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TripAdvisor Plot Thickens: Second Charges Filed
The review giant seems reeling these days with legal and PR woes from all directions.
In the latest plot development,…
A few short weeks ago, I was transfixed and pleasantly taken aback by the spectacle of Ireland's prime minister Enda Kenny slamming the Catholic Church for encouraging and covering up pedophile priests for…
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|by Emily Guilmette|
|One of our all-time favorite hotels in the entirety of South America is Inkaterra's La Casona! I recently had the pleasure of spending an evening there and wanted to take this opportunity to tell you why it's so special.
First, you come upon La Casona, tucked away in one of Cusco's prettiest plazas, up the hill…
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The quest for next year’s Yellow Jersey is going to be one steep ride.
It seems like just yesterday 34-year-old Cadel Evans assumed the highest step on the podium on the Champs-Elysees, becoming the first Australian to win the 2011 Tour de France title.
However, the Tour’s 99th edition just got one step closer after the announcement of the race’s 2012 routes at the convention center in Paris. The 2012 Tour de France will bring fiercer mountain climbs and longer time…
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More than a few vacationers staying at coastal resorts on the Riviera Maya or Cancun do venture into the interior of the Yucatan peninsula, but for the most part it’s on day trips or overnighters to world-famous Maya ruins such as…
Added by David Paul Appell on November 5, 2011 at 4:00pm — No Comments
Small town near Guatemala City and Antigua lives for the Festival of gigantic kites. This tradition exists in some parts of Guatemala for a long time now. To be there on Day of the dead is quite a unique experience...
Idea to make gigantic kite, more than twenty meters in diameter that will never fly may sound crazy. But, when you come to the festival, it seems so logical and nice; colors, pictures and messages that can be seen on every single one of the kites exhibited here create…Continue
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Patricia and Erik From Pink Point, Buenos Aires, Argentina
By Roy Heale
After the successful inaugural year for Pink Point Buenos Aires plans are now underway for the second year of operations. Pink Point is now the Official…
Added by Roy Heale on November 1, 2011 at 4:44pm — No Comments
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"If you would be wealthy, think of saving as well as getting."
- Benjamin Franklin
Many volunteers do not go abroad with an aim of over spending their hard earned cash, for many it is a chance to give back to society and many a case to those less fortunate than themselves. As much as one would like to enjoy their experience while in a foreign country, a situation may arise where you may need to save and budgeted as such. A number of tips are provided…
Canyoning, also known as canyoneering in some parts of the world, is the adventurous act of traveling through steep and narrow canyons using a variety of techniques that can include walking, scrambling, jumping, abseiling, wading, or swimming and climbing waterfalls through steep canyon walls to deep pools.. Canyoneers usually differentiate between technical and nontechnical canyoneering. Where…Continue
Added by Yentra Nepal on October 30, 2011 at 10:07am — No Comments
Located off the beaten path in central Tuscany, Italy, one of the most popular tourist spots is San Gimignano. Known for it towers, its a great day spot to see. The shopping it rather insignificant. You won't find anything unique rather its on touristy cheesy stuff so save your pennies. The tower offers a…Continue
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Close to our Spanish school in Samara, turtles are making their way to lay their eggs in Ostional, Costa Rica, a phenomenon known in Spanish as "arribada" or a mass emergence from the ocean. Thousands of "tortugas lora," or olive ridley turtles nest here each year in the refuge that was created in 1984. …Continue
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