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Why solo travel doesn't have to be lonely

Scared of traveling solo? Read this.

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The 12 Most Insane Endurance Races on the Planet

Forget the Tour de France. These feats of endurance will blow your mind.

Women in Colombia Are On a Sex Strike For This Civic Cause

Women in a small Colombian town are channeling ancient Greek heroines by withholding sex until they get what they want: improved road conditions.

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Incans Gave Child Sacrifices Coca Leaves, Booze Before Their Icy Demise

Originally found in 1999, scientists now believe three mummies of Incan children were preserved some 500 years ago during the Inca empire — and fed drugs and alcohol before their death.
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Meet the Man Who is Literally Running to the End Of the World

Joseph Michael Kai-tsu Liu Roqueni is running from Canada to the tip of Argentina, and here's why.

'Crystal Fairy' Movie Review: A Drug Infused Romp Through the Chilean Desert

Two tourists clash in Michael Cera's new drug comedy 'Crystal Fairy.'

6 Trips You Should Take Before Turning 30

When you're young and carefree, be sure not to miss out on these essential peripatetic adventures!
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Quinoa Uncovered: How American Foodies Became Obsessed With a South American Poor Man's Grain

Quinoa is the grain "du jour" among health-food junkies in the United States. But few people know it has been a food staple for the native Incas for hundreds of years.