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Been There, Do This: Fiji's Cloud 9

Been There, Do This: Fiji's Cloud 9

Visitors to Fiji will most likely arrive at the international airport located on Viti Levu, the country’s main island. A short boat or helicopter ride from Viti Levu are the Mamanuca Islands, which are home to a number of the destination’s top resorts, including Tokoriki Island Resort, Likuliku Lagoon Resort, Malolo Island Resort, Castaway Island, Fiji and Musket Cove Island Resort. Anyone staying on Viti Levu or nearby areas should look into a visit to Cloud 9.

Been There, Do This: Lukla Airport in Nepal

Been There, Do This: Lukla Airport in Nepal

I was preparing for my trip to the Khumbu region of Nepal and wanted to double-check something I had heard about Lukla Airport, the gateway to Khumbu and where most people start their Everest treks. I had only gone so far as typing in “l-u-k-l-a a-” before Google worked its dark magic: “Lukla Airport” was first to appear, followed by “Lukla Airport Crash.”

Fiji Airways Offers Relief to Anxious Parents

Fiji Airways Offers Relief to Anxious Parents

Any time an individual flies long distances with a child, the actual flight is probably the most significant source of anxiety. There is a lot to take into account: ease of the flight for the child, happiness of the other people on the plane and, of course, your own sanity.

Been There, Do This: Bayon Temple in Angkor Thom, Cambodia

Been There, Do This: Bayon Temple in Angkor Thom, Cambodia

Visitors to Cambodia come from across the world to tour the Angkor Wat temple complex, which is the largest religious monument in the world and one of its great wonders. Angkor Wat is undoubtedly the crown jewel of the Angkor Archaeological Park, but it represents only a fraction of the architectural marvels left behind by the Khmer Empire.

Been There, Do This: Feeding Deer in Nara, Japan

Been There, Do This: Feeding Deer in Nara, Japan

In Nara, Japan, more than 1,000 Sika Deer roam the grounds of the beautiful Nara Park, stalking visitors in hopes of earning a snack. These spry creatures were messengers of the gods in Japanese mythology, and so have been protected as national treasures for hundreds of years.

Dos and Don'ts at Taiwan’s Night Markets

Dos and Don'ts at Taiwan’s Night Markets

A veteran of Taipei’s famous Shilin Night Market, my Taiwanese friend and night market guide, Evan, always goes caffeinated and prepared, clearly imagining his culinary targets and manifesting them like some sort of street-food-spirit-guru.