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WHEN YOU ONLY HAVE a couple weeks’ worth of vacation days a year, you have to make them count. Every minute spent recuperating from the stresses of day-to-day life needs to be utilized to the fullest. Where can you do that most easily? Thailand: Every turn feels like the setup to a postcard. You don’t have to worry about breaking the bank. The temples are a constant reminder of peace. The food…indescribable.

Not sold yet? Consider these nine points for your mind, heart, and body.

1. The food will reset your taste buds.

You’ve probabl

14 reasons why Aruba is the happiest island

in the world

1. It’s the sunniest place in the southern Caribbean.

14 reasons why Aruba is the happiest island

Photo courtesy of Aruba Tourism Authority

Being so far south in the Caribbean — only 15 miles north of the Venezuelan coast in the Lesser Antilles — Aruba’s below the hurricane belt. That means you never really have to worry about tropical storms reaching the coast, and can instead look forward to sunshine routinely greeting you each morning.

2. Aruba’s coolin

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WE MADE A DECISION VERY EARLY in our relationship that we would invest in experiences as opposed to things. Both of us come from humble backgrounds without a trust fund or financial support from our parents. Money was never something that either of our families had a plethora of growing up and was never something that was deemed necessary for success or happiness.

The 18 funniest Scottish expressions

(and how to use them)

The 18 funniest Scottish expressions

1. A Scot does not tell someone their “trousers don’t fit”…he asks “is the cat deid” (has the cat died. Meaning your trousers are too short and flying at half mast for your deceased pet)

PEOPLE OFTEN FOCUS on the cultural or culinary lan

PEOPLE OFTEN FOCUS on the cultural or culinary landscape when they think of traveling to Mexico — the way indigenous traditions are woven into the modern society, and a cuisine that’s been recognized by UNESCO as an “intangible cultural heritage of humanity.” These points are worthy of attention and exploration, without a doubt.

But you can’t discount th

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