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is burning j - ! ./rne god-
awful desert. And mosS: important,
bring gallons af k>s;-:ct repeOent...
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miliions so bt prepar -.'

ed of sha Happy travel


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1 1 ZHAO CHI: PORTRAIT OF A WINJA


. s In a cage match.
Ft.1.- a ' ;'-", Chi's ;eierHs s I-
'? 'V: '.' reclusive de5ipife flit- accloirn y w a r i i -
.... h o were ed him by the international rr^rtlf)!- ;
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ed a;: ~ - -- ' pursue such a com' -i
all of •-•.;, " dJ ' - '•• ":•••- ; ::;:
: . "Humble v-'ork is good foi the soul.'1
' " ' • " • • ' • ' • : ' - - •*' v..;aim Zhao Chi is currently ilvinQ jj
. . . . somewhere in : t • . --:has, , . ' In
;. . • .' . vy the 'Chi's recent victories at the :•'• '."- ., ';,:• ;. ' •' ;. ! ;:
. • Mlnj>? i " •- -^ •.— underprivileged youth of the City.
" ' '-: ./aa:ooe d - ! • . • " ' = rood's
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" klAOpii SHI
EUGENE ADOLPHOOS LOMAX III: A MAN OF WEALTH AND POWER
Born in Hew York City. While sal! maintaining
York City to • '.•"•:: ,
! ne and E.A. attended iarv - •. sating
.;- 9 ; later,., he
-• . • - -." • child-
1866, . ^. •'•'•' hood sweetheart. Tragically, she Umax's image of ca
Eugene ••ear-,, - - ' " his treatment of his d
• Adoiphous • her own admission, v
, • • >••:,-• Kate. ten" as a child.
from Vniddre- After :hc d^.-itb of his wife, E.A.
class obscori- - = '• • :• and the United States, E./
- ty to become one of the most power- ---. returned to the shore
„ . - : . ' . , - • • •."•'.'' ,r; •- tie land in the last 20 ye
world. By = ; the next instead to conduct hi
From an early -age, E.A. dis- ' , . ,-••:-;.-. :•••• abroad. Currently t
played '.' | : •/-'•apult- :;>,:•::-" '..'"• • • • ' Hong Kong, where ht
.":>.; • •••••;. ic •-, . - - the world • iul irly 50 mii- oversees the conduct
tionai busir ;ne, £16 he i iion id;" •". year, tomax's ny's highly profitable
i. •;•":' • • . . ' . ' ' • " ...T - - -,m i ; ots dur- - ping business.
pany in ; • ! - - over, io just - : •- •;-'•:-."-. •'.-: •• '-
five years. E.A. turned the company ; {M@:eO|Tipe1itbEs;E:.A. couldn't buy
"UO 0! ;' > :
,'»•' U.'P • • , " " ( ' • " ' ". ' ' -- • ..;•-•;' "'

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he ancient tower-- tad • of the huge


-j JOSEY DEAR'S BEST BETS

T
-;; -c- - ' .
fortress at ;••••;, CHENGDG
Chengdu •
If you happen to be ..; • : - ' '•'-.-''.' PLACES TO GO
such ~'. . . ' :'°.;-:sriy THE GREAT ROOM INSIDE THE
passing through the
• ;• • • • •. • . • • • • ' • •."• :;-',•> t; >;-• CHENGDU FORTRESS. LI DENG HAS
plains of centra! China, AMASSED A PRICELESS COLLECTION
:'•;',-.•' ;'•: ,', '.'..A:'
this struct ire is a must-see. Dating OF ART. TOURS ARE GIVEN
; - >
back ov€r RARELY, THOUGH.
: • : )v ides a
fortress W
tax-collec
•:;•<;,:;•- . '.;..--.
PEOPLE TO MEET
first-hev d ..-ngqi PICK A PEASANT, ANY PEASANT.
of Timojin THE IDYLLIC LIFESTYLE GIVES BIRTH
: --.
Genghis TO GRACE AND POETRY IN THE
" ; '.p • • , -• - -, ' •' -
feudal out CHENGDU PEOPLE. BRING AN
- ..,-;; • , - :• :;";..
local pref INTERPRETER-THEY DON'T SPEAK
•'-it/- "-••:• ,. • ENGLISH.
on the sil
Oriental art and - j M fe| are
The w
worth taking a took ai if you get the • -, THINGS TO DO
SKINNY-DIP IN THE CHENGDU RIVER
(MAKES FOR GOOD SIGHTSEEING).

