This is the May 2010 issue

Boarding Pass

Boarding Pass
By David Tykol
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Travelers' Intercom

Foreign-transaction fee
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Red tape in Eritrea
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Standby versus confirmed
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Leper King Terrace
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Comfort on TAM
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Luggage lashing
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Awaiting refund for canceled cruise
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Found anchorages inconvenient
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Danu Enterprises in SE Asia
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Pension near Ljubljana
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DenRus in St. Petersburg
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Lalibela bargain
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Cinque Terre hotel
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Recommended in London
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For mobility impaired to ask re ship
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Mobility-impaired cruiser
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Traveling with O2 concentrator
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What Makes Madrid “Madrid”?
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Thomas Cook timetables
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Using Skype on cell phones
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Populous China
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Geared up for the Galápagos
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Uniworld Mongolia tour
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Calling All Readers!

Columns

Sleeping, eating & transport: Enjoying Italy to its fullest
The Discerning Traveler

By Philip Wagenaar
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Birka — Viking trading center
Focus on Archaeology

By Julie Skurdenis
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Street ball erupts with no warning in the streets of Trinidad, Cuba. Photos: Keck
Traveling to Cuba – myth, reality and resolution
Far Horizons

By Randy Keck
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Funniest Thing

Funniest Thing for May '10
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