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Hiking the Juan de Fuca Trail, Vancouver Island, Canada – Travel Article

The Juan de Fuca Marine Trail is a remarkable multi-day hike along the coast of Vancouver Island, Canada, progressing over beautiful beaches and through spectacular indigenous forest.In this article you will find all information needed to plan a hike on the Juan de Fuca trail, all about our hike; detailed itinerary and packing list.This is a moderate to strenuous 47 km hike in the Juan de Fuca Provincial Park along the west coast of Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada.…

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The little Switzerland of Spain and heaven on Earth – Spain Travel Article

The little Switzerland of Spain and heaven on Earth This small little town of Asturias is full of surprises! Want to enjoy the town with the backdrop of Picos de Europs while canoeing in the River Sella?? This town offers one of the best experiences I have had so far – Descenso del Sella.  While there are many companies offering great packages for the activity, we did ours through Astur Aventura. I think I was scared than excited for it…

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a four-day indulgence: The Kapiti Coast – Retirement Travel Article

a four-day indulgence: The Kapiti Coast Anticipating our three sets of successive visitors, with first arrivals due in about 2 ½ weeks (December 29), I’d done some research and, guess what:  NZ has a lot to see that I never even knew about! (NOTE:  This is the best planning website I’ve found: https://www.newzealand.com/int/) Coincidentally, I was feeling restless, as in “itchy feet,” and a mini-vacation seemed a clear solution.  From looking at that website I initially decided I wanted to…

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lonely planet the paradise island sri lanka – Charming Tours Blog – Sri Lanka Travel Article

lonely planet the paradise island sri lanka – Charming Tours Blog The undiscovered country You might say Sri lanka has been hiding in plain sight. countless numbers of travelers have passed overhead on there way to some place else, and years of war and challenges, such as tsunami had kept Sri lanka off many itineraries. but now sri lanka is finding its way onto the itineraries of ever more travelers. while successive waves of Indian, attracted by report of rear…

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How to Book a Honeymoon Package in Sri Lanka – Sri Lanka Travel Article

How to Book a Honeymoon Package in Sri Lanka Is it the time to tie-the-knot? Searching for the ideal and memorable destination for your honeymoon? Finding difficulty in selecting a good travel agent, considering the suitable & memorable places to visit; and most of all will it be within the budget..? These thoughts must be overflowing in your mind if you are planning to get married soon…. Consider your search is over, for Ranfer Travels (Pvt.) limited is the answer.…

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Snorkeling in Cuba – Cuba Travel Article

Snorkeling in Cuba Written by Sophia Bass  Divers, scientists, marine-biologists and snorkelers like myself travel to Cuba to explore it’s vast marine ecosystem, home to magnificent coral reefs. Many snorkeling spots are accessible from the shore and contain a diverse array of marine life. Jardines de la Reina, about fifty miles south from the main island, was declared a Marine Natural Park in 1996. It is often known as the “Galapagos of the Caribbean.” Atlantic Blue Tang, Rock Beauty, French…

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How to get around Havana? – Cuba Travel Article

How to get around Havana? This post explains the different ways to get from A to B in Havana. Havana is huge. A lot bigger than you think and walking is only an option if you want to limit yourself to the Old Town, Centro and Vedado.  Here’s some more info about Havana, this post is about getting from A to B (and back). You can use a multitude of public transport and different types of Taxi’s. Let’s just take…

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Carnival Corp. is the first U.S. company sued for using ‘stolen’ property in Cuba | – Cuba Travel Article

Carnival Corp. is the first U.S. company sued for using ‘stolen’ property in Cuba | The Miami Herald Carnival Cruise Lines was hit Thursday with unprecedented lawsuits filed by businessmen who for decades have sought justice after their families’ properties were seized by Fidel Castro nearly 60 years ago.The Miami-based cruising conglomerate was sued in federal court by Mickael Behn and Javier Garcia-Bengochea, both of whom hold claims certified by the federal government for assets confiscated shortly after the Cuban…

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Can you Mix Tennis and Holidays for a Child? – Travel Tales from India and Abroad – Travel Article

Traveling with Chhavi is not new for me. But mixing tennis with a holiday was a first for us! In June, we were traveling to Biograd for a week of tennis and holidays with Tennis Holidays Croatia. Traveling with a 11 year old on a connecting flight to Europe almost always results in one thing- a cranky child at the end of it. I was thankful that our pickup from Zagreb to Biograd was super smooth and organized by Tennis…

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Thailand Food Travel Blog from Street Food to Fine Dining – Travel Article

Food has an unexpectedly lasting impact on us when we travel. The distinctive dishes and tastes in each corner of the world help flavor our sensory experience when we are far from home. It is so regionally unique, and often a cultural identifier. Because of this, food has become just as big of a reason to travel as sightseeing or adventure. Here we explore the different food experiences in Thailand, from the ubiquitous street foods and endless vendors to the…

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Top 5 Asian Destinations for Food Lovers – Travel Article

Going on a three-month journey to Italy just to try local food might be something only Julia Roberts in a Hollywood movie would experiment. However, food tourism has increased in popularity in the past few decades, especially since more and more Asian destinations became accessible to Westerners.  Asian cuisine is also one of the richest in the world, so it may be worth your while to book a trip to any of these well-known cities if you want to try…

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‘A slice of Brooklyn Pizza Tour’ – the best way to experience Brooklyn! – Travel Article

After being in a state of Pizza heaven, it was time to get back on to the bus, and we drove around the Brooklyn neighbourhoods and saw all the showstopping million dollar houses, my favourite being this Fairy tale like one, all whilst being told important and interesting facts about them by Paula, as well as the history of Brooklyn. She is so filled with knowledge having grown up there, and it really made a difference to the tour and…

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