OVERALL RATING
**
I •• • • I /• c? /'-ars, . ;
. • ' i,
" '• • - ' .:iaf.' • ; _.-
! :
- " | . nHng ' ... . . •
- .• ; • •;'; y>
!
race - ' - - • coro- • • ,on!" She left
• • j totals • i of 1918, and
i\ rtluuiod 'p Hoa=4 Kong,
; Corjcei -'ork. ' ':-:-;-|bm.. - -- y,
j = ' ':.(/\ '••'.;'$lis$ ; :• sen the • . '
: ;
,.. or .... studying iiur^ihg(-muc^' to the
• - • ' j , ---'sax was - • •• •. : - • > ' ' • : ' " . :,

..>ai$$i w> • • , , void . • • * • - ' .e to' ; " ' fe L«tiax was hoping
_.•'.:•*'>' . . - • • . m --ver, her's isn't- • • • ' '• . '' • :• : * en his •;
a story <•;' ^'s one • ' " 'lit Of • ••' '• - • •' tar " •:-,'
• • = • - •; that ev;ery:yee; -:- oth'er,'. •
i • •.'; ra, v . ••-,: • • :.\ ' . . '.--•' : ;:
• - - •;: • . • / . " ;: ;
; .-' ,;/Jorf ','
Boir - t " - -"-few - one: in 1 * . , : i one iri 1
-
; -Year's Eve; 1-89" i as was, : Nice, France, .' ' ••' • .V : ; . x , .:::;
;:
. <:.',.
• fcjy'her c-.' •• i ,• iofien, \-;'^-Mis-. , - ; '"-vd;- , ; • * •;:'-'.• • • ri'-c
early or • • , . - • ' Her mother " " ' '^^i ., and not 'income o dumeslic
':;*•."' . . ;• • feil • : .ife.

HOTEL PASHA
The Hotel Pasha, with 140 beds, bathrooms
and private apartments is located in the
center of Pera near the embassies, gardens
and theaters.
s

The hold is open year round and frequented


by the best society and numerous travelers
from afar. It contains drawing rooms, dining
rooms and restaurants.
tertaimnenl,
imming and
i easy reach
KATMANDU
-';.•-.- . : '- -v .;, .:

[I ./; : -j i^iifl] i whistle. the best place to go in


JOSEY DEAR'S BEST BETS
;
KATMANDU
• •; : ! em. Do: : .Vsya's is
aiso the on5 PLACES TO GO
Situated amid the' • " V P^ce to go for food
: THE LOCAL JUNKYARD (ONE MAN'S
- '"' ' •-. . -. - • ••i'jns -•/ >^ ; : , - • . : : . • . - ' JUNK IS ANOTHER MAN'S TREASURE.
... v'". c » ;••,-.. / , • ~ ; (.-;;-; d : .i -"• e I FOUND A PORCELAIN VASE FROM
du often strikes first-time • locals are a bit wary of tourists and THE MING DYNASTY). RON BY A COTE
a mere campsite. In this ^eeP t( s
' • ' "-• % festive BOY NAMED KUBLA.
ppearances ARE .-dined. See what
•• •. you can do to k :ep I / sf ;.ts How- PEOPLE TO MEET
AMA. AREALCHARACT
in
size, Katmandu, S- WON'T PULL ANY PUNCHES DU i
ement for those Two c>!>^' quick nqiew. If you PULL EARS. DEEP DOWN A REAL
ke their way happen upon a feisty old woman DARLING. MAKES GREAT SOOP AND
de up and over a drag;.- - hi car,, this is DISTILLS HER'OWN TUMBA.
ass. Hike to the Ama. If you have the time, introduce
yourself. She's a ieai kick-in-the- " THINGS TO DO
YAK CHIP TOSSINO. EACH WEEK A
pants. But be careful what you say COMPETITION IS HELD. STAKES RUN
test you, too, suffer the indignity oif HIGH. CHIP TIP: THE BEST CHIP IS A
being dragged around by the ear. , MOIST CHIP.
^or th°se visitors who must make
contact with someone in the outside OVERALL RATING
world, a telegraph office stands on
the north end of the street, west side.

