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Cinque Terre

Cinque Terre

So after taking the train to Cinque Terre from elsewhere in Europe, like from Florence, Pisa, or Milan, you might find yourself looking at your map and asking, what now? Here’s my guide to the top four... Read more

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Shanghai Snacks & Street Food: What to Eat

September 27, 2015

Black sheng jian bao, a modern twist on a Shanghai classic Shanghai is the biggest, and some would say most incredible, city in China. It’s...

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  • Samaná Peninsula

    Stretching out lazily from the Dominican Republic’s northeast corner, the Samaná Peninsula is a sun-lover’s paradise—all idyllic Caribbean beaches, warm turquoise waters, and fresh seafood—that’s populated by fishermen, Euro expats, and endless coconut groves. Plus humpback whales, who come to mate and calve every January, and tourists, of course, inevitably drawn to the…   Read more


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    • For the Sake of Ham

      Rio San Juan, Maria Trinidad Sanchez, Dominican Republic

      At a hotel in the DR, we’d just finished a good but modest, very Dominican lunch of fish, rice, and beans. About to return to the beach, we notice a group of people checking in and can t…    Read more

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  • Recipes From Afar: Piña Colada, Dominican Republic

    A few summers ago, I conducted my graduate-school research at a health clinic in a batey, or rural community, about an hour north of Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic. Punta Cana’s high-end resorts and all-you-can-eat buffets are a…   Read more


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