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Special Interest: Golf: The inside scoop on professional golf

By Paul Knowles (published in www.golfguy.ca)

Everybody likes to be "on the inside", to be in the know. Writers, I suspect, are especially susceptible to this. I don't know if it's a weakness, a vice, or simply a mark of humanness, but I am definitely guilty as charged. Never has this particular individual foible been more evident than two weeks ago when, through no virtue of my own, I ended up at the Honda Classic PGA Golf Tournament at the PGA National Resort in Palm Beach Gardens. (Photo by Paul Knowles)

Special Interest: Not your average accommodation: 10 cool places to spend the night

By Cheapflights.cs

Travellers, get ready to rest your head in some rather unusual places. From a tree house to a bus and a "nest" to an igloo, these awesome sleeping spots go (way) beyond your average accommodations. So, step aside, traditional hotels: Spend the night in one of these 10 cool sleeping spots instead.

Special Interest: Golf: PGA National Resort & Spa Announces 2014 Champion Golf Package

By David Wood

Quintessential South Florida Stay-and-Play Golf Experience

Special Interest: SAIL THE ISOLATED FJORDS OF EASTERN GREENLAND THIS SUMMER ON A TRADITIONAL WOODEN SCHOONER

By Dick Griffith

It's been said that "once you've seen the world, you can go to Greenland". Increasingly, savvy travelers seeking destinations that are different are looking northward toward this vast, remote land, discovered and named in AD 910 by the Viking Erik the Red. But even among those intrepid travelers who have visited Greenland, there are very few who have journeyed to the isolated eastern coast – known to Greenlanders as the "back door".

Special Interest: GLOBAL GASTRONOMY: FIVE EDIBLE ADVENTURES

By Rosie Budhani

Hotel restaurants used to be an afterthought – a means to simply satisfy the masses. These days the culinarily inclined are traveling by flavors and seeking out the inspired and adventurous in both the hotel experience and its comestible creations. (Shown above: Copperhill Mountain Lodge; next page, Seaside Palm Beach, Gran Canaria, Spain)

Special Interest: Golf: Exceptional Myrtle Beach Stay-and-Play Offer from Mystical Golf, Sea Mist Oceanfront Resort

By David Wood

Enjoy Three Acclaimed Grand Strand Courses, Deluxe Accommodations, Numerous Extras

Special Interest: Wine: All-Inclusive Wine Tours to Brazil, England, Italy & Chile Highlight 2014 Offerings During Harvest Time

By joyoftravel.ca news services

Wine Lovers Tours, with over 30 years experience, announces its 2014 tours to South America and Europe during Harvest Time. The all-inclusive wine tours feature VIP winery visits, cuisine & culture.

Special Interest: Golf: Muskoka golf that won't empty your wallet

By Paul Knowles

There's good news and bad news for golfers, when it comes to teeing off in Ontario's cottage country. The good news is, there are some great courses throughout Ontario's lake districts. The bad news – some of them are prohibitively expensive.

Oh, sure, you will grab the opportunity to play the pricey courses at least once, to say that you've been there. Like Deerhurst, a beautiful course in Muskoka, well worth the visit, but where you will pay $147, peak season, for 18 and a "mandatory" cart. Compare that to Huntsville Downs, a few kilometers west, where peak season weekend play, with (optional) cart costs $82.

Special Interest: Yachting: The Moorings Unveils 2014 Rebranding Efforts

By joyoftravel.ca news services

A rebranding launch for The Moorings has expanded travel options for sail, power and crewed charter yacht vacations for the 2014 year. This is an overall effort to incorporate the company's heritage into a fresh identity for today's customer.

Special Interest: Top 10 quirky museums

By joyoftravel.ca news services

Hear the word museum and, odds are, you conjure up an image of portrait halls and sculpture gardens – the traditional home of traditional art. However, the world is a huge, creative and even quirky place, and there are museums around the globe that reflect this diversity of passions. With International Museum Day coming up, we went in search of collections that celebrate and enshrine some of the most curious slices of heritage and culture. Our top 10 quirky museums is a testament to the belief there is something for everyone. (Shown: Vulcan Tourism & Trek Station, Vulcan, Alberta)

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