Doctor's Review: Medicine on the Move

July 24, 2017

Travel News

Travel News

Keeping Machu Picchu pristine

The Peruvian government has drafted a new set of regulations that will make visiting Machu Picchu a much ...

London’s Shangri-La

Let’s say you want to really see lots of London. You could either hoof about endlessly on foot, ...

Soaring over Squamish

Hikers have yet another reason to visit BC. The Sea-to-Sky Gondola, just outside Squamish, is opening on May ...

The best beach in the world

The best beach in the world is officially — at least according to TripAdvisor — Baia do Sancho, ...

What’s in a name?

“The impossible cannot have happened, therefore the impossible must be possible in spite of appearances,” wrote Agatha Christie ...

Cirque in Mexique

Fittingly enough, Cirque du Soleil is heading to sunny Mexico. The Montreal-based company is partnering with a resort ...

Let the gøød times røll

Back in 2012 these same Doctor’s Review pages told you that Denmark was the happiest country on earth, ...

Room to fly

If, like me, you’re a tall person who gripes about legroom on planes, TripAdvisor’s new search features might ...

7 hot spring escapes

Cuba, the Bahamas, Bermuda, Mexico, California and more....

Peter Doig's many canvases and countries

People and places engender impressions in the mind that time and memory alter. Unlike most of us, Peter ...

Bring Paris to you

Buying a souvenir from the City of Paris’ new, online store isn’t the same as buying one when ...

Unbanning the bottle

The European Union is taking the first step towards undoing the ban on carry-on liquids on airplanes. Beginning ...

Roomer has it

You book a non-refundable room, plans change, and you’re stuck with a hotel reservation you can’t use. In ...

UNESCO embraces tradition

The use of the Chinese abacus, the making of Turkish coffee, and the annual renewal of a rope ...

China comes to Vegas

Two of China’s national treasures are now in Vegas: kung fu and pandas. PANDA! made its world premiere ...