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March 2021 Issue

Here are the other articles subscribers will be reading in the March 2021 issue.

    COLUMNS

    CALLING ALL READERS! RESPONSES

    WINNING ESSAY

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    Funniest Thing

    This month’s winner is SARNIA GUITON of Nairobi, Kenya:

    Some years ago, I was traveling with a group in Egypt. One day, we visited the Khan Al Khalili bazaar in Cairo. This was a rushed visit, so I returned by myself after the day’s guided tour had ended.

    Calling All Readers! Responses...

    The closing of borders worldwide due to the COVID-19 pandemic led to the canceling and postponing of countless travel plans. In the interest of comparing how various tour operators, airlines, cruise lines, hotels, etc., handled the disruptions and travelers’ bookings, ITN asked subscribers to write in about their experiences. Many had stories to tell, the first printed in our September 2020 issue, and we are continuing to share their accounts.

    Beverly Hazen (in March 2020) in Plaza de España in the Parque de María Luisa, built for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929 in Sevilla, Spain. Photo by Sam Hazen

    Essay Contest Winners

    We have two ITN subscribers to thank for suggesting the topic of our last essay contest, “Hungry for Hungary”: Debbie Wenck of Carlsbad, CA, and Kathy Hatfield of Montvale, NJ. The subject elicited essays with recollections from decades past. ITN staff judged the submissions, and the winning work — based on visits past and present — was that of KITTY CHEN DEAN of New York City, NY. Kitty’s prize is an ITN mug.

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