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Summertime…perfect for luxuriating with some real iced tea! But before you reach for that canister of powder loaded with sugar or grab a supersize cup from a conglomerate chain outlet, I would like to make a recommendation…Kusmi…teas that I found to be extraordinarily fresh and flavorful. I tried out Kusmi’s selection of 12…Continue
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Small yet beautiful, Kerala is a wondrous land in India. Best known for its exotic backwaters, appealing hill stations, arousing beaches, spiritual temples, etc, it is truly blessed with all natural splendors. Being one of the most enchanting tourist destinations of south India, it presents a feast for people of all ages. The best way in which a tourist can explore this stupefying place is by opting Kerala Tours. It will take you to the most captivating destinations of this…Continue
In and around Costa Rica’s Playa Santa Teresa, it’s all about the adventure.
To start with, it’s an adventure…
Added by Andres on August 31, 2012 at 9:44am — No Comments
Goa, the tropical paradise, is an internationally eminent India holidays destination that incorporates almost all of the enthralling natural wonders and beautifies the holidays of its esteemed visitors. With enchantingly beautiful geographical setting Goa has been sanctified with amazing natural marvels. Goa’s striking terrain is drenched in divine natural beauty which makes it the most alluring state of India and also the…Continue
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You’ve got a good deal and now are dreaming about an interesting trip with beautiful cabin, delicious food, friendly staff waiting for you in Halong Bay, Vietnam. You’ll be relaxing on the sundeck while the boat cruises…
Added by Indochina Sails on August 30, 2012 at 11:13pm — No Comments
The Caribbean Coast of Costa Rica counts many superb sights and attractions. You have the canals and sea turtle nesting beaches of the…Continue
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For many, Labor Day Weekend is an opportunity to take advantage of great shopping discounts. Bargain hunters looking for a deal in downtown Galveston are in luck! A number of attractions and shops will be offering generous discounts for the holiday weekend.
Visitors can find out about downtown bargains by visiting the Galveston Chamber of Commerce at the corner of 23rd Street and Mechanic. The chamber will be open to visitors on Labor Day from Noon to 5 p.m. to help lead…Continue
Added by Sarah Harano on August 30, 2012 at 4:21pm — No Comments
I recently went on my first-ever transatlantic cruise. I've been to Europe more than a handfull of times but I'd always flown there in the past. I learned something about myself on this trip: cruising is much more my style. We were on a Norwegian Cruise Line ship and it was a remarkable way to kick off our …Continue
Added by Carol Atkins on August 30, 2012 at 3:00pm — No Comments
Balboa Park is one of San Diego's largest and most historic vacation destinations. While touring California, this place just can’t be overlooked, so make sure that you stop over and take a scenic view that will give a revitalized feel to you. The total area of this mammoth park is 1,200 acres and it is an urban cultural park named after Vasco Nuñez de Balboa, who was a Spanish maritime explorer.…Continue
As I get on the plane from Manila to Boracay, the Philippines’ paradise tourist resort, the bad weather seems to haunt me. I’ve rented a room there already, if nothing else so at least a way of getting away from the hawkers at the airport. Not much of an airport, by the way: A short cement strip along the ocean, mountains on one side, sea on the other. The lads unload our luggage straight on the tarmac and bring them into a small terminal…Continue
Added by Traveling Erik on August 30, 2012 at 9:42am — No Comments
Casa Angelina's timeless elegance of style and service combines with cosseting accommodation, gourmet cuisine, restorative wellness therapies and an unsurpassed location, delicately perched above the azure tranquillity of the Mediterranean. Choose from one of our 39 exquisite and luxurious rooms and suites,…Continue
Added by Honeymoon Islands on August 30, 2012 at 8:57am — No Comments
Taj Mahal, the symbol of eternal love, is an architectural marvel. It is a precious gift to the monumental legacy of the world built in the 17th century. The glorifying history of Taj Mahal’s construction is truly surprising.
Built – 17th century
Location – Agra, Uttar Pradesh
Architecture – Persian, Islamic and India style of architecture
Significance - One of the Seven Wonders of the…
Added by Lonely Planet on August 30, 2012 at 5:54am — No Comments
Prized for its unbothered natural beauty, gracious hospitality and secluded worlds-away appeal, Little St. Simons Island is a private barrier island just off the Georgia coast. The natural world presides here across 10,000 intrusion-free acres of maritime forests and marshlands, enjoyed by no more than 32 overnight guests at a time. Seven miles of shell-strewn beaches and energizing outdoor activities beckon guests to explore and discover. Accessible only by boat, this extraordinary natural…Continue
Added by Nicholas Kontis on August 30, 2012 at 12:00am — No Comments
We hope so.
When New Media Travel spoke to the owners of 40 Putney Road, a Brattelboro, Vermont, B&B, we were curious about how this new brand of innkeepers was…
There are a lot of “Best Travel Movie” lists out there on the web. And there are a lot of epic travel movies to love. So, I wrote an in-depth list (just published on World on a Fork) outlining some (55 and counting) favorites from a lifetime of love film meets love travel. And because Tripatini-ers are experts as well - I would love your feedback! Drop me a comment there or here, and I'll incorporate your suggestion…Continue
Added by Stefanie Payne on August 29, 2012 at 11:26am — No Comments
Riggies are a local culinary treat in the Rome, New York area. Rome is located in Oneida County in the heart of New York State where vacationers have been enjoying themselves for more than 100 years. The Savoy is a local favorite but many patrons travel out of their way to savored riggies at the Savoy…Continue
Added by Sandra & John Scott on August 29, 2012 at 10:48am — No Comments
If you have ever seen a classical Chinese painting, it is likely that you have seen a depiction of Mount Huangshan. Made famous by the many poets and painters who favored it above all other mountains, Huangshan is a mystical experience even today.
Visitors to Huangshan can choose between a backbreaking climb up thousands of stairs or a quick cable car to the summit. In total, Huangshan has nearly 60,000 steps carved into the side of the mountain. Some of these steps are more than…Continue
Added by The China Guide on August 29, 2012 at 10:00am — No Comments
As the plane is landing at Chinggis Khan International Airport in Ulaan Bator, I look down at the dirt tracks swirling through the pastures surrounding the runway. They look something like a beginner’s guide to chaos theory, the likely paths and the harder ones, converging and re-converging according to some logic…
Added by Earl Hardie Karges on August 29, 2012 at 9:33am — No Comments
Geographically, Rajasthan comprises of two distinct regions divided by the Aravalli range running northeast to southwest, emerging from Delhi. Marwar, Jaisalmer and Bikaner are situated in the western parts which are marked by aridity of shifting sand hills, the major portion of the Thar Desert. The other side of the Aravalli range is blessed with dense forests and fertile…Continue
Added by India Tours on August 28, 2012 at 11:23am — No Comments
Did you know that kids have an actual right to play?
Article 31 of the International Convention on the Rights of the Child states that “… the right of the child to rest and leisure, to engage in play and recreational activities appropriate to the age of the child and to participate freely in…Continue
Added by Andres on August 28, 2012 at 11:22am — No Comments