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      Niagara Falls day tour

      Thursday, September 30th, 2010

      The Niagara Falls is one of the most famous and most visited waterfalls across the world. Situated on the Niagara River, between Ontario and New York, the Niagara Falls attracts tourists all the year round. The Maid of the Mist is one of the most amazing experiences you will have once in Niagara Falls. This […]

      Cannes on a budget

      Monday, September 27th, 2010

      If you’re among those movie buffs who just can’t seem to get the motion pictures and world renowned actors out of your head, you would do good to head to Cannes for a trip. It is, however, sure to put a heavy tug on your purse-strings, what with everything being tailored for the posh and […]

      Harbin tour travel tips

      Friday, September 24th, 2010

      Harbin, the Ice City, as it is famously known across the world is gradually getting recognition as a major tourist attraction in China. The capital city of the Heilongjiang Province, which is shaped like a swan, Harbin is known as the pearl on the swan’s neck. Harbin is a cold land and is best known […]

      Go hot spring hopping in Japan!

      Tuesday, September 21st, 2010

      Japan is a famed holiday destination, with more and more tourists discovering the pleasure of this wonderful land. Of the many attractions that bring tourists from across the world to this oriental city, are the onsen or hot springs in Japan. Onsen are natural hot springs that are found all over Japan and are famed […]

      Gay travel to Myanmar

      Saturday, September 18th, 2010

      Myanmar, a land that is famed for its rich Buddhist tradition and its red-robes monks in their golden pagodas, is gaining recognition as a tourist haunt. All sorts of people, the LGBT sect included are coming to this land to enjoy its beauty and seek peace and tranquillity in the serenity it exudes. The LGBT […]

      Nepal trekking guide

      Saturday, September 18th, 2010

      Nepal, situated in the heart of the Himalayas, is a famed holiday destination for those sports and adventure lovers who love to go trekking and hiking. If you’re among those who feels the call of the mountains and wants to explore the majestic mountains, then Nepal is the place for you. The Himalayan and Annapurna […]

      Enjoy the pleasures of the Birmingham city

      Saturday, September 18th, 2010

      Birmingham city is a vibrant city full of colour and life, offering a treat to the senses of the seasoned traveller. Birmingham is a quaint little city with a variety of sights and sounds to offer the tourist. A lot of museums and art galleries dot the whole of Birmingham city, bringing out the essential […]

      Finland travel guide

      Saturday, September 18th, 2010

      Finland is a perfect travel destination, especially since it is not too frequented by the regular tourist. An off-beat location to spend your holidays, Finland offers much more than simply meets the eye. Known as the Land of a Thousand Lakes, Finland has a scattering of numerous lakes surrounded by wild pine forests dotting low […]

      Popular Mauritius tours and activities

      Saturday, September 18th, 2010

      Mauritius, with its pristine beaches, cobalt-blue seas, historical ruins, exotic flora and fauna and its myriad hues is a vacationer’s paradise. The best part about Mauritius, apart from its diverse cultures and varied attractions, is the warmth exuded by the people towards tourists visiting the land. There are a lot of places to see when […]

      The history of Greece

      Saturday, September 18th, 2010

      Greece is a historically rich land with its earliest civilizations dating back to Palaeolithic era (11.000-3000 BC). Following this civilization, there came the Minoan (2600-1500 BC), the Mycenaean (1500-1150 BC) and the Cycladic civilizations. Greek history is then an endless journey of power and supremacy, through a maze of wars, invasions and battles. The Macedonians […]

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