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A Visit to the Cayman Islands

A Visit to the Cayman Islands

It is no surprise that Abacus is a favorite Cayman Islands restaurant http://www.camanabay.com/the-town/dine/ among locals and tourists, alike. Diners have the option of feasting inside the restaurant’s elegant, modern dining room or outside on the outdoor patio where they will be entertained by a live DJ on Friday nights.

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Getting Around U.S. Virgin Islands

Taking a cruise is also a popular way to travel to the Virgin Islands— in fact, St. Thomas is the busiest cruise port in all the Caribbean. Although its port is less busy, you can also take a cruise to St. Croix. Popular lines to visit both islands include Holland America Line and Royal Caribbean.

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A Look at Global Travel Trends

A Look at Global Travel Trends

During a prolonged and grinding recession, the travel industry was one of the few sectors to bounce back early and help buoy the global economy. Last year, the industry accounted for 9.5 percent of the global economy (nearly $7 trillion) and employed 266 million people — about 9 percent of the global work force. Below are excerpts from a conversation with David Scowsill of Britain, president and chief executive of the World Travel and...

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Health apps, new tech continue to help users live a healthy lifestyle

Training for a marathon or simply increasing your physical activity level is all about motivation, and now it can be as simple as downloading an app to your smartphone or putting on a wearable device like a fitness tracker. With these integrated technologies, you can learn your heart rate, track your daily steps, log your food intake and more – all while staying in stride with your regular routine.

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Grand Cayman | Perfect for the On-the-Go Tourist

As the largest of the three Cayman Islands, there is certainly no shortage of things to do in Grand Cayman. Whether on dry land, underwater, or even from the air, there are countless ways with which to enjoy Grand Cayman's numerous treasures.

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Business Professionals Author Books

Expert in CEO Succession Dennis Carey, who is Vice Chairman of Korn/Ferry International, has authored numerous articles and books on the subject of executive recruiting. As a leader in the industry, Carey’s publications offer tips to aid in the difficult process of selecting a new chief executive officer.

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Cold Weather Cripples Air Travel

Cold Weather Cripples Air Travel

The chaos in the nation’s air travel system worsened on Monday as a wave of frigid weather forced airlines to cancel thousands more flights, stranding passengers from Fort Lauderdale, Fla., to Los Angeles. Compounding the issue, at least for one airline, were new regulations requiring more rest time for pilots that began at the beginning of the year. JetBlue Airways said the combination of bad weather and the new Federal Aviation...

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Celebrating 50 Years of Worldwide Artistic Exchange

Celebrating 50 Years of Worldwide Artistic Exchange

The U.S. Department of State is perhaps most famous for international relations efforts on a global scale—from navigating peace treaties, to promoting fair and free elections, the Department of State’s agenda is broad in scope and reach. Nestled within the Department of State is the Office of Art in Embassies (AIE), a cultural powerhouse that promotes the arts on a global level through artist exchanges and events. AIE is also...

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