December 2011

Extra pages in U.S. Passport

How to Add Pages to a U.S. Passport

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If you travel frequently and are running out of room in your U.S. passport, have pages added to it to maintain your travel street cred.

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Ras Mohammed National Park in Sinai, Egypt

Where to Hit the Red Sea in Sinai

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Whether you want award-winning scuba diving or just some beach time before you head to Cairo, spend at least a few days exploring the beaches of Egypt’s Sinai peninsula.

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Bolivian Visa at the Peru-Bolivia Border

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If you have a passport with at least six months remaining validity and U.S. dollar cash in hand, getting a visa to enter Bolivia is something you can do while crossing the border.

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Children at Christmas in the Philippines

Christmas in Paradise

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The Philippines is an incredible place to spend Christmas — and not just because of the tropical warmth.

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Shanghai Century Park in China

Shanghai’s Epic Century Park

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Just as Shanghai’s more than 4,000 skyscrapers dwarf the Manhattan skyline, Century Park is something like Central Park on steroids, even if Central Park is technically larger by area.

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Sign of Greek financial collapse in Mykonos

Prices for Travelers in Post-Recession Greece

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Whether you’re baking on a Mykonos or Santorini beach or sightseeing it up in cosmopolitan, historical Athens, traveling in Greece costs less than it does almost anywhere else in Europe.

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Food stalls in Jemaa el-Fnaa Square in Marrakech, Morocco

Why You’ll Love (And Hate) Marrakech

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As a photographer, there are few more exhilarating places in Morocco (and maybe the world) than Marrakech. A bustling city painted entirely in a smoky orange-pink colors, filled with lively souks and vendor stalls, Marrakech is exactly what you expect Morocco to look and, at least initially, feel like. It’s also an amazing city for […]

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How Many Shekels Per Day in Israel?

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Set realistic expectations about the cost of travel in Israel before you touch down so you aren’t disappointed when you arrive there.

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