Traveller Beach Tour of Vancouver – Don’t Forget Your Blanket

Traveller Beach Tour of Vancouver – Don’t Forget Your Blanket

  Looking to relax while you’re vacationing in beautiful Vancouver? Well I’ve got just the spot! Er well, I should say spots. Why limit yourself to just one of the beautiful beaches this city has to offer? Follow me on an adventure through South Granville, Granville Island and all along the Seawall to Third Beach.   Looking to enjoy a bit of shopping too? Well start by taking a stroll on Broadway, checking out the…

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Chicago Tips for the Staycationer

Chicago Tips for the Staycationer

  Chicagoans always seem to be on the go, but everyone needs downtime. Unfortunately, it isn’t always possible to find time (or money) for lengthy vacations. Why not opt for a staycation instead? By staying close to home, you can save money and rediscover Chicago, while creating memories that will last you a lifetime.   Read on for five simple steps to enjoy the perfect Chicago staycation. Step One: Leave Home The first step to…

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Nicaragua – A place to go!

Nicaragua – A place to go!

  There are a few spots that you would like to visit when you are in Managua, such as Mirador Tiscapa, which gives you a full bird eye of the Capital and Laguna Tiscapa. Close by is the famous Catedral de Managua (Managua Cathedral). For authentic Nicaragua cuisine you must visit Cocina de Dona Aydee, in which you will enjoy not only great food, but also seeing the waitresses wearing typical folklore dresses. Other places are…

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World’s Largest Rope Swing at Arches National Park

World’s Largest Rope Swing at Arches National Park

  Utah’s Corona Arch is a beautiful, natural formation. The chance to see it in person is an amazing experience, but an even better one would be to swing from it on a 150 ft rope. Devin Graham, also known as DevinSuperTramp has just created what he calls the world’s largest rope swing. Tied securely to the top of the Corona Arch in Arches National Park, the rope allows one harnessed person at a time…

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Miami’s Calle Ocho is a Crazy Cuban Style Celebration

Miami’s Calle Ocho is a Crazy Cuban Style Celebration

  Ever heard of the record for world’s biggest conga line? In 1988 the Guinness World Record was set with 119,986 people! But making a conga line that big is nothing when you’re partying at one of the world’s biggest street festivals.   El Festival de la Ocho takes place every March 14th on Miami’s coveted 8th street. The festival closes off 24 blocks in order to host this massive celebration of dancing, food, drink,…

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Some Insight About Bahamas International Airport!

Some Insight About Bahamas International Airport!

Also, referred to as the Commonwealth of the Bahamas, Bahamas is a country comprising of 3000 cays, islands and islets. It is located to the north of Cuba in Atlantic Ocean. Nassau is its capital, and this destination is popular for its natural attractions. Climate of the place ranges from subtropical to tropical and due to Gulf Stream it moderates significantly. The weather of the place is perfect for indulging in a wide array of…

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From Hotels to Trails – The Sights and Sounds of Charlottetown on Prince Edward Island, Canada

From Hotels to Trails – The Sights and Sounds of Charlottetown on Prince Edward Island, Canada

  Charlottetown is located on Prince Edward Island which is one of the smallest provinces in Canada. It is set in the Atlantic Ocean close to Newfoundland, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. Finding Anne of Green Gables There is plenty to do in Charlottetown, but the most famous export from PEI is without doubt the fictional heroine of Avonlea; red-headed Anne. Tourists from New York, Maine, and other northeastern American states are close to the…

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Most Terrible Man-Made Structures on Earth

Most Terrible Man-Made Structures on Earth

These places are famous for all the wrong reasons. Spanning all across the globe, these mad-made constructions are frightful to look at and even more terrible for those that have had first hand experience with them. We take a look at the most terrible man-made structures on earth.  Do you think you’re brave enough to traverse these bridges, roads, and tunnels? Most Terrible Road in the World: Bolivia The North Yungas Road is a 61…

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5 Top Spots and Why I Love New York City

5 Top Spots and Why I Love New York City

  The land of opportunity and the city that never sleeps. Who could say no to that? At the age of 20 I was given the opportunity to intern in the United States. Newark, New Jersey to be exact. Just a short train ride into Manhattan; the Big Apple. It seemed the perfect place for an insomniac travel grad looking to make his mark on the world. I am from a land where a building higher…

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Discover Secluded Molokai, Hawaii

Discover Secluded Molokai, Hawaii

  Molokai is an unspoiled paradise that shouldn’t be overlooked by travelers to Hawaii. It puts the term “off the beaten path” into a new perspective, considering its location so close to the bustling action of Oahu and the resort life of Maui. It’s an island that still plays by its own rules and respects and honors its history, and which has managed, against all odds, to make time stand still.   About The island…

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