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April 23, 2000

Exotic and exasperating
India's Udaipur offers sprawling palaces, temples and a ritzy hotel straight out of a James Bond movie. But some real hobgoblins threaten to drain the area of its magic.
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Make Bombay your headquarters for exciting day trips
The huge dirty city itself may not seem an ideal tourist destination, but some historic spots around it are often a short train, bus or taxi ride away.

Rajasthan, India's brilliant kaleidoscope
Color rules in this Indian state -- in swirling saris, on flower bedecked camels and from brightly painted huts in the villages.

Travelers of a feather . . .
. . . Can flock together in niche tours, special journeys for those times when folks just feel like adventuring with other tourists who share their backgrounds and interests.

Along a river less traveled
You can't get there -- easily -- but when you do, the rush of the Stikine River transports its few visitors from British Columbia to Wrangell in marvelous solitude.
 


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