SPECIAL ADViSORY FOR


Although w • • :;
ior fuel speculation tha
motivating-factor. Act
v'K; ;:nue:V,.;) ;
s reporter Dexter "The D
i flew to Geneva, S^it?^
~
city's,trash bins. Whr- r ,
VERY-interesting/S\v;-
- : • • . . - . . .;,'.'

. .
i omKatm
.:
. . .
"--';- ; \i -'•: •:•' :..•.
documentij>c> Sojon's .
who recent- - ••
ly visited . -•- -- •> >-ik c@!i-.'
SOJON
Katmandu . . ... :. 7t - ' .'..;-:;-

. • ; . ' ; - - • - ' • • •' . ; show, (iTicl<, Tick, Tic^


ing men,-; than accidentiy entering' 1 "- y,r& ;iPf"
: i ri's office., ' ' = ' - ' ;•' ''..;. •• •,;,"
abob A ! 1

N
JOSEY DEAR'S BEST BETS
%b;;>
;)ry< s ISTANBUL
PLACES TO GO
THE BRITISH OFFICER'S CLUB. A
• • i-. -i-v. • : • .! GOOD PLACE TO TOSS DOWN A FEW
of Istanb; - H > . a viamJ ca ITS WITH THE BOYS. NO LADI
PLEASE.
power at the age of 20 after- his
father dk.,; i - ,9 accide PEOPLE TO MEET
1923. His. family has ruled, in ALMIRA. THE ONLY LIVING PLANT-
'-:. - •: ' • '. '••-. /• -' ' •. '-." SENDENTALIST IN ISTANBCIL. SHE
.•*->. • - / -' HAS INSIGHTS YOU WON'T HEAR
ANYWHERE ELSE (AND PROBABLY
" dans,, ONTWANTTO).
1 -.. .. ! -,jrt iifes- •
,-the.Hanw - • . " a long w THINGS TO DO
from the - > .. • and'huts PLAY MOHMAR'S SHELL GAME IN
their aiK'- - . . '-abab's DOWNTOWN ISTANBUL. ONE WORD
; i ekte; sive and OF CAUTION THOUGH: MOHMAR HAS
BEEN KNOWN TO SHIFT THE ODDS IN
- luxurious ? i /-I;- 'jpr3w<:"-
over sevc-v,! i i i|j edge . -
• OVERALL RATING
. . •• • i s of :;;r. • * **

istar. i i -qhout tips on wh<-s • • • r3 good ',,,'••.•,- • - ' -\ ;


"
animal, ' ;" -r - ' .•'.."!'•'•': : ; o!ri Y ; : ., •• - • ' .- .; .; ./•. ;
' . '.' ; - = ' , : fuO of burrs/; -
, . • • • • . • • - ; :en.>. "rhe teeth, if tlv - s not have i* you foliow these tips you should
. .- : • ' d sign. : -, •••:- •:- i r; :,-.< '• <.'i •-••••-
camei is S^met^ing er'e to watch out fy is •. . • -t ioo much dif-
:
of the or. • . * • ••.- ?peci-: the cam«}'s feet. 'Make sure there ficulty, dii'houyh you will probably
men can carry i j i rounds, are no ope" - ; -is in any of .• !\'i it
travel, I::- / • - , ,- :. ., '-. up to b them, Th?-1 •••-.* - . ~:] :sck out is
days in ths- i :••& w|ter, , ; the camel's 'oilerai! ;
Car?,? i - ; :y a,- ; - i "xe.-'ffth,e-":
crusty ) - - " ijtfA . "oachea camets-^atls,' : " : '.',-,
with caution, if at ail. £\ -' " •' , i ->d silky;':
.", s them arid smelis.fresh and
'.. .-.-:-,!.;-..- clean, yoi.;-
' some se > • , , ; of this : ;
, i i / gp to an -fiiclous; Ch: i i
• . •: , - , , , • : --r, are, this camei Has
tested I*-- . ' | j scarsi-.;,- been parnp^d att^ ?
, '; will not be afete to
If you find yourself freed with the take the heat -of the
.'.., - desert, A good,'' • -
with a ca ' : : some •hardy eam6'!:wil!::-.' ' :
THE SIGNIFICANCE OF TQRKISH HEA!
",;' > - . • ' . • • ' ' ^

