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From creamy Vietnamese egg coffee to a cinnamony Mexican brew—try these quick recipes for your next morning caffeine fix.
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Snorkelling in a coral-punctuated sea, teppanyaki-style feasts and photographing Komodo dragons—amenities and excursions are galore at AYANA Komodo Resort, Waecicu Beach.
Indonesia's island of ‘dragons’ can be visited for $1,000.