JAGUAR SNARL

In the Pantanal region of Brazil, Dave Irey, captured this Jaguar’s toothy expression while the Jag sat along the river bank, undeniably annoyed when another boat approached. Jaguars are the third largest feline behind the Tiger and Lion.

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Cruise passengers get perks on private islands

Cruise passengers get perks on private islands

Good news for cruise passengers: More and more of the lines are adding stops at private islands to their sailing itineraries. What’s more, you’ll find there’s a lot more to do at these spots than just flaking out on the beach. One line, for instance, now touts a 40-foot-high, 175-foot-long waterslide on its island. Others offer the likes of ziplining, parasailing (up to 400 feet) and nature walks in the jungle.

EDIBLE FIR

EDIBLE FIR

Of course, this is a Christmas story. What else when you are talking about EATING Christmas trees? Yvette Cardozo discovers tips on her travels to Victoria on Vancouver Island.

THE SURRENDERS!

THE SURRENDERS!

Two notable military surrenders—one at Appomattox, Virginia, and Bennet Place in Piedmont, N.C.—turned Into victories for both sides. Travel Authority Rich Grant replays the tactical strategies in Part 1 of this series.

‘Sorry, lady, this flight is for men only’

‘Sorry, lady, this flight is for men only’

After a tough day of doing business in, say New York, men could opt for a homeward flight where they could stretch out, put on a pair of slippers, light up a stogie, browse through the latest issue of Playboy, catch up on the market, enjoy a thick steak and then light up again for a game of poker with the guys -- all without any of those pesky women around. Yes, a big airline actually ran such flights.

America’s Coolest Comeback Towns

America’s Coolest Comeback Towns

Think the only thing you’ll find in Detroit and Pittsburgh are derelict factories, shuttered steel mills and abandoned neighborhoods? Think again. Travel writer Carole Jacobs reports from the two newly trendy destinations.

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