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A Drinking, Smoking, Womanizing Saint: San Simon aka Shaman Maximon

Ted Campbell describes the fascinating existing of a similar rebel saint named named San Simon also known as the Guatemalan Shaman Maximon who combines both Pagan and Christian elements.

The 70-year-old USS Iowa, which saw action in World War II and the Korean War, this month began welcoming visitors to its permanent berth in San Pedro. Aboard the ship, visitors can gain insight into the inner workings of the 887-foot battleship, which carries the biggest guns ever sent to sea on a U.S. ship. 360-degree virtual tour: Battleship Iowa

Graphic: Visiting the Iowa - Los Angeles Times

Decks of the battleship USS Iowa available for tour at San Pedro, California

Volunteer Building Houses for Mexican Families in San Miguel de Allende

Casita Linda is a volunteer organization founded by expatriates in San Miguel de Allende providing essential new homes for the poor, as described by Sandra Kennedy.

Volunteer Building Houses for Mexican Families in San Miguel de Allende

Casita Linda is a volunteer organization founded by expatriates in San Miguel de Allende providing essential new homes for the poor, as described by Sandra Kennedy.

Women in ceremonial dress in a funeral procession from Cultural Travel in Tana Toraja, Sulawesi, Indonesia

Tana Toraja, Sulawasi, Indonesia is a magical and mysterious land combining many different religions and a unique form of animism.

Festival on the Niger - Man Dancing

Festival on the Niger - Man Dancing

Portrait of Genghis Khan from from "The Spirit of Genghis Khan: The Stone Monoliths of Kanas, China"

An exploration of the origin and meaning of sacred stone monoliths in Northwestern China, from the era of the legendary historical figure Genghis Khan - shaman and military leader.

Guatemalan children. From "Vacationing or Volunteering in an Eco-Friendly Guatemalan Mountain Lodge."

A magical experience at an eco-friendly Guatemalan mountain lodge, where the community spirit, food, and volcano views are stunning, by Lies Ouwerkerk.

Drinking mate in Argentina near the river with friend from "Living Abroad in Córdoba, Argentina: La Vida Tranquila" (a Student Writing Contest Winner).

Córdoba, Argentina is a city full of great warmth and is a fine place to study with over students. Mary MacKenty describes the experience as a runner-up winner in the student travel writing contest.

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