for the Week of October 12, 2001
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Sleep in a Wigwam! by Naomi Lewin
Let's face it, fewer people are flying. And when it comes to travel abroad, many of us are postponing those trips. A lot of people are evidently buzzing around the backroads of America this fall, in search of a quiet few days of escape. Our reporter Naomi Lewin headed down to the bluegrass of Kentucky where she discovered a quirky old motel you could only find in America.
Bob Duskis - Music is Travel
Diana talks to our old friend Bob Duskis about some wonderful new CD's of music from the Arab world.
Getting Away From it All in Las Vegas by Diana Nyad
Diana's recent trip to Sin City proves that you can't leave reality behind, even in Vegas. We'll meet two experts who'll tell us about the real economic situation in Vegas, and whether or not new airport security measures will really work.
The Love Market by Jeff Tyler
Jeff Tyler visits a marketplace in Vietnam where young Hmongs find romance.
Postcard - America by Jim Benning
Jim Benning gives us a perspective of the United States from a Muslim in Asia.
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