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I believe that most of us should have some hobbies that we can utilize to escape the true world. A few are straightforward, like sewing, and others tend to be more adventurous. My favorite thing
to accomplish is go ice diving. This isn’t an easy thing to try and do -
but it can be rather fun. Obviously you just have to find the correct
supplies that will allow it to come about.
The dry suit…Continue
Added by Lonely Planet on December 31, 2010 at 4:30am — No Comments
Serenity Vacations is pleased to bring you this article about how to find the very best deals on ski vacations this year. Skiing is one of the world’s most popular winter sports and vacation travel options abound. As anyone knows why has been on a ski
vacation, they can be some of the most expensive vacations around.
However, with a little planning a ski vacation does not have to break your bank account. There is actually an abundance of affordable…Continue
With most of the individuals overburdened with the work pressures as well as their personal lives. A growing number of adults choose to remain single. This of course does not mean that the single people do not have desire to enjoy a social life or have fun. And one thing on every single’s mind this holiday season is taking up a solo travel.
Solo travelling for women can be very exciting. Thanks to the wide range of tours available with the…Continue
Added by Lonely Planet on December 28, 2010 at 2:25am — No Comments
Golf packages are a popular vacation deal for both golfers and non-golfers. The reason for this is because many non-golfers either ride along with the golfer or visit the spa. Golf courses
usually have very picturesque holes and for non-golfers who enjoy being
outdoors and taking in nature, riding along is a treat. Many golf
resorts have an attached spa so for the non-golfers who do not enjoy the
golf course may visit the spa and be pampered.…
Added by Lonely Planet on December 27, 2010 at 2:26am — No Comments
UK tour operators have announced a huge surge in Winter sun bookings in the last fortnight, as many UK holiday makers escape the extreme weather conditions being faced by all parts of the country. In fact, many tour operators have experienced a 20% higher bookings increase than previous Winters.
Traditional two week holidays are declining in popularity however, with 10 day breaks…Continue
Added by Lonely Planet on December 25, 2010 at 7:57am — No Comments
India is among the top tourist destinations of the world and is visited by millions of tourists every year who visit this amazing land to experience its diversity of cultures, traditions, religions, languages, art and architecture, and natural wonders. A number of tourists who come to holidays in India stay here for months in order to explore in detail each and every major destination of this colorful land. However, there is no dearth of tourists who prefer short tours to…Continue
Added by Lonely Planet on December 24, 2010 at 4:59am — No Comments
With just a week to go before the ‘big day’ the UK’s airports have geared up for what is the busiest few days in the Christmas getaway rush!
Millions of UK Passengers Passing Through UK Airports This Week
The next two weeks are one of the busiest fortnights in an airport’s year, this week especially Saturday 18th through until Christmas Day,
with Heathrow expecting half a million passengers,…
Added by Lonely Planet on December 22, 2010 at 4:00am — No Comments
There are many holy places located in India. Among them, this is the sacred land where pilgrims come to find God. It is the ‘Gateway of God’, which will enchant you with its interesting mythology and legends. It stands one among the four places on earth where immortality elixir fell from the pitcher of Gods. If you still haven’t got the city mentioned here, then it is Haridwar-one of the most religious cities in…Continue
Added by Lonely Planet on December 16, 2010 at 5:00am — No Comments
The call of the wild is a sign that you cannot ignore. It can haunt you on a dry summer day or during the cold winter nights.
As the monsoons drift away, the call gets louder and louder, as the jungles wear a fresh coat of green and the denizens come out into the open. It is the season for some migratory birds, as well.
Some of the national parks that were closed during the monsoons are thrown open to the tourists who heed the call and start travelling.
So, if you have…Continue
Added by Lonely Planet on December 10, 2010 at 7:10am — No Comments
Where to Stay & What to See on India's Stunning Coastline. Goa's relaxed attitude and tropical beach setting make it a popular holiday destination, with something to offer everyone.
The hedonistic legend of Goa lives on in the minds of many foreigners who come seeking sun, sand, sea, and of course the psychedelic party scene. Many are surprised to discover that Goa India is not a place,…Continue
Added by Lonely Planet on December 8, 2010 at 5:48am — No Comments