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British Columbia
Sailing trips aboard the Maple Leaf will visit native Haida villages in May. (Kevin Smith)
Striking
The 17th century Jesuit church of La Compañia, with its sword-wielding St. John, is a European-South American blend. (Deanna MacDonald)
Hollywood in Houston
A replica of a gilded chair found in an Egyptian tomb will be on display. This copy appeared in “The Ten Commandments.” (Tom DuBrock)
Mini mouse
A youngster in mouse helmet was among recent students at the ski school, where there is no shortage of enthusiasm. (Tamarack)
Soldiers can schuss for free
At Squaw Valley USA, active-duty military personnel can ski for free Sundays through Fridays through the end of the season. On Saturdays, they pay $39 at the Lake Tahoe resort, rather than $62. (530) 583-6985, www.squaw.com. (Squaw Valley)
Bayside
Reid Cerne and Meredith Kline chat in the newly opened 3-Thirty-3 restaurant in Newport Beach, a popular spot for singles. (Christine Cotter / LAT)
Hanging out in Zimbabwe
Hanging out in Zimbabwe
Samta Jain of Villa Park swings out over the Zambezi River on a trip through Zimbabwe. At the Victoria Falls attraction, jumpers pay $100, wrap the harness around their waist and legs, and plunge into the 225-foot-high gorge. (Mamta Jain)
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