This is the September 2011 issue

Travelers' Intercom

Boys and men take to the rooftops to fly their kites — Jaipur.
Jaipur’s kite festival
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About Day of the Dead in Mexico
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Visiting Kurdistan
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Fascinating Saxony
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Visa glitch; Africa 2000 saves the day
Appears on Page 24
 
Sans visa, no entry to Syria
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Access America paid off
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New Zealand Travellers
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Guide in Bulgaria
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‘Delightful’ guide in Iberia
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Dining in Germany, Prague
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Medical Needs Overseas: Carry meds record
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Delicious in the Lake District
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Lisbon apartment
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Arrival in Venice
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Liquids in Carry-on: Travel-sized products
Appears on Page 50
 
Weather the leather
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Calling All Readers!

Favorite flea markets
Appears on Page 39
 

Columns

‘Africa & Mediterranean Grand Voyage’ with HAL
The Discerning Traveler

By Philip Wagenaar
Appears on Page 56
 
What’s Cooking in…Sarawak, Malaysia
What's Cooking in...

By Sandra Scott
Appears on Page 58
 
How to bargain at Europe’s markets
Rick Steves' Europe

By Rick Steves
Appears on Page 59
 
Buenos Aires’ colonial past — two masterpieces
Focus on Archaeology

By Julie Skurdenis
Appears on Page 61
 
“How have your overseas travels affected your day-to-day living?
Departure Lounge

By Armond Noble
Appears on Page 76
 

Funniest Thing

Scottish commitment
Appears on Page 51
 

Where in the World? Correct Answers

Chouara Tannery
Chouara Tannery in Fes, Morocco
Appears on Page 76