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My friend Novelia tells me that the tourists are finally coming back to Abruzzo. It’s been a…Continue
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International Tourism Month and Tourism Security & Safety
The city of Las Vegas will hold its 19th conference on tourism security and safety during the month of May. The choice of this month is not an accident as May is the international month for tourism, and the first rule of good hospitality is taking care of our guests. All too often tourism professionals see themselves as marketers rather than…Continue
Added by Peter Tarlow on May 1, 2012 at 9:10am — No Comments
One of my very favorite things to do in Budapest when I spent some time there a few years ago was to spend a nice, soothing afternoon at a wonderful old fürdő (bath house). In the day and age of the elaborate luxury…
On our way to Central America, we arrived today in Mexico City, specifically the southern neighborhood of Coyoacán, which was once its own town. We’d been hoping to visit this very picturesque area of the city, as it’s the place where artist Frida…
Just like Maasai Mara game reserve, Lake Nakuru national park also receives a big number of tourists most of whom happen to be lovers of bird watching safaris. Covering an area of about 188 square kilometers, Lake Nakuru forms one of the most famous Rift valley lakes. It is known worldwide for its abundance of flamingos and other over 400 different species of…Continue
Added by Adventure Panorama Tours on April 29, 2012 at 3:41pm — No Comments
If you have never been to Malaga and are wondering what all the hype is about then I can say only one thing; go! This tourist haven in southern Spain is a destination that has a little something of everything for everyone!
Still not convinced, well here is a roundup of Malaga’s best…Continue
Flight attendants are not inherently anti-romantic or anti-social, they’re just brainwashed when it comes to using cell phones in the air.
“Please switch off all mobile phones as they can interfere with the aircraft’s rafts navigation system,” is the flight attendant’s…
Added by Kaleel Sakakeeny on April 27, 2012 at 9:14am — No Comments
Even a million miles of travels start with just a single step, then another and another...until you can count no more of your safari steps. At the end of the travel, whichever type it was, be it an expedition to visit Africa to enjoy its adventures, or a short errand within your locality, one step is as important as the other. The best reference is from the Luo community in western Kenya,…Continue
by Andy Jarosz
Two men meet in Coppelia, the famous Havana ice-cream parlor. One straight and one gay, the plot follows them as their friendship deepens and things get a…
Just the word Jordan captivates the mind and soul. An open and welcoming nation allowing the traveler to experience both culture and adventure, combined with the vibrant capital of Amman. No matter what your passion is, you will find it in the Kingdom of Jordan. Afwan! A warm welcome to Jordan.
The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan,…Continue
For the first time ever today I decided to give American Airlines a chance. I have never flown AA and have been OVERLY loyal to Delta. I have always flown Delta and their partners and have had status with Old Northwest Airlines and Delta for the last 6 years (Since I was 19) and fly on average of 75,000 miles+ a year. However a good friend of mind is AA Executive Platinum and ensured me I would enjoy AA if I flew business class and was Executive Platinum. So I took his word…Continue
We all love to travel; it’s an innate part of being human, getting out there and exploring the world around us. We hold within us the desire to explore our surroundings from a very young age, perhaps even starting from the first time we learn to comprehend what is around us as a baby, wandering into places we shouldn’t purely because we want to see what’s there. It is a desire that never quite leaves us, even when we grow and mature over the years, it’s just always there: that yearning, the…Continue
Added by Olivia Emily on April 24, 2012 at 4:30pm — No Comments
The word “Kenya voluntourism” means a responsible tour or safari that is either preceded or succeeded by charity work in Kenya. As the days of our lives on earth go on rolling like grits of sand through the hour glass, our comprehension and appreciation of the fabulous nature surrounding us keeps on getting more and more intimate.
This is an inevitable and a natural fact and we have to call a spade a spade,…Continue
Added by Adventure Panorama Tours on April 24, 2012 at 2:09pm — No Comments
The Garhwal Himalayas are known as an 'abode of the God'. Besides being the source of India's holiest rivers, the Garhwal has beautiful variations in landscape like deep gorges, hanging valleys, sparkling streams, water cascades and lush green meadows. Garhwal trekking is very popular as there are many treks of varying difficulty that are ideal for beginners and for veterans.
Daddy of all the treks in…Continue
Added by Tour My India on April 24, 2012 at 10:54am — No Comments
No, this doesn’t come from us, but from someone who Tweeted about a new travel-dating site called, Misstravel.com
It’s pretty much a travel dating site...with plenty of innuendo.
The explanatory video asks are you attractive, love to travel, but…
Some may call it the restaurant capital of Buenos Aires, but Palermo Hollywood is a barrio with its own distinctive flavour. In the mid-nineties a number of TV and radio producers set up shop in the area of Palermo Viejo between Córdoba, Santa Fe, Dorrego, and Juan B. Justo Avenues.…Continue
Added by Roy Heale on April 23, 2012 at 10:09am — No Comments
I love birds. I really enjoy tracking birds especially during my private Tanzania camping holidays or as I enjoy my budget Kenya Safari trips. Birds are beautiful creatures with a very simple life. Their lifestyle is simple and adorable. Most of their life is spent looking for food and composing wonderful melodious songs that…Continue
I’d been on assignment at the Four Seasons Costa Rica when I headed south to take advantage of the prize I’d won at an Allianz-sponsored Tripatini event in NYC: a week of intensive Spanish classes at the Samara Language School (Instituto de Idiomas Intercultural) on the beach in Playa Samara. I’d forgotten much of the semester’s Spanish I’d taken in college, and I was looking forward to a quick refresher course. Unfortunately, I couldn’t get there in time for the first class, and I was…Continue
The Char dham (four abodes) refer to the most important Hindu pilgrimage sites which are located in the Garhwal Himalayas. These four sites are visited by thousands of devotees seeking the blessings of the Gods particularly between the months of April to November. Although each site has its own story and significance in mythology, it is believed that every Hindu must make at least one Chardham yatra in his lifetime. Many…Continue
Added by Tour My India on April 21, 2012 at 11:30am — No Comments