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Jody Hanson
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Jody Hanson is a Canadian-born freelance writer who recently moved to Phnom Penh.
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06.11.2013

An Elephant Never Forgets and Neither Will You: Where to Drink in Phnom Penh
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In the Kingdom of Wonder – as Cambodia is known – the legendary elephant is woven throughout the local mythology. Elephants and royalty share the historical limelight. At the local level, elephants were the “tractors of the jungle.&...
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02.19.2013

Heuglin's Lodge is for the Birds
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I stumbled into the dining room for breakfast just after 07:00, somewhat bleary-eyed as I’d already been awake for three hours. When I asked Fiona about it she replied, “Yes, at Heuglin’s it is all about the birds and they start jus...
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01.16.2013

Pastores del Sur: Gourmet Goat to Go
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The Pastores del Sur is a family business in the true sense of the word. Founded by a brother and three sisters in 1952, their working dairy operation expanded to include seven cousins. In addition, there are non-family members, such as the cheese-ma...
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01.16.2013

Veki's Village: Mbabane, Swaziland
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Come for the view and the tranquillity; stay for the personalities of Veki Beronja and Dave Cranko. Tucked away on five hectares about four kilometres from the center of Mbabane, Veki’s Village offers luxury self-catering accommodation.  ...
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10.08.2012

Petite Anse, Grenada: No Shirt, No Shoes, No Problem
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“I didn’t exactly leave England saying I was going to go and build a resort in the Caribbean,” laughs Philip Clift, “but that is what happened.” The adventure for Philip and his wife, Anne, started with a trip across the Atlantic in their 55-foot yac...
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09.14.2012

Ocho Once: Puerta Cerrada in Buenos Aires
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The positive – or the negative if you are an outsider – is that Ocho Once lives up to all of the contradictions and cliques of being a puerta cerrada. The Spanish term literally means “closed door” and, like the rum-running bars of prohibition, you h...
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07.23.2012

Oliver's Restaurant: Fine Dining in Grenada
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Oliver’s Restaurant stretches across the front of the main building of the luxurious Spice Island Beach Resort. Slide up to a table that opens onto the Grande Anse beach-front or opt for an inside one if you don’t like the sea breeze with your meal. ...
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06.03.2012

Casablanca's Exclusive Churchill Club
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In Casablanca, if the petit-taxi drivers don’t know the place, it doesn’t exist. And they don’t know the Churchill Club. Why? Because members arrive in their luxury vehicles or have their drivers drop them off. Tucked away in Ain Di...
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06.03.2012

Gran Café Tortoni: Buenos Aires
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“Actually, the floor is only about 100 to 110 years old,” Laura confides. Ah yes, but how many tens of thousands of people have walked how many possibly millions of kilometres on it? The proverbial well-worn path on the terrazzo tiles of ...
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05.29.2012

The 'Perfect' Pisco Sour
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In Chile, the question “Have you tried a pisco sour?” leaves newcomers with a caught-in-the-headlights feeling. A South American dance like the Salsa, perhaps, or a dessert? No, a pisco sour is a drink made from grape brandy and mixed with the juice...
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