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The Nature of British Columbia

by Sue @ World Journeys New Zealand

When I dream of Canada, it’s images of vast forests, soaring mountains, grizzlies snapping at salmon that appear.  All that (and more) are what British Columbia, Canada’s western most province, is all about. British Columbia does nature in spades – a wild place where nature, not man, creates the boundaries, and its people, history, and […]

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Meet Some of The World’s Oldest Cities

by Candice Walsh @ GuideAdvisor

There's some dispute over the titles for world's oldest cities, but no matter. They're all worth visiting.

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Movie night at the mall in Cairo!

Movie night at the mall in Cairo!

by jackjasondavis @ A More Gentlemanlike Manner

The Nubian village was our last stop in Aswan; in fact, we brought our luggage with us on the boat so that we could hop right into the taxi and head to the airport.  It was a quick flight back to Cairo where we met our driver. Since it was only 3pm by the time […]

Get To Know New Zealand Guide Tom Taylor

by Sheila Flaumitsch @ GuideAdvisor

An adventure guide to help create your exciting Tanzania safari stories, Roberto has years of experience and will guide you on an adventure of a lifetime.

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Arctic vs Antarctica

by Caroline @ World Journeys Australia

The Arctic and Antarctic both conjure up images of cold, icy, and far-flung lands but what’s the difference? How can you tell the two poles apart? Where are the penguins? What about the bears? 10 important differences to help you choose the pole for you! 1. The Arctic is sea surrounded by land (Greenland, and northern […]

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Seeking help to plan a Christmas trip to Switzerland

by Frostyev @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

Hi there Fodorites, I was wondering whether any of you might be able to help me. My mother is Swiss and has a significant birthday this year so...

Healthy Recipes Using Special K Cereal Healthy For Cheese Macaroni Baked

by @ Project-Css

Ways to Lose Weight Fast. Healthy Recipes Using Special K Cereal Healthy For Cheese Macaroni Baked cooking makes me feel good for down upside cake easy apple choose from over 18 Molten Chocolate Lava Cake Without Eggs recipes from sites like Epicurious and Allrecipes. The Cream Cheese Frosting enhances the flavor making it a bit […]

Alhambra tickets and private tour

by signmeup @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

Hi. We are looking for recommendations of a tour guide for the Alhambra or ways of getting tickets to a sold out day per the site? If I have a...

Ragu alla Bolognese Recipe – How to Make a Traditional Bolognese Sauce

by Terence Carter @ Grantourismo Travels

This Ragu alla Bolognese recipe is based on the traditional recipe for this classic meat sauce from Bologna, Italy, used for both pasta and lasagne. Follow my exacting ingredient list and cooking directions and the result will be a perfect ragù alla Bolognese. This Ragu...

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The Nature of British Columbia

by adminWJAU @ World Journeys Australia

When I dream of Canada, it’s images of vast forests, soaring mountains, grizzlies snapping at salmon that appear.  All that (and more) are what British Columbia, Canada’s western most province, is all about. British Columbia does nature in spades – a wild place where nature, not man, creates the boundaries, and its people, history, and […]

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Food tours in Hoi An

Food tours in Hoi An


Travelfish

Food tours are a way to explore Hoi An through the lens of all things delicious. Here are some of the offerings.

60,000 Jobs available across SC in March

by Chad Dorsett @ 94.1 – The Lake / WSNW

There were more than 60,000 advertised jobs in South Carolina during March, according to the Conference Board’s monthly Help Wanted Online (HWOL) report. That number is down slightly to 60,300 in March from 61,300 in February, reports the South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce (DEW). In March 2018, there were 2.6 ads per 100 people in the state’s civilian [...]

Ngoc Lan

by Hoang Vo @ GuideAdvisor » Guides

I was impressed by Huracars team for its great working environment and professional style. Training is the secret word of the company and I love to train our guides into a good host, the guys are doing a good job a can see that on the reviews and the motivation of our Team. So that […]

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How to Know the Difference Between Dark Spots and Sun Spots

How to Know the Difference Between Dark Spots and Sun Spots

by Andrea Jordan @ StyleCaster

Plus, how to treat them.

Drug Abuse and Addiction to be discussed at Clemson Meeting

by Chad Dorsett @ 94.1 – The Lake / WSNW

115 Americans die every day from an opioid overdose, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The report shows the number of overdose visits to emergency rooms in 2017 rose significantly. “Problems and Solutions, Abuse and Addiction” is the title of a meeting on Tuesday, April 10, at 6:45pm in the McKissick Theatre [...]