people heve pub |*f$ \ -/d their


• •; ,- ' .••• -= Lhn
,':.••••••-'.; ' - -h.'SH
simply a choice . ihje is a
• .. ' . / : .'.••;.:.,';" '.-:
early (|H - I iafi *s wore
- ;
• " > .' ' .:...
. -• -
in 145J ;• I Crated.
'• -'
; ,;• ;-..'•• , - • - . . .:.'••"•
"right of conquest,"
In !!;•; - I •. -';
• - •• . .- •
•• .
b'inr • - ,; • • ... .. ""
" .- •- •••"•2, The fez, in -
•= '-:•-, .':.-•--' .:: • '• • :• _•
;,-:; .•;." ; ' ;'
', • ' .'•;••',•
,,•-'•; • • . " • • - • • TCIEBAN

UKltNl tArRtjj
"• • • ifis culsjj ' available anywhere
the in the worid. • - JOSEY DEAR'S BEST BETS
Orient Express Curious about where you are?
: $oll over and look through your
ORIENT EXPRESS
• viewing window as landscapes rush PLACES TO GO
THE CABOOSE. QO OUTSIDE, STAND
[•-"rom Istanbul to Pan; On THE ORATING, SEE THE RAILS, THE

LAND, SEE TIME RUSH OFF IN THE
DISTANCE. SdRREAL, ROMANTIC.
PEOPLE TO MEET
ANY PERSON WEARING A TRENCH
Suddenly the train enters a tun- COAT AND A FEDORA. MANY A SPY
neL Sparks fly past the window. RIDES THE ORIENT EXPRESS. PERHAPS
YOfl WILL MEET ONE AND BECOME
1 he clanging of metal rises from the ENTWINED IN INTRIGUE.
tracks and courses through your
veins. Your senses are once again THINGS TO DO
on full alert, You know what to do THERE'S NOT MUCH VARIETY IN
next!. AVAILABLE ACTIVITIES. BUT THERE IS
YOUR SLEEPER COMPARTMENT. SEE
WHAT KIND OF VARIETY YOU CAN
COME UP WITH.
OVERALL RATING
porter, and he wi'i bring vou some of
•-•;'". ~ . "•'• : vrA. • ."x> sweetly-are •; ;:$ftp if^Mlgii § In :. iic) ; ae
:
':.••.•••:•'. - • ' . . ': ; . - . ' ' • '. ••'- - • ' ' - ' ; . - / - : i ) -• -,-- pi !•- si . \Delves
is doubifui any sane traveler would - , , , - -,- in af;erf ol ?t iktk; bu iongpr lUiXi!; fan
ever think about going up there!- Oh, yes, the food,,, it's truiy the Oners'; - - •
unfor§',:ttoi.i!«; "K'ea.;y! The-menu .: '•;•• ,' c './- ; •' '
iveler . • day to the next, :<jiff aftd explore Sofia or Belgrade or,
I here.' reflecting the very teyi. j i •- @i !"ne:.;ie or Venice or ••'••
oozes ' onecois:;: / ti hi set. Near [ ji'.iispni'u1:. Bi'oanon your ho'h;c^''5^
rafted istarthu; --neon a spicy . ';;-:^fOi^^y kr - >:- ':nent/ ':
iy vei- ;... , '.-•••'.'•; Express-wli: ; Hare,tie
t once Naoavj red-w.. s - "• - top pslai ' - ;.:' -- ' - -v
licks -, .', •' ' • ...;."
and a drink of ouzo. Then, as your
siorrui' & SIE @ < . Ish. cof-
fee... stmng. f l a v o r f u l , clean, -

