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Jan 5th 2009 5:32PM It's better than having more traffic on the roads in an already congested area.
Jan 5th 2009 5:30PM If their patrons are willing to pay it will continue. If not, it won't. Basic capitalism. In terms of the smart move in this economy...we'll see.
Jan 5th 2009 10:25AM Great move for Cambodia as long as they are smart about it and don't over-due the number of tourists.
Jan 4th 2009 6:06PM The Rainbow Room was a significant part of New York City. Sad. In this economy nothing is safe.
Jan 4th 2009 12:06PM Legislating the obvious. How about a general law that states: no putting others in danger and no destroying property.
Jan 3rd 2009 9:36PM Beautiful photograph. I really hope more travelers will go to Iceland. They're really struggling economically and could use the cash flow.
Jan 3rd 2009 12:08PM And Cuba is still on this list? Isn't it about time to open it up for travel?
Jan 3rd 2009 12:07PM I once had a drunk gondolier in Venice. He even stopped the boat for a few minutes to get another Peroni!
Jan 2nd 2009 3:33PM There are two cities that I can easily imagine with no people: London
and New York. The last 3 years have seens 20 end-of-the-world films
that targeted these cities.
I wished they'd pick somewhere else!
Jan 2nd 2009 11:16AM Thanks for the tips. El Salvador is a great, under-rated spot for surfing. It's a pretty young crowd, bit it's a lot of fun too.