The Mani Peninsula: Greece’s Medieval Past

The Mani Peninsula of the south Peloponnese, is a rich geological and cultural area and often overlooked by travelers to Greece. The spine of the peninsula is part of the great mass of Mount Taiyetos which terminates at Cape Tenano, the mythical entrance to the Underworld.

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5 Best White Villages of Andalucia, Spain

What comes to mind when thinking about the South of Spain? Well, let’s just mention the clichés: flamenco, bullfight, paella, sunshine and beaches. Yes, it’s all there, ready to enjoy (minus the bullfight maybe) but if you want to go beyond the obvious there is nothing better than to explore...

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Chillin’ with the Bats in New Mexico

Originally discovered in desert wilderness by a curious 16-year-old boy in 1898, Carlsbad Caverns has become one of the most famous cave systems in the world.  People come from all over the world to view the caverns as well as to experience the bat flight program where you can witness...

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