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Why Travel Insurance is Mandatory

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Travelling abroad is still a big deal, even today when it is so commonplace. Vacationers will research and make the most painstaking plans about what they will visit; where they will stay; the activities they will undertake and the tours they will get on. They make contingency plans for funds, should they over spend on the budget.

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Houseboat Cruises, Kerala

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On the tip of the south-western Malabar Coast of India lies a tiny piece of green heaven.  Self-titled, “God’s Own Country,” and rightfully so it is the state of Kerala. Bounded by the blue Arabian Sea to the west and the evergreen forests of the Western Ghats to the east, the state has many treats for the visitor.

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Las Fallas – Festival in Valencia

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            In March Valencia is home to one of Spain’s largest celebrations called the Falles, which is a traditional celebration commemorating Saint Joseph. The celebration lasts for 5 days and 5 nights, and is a perfect reason for a vacation. From March 15th-19th the streets and small neighborhoods of Valencia will be filled with people [...] Continue Reading…

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Hop-on Hop-off Sydney

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Whether you drive, stroll or take a bus through Sydney you cannot help but notice that it is a really beautiful city. It sprawls around one of the most beautiful harbours in the world – Port Jackson more famously known as Sydney Harbour. The presence of rivers and the sea; the numerous inlets and coves that make up the [...] Continue Reading…

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Popular Tourist Attractions in Dubai

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Dubai is a city state and one of the seven emirates that make up the United Arab Emirates UAE. It is the second largest in terms of land and the largest in population. Dubai ranks 7th amongst the most visited tourist destinations of the world. It is expected to attract around 15 million visitors in 2015.It has liberal social [...] Continue Reading…

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10 Things for Adrenaline Junkies to do in Tasmania

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The unique topography of the Tasman Peninsula boasts of several exciting adrenalin sports and activities. Adrenaline junkies won’t lack for thrills, whether it’s scuba diving, rock climbing, skiing, kayaking or other activities.

1. Scuba Diving
Tasmania is surrounded by many beautiful bays all rich in marine life. One can access all these sites by boat. On the East Coast Dive Trail, [...] Continue Reading…

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Top 5 Reasons To Visit Belgium

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            Best known for it’s authentic beer, rich chocolate, and delightful waffles, Belgium’s food reputation over powers its historic character and diverse atmosphere. A destination filled with history, food, sightseeing, and relaxation, Belgium is one of Europe’s most unseen countries. If you are still contemplating on whether or not Belgium is for you, here are 5 reasons as to [...] Continue Reading…

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Tour of Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre

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From Kota Kinabalu

Getting There

The Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre is located in the Malaysian Sabah District of North Borneo. There are several ways you could get to the Centre. Public transport buses operate from Kota Kinabalu to Sandakan, a journey of about 5 hours. Sandakan is the closest town to the Centre’s reception office and is about 23 kms. away.  [...] Continue Reading…

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Pope Benedict XVI’s Last Vatican Papal Audience

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(Your last chance for a personal pilgrimage to see the Pope)

On 11 February 2013, the Pope Benedict XVI stunned the world with the announcement of his resignation from his post – making him the first pope to resign in 600 years; or in other words 6 centuries! The pope told the faithful that he had made his decision “in [...] Continue Reading…

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Venice Rides of Love

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(Valentine’s Day Special)

Paris may be the branded weekend get-away for Valentine’s Day, but lying among the Venetian Lagoon is one of Europe’s most romantic cities. This Valentine’s Day, break out from the norm and take your sweetheart to the passionate Italian city of Venice. Located in Northeast Italy, Venice is made up of 118 small islands separated by canals [...] Continue Reading…

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