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I consciously take a deep breath, trying to find my inner rhythm as my body flows through the motion of each instructed pose. My leg is in the air while my hands and other foot remain planted into my mat, trying to perfect the one-legged downward facing dog, or Eka Pada Adho Mukha Svanasana.
Thereâ€™s a ride for every level of cyclist at the Belvedere Bike Hotel in Riccione, Italy.
Italy's Belvedere Bike Hotel rolls true for every cyclist
By Deanna Regan Photography courtesy Hotel Belvedere in Riccione
No longer content to sit on a beach, with lethargy and sand sticking to my thighs, I dreamed of accomplishing something on a vacation. Not that I donâ€™t like the idea of sitting on a beach, the fact is, I only like it for an hour. Then I need to move.
A boat grounded by the 2004 tsunami sits 2K inland from the Thailand coast.
Bike trek Discovery reveals signs of tragedy and hope
By BJ Oudman Photography by BJ Oudman and Tourism Authority of Thailand, painting by Jakrapong Thongsongsom
The brightness of the white canvas caught my eye as I wheeled around the corner on my bike, trying to keep up with our cycling leader, Pit, as we toured through the narrow roads of the tiny village of Bang Nai Si on Thailandâ€™s west coast.
TAIPEI 101 held the record for the tallest building in the world from 2004 to 2010.
Asian Economic Powerhouse Making its Mark on Fitness World
By Chris Welner, Photography by Chris Welner and Kenji Sugata
Itâ€™s Friday after school and the gym at Hong Doa Junior High in Taipei is filled with students in yellow and blue gym strip, skipping ropes in a ballet of precision and aerobic endurance. They have been waiting for a guest from Canada to demonstrate a routine they will perform at the upcoming city championship.
By Louise Hodgson-Jones Photography by Bob Young, Destination B.C. and Tourism Squamish
The New York Times named Squamish as one of the top 52 Places to Go in 2015. Indeed, this once small railway and logging town has come a long way. The self-styled Outdoor Recreation Capital of Canada â€“ just an hour from Vancouver â€“ offers an abundance of activities for adventure junkies everywhere, as IMPACT got to discover on a recent promotional weekend hosted by Chevrolet.
BY IAN MacNAIRN PHOTOGRAPHY AND CARTOGRAPHY BY IAN MacNAIRN, GEORGE KOROUNIS, SIMON DONATO AND JIM MANDELLI
They call the Tsingy de Bemaraha forest the land where one cannot walk barefoot, a landscape of limestone spires and dry tropical forest in western Madagascar. Bekopaka, in the south, is a tourist hub. The northern portion of the forest remains wholly untamed and unexplored â€” a wild mystery on the map.