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The 10 Most Romantic Private Islands For Valentine’s Day

The 10 Most Romantic Private Islands For Valentine’s Day

Gladden Private Island in Belize Gladden Private Island My first private island experience happened totally by accident. Flying low over the Caribbean in a helicopter, I noticed an isolated island with a massive pagoda-style mansion and other villas under construction on a rocky bluff. The pilot took us closer for ...

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Preci: Italy’s mediaeval village of surgeons

Preci: Italy's mediaeval village of surgeons

For hundr of years, a small village in a remote corner of Umbria produced many of Europe’s most celebrated doctors and surgeons. The village of Preci lies at the northern end of the Monte Sibillini Park in Umbria. Perched among rolling hills, sweeping pastures and scatterings of small farms, it ...

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Tourism development prospects in NE India: A critical review

Tourism development prospects in NE India: A critical review

Priyanku Narayan Baruah  (The writer can be reached at [email protected]) ‘‘North Eastern Part of India is rich in natural  beauty and bounties having enriched by its age-old repute as a historical place.” The north-eastern part of India comprising the states of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland and Tripura ...

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Spera hired to lead ISAAC in New London

Spera hired to lead ISAAC in New London

New London — Nicholas Spera, the former principal at Marine Science Magnet High School in Groton, has accepted a job leading the Interdistrict School for Arts and Communication, a charter middle school in New London. ISAAC made the announcement Thursday that Spera had accepted the position as the new executive director ...

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Mike Yardley: Ngala Safari Lodge, South Africa

Mike Yardley: Ngala Safari Lodge, South Africa

Wrapped in the wide embrace of Kruger National Park, I was luxuriating at Ngala Safari Lodge, alongside a wedding confetti-like sprinkling of loved-up, dewy-eyed honeymooners. Kruger has become a tractor-beam for these well-heeled American millennials, doting on the wildlife, while doting on each other – in equal measure. What’s propelling ...

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