PARIS
> .:>;;. ^V:, ;r '•'".-" • '•• "- -'-..-:,.. \c

P
visitors ire;" the four corners of the
'• - . JOSEY DEAR'S BEST BETS
world... the rich, the beautiful, the
,: .:. Little wonder PARIS
why Paris hd.-: raised "people watch-
Ing" to a form of art. PLACES TO GO
Paris; is to the eyes what' ;
. .• ' v • " -...-•• THE TRAIN STATIONS. THEY'RE
Rome is to the stomach. Sensory ' :. • • " - ' • ' - "• : ' .''On EXTRAORDINARY WORKS OF
overload: Everyone tews si - ARCHITECTURE. AND THEY'RE THE
the ClhaiTsps -E'ysees. Fc-:' the avant
ESCAPE ROUTE WHEN YOU'VE HAD IT
-sights of-Paris... Versailles, the . ., WITH PARISIAN HAUTINESS!
Louvre, Notre Dame, the Eiffel ;•;.:, . - :.< :. :.
Tower, the Arc de Triumph, to name - Just amble a . ie - ievards PEOPLE TO MEET
just a few, • , . . . ' ^; PIERRE LE FEMBLEU. CHARMING,
Just say the wdrd'"Paris," and in the sol.1"-- '• '• - •;* a cafe
THE PERSONIFICATION OF GAY PAREE!
the mind's eye a vivid picture is,con- . •... • •; ;;,., "x-
jured, even for the misbegotten soul seen."
whose eyes have never beheid the
THINGS TO DO
Though OOT recon^nendc'd for the . TOSSING PA
novice •(•••• \ ' . -.-;, it fe'alsopos- TOP OF THE El,, „. ,„„..„. ,„,„„„„,„
sible-tc"' - - , , : -g, sip- WILL SNEER, BUT DO YOU CARE?
ping and '"seeing." A ceUain high-
OVERALL RATING
brow, penr-ive air ic rGquired. Many
a p u l l e d ; - ; - .-•-:" • • ' • ' • ' . . ' w h i l e
attempt;; . : - -•!imque'.'-
. Specia- nolk.e i:s <;:v->;n fo Harry's
I STRATEGIES FOR DINING IN PARIS 1
1 French food. ..at times savory, at times squeeze and beckon, "Gargon, gargon!" "•
I succulent, at times scrumptious, at all times This means "boy." In almost every case, the
| a stupendous pain in the derriere to get, If waiter will promptly rush to your table out of
y and when you muster the courage to enter a embarrassment because everyone in the •
1 Paris restaurant and encounter those ven- restaurant will realize who is being scolded.
. nous creatures lying in wait(er), be sure to
i bring the following kit of strategies. 3. Be seen and be heard. This is your
fail-safe mechanism in the event that service

I 1. Don't be seen and don't be heard.
1 This should be your first approach to
| Parisian dining. Act like an apparition with a
despite adherence to the aforementioned
strategies, remains shoddy. Wave your
arms frantically at the waiter. Jump up and
1
I bad case of laryngitis. If the waiter thinks down in your seat. For perspective, pretend
1 YOU are ignoring HIM, he will become infuri- that you're a second-grader seeking permis- -
1 ated and trip over himself trying to regain his sion to bid a hasty exit to the bathroom. At
| audience. Do not speak. Just point. If he the same time, initiate verbal blasts.
| hears even the hint of English, you may as Presume that for every incremental increase
1 well forget about eating for the next four in the pitch and volume of your speech, the
1 hours. waiter gains greater comprehension of
3 English. .V

I 2. Don't be seen but be heard. This is Personally, 1 rather enjoy skipping right
1 a slight modification of the first approach to to strategy number three and starting a cho-
is chocolate b< 1 be employed when other patrons are equally rus of "99 Bottles of Beer on the Wall," which
| well prepared. Simply use your index finger always seems to do the trick. Find what
, rnmm! s 1 and thumb to create a vise for your nose, works best for you and bon appetit!

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