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T+L Bookshelf: Eat My Globe

When Simon Majumdar found himself in the throes of a midlife crisis, he didn’t surrender himself to trite clichés—no sports car or twentysomething girlfriend for...

Editor’s Note | February 2007

If you are a devoted Travel + Leisure reader—and I hope you are—you will undoubtedly notice that this issue looks different. What you’re seeing is...

Become an Expert Through a Learning Trip

Who else at the dinner party can say they know how to weave a Peruvian Ayacucho?Make a journey out of refining a skill or interest,...

World's Strangest Monuments

From a baby-eating sculpture in Switzerland to Mongolia’s giant statue of Genghis Khan, the world’s weirdest monuments display local quirks.

2008 Global Vision Awards

A car rental company. A council for green buildings. A community outreach program.

Great Humanitarian Trips Around the World

From helping hurricane victims to teaching orphaned street kids, outreach projects that need your help.

War Reporters' Top Travel Secrets

You don’t have to be on the front lines to benefit from these smart travel tips.

50 Exclusive Hotel Deals

Use this list to plan your next trip, whether it’s to Arizona or South Africa

Rural Spirit

The cow on the bottle of Vermont White vodka means exactly what you fear it does: vodka made from milk. Well, they make vodka out...

Bringing Local Culture to Hotels

Hotels used to be the last place you'd find enriching interactions with the local population—until now. Shane Mitchell looks at a new wave of retreats...
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