England Explained (Northern Monkeys vs. Southern Fairies)

England Explained (Northern Monkeys vs. Southern Fairies)   If you've never been to little old England (or the UK), you could be forgiven for thinking that such a small country couldn't possible have much diversity. Ask someone from the UK however, and you will soon learn that it is not...

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Beyond Anne

Anne of Green Gables is usually the first thing that comes to mind when people think of Prince Edward Island. My mother is an Islander, and I spent many golden summers frolicking on Anne’s island. We were almost playmates, Anne and I, and her mishaps cheered me considerably, giving me...

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A Weekend in the Carpathian Mountains of Ukraine

After a rowdy couple of days in bustling Lviv, Ukraine, my companion and I decided to head for a rural retreat in the Carpathian Mountains.  It’s incredibly easy and cheap to rent an entire cabin to yourself- far less than a dirty motel room in most countries- so splurged around...

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Once in a life time: Carnival in Venice

Next to Rio de Janeiro or Cologne in Germany, Venice is probably the most famous carnival event in the world. T he real fun starts  when  you  don´t enjoy the festivities as a mere spectator  but decide to actively participate.

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Things To Do on Whidbey Island

Located just a short ferry ride away from Mukilteo, near Seattle, Whidbey Island is an easy jaunt  for visitors. Unfortunately, outside of the Northwest, it is not well-known, typically getting passed up in favour of the  popular and more crowded San Juan Islands.

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Back to the roots: El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historic Monument

In 1780 King Carlos III ordered the founding of a city in Southern California. One year later, in September 1781, 44 settlers established a farming community called El Pueblo de la Reina de Los Angeles (The Town of the Queen of Angels).

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The Top 5 Thing You Must Do in Uganda

Visit The Source of the Nile The Nile, the world's largest river is a life source across many countries in Africa. Although not the 'true' source of the Nile, the area around the town of Jinja is often referred to as the source of the Nile.

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Girlfriends Getaway to Asheville, North Carolina

The Biltmore Estate may be the reason most people are familiar with Asheville, a fascinating little town nestled between the Smoky Mountains and the Blue Ridge Mountains in North Carolina, and it is admittedly a wonderful place to visit, but Asheville has a lot more to offer as well.

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One of England’s Long Distant Trails: Walking the Dales Way

“We’re just going for a walk” you can tell your friends when they ask about your vacation plans and that will be typical Yorkshire understatement. There are more than 20 long distance footpaths for walking holidays in England’s countryside but The Dales Way in Yorkshire takes you through scenery reminiscent...

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24 hours in Muscat/Oman

When preparing for my 5 day trip to Oman, I was surprised to read on several informative websites that ‘there is not much to see and do in Muscat itself’. This being the capital of Oman and knowing something about the country’s colorful history, I seriously doubted the validity of...

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