Red Star Cake Yeast Recipes Top Pot Beef Ground Crock

by @ Project-Css

Hang mosquito netting over the party table. Red Star Cake Yeast Recipes Top Pot Beef Ground Crock today’s super easy appetizer recipe is my favorite kind of recipe. These easy and delicious Easter dinner solutions offer the flexibility to host a simple soiree! Get ready for an unforgettable Easter dinner party! Afternoon Snack Ideas With […]

Amazonia

by Chris @ World Journeys New Zealand

From the beaches of Copacabana to Condors soaring over the high Andes, South America is one spectacular continent, attracting more than its fair share of superlatives.  Here, size does matter! The Amazon is no exception.  The world’s largest rainforest, its river is the biggest by volume and no less than 6,400 km long, and its […]

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Restaurant Review: Sizzling Sichuan Yakitori at CHIKIN in Bukit Pasoh, Singapore

by Vienna @ City Nomads

. In the eight months after Chikin opened its doors, the hip neon-clad izakaya has steadily gained a reputation for its addictively spicy Szechuan yakitori. Located on Bukit Pasoh, behind the bustling Keong Saik Road, They are all about ‘fun’, from their aesthetic with quirky pop art covering the walls down to the crockery printed with Japanese […]

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Dalat Coffee Tours – How to Savour Dalat’s Growing Coffee Culture

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

Dalat coffee tours are fast becoming a must-do experience in the Central Highlands of Vietnam – the world’s second largest coffee producer after Brazil, the world’s largest grower of Robusta coffee, and a producer of fine Arabica, grown in the country for 150 years. Dalat...

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Philae at night

Philae at night

by jackjasondavis @ Travel – A More Gentlemanlike Manner

Our guide said that if you wanted to see all of Egyptian history in one spot, the temple at Philae would be the place.  It was begun by the ancient pharaohs, expanded into a temple for Isis by the Greeks, further expanded by the Romans, defaced and converted into a church by the Christians, mentioned […]

Custom Vietnam - November 2014

Custom Vietnam - November 2014


Edgewood Travel

Day 1 – Friday 07 Nov 2014: Saigon Arrival (Own tickets/ Flight info To Be Advised) Upon arrival, when you leave the airport terminal please look for a tour guide displaying a welcome signboard...

The Real Reasons These 10 Celebrities Stopped Smoking Weed

The Real Reasons These 10 Celebrities Stopped Smoking Weed

by Jason Pham @ StyleCaster

These stars are done blazing up.

The Colours of India

by Chris @ World Journeys New Zealand

From sleek modernity of New Delhi and the glorious palace hotels of Rajasthan to the ethereal glow of the Taj Mahal at sunrise, the vibrant colour, scent and sounds of India never fail to impress. I have never travelled anywhere else with such an intensity of colour as is found in India.  Our fondness for […]

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Cheap flights to Switzerland

Cheap flights to Switzerland

by AloTrip @ cheap flights – Explore Vietnam with just a click at AloTrip.com

Cheap flights to Switzerland will bring tourists the most convenient and saving journey to the peaceful country with majestic mountains covered by snow and landscape of Great Plains, luxurious watches, beautiful natural scenery and a peaceful life. Switzerland or Swiss Confederation is a landlocked country in Western Europe with the area of about 41,290 square […]

Maldives: A Long way off the honeymoon

by Nanda @ We love it Wild

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Seattle:Safeco Field..need to figure out how to choose seats

by traveler24 @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

Want to buy tickets for Mid July... Never been @ Safeco.... Even looking at seating map not much help. Usually higher the price, the better the...

10 Questions with Sim Sze Wei, Singapore Bacardi Legacy Winner 2018

by Emily Seow @ City Nomads

Global cocktail contests are no joke. In the case of the annual Bacardi Legacy Cocktail Competition, participants could end up with naught after months of hard work and a whole lot of rum. Fortunately, for ATLAS Bar‘s Assistant Head Bartender Sim Sze Wei (affectionately known in the industry as Sim), his competition cocktail Golden Eight […]

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Naoshima: One Day on Japan’s Island of Art

by admin @ GuideAdvisor

Explore Naoshima, the island of art in Japan's Inland Sea.

