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Turquoise water against white stones and high cliffs, Santorini in the Greek Isles is on the top of the list of many wedding planners' destination. And they're spot on!

SWOON! 18 Of Spring’s Romantic Destinations

BY WENDY HUNG Flowers bloom, the leaves turn green and waters around the world suddenly become evermore sapphire blue. Spring is here and we are loving every bit of the world, allowing nature to take its course and bringing all colors to life. All this awakening only means one thing: romance is in the air. Engaged […]

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Cementerio De La Recoleta: A Buenos Aires Must-See

BY HAILEE DONOGHUE Before even stepping foot within this gorgeous cemetery a feeling of peace and history ebbs over the walls. Created in 1822 and set on 14 acres of land, the Recoleta Cemetery is a famous landmark of Buenos Aires. With over 4,000 vaults, this cemetery is home to politicians, actors, poets, and anyone […]

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The Wonders Of Argentina: Exploring Día del Campo

BY HAILEE DONOGHUE The fabled grass plains of Argentina, land of gauchos, mate, and cattle. Where Argentina’s legendary beef is produced. The sweeping plains lay no more than a forty-five minute drive outside of provincial Buenos Aires.  Here are a few things you must do: 1. Visit an Estancia—I went to Estancia La Mimosa, outside […]

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How To Do Patagonia, Argentina And Stick To A Budget

BY HAILEE DONOGHUE Nestled in the northern corner of Glaciar National Park, El Chaltén is a tiny Argentinian town and a hiker’s paradise. A four-hour bus ride north of El Calafate, during the summer months, tourism is the main industry but come winter when blankets of white move in there are only 300 permanent residents. […]

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A Genius Foodie Guide To Buenos Aires

BY HAILEE DONOGHUE I came in blind to the food scene in Buenos Aires. The cuisine is infused with local flavor with a heavy dose of Italian influence to be sure. Here are some of the things you must try: Alfajores: An Argentine delicacy, these cake-like sandwiches are filled with dulce de leche or jam and […]

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The World’s Best Parties To Hit Up On New Year’s Eve

BY TEAM JST It’s the 30th and still trying to figure out where to go on New Year’s Eve? If you’re traveling, attempting to settle on which club to hit up to welcome 2014, then we’ve got the goods in every party city in the world! Whether you’re in London, Tokyo or Mumbai, we’ve got you […]

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Unlike the Girl in the Movie “Taken,” Thoughts on Traveling Alone in a Third-World Country

BY COURTNEY PRUITT When I told people in the U.S. I was planning on traveling through South America alone, they asked me if I had seen the movie Taken. If you have seen Taken, then you know that you can’t possibly compare me, a 21-year-old woman currently living abroad in Buenos Aires, to the protagonist […]

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