This is the September 2008 issue

Boarding Pass

Boarding Pass
By David Tykol
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Travelers' Intercom

Affordable rooms in Greece
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Pros and cons of tour group audio systems
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Insurance came through — fast
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Unwind on Jeju Island
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Some disappointments on tour
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The standby list
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CPAP machines on Virgin Atlantic and British Air
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CPAP machines and British Air
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In lieu of loo
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Rental damage covered
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Antarctica & Chile with Smithsonian
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A visit to Madeira
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Traveling to Bali
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Private tours in Istanbul
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Kuala Lumpur’s Petronas Towers
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Inconsiderate behavior
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Aboard Peter Deilmann’s Heidelberg
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Procuring an India visa
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NEXUS US/Canada pass
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Good Samaritans still need ID
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Coral World, near Eilat
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Wheelchair traveler
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Daintree, granddad of rainforests
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Foldable hiking stick
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Just Fly in Rio de Janeiro
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Columns

Portugal — one foot in the past, one in the future
Rick Steves' Europe

By Rick Steves
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A budding affection for Boquete
The Garden Path

By Yvonne Horn
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Vilnius: a royal palace reborn
Focus on Archaeology

By Julie Skurdenis
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Bombay’s famous Gateway to India Arch and the historic hotel Taj Mahal Palace & Tower. Photos: Keck
Bombay & New Delhi, gateways to India
Far Horizons

By Randy Keck
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Funniest Thing

Funniest Thing for September
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