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Khaki Confidential

by adminWJAU @ World Journeys Australia

Guests on safari say and do the darndest things. This totally anonymous blooper reel will make you smile… Blog courtesy of Claire Trickett and AndBeyond So in the spirit of silly season and not taking life too seriously, today’s blog celebrates the often hilarious things the rangers see and hear while on safari. There’s no […]

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Back already

by noreply@blogger.com (JJD) @ A More Gentlemanlike Manner

Well, we're back. Took off from Delhi at 9:50pm on Sunday and landed in Seattle at 6:55am on Monday. That's only about 9 hours by the clock, but about 20 hours of real-time travel. 


We had a great time, and I wish we could have stayed longer. I also wish we'd had more reliable internet so I could have blogged as we went. As it is, I'll just work on catching up as I go back through pictures over the next several days. 

For now, I'm calling it a night. More soon!

Snapchat Slammed for Prioritizing Kim Kardashian Over YouTube Shooting

Snapchat Slammed for Prioritizing Kim Kardashian Over YouTube Shooting

by Jason Pham @ StyleCaster

Snapchat has come under fire again.

Hoi An Street Food Tour – Our Self-Guided Itinerary for Street Food Lovers

Hoi An Street Food Tour – Our Self-Guided Itinerary for Street Food Lovers


Grantourismo Travels

Hoi An Street Food Tour – our self-guided itinerary for a street food walking tour of the Central Vietnam city enables you to sample Hoi An's specialties.

A Comprehensive Guide to Understanding Exfoliation

A Comprehensive Guide to Understanding Exfoliation

by Nikki Brown @ StyleCaster

Never skip this step.

Swimming with Sharks Fiji

by Michelle Downey @ Bucket List Travel

October 2016 – I went away to Fiji for the High Achievers reward trip.  We stayed at the Hilton Fiji which was lovely and we also got taken on a trip to swim with Black and White tip reef Sharks. …

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2 night cruise – Cruise and Maritime – Magellan

by Admin@BucketListTravel @ Bucket List Travel

In February 2017 I was lucky enough to experience 2 nights from Auckland to Wellington on board the Magellan.   Cruise and Maritime are a company that we don’t hear a lot of down here as they are an English …

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Joseph Nguyen

by Joseph Nguyen @ GuideAdvisor » Guides

I’m Joseph. I graduated from the Hanoi Foreign Language University. With a passion for learning the language and culture of the countries that have led me to guide tourism. And also thanks to the study a foreign language through the learning culture of the countries has helped me to have a better view of the […]

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5 Things To Do in Singapore This Week: 9th to 15th April 2018

by Sybren Rogge @ City Nomads

Besides getting our groove on with a party at Headquarters, this week we’re supporting the album launch of a local young artist at the Esplanade, and two local restaurants hosting award-winning chefs and bartenders for two nights of delicious cocktails and dishes. Rémy Martin Presents: A Tale Of 3 Cities Save the date if you […]

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Bar Review: Iron Balls Gin Parlour on Sukhumvit 45, Phrom Phong, Bangkok

by Yadin Moha @ City Nomads

The humble gin and tonic has a recipe so simple that anyone with opposable thumbs could easily build a decent G&T at home. Is it really worth getting all dressed up and going to a fancy bar in Bangkok to sample this simplest of cocktails? If the bar in question is Iron Balls Gin Parlour, […]

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Christian Heide

by BCNfeeling @ GuideAdvisor » Guides

Originally from Germany I have been living in Amsterdam and Barcelona for several years. Next to my native German I am fluent in Dutch and English. I also speak Spanish. My motivation: Sharing my fascination for Barcelona with travellers from all over the world. While most tours focus on the downtown areas I would like […]

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Cheap flights to Belgium

Cheap flights to Belgium

by AloTrip @ cheap flights – Explore Vietnam with just a click at AloTrip.com

Book cheap flights to Belgium will give you a chance to discover the plains with evergreen forest, the fairy land with beautiful landscapes, pure air and sweet taste of cinnamon buns and chocolate. Belgium, officially Kingdom of Belgium is located in Western Europe. Belgium is a founding member of European Union and the headquarters of […]

Looking for 5 night base in Tuscany

by Suzette85 @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

Hello - Family of 4 with sons ages 18 & 20 going to Italy in early August for 12 days. Like other posters, due to school and other commitments, we...

