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May 20, 2001

Southeast Asia high Challenging Mount Kinabalu in Borneo, the highest peak in Southeast Asia, leads a climber from the dazzling green jungle to the shivery peaks above the tree line. Story

[Photo: Jim Soliski]

Welsh literary fest features Clinton
HAY ON WYE, Wales -- This village of 1,300 people and 39 bookstores swells each year to about 50,000 during the 10 days of May and early June when it holds its literary festival.

Overlooked beauty on the Baja
Mexico's Santa Rosalia isn't a popular stop for tourists, which is good news for those who do stay and take in its unusual history and peaceful calm.

A peek at the real Puerto Rico
Beyond tourist row is a whole island of sophisticated contrast, from isolated sands to big resorts.

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Featured Vacation Spot: Baltimore
Baltimore Travelers looking for a smaller city that has lots of unique and interesting attractions should not miss Baltimore. This city has it all: great local cuisine, a beautiful waterfront, and lots of great sites for the whole family to visit. From crab cakes to the Edgar Allen Poe House to the new Camden Yards and Fort McHenry of "Star Spangled Banner" fame, Baltimore has both history and fun for all. More
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