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Compass Travel Tropical Swing There are top-tier golf courses all over the world, but let’s be honest: How much more fun is it to put your game to the test in one of the most luxurious tropical landscapes imaginable? That’s what you’ll find at the Four Seasons Hualalai in Hawaii, where their Jack Nicklaus Signature course sits against a backdrop of stunning blue Pacific waters. Painstakingly groomed fairways undulate over black lava fields and through a lush tropical oasis; FourSeasons.com. Green Wisdom It’s one of the key perks of any business trip or vacation: The chance to try out your swing on a new course. And with the MotoActv fitness tracker, keeping a close eye on your game wherever you end up playing just got a whole lot easier. With MotoActv’s Golf Software Package, you can get the inside scoop on over 20,000 courses worldwide, including GPS-tracked distances to greens and hazards. The program also keeps tabs on your score and stats; $150, Motorola.com. Lone Olive “The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.” — Saint Augustine 22 Breathing Easy Interesting Place Some of the ways airlines have been pinching pennies over recent years has us fuming, but just look at the numbers. In 1987, American Airlines removed a single olive from their in-flight salad…and saved $40,000. Tired of smog and stink? If you want a breath of truly fresh air, you’d best book yourself a ticket to Tasmania. The Australian province is said to have the world’s cleanest air. The worst city for breathing? Ahwaz, Iran. What the heck? A trip to Norway could have you stumbling across a peculiarly named town. The peaceful hamlet of Hell is located in a lovely corner of the Scandinavian nation, and boasts a whopping population of 1,418 people.