Archives for September 2011

How They Celebrate Christmas in Asia

Christmas has always been a large holiday in the United States. Some might even consider it the largest commercial holiday that the American’s have – and it can be celebrated by religious and non-religious people alike. Christmas can be celebrated worldwide, though some countries do so a little differently. China and Japan have some different […]

Focus On the Greek Islands

The Greek islands offer a magnificent amount of choice for the sun seeking holiday maker. From stunning beaches, quite local tavernas through to world famous party resorts, there is something for everyone. There are actually over 6,000 islands and islets belonging to Greece, with only 78 of them having a population of over 100 people. […]

Humpback Whale

Best Whale Watching Locations

The last decade has seen the most conflicts ever between the whaling industry and Greenpeace. While such events had done little to alleviate the problem that whales face, it had certainly brought much needed attention to their plight. The number of people who want to watch whales has increased, with many flocking to Australia, which […]

6 Tips to Prevent Passport Problems

You are going on a trip next week. You have been excited about it for months and you can’t wait to finally board that plane and leave. The problem is you do not have a passport yet. What are you going to do? Does this scenario seem familiar? If you want to avoid something like […]

Traveling to Mumbai for Medical Treatments

Mumbai, India’s most cosmopolitan city, has long held on to its status as the financial capital of the country. People from all over the world come to this city to explore its ethnic culture and its ancient heritage sites. But apart from the numerous tourist attractions in Mumbai, there’s a growing medical tourism industry that’s […]

Traveling with Allergies - Hotels and Restaurants

Hotel & Restaurant Alert – Traveling With Allergies

Several years ago I was on vacation when I began feeling ill. After cutting the trip short, my doctor informed me that the reason for my sickness was due to a previously undiagnosed allergy. This started my quest to be a more informed traveler who knew what to watch for to prevent a repeat of […]

Hiking in Colorado – 3 Great Day Hike Lessons

Thinking of taking a hiking trip in the Colorado mountains? If you are a seasoned hiker, then there probably isn’t much that anyone can tell you about being prepared for emergency situations, bringing the right gear and making sure you have a backup plan. However, people who are just beginning to brave the adventures of […]

Machu Picchu

How to Choose a Machu Picchu Tour

Selecting a tour company for your trip to Machu Picchu can be overwhelming. Numerous companies offer tours to Machu Picchu, but not all of them are equally reputable. If you want to have the best time possible during your Peru vacation, here are several questions to consider before you book anything. 1.       Do you like […]

A Guide to 5 of the Best Spanish Islands

When it comes to choosing a holiday on the any of the Spanish islands, you are truly spoiled for choice.  Reading the names of these islands is like a Greatest Hits of holiday destinations, and it can be difficult to decide where to travel. Here are five of the best Spanish Islands, and what makes them […]

Cruises Tailored for Those That are Retired

For those who are retired, they do not want to mix and mingle, they do not want a lot of fuss, they don’t want screaming and crying drowning out their dining experience. They’ve been through all that. They’ve raised their kids. They enjoy their grandchildren but relaxation and enjoyment in this stage of life is […]

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