beauty—and intriguing weirdness

Numbers Game | January 2007

Average value of second homes for baby boomers who play golf: $377,500 For those who don’t play golf: $218,210 Most shots under par for an...

The Rise in Voluntourism

For a growing number of travelers, volunteering in a remote corner of the world is the trip of a lifetime. Douglas McGray reports on the...

Healdsburg: Sonoma's New Star

With a mix of chic hotels, creative chefs, and stylish boutiques, Healdsburg, California, has emerged as a cosmopolitan hub that still pays homage to its...

The G Galway's Interior Design

Hat designer extraordinaire Philip Treacy puts another feather in his cap: the dazzling interiors of a new hotel in his native County Galway, Ireland.

Next Great Beach Resorts

From Antíparos to Zanzibar, we've tracked down 12 new hot spots where you'll find pristine sand, local culture, and picture-perfect sunsets. What are you waiting...

On the Scottish Ale Trail

From the Southern Borders up through the Highlands, follow this route to the country's historic breweries. Bring a thirst, and your clubs.
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