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Posted by Amit Bravo on Apr 14, 2009
You can count on spending a good deal of time and attending to a long list of details when you are planning any vacation. Besides the fact that you need to book flights or other transportation, and find room to pack all those “must-have” items, you need to figure out exactly what...
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Posted by Amit Bravo on Apr 14, 2009
Packing a bag and hitting the road with family is always a fun and exciting adventure. It’s also a great way to spend quality time with your loved ones that seems harder and harder to come by these days. Whether you are renting an RV for a cross-country trip or you are catching a flight to...
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Posted by Amit Bravo on Apr 14, 2009
Spain’s Top Places to Visit: Spain is one of the favorite places to visit around the world. Many travelers love to visit Spain because of their beautiful places and great views. Granada, Andalucía, Spain is just one of the most beautiful places to visit when in Spain. When in Granada,...
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Posted by Daniel Lew on Apr 14, 2009
Bullfight, the Spanish Way The sport that is identified as Spain’s traditional show is Bullfighting or tauromachy. Although some conservative group finds this sport controversial, this weekly event is still a crowd drawer particularly among tourist who wants to experience Spain’s...
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Typical tourist Alley!
Posted by David Swayn on Apr 17, 2009
It's HCMC time once again.  I love Ho Chi Minh city.  My friends and I have been back twice.  Some people are thrown back by the constant badgering from the streetside sellers, some can't handle crossing the streets due to the 5 million scooters in the city, but for me,...
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Posted by Daniel Lew on Apr 17, 2009
On my recent holiday back to Australia I decided to take my wife to see the Currumbin Waterfall. It was a nice relaxing drive to the mountains and to my surprise quite close also to Murwillumbah.  There are many places for quiet relaxing spots to sit and have picnics along the way. The...
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Posted by Alanjosef Caceres on Apr 24, 2009
Many of the kids out there love the kangaroo, which they can draw, act and even compared it to other animals, which is part of their imagination of what their parents and teachers told them about kangaroos. But if they wish to see the real kangaroo, Australia is the place for them which they can...
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Posted by Daniel Lew on Apr 25, 2009
The World’s Most Interesting Museums While enjoying your travel, it is also interesting to visit some educational places like the museums. Generally, when we speak of museums, many of the travelers would think that it is a boring kind of experience. However, why settle to those less...
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Posted by Alanjosef Caceres on Apr 27, 2009
As what I am watching TV, I saw interviews by an English man and an Australian man. Their pronouncation, dictation, and accent are different from each other, but one thing for sure, I like the way Australian speaks, mostly the girls, because of the way they deliver message to each other, and in a...
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Posted by Alanjosef Caceres on Apr 27, 2009
As I watch National Geographic Channel, the Great Barrier Reef of Australia is one of the finest landmarks in their country. It is the largest coral reef system in the world, in accordance to Wikipedia, its composed of 2,900 individual reefs and 900 islands. When we take a look at their reef...
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