Locals and tourists alike are often looking for the same thing, no matter what city they're in: a convenient, clean, FREE public bathroom. I've heard that in some cities, like London, you pay for certain public bathrooms.…
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Any Olympic athlete or professional athlete, or high school or
university athlete, or even a child on a sports team for that matter, has a coach. Actors have coaches. Singers and dancers have coaches or trainers. Over the past decades, executives and businesspersons have joined the ranks of seeking coaching for success.
In today’s modern world, there is…Continue
Added by Danny Solano Alvarez on November 21, 2012 at 2:46pm — No Comments
WHEN OFF THE JOB: TRAVEL AND LEISURE In order to see the world, we need time away from our jobs. That we can all agree upon, whether we call it holiday, vacation, quality time, or something else. But how we handle that free time of travel and leisure, and how much of it we have avaliable differs wildly, a new survey shows.
Net travel agency Expedia’s study “Vacation Deprivation“, in which over 8,000 people in 22 countries have answered questions about their…Continue
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WHUR and Advantage will host a Private Chartered Party Plane to Aruba from Washington, DC for the 2013 Soul Beach Music Fest in Aruba. This will be a non-stop flight and a package that includes, air, transfers, hotel accommodations at the Westin and tickets to the concerts. Join us by signing up at http://www.advantage-intl.com/GroupTravel.htm.
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The Traveling Eye will be joining WHUR Radio on a top excursion to France April 18 - 26, 2013. The program includes flights from IAD in Washingto, DC, 7 nights deluxe accommodations, tours and meals in Paris, Bordeaux, Cognac and Champagne and many extras. Go to www.TheTravelingEye.com and click the "Join us on Upcoming Trips". or look at www.Advantage-intl.com.
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The Traveling Eye is a weekly travel Show all about Travel. In addition, we film our shows and travels for play on the internet and on BlackAtlas.com . The Traveling Eye is always looking for Travel News, Subjects, stories and destinations. We broadcast in studio as well as LIVE from destinations around the World.
We are lining up stories and locationsfor new shows. We feature Travel News, Travel Tips, locations and shows fro. In addition, we invite our listeners and followers to…Continue
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This is The Traveling Eye I'm Bonnie DeShong and I've been on the air and in radio for 25 years. I love sharing news, music and entertainment with my audience and I've always had a second love for travel. I'm Ja'Vonne Harley and I've worked in the travel industry for 20 years. I've traveled and taken thousands of people to many countries around the world and I've always had a second love for radio. Together we created The Traveling Eye, a one hour talk radio feature all about travel. …Continue
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The Traveling Eye will look at Destination Weddings and discuss what you need to plan for and what to do when things go wrong. Join them for the discussion, Friday at 12 noon ET at www.WVON.com or 1690 AM in Chicago and on Sirius/XM on Saturday at 12 noon ET and Tuesday - Thursday next week at channel #141 HUR Voices. www.TheTravelingEye.com.
Added by The Traveling Eye on November 21, 2012 at 10:44am — No Comments
The Traveling Eye will look at Timeshares and their use as a vacation choice with the head of TUG, The Timeshare Users Group. The show will air again on Thursday at 9am ET on Siriuys/XM Channel #141 HUR Voice.
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I sat there for a few moments, thinking about what this meant. Why do people like me, travelers, choose to be so far away from the people they love, first and foremost, our families? It seems like a cruel way to pay back those who helped raise us, helped us become the people we are today.…
The mountainous district of Tay Giang, 190km west of Tam Ky City in the central province of Quang Nam, is increasingly becoming known as a prime destination for motorbike adventures. The area offers amazing scenery and the opportunity to glimpse the lifestyle of members of the ethnic minority group Co Tu, who make up the majority of the district's population of 13,000.
Added by Active Travel Asia on November 21, 2012 at 5:21am — No Comments
Now take your focus out to a global view, and you have a clear picture of what is happening in the Amazon Rainforest.
The Amazon is the largest contiguous tropical forest in the world, and releases 20% of the world’s life-giving oxygen.…Continue
Added by Danny Solano Alvarez on November 20, 2012 at 2:36pm — No Comments
Goa, which is known to be the hub for tourism in India, has a rich history. It was a former Portuguese Colony and it shows in the culture and architecture of the city. Each year around 2.5 million tourists visit the region to enjoy the history and the beaches of Goa. Panaji is the state capital of Goa and is one of the most famous cities in India. The state is quite different from other areas of India.…Continue
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Chittagong is a fairly big, spread out town, and the largest international seaport in the country. Like Dhaka the streets are filled with masses of rickshaws, though the city puts in a little more effort to keep its streets and sidewalks clean.
The city of Chittagong is a major tourist attraction in Bangladesh. Its green hills and forests, its broad sandy beaches and its fine cool climate always attract the holiday-markers. Described by the Chinese…Continue
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ACTIVETRAVEL ASIA (ATA), one of the leading adventure travel companies in Indochina, has launched the Vietnam photo contest 2012 for travelers all over the world named “Vietnam in your heart is…”
The participants will have chance to win attractive awards by submitting the best travel photo of their holiday experiences in …
Added by Active Travel Asia on November 19, 2012 at 10:34pm — No Comments
Castles are quite a rare architectural feature for Russia. There are plenty of churches, fortified hermitages, well-preserved military fortresses and ancient manors of the nobility, but the castles are the great wonder (really yet to seek).
Here you can see three castles, but can you really guess which one is located in Russia?
Added by Victor Tribunsky on November 19, 2012 at 1:30pm — No Comments
Travelers tell-all: confess top travel annoyances and their
own naughty behavior in this year’s Vacation Confidence Index
This holiday season, Americans aren’t just opening up their wallets to buy presents for family and friends – they’ll also spend 12 percent more on holiday travel, according to the fourth annual Allianz Travel Insurance Vacation Confidence…Continue
Added by Allianz Global Assistance on November 19, 2012 at 11:15am — No Comments
por Javier Pedreira
En la actualidad todos asociamos la palabra aerolínea directamente con aviones a reacción como el Airbus 320 y el Airbus 340 y familia. Si acaso algunos, los más aerotrastornados, también pensamos en turbohélices como por ejemplo el …
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Today, Sapa’s narrow streets are both temporary home and business place to the H’mong, Dao, Giay, Pho Lu, and Tay people, whose traditional ethnic dress marks them out from the multitude of nations who come to Sapa to lose themselves in its landscape.
Deep within the valleys and mountains of Vietnam’s furthest Northern reaches lies the remote hill town of Sapa. Most often viewed through the seemingly never ending carpet of mist, Sapa is a visual feast unmatched in Vietnam; on the one…Continue
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