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13 photos of people living life to the fullest

TO ME, living life to the fullest means being outside on some sort of adventure. For others that means clinging to the side of a cliff, skiing a …

The Amazing Balinese Resort of Amanusa

Home » Travel » The Amazing Balinese Resort of Amanusa<p>Set on the island paradise of Bali, on a hillside overlooking the Indian Ocean and Nusa Dua, …

A Weekend in San Francisco - Where to Eat and Stay

San Francisco has always been one of my favorite places to visit. The charming city is known to be one of the food capitals of the world, and for good reason. Here are my recommends on where to eat and stay:<p><b>Eat:</b><p>B. Patisserie $<p>Opened earlier this year, the lower Pacific Heights patisserie will …

These Are The Books That Changed Our Lives

The editors and reporters at Business Insider selected the books that changed our lives in some way, whether it made us re-evaluate something, think deeply about something of importance, or it left a lasting impact — even if that was just to make us laugh or cry.<p>From nonfiction books that taught us …

Undiscovered Asia: The 5 Places to Go Next

Asia has attracted travelers for centuries. From backpackers to businessmen, luxury seekers to religious pilgrims, this is a continent so vast and …

Tiny countries that pack a big punch

Size isn't everything. Here are ten of the smallest countries in the world. Some of them are rarely visited, except by travellers collecting visa stamps. Most are islands, often far flung. Their wealth varies, from nearly the highest per capita GDP to nearly the lowest, but all still manage to …

Law and Justice and George Zimmerman

The exoneration of Travyon Martin's killer is a stark reminder of the limitations of our judicial systems and the choices we make about the laws under which we live.<p>In the next few hours and days you'll likely be inundated with analysis and commentary and solemn expressions of outrage or joy about …