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Physical meets mental at a yoga and mountain bike retreat in Mexico By Melanie Chambers “By the end of the week I will help align your chakras,” says our yoga instructor. Chakras? I think they’re something spiritual and healing – two reasons I’ve avoided yoga for so long.

From old-style Communist milk bars to van Gogh-inspired cafés, there's a traditional eatery to suit any taste MELANIE CHAMBERS Special to The Globe and Mail   WARSAW -- Ordering food at a Polish milk bar eatery in Warsaw, Poland is like stepping into a Seinfeld rerun -- the soup Nazi episode. I walk up to a cashier dressed in a green cafeteria uniform with a stern expression on her face. " Zupa Krupnik, prosze (pro-sha)," I say proudly (a vegetable soup that's easy to pronounce). "No soup," she quickly retorts. I step out of line and begin furiously flipping through my book.

Introduction From globeandmail.com, Wednesday, May 1, 2002 Haida draw on culture to attract tourists A northern B.C. first nation plans new cultural centres to share its carving, food and history - and boost its economy MELANIE CHAMBERS Special to The Globe and Mail SKIDEGATE, B.C. -- Last summer, on a remote island off the coast of B.C., six totem poles etched with wolves, bears and ravens were raised in front of a future cultural centre. The celebration in Skidegate attracted more than 2,500