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Goa - Part 2
The Portuguese took their time in Goa, profiting from the spice trade for almost 500 years until they finally relinquished the colony to India in 1961. A few years later the hippies arrived. Their lifestyle involved a sarong, a spliff, a hammock, and...
Viewed 48 times since 25 May 2019.

Goa - Part 3
Grande Island is an epitome of beauty, flora, and fauna. The tiny emerald isle is for nature lovers as well as adventure enthusiasts. There are water experiences for all levels here and I can tell you that the scuba diving and snorkel...
Viewed 41 times since 25 May 2019.

Philadelphia - Part 1
Whether you are visiting Philadelphia for the first time, or just the first time in a while, these are top sights you will not want to miss. One Liberty Observation deck Ride up t...
Viewed 50 times since 25 May 2019.

Philadelphia - Part 2
These days Philadelphia’s footprint steps far beyond its famous cheesesteak. Three neighbourhoods, instilled with ethnic flavours and relatively low levels of gentrification, reach out to willing diners. City of Thessaloniki - Part 1
Thessaloniki was founded in 315bc by Cassander, the king of ancient Macedon and named after his wife. Thessaloniki is the capital of Macedonia and the second largest city of Greece. , Thessaloniki, half-sister of Alexander the Great. It means Victory...
Viewed 42 times since 19 May 2019.

City of Thessaloniki - Part 2
If you follow the port road of Leoforos Nikis heading east along the bay you will come to the Lefkos Pyrgos, or White Tower is the symbol of the city and is close to the University area with its clubs and bars. The International Trade fairgrounds are...
Viewed 41 times since 19 May 2019.

City of Thessaloniki - Part 3
Lately, the Thessaloniki Film Festival has been gaining more and more attention and attracting film-makers from all over the world. Thessaloniki has a water park, a zoo and a magic park which you can read about at Thessaloniki Amusements. It is also ...
Viewed 47 times since 19 May 2019.

Goa - Part 1
Goa is the rebel beach escape that became trance central for a generation, these days there is a much sharper scene but one that remains defiantly independent. Goa is a former Portuguese colony isolated in British India, now is India’...
Viewed 42 times since 19 May 2019.

Turkish Riviera
With glorious, year-round sun, turquoise waters, superb local cuisine, a rich cultural heritage and fair value. Turkey has always been high on the list of best short-haul destinations. However, as political uncertainty has eased, this year sees it ba...
Viewed 44 times since 18 May 2019.

Montreal Old City
Montreal is one of the few major North American cities to have preserved its historic centre. You will discover in the historic district, once a walled city, narrow winding streets dating back to the French colony, superb public squar...
Viewed 44 times since 18 May 2019.

Chateau de Fontainebleau
The Château de Fontainebleau can proudly claim to have been a sovereign residence for eight centuries. Capétiens, Valois, Bourbons, Bonaparte and Orléans, all members of French ruling dynasties, have lived within the walls. Kings and queens, emperors...
Viewed 49 times since 18 May 2019.

Sofia - Things To See
Sofia is the capital of Bulgaria however Sofia is no grand metropolis. It’s a largely modern, youthful city, with a scattering of onion-domed churches, Ottoman mosques and stubborn Red Army monuments that lend an eclectic, exotic feel ...
Viewed 46 times since 18 May 2019.

Bogotá, Colombia – Part 1
The Colombian capital has had a bad reputation but after cleaning up it’s actually a colonial gem as well as offering park life and people watching. The city is located on a high plateau at the very centre of Colombia. Bogotá is the n...
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Bogotá, Colombia – Part 2
Start your visit by concentrating on La Candelaria, the atmospheric old quarter, full of colonial houses built more than 300 years ago. Lose yourself in the cobbled streets and spend time people watching, particularly in Bolívar Square. This is where...
Viewed 40 times since 18 May 2019.

West Greece - Part 2
Voulgareli – It is a Byzantine monument of particular importance, and an excellent example of Byzantine art, dedicated to the Birth of the Virgin. The monastery was founded in 1281. While in Voulgareli, it is also worth a visit to the...
Viewed 37 times since 16 May 2019.

Belgium - Treasures
Belgium, from medieval relics to Art treasures and Industrial revolution legacy. The country is full of surprises, geological marvels, artefacts, historical ruins, traditions, rituals inherited from ancestors and much more. Since 2003, UNESCO has kep...
Viewed 52 times since 14 May 2019.

Belgium - Cities of Bruges, Antwerp and Ghent
With its mixed cultural communities and colourful history of political division, perhaps it should not surprise us that a closer look at quiet, unassuming Belgium reveals an impact of European and global art and culture of remarkable proportions. The...
Viewed 49 times since 14 May 2019.

France – Beaumont World War One Tour
The Beaumont Hamel Newfoundland Memorial is the largest of the five Caribou sites in France and Belgium, Here on July 1, 1916 the 1st Battalion of the Newfoundland, regiment suffered 684 casualties, this was over 70 percent of its normal oper...
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Belgium - Cities of Tervuren And Overijse
Tervuren is a municipality in the Province of Flemish Brabant, in Flanders Belgium. It comprises the villages of Duisburg, Tervuren, Vossem and Moorsel. The official language of all these areas is Dutch. For centuries people thought t...
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West Greece - Part 1
Syrrako has amazing architecture and is considered among the most beautiful villages in Greece. It is a village with a long history that flourished especially in the early 19th century. The picturesque village has been declared a traditional settleme...
Viewed 42 times since 14 May 2019.

Quebec City: Falls Part 1
Beautiful Montmorency Falls Parc de la Chute-Montmorency is a few minutes from Québec City. Located between the river and the cliffs, it' s one of the province' s most spectacular site. Majestic Montmorency Falls is one of Quebec’s mus...
Viewed 40 times since 14 May 2019.

Why not learn to sail – Part 2
To get the most out of a sailing trip and feel involved in the experience you should, quite literally, learn the ropes. Novices should begin at the Royal Yachting Association or if you are in the US, the American Sailing Association, both have numero...
Viewed 40 times since 11 May 2019.

Hamad International Airport
Hamad International airport is an architectural masterpiece where innovation and beauty combine. The airport has been designed with traveller experience in mind. The result is a world-class facility, where the concept of hospitality underpins everyth...
Viewed 43 times since 11 May 2019.

Belgium - Beers
Belgium is famous for its mussels and the beers. They produce more than 365 kinds of beers more than the days of a year. Only a handful of beers in the country Orval, Chimay, Westvleteren, Rochefort, Westmalle and Achel can use the International Trap...
Viewed 48 times since 11 May 2019.

Why not learn to sail – Part 1
It’s amazing how often the chance to do some sailing happens when you’re travelling. So if you don’t just want to be a passenger here’s how to get started. I’ll try to look at the costs, the risks, deciding where to go, and eventually do you want to ...
Viewed 43 times since 10 May 2019.

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