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  • Baja Sur's colorful sights

    Some roads are worth driving solely for the sake of driving them. Pacific Coast Highway, for one, lures road warriors to cruise its curves, braving skinny lanes painted along cliffs for glimpses of the Pacific Ocean. Though less treacherous, what...
  • 3 shark attacks have Mexico resort area in panic

    ZIHUATANEJO, Mexico (AP) -- No one could even remember a shark attack along this resort-studded stretch of Mexican coast popular with surfers and Hollywood's elite. Many of the large predators had been pulled from the ocean by fishermen. So when sharks...
  • Paris show takes a bold look to the future

    Paris show takes a bold look to the future
    THIS SEASON'S sartorial tale of two cities may have started with slump-chested pessimism in Milan, where the answer to the sorry state of the world was to throw in the towel, stay home from the office and protest in your pj's. But it ended in Paris last...
  • Surf, turf and Old Man Winter at San Elijo State Beach

    Cardiff-by-the Sea, Calif. As Southern Californians, we have long been able to thumb our noses at the changing seasons (what changing seasons?) as one 70-degree day blends into the next. (OK, maybe it hits 110 in Woodland Hills every once in a while.)...
  • Todos Santos: All you want — and less — in a Baja getaway

    Todos Santos: All you want — and less — in a Baja getaway
    Once upon a time, say about 1972, Cabo San Lucas was a sleepy little fishing town at the southern tip of Baja California. Then came the paved highway, the international airport, the marina, the golf courses, the raucous bars and well-heeled retreats. At...
  • The Royal Hawaiian rethinks (and re-pinks) its future

    The Pink Palace of the Pacific isn't quite as pink anymore. The signature coral pink facade of the Royal Hawaiian hotel -- as much a part of Waikiki as Diamond Head and beach boys -- hasn't been tinkered with, but a multimillion-dollar renovation has...
  • Drop In, Tune Out

    Drop In, Tune Out
    We're like kids on Christmas. Up before dawn, too excited to sleep, we tear into the huge canvas bags that have carried our flotilla of surfboards to the other side of the world. In the darkness, we rip off the bubble wrap and toss aside the beach towels...
  • The liquid bullring

    A lanky cowboy out of the Dakota Badlands, one quarter Lakota Sioux, Hoddy Younger first rode the place in 1937 and never left. It was that kind of wave. He dubbed the spot Tijuana Straits and so it would be known, though principally among those...
  • Surfers catch monster waves off California

    Just after dawn Friday, a veteran group of surfers put on their wetsuits, jumped in the cold ocean and set out to ride some of the Earth's largest waves--more than 100 miles off the Southern California shore. Long known to abalone divers and commercial...
  • Big-wave contest spawns 'risk-technician' courses

    Most surfers say that what makes their sport special is its simplicity. They grab their boards, paddle out and become one with nature as they ride the swells. But for some, surfing no longer is simple. It has come to involve customized, heavier and much...
  • In search of the shock waves

    Mike Parsons stepped out of the sun to answer the phone. "What are you doing at Tavarua?" a caller asked. It was a silly question. Parsons was doing what everyone does at the remote Fiji island. "I'm just surfing and having a blast," he answered,...