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Peregrinations

Fiji is a very calming place. It’s similar to Bali in many ways, though the beaches are nicer and it’s far less crowded—about 800,000 people. As in Bali, and Bora Bora (one of my top spots in the world), people

Trigger Warning to those in Ivy League schools: This might mess with your preconceptions of things you've never experienced. There are about 330,000 people in Iceland (Rhode Island, by comparison, has a million), and almost three million sheep, about 10 per

The geomorphology of this country is fascinating. The earth seems to erupt without warning all around you. There are geysers and volcanoes, crashing waterfalls, geothermal wonders. Ice covers lava flows. Water percolating through the layers takes 100 years to reach

Point Pleasant, New Jersey, broad sand beaches, great breakers, nice boardwalk and attractions for the kids. And we stopped for a breakfast sandwich of a hard roll, pork roll, bacon, cheese, and eggs. Neither broad sand beaches nor pork roll