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Lake Naivasha
Lake Naivasha

Lake Naivasha

Filed in Destinations by on December 29, 2015 • views: 933

Lake Naivasha For people who want a little break from cities like Nairobi, Kenya or to end their African adventure with in a more relaxing setting, gorgeous Lake Naivasha is the perfect natural haven! Being the highest of the Rift Valley Lakes of Kenya, Naivasha is nestled more than 1,800 meters above sea level. But […]

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Lake Bled Amazing Craft of Nature
Lake Bled

Lake Bled Amazing Craft of Nature

Filed in Cultural Travel, Destinations by on December 28, 2015 • views: 1019

Lake Bled is located in the Julian Alps in northwestern Slovenia. The natural landscapes surrounding the lake are amazing. It’s no surprise that Bled was a favorite destination for President Tito, who was spending a lot of time in his villa located on the lakeside. The Lake Bled is the main touristic attraction in Slovenia, […]

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Late Season Ski Trips
Late Season Ski Trips

Late Season Ski Trips

Filed in Destinations, Snow Adventures by on December 28, 2015 • views: 873

Think ski trips will have to wait until early winter? Think again! Ski and snowboard bums who can’t wait until next winter for their snow fix still have plenty of options to choose from. In North America alone, there are about more than a handful of locations where there’s plenty of snow to go around […]

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Choosing a Ski Vacation
Choosing a Ski Vacation

Choosing a Ski Vacation

Filed in Destinations, Snow Adventures by on December 28, 2015 • views: 1546

Choosing a ski vacation destination can be tricky and daunting. A quick search on the internet for top ski destinations alone can give you headaches. And worse, your desire to get better advice on where to go and how to choose a place that meets you and your family’s need can actually make you even […]

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Maple Leaf

Meet me in Toronto

Filed in Cultural Travel, Destinations by on December 28, 2015 • views: 607

“Meet me in Toronto,” he said. “I’ll come up from Michigan with the cast, and we will meet at the hotel,” he said. “Sure,” I said with my voice full of apprehension. I have only been out of the United States twice in my life. A trip Toronto would make the third time and never […]

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Explore Granada in Spain views: 72

Don’t visit Granada if you know nothing about Moorish culture and you’re not passionate about history. Granada is all about its past! Just like a ghost who haunts places with mysteries still unsolved, the past of Granada is still reigning over the city. It’s true that today’s Granada has put on the clothes of cosmopolitanism […]

Five Bucket List Adventures views: 79

Any new year brings new resolutions and adds new bucket list adventures to my travel list. I have to admit that I have about 101 resolutions and things to do on my bucket list this year and, unfortunately but not at all surprising, half of them are forgotten five minutes after the clock strikes midnight […]

Enjoy the Arctic National Park views: 78

Warning: Beginner hikers should not adventure into this park or, at least, if they insist on climbing its ridges, they should do it accompanied by experienced hikers. Why? The Gates of the Arctic National Park is the northernmost National Park in the world. It is situated in Alaska, north of the Arctic Circle, and has […]

Wonders of Santiago views: 86

While many just transit Santiago, on their way to other destinations in South America, the capital city of Chile remains behind them undiscovered and overlooked. However, those who avoid spending a few days in Santiago will be forever robbed by wonderful, unique experiences that only Santiago can offer. A metropolis that amazes with fabulous views, […]