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Houseboats Give Us The Freedom To Explore
by Jane Stokes (courtesy of News Canada). (NC)-Ask those who do it. Most people say it is a very special kind of freedom to cruise this continent's most beautiful inland water routes in their own private family houseboat. The 386-kilometre T...
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Travel Expert Advice
by News Canada. (NC)-Whether hiking in Canada's Rocky Mountains or admiring art at the Musée du Louvre in Paris, travelling takes its toll on the feet, and sore feet can ruin the pleasure of a vacation. Toby Saltzm...
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Florida Is The Mythical Endless Summer
by Jane Stokes (courtesy lof News Canada). (NC)-A complete break from routine - with guaranteed sunshine, sand and surf - is the only way to get a genuine taste of the mythical endless summer. During July and August when the kids are at loose...
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Keeping Feet One Step Ahead
by News Canada. (NC)-Foot care is essential, even for those vacationers relaxing at beaches and resorts. If taking the occasional walk on the beach or a leisurely swim in the ocean is the extent of your vacation act...
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Trailing the Tiger
by Roozbeh Gazdar. So there are destinations and destinations, each offering their distinct USPs. Hot attractions that draw tourists seeking an ‘experience’ to carry home – a trophy to substantiate a battery of travel ...
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Important Chinese Festivals
by Wong Yee Lee. Chinese New Year/Lunar New Year (January/February) It is usually in the winter of a year. The exact date would follow the one in Lunar Calendar. Entering the New Year month, every family would clean ...
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Ten Tips for Planning Your Vacation
by Kathy Paauw. I hope that by sharing my personal experiences, you will avoid learning similar lessons the hard way. And it goes to show that those little details in the planning of a vacation can make a huge diffe...
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Hartman Luggage … A Trunkmaker’s Saga!
by Mike Yeager. Hartman luggage has been around for a while. The advent of the steam engine in the mid 1820s heralded the first wave of mass tourism. Mass organized travel probably began in 1841 when a 33 year old ...
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Why is it so EASY to GAIN WEIGHT during the HOLIDAYS?
by Diana Keuilian. I’m sure you have pondered this question, for it is no secret that we all tend to put on a few pounds during this magical time of year! For many of us across the globe it is a tradition to ring in th...
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Why an Algarve Vacation?
by Jennifer Dodds. If a vacation, as defined by a dictionary is: 'leisure time away from work devoted to rest or pleasure', then one taken in Algarve must be the epitome of that term. The southern-most region of Portug...
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Malaysia : An Asian Retirement Paradise
by Shannon Roxborough. Asia's best-kept secret for expatriates, Malaysia has a vibrant mix of foreign and indigenous tribal cultures, creating a veritable melting pot of peoples, traditions and religions. A sizable enclave...
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Living and Retiring in Bolivia
by Shannon Roxborough. A beautiful and inexpensive place without a tourist in sight. Sound like a dream? It's not. This slice of paradise does exist. Nestled high in the Andes Mountains of South America, Bolivia is a littl...
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India on the Rails
by Roozbeh Gazdar. If life is a journey than, in India at least, it chugs along on two parallel steel lines… the railways. No reference here to the local trains of Mumbai, India’s commercial capital, where citizens spe...
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Cuba-Pictures.com Launched by Lonely Planet Author
by David Stanley. The original author of Lonely Planet Cuba announces the launch of Cuba-Pictures.com, a 14-page collection of 126 travel photos of Cuba. All photos in this picture gallery are by David Stanley, who re...
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How To Be Safe While Traveling
by Scott Flint. The most dangerous time in your life, when you are most likely to be attacked is when you are traveling in an unfamiliar area. Tourists are the favorite prey of the goblins of the world for the foll...
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Atlantis Archaeological Evidences
by Antonio Beltrán. Spanish investigators have discovered Atlantis's archaeological evidences... Atlantis = Iberia. Atlantis in Gibraltar and Ibero-Morrocian. The Georgeo's theories (I Part) Extracts the Georgeo's theo...
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Traveling Cheap Is Not Worth It
by Ryan Fyfe . It's human nature to try and cut corners and to take the best deal whenever and whereever possible. I'm sure you've heard the expression: "If it's too good to be true, then it probably is". I don't want to take that expressions directly in context an...
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6 Suggested Historical Destinations For Student Travel
by Robert Thatcher . Student travel promises to be an enjoyable trip. Not only do students can visit several places, they could also learn so much on every trip. And since air travel agencies as well as airlines provide student travel discount and special student travel ...
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Travel Hong Kong: 12 Must See Places
by Robert Thatcher . Hong Kong features a diverse mixture of characters as a result of long British occupation and a great Chinese influence. As a state of China, Hong Kong provides a good introduction to who ever wants to know more about China...
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Business Travel with the Wife
by Charles Cater . If you are an infrequent traveler you may need some tips to keep the wife happy while you are jet setting around the globe. Many individuals do not realize the tolls that traveling can have on married life. Occasionally your travels are going to take...
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Your First Business Trips Dos and Donts
by Charles Cater . So you are fresh out of college and have landed that first bigtime corporate job. Your employer has put you through your paces and you are ready to go out and represent your company on the road. This is new and exciting...
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How to get around Bangkok, Thailand
by Jonathan Semenick . To start off it is good to understand what kind of transport you can get in Bangkok. There are numerous different types of public transport, but the usual visitor or resident uses only 7 of these: Meter Taxis, Tuk Tuks, buses, canal boats, river taxi...
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Spectacular Dive Sites On Lanzarote
by Spectacular Dive Sites On Lanzarote. To many it is unknown that Lanzarote, one of the Canary Islands in Europe, is mentioned to have some of the most beautiful scuba dive sites of the northern half of the hemisphere. Having four seasons underwater in contradiction to two seasons above w...
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Finally - The Truth About Free Flight Upgrades!
by Jonathan Kittley . So you've heard about free flight upgrades then? You know, you buy a regular economy flight seat, but then you somehow pull some magic along the way and next thing you know, you've been upgraded to first class, where you're waited on hand and foot th...
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Philippines Travel: The Old World Charm Of Ilocos
by John Grant. In old times, Ilocandia has been described as a God-forsaken land because of its arid and difficult terrain. But the hardy people of this province had the patience and the will to survive, and eventually turned it into a lush and abundant highland. A...
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