Is "Train More Scientists" the Answer to Our Economic Woes?

by Melissa Lafsky @ Reality Base

Over at Silicon Alley Insider’s Clusterstock blog, Joe Weisenthal has taken on the science establishment, slapping down the much-bandied conventional wisdom that the solution to society’s ills is to throw money at science education. In his trademark cavalier style, Joe slashes and burns his way through science-related sectors, arguing that more/better scientists are not what […]

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Hoi An, Vietnam

Hoi An, Vietnam


Tash and Jack Travels

Hoi An is an ancient town in the centre of Vietnam and a UNESCO heritage centre. The town was once a major trading port and is now a charming preserved town showcasing rich Vietnamese culture. A sh…

Swiss hiking and strolling

by pbrandes1 @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

My fianc�e and I are looking for the best town in Switzerland to serve as our hub for great summer hikes by day, and nice late afternoon and...

Egypt at the British Museum

Egypt at the British Museum

by jackjasondavis @ A More Gentlemanlike Manner

Guess what?  When you live in London your Egyptian vacation doesn’t have to end when you come home!  Those acquisitive Brits brought a lot of the good stuff home during their colonial heyday. To be honest, it felt a bit strange to see the statues, sarcophagi, and mummies in the British Museum.  I felt like […]

Boating around Aswan

Boating around Aswan

by jackjasondavis @ Travel – A More Gentlemanlike Manner

Our last morning in Aswan was gorgeous!  As if trying to make up for the terrible weather the day before, the air was clear and cool and perfect. We went out on a boat to explore the many little islands that dot the Nile at Aswan.  This part of the Nile is called the First […]

"PopeTube" Launches, Brings New Holiness to Internet

by Melissa Lafsky @ Reality Base

Are You a Vatican, Or a Vatican’t? If you’re Pope Benedict XVI, the answer is clear. The 81-year-old Pope has shown no fear or hesitation when it comes to voicing his view on modern issues and embracing technology, culminating in the rather stunning announcement that His Holiness has now created his very own YouTube channel. […]

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Singapore Staycation Spotlight: InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay

by Emily Seow @ City Nomads

Located in the upscale residential neighbourhood of Robertson Quay, on the fringes of Singapore’s Central Business District, you won’t be faulted for feeling that the InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay is more like a chic serviced condominium than a hotel. That might not be a bad things, to be honest, when it comes to staycation spots […]

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The “other” America

by Chris @ World Journeys Australia

These days travel to the USA is commonplace and travel to South America is by no means rare.  But between these two ‘Americas’ lies a third, extraordinary Central America. South of the US border, you will find magnificent Mexico. Once home to rich pre-Columbian cultures such as the Maya, Toltecs and Aztecs, the ruins of […]

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Dessert Recipes For Summer With Pictures Cake Coffee Pakana Khana

by @ Project-Css

Homeew Beer Recipes. Cooked chicken heals 6 hunger points. Dessert Recipes For Summer With Pictures Cake Coffee Pakana Khana “recipes cooking” + Create Free Alert. Ever wondered in a Russian restaurant and got amazed by the amount of calories that each dish contained? Or maybe thought why do Containers Completely Contain. 12 cup shredded coconut […]

Recipe Tapioca Cake Nutrition Nuts

by @ Project-Css

OMG I want! I saw these over at Recipe Swap Sunday and had to check them out your photo is so pretty and colorful! I love grill out season. Firecracker Grilled Alaska Salmon. recipes seafood kabobs soup microwave campbell Recipe Tapioca Cake Nutrition Nuts these Quick & Easy Dessert Recipes for every occasion are sure […]

Weekly News Roundup: The Ethics of Eight Babies

by Melissa Lafsky @ Reality Base

• Do humans have reproductive limits? And if not physical, how about ethical? • Scientists give a big thumbs up to Obama’s environmental plan. • A handy list of all the biggest “global cooling” hacks, now in bar graph form. • Poor Tesla. The bad news just keeps on comin’. • A universal flu vaccine […]

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Oreos and shopping on our last night in Cairo

Oreos and shopping on our last night in Cairo

by jackjasondavis @ A More Gentlemanlike Manner

The guided part of our stay in Cairo may have ended when the driver dropped us back at the hotel after lunch, but we were far from done with Cairo!  We still had Egyptian pounds to spend and space in our luggage to fill. I was feeling headachy, so I took some Excedrin and a […]

Every Celebrity Who Announced Their Pregnancy in 2018 Thus Far

Every Celebrity Who Announced Their Pregnancy in 2018 Thus Far

by Jason Pham @ StyleCaster

Check out their growing baby bumps.

Get To Know New York City Guide Jeremy

by Sheila Flaumitsch @ GuideAdvisor

Jeremy has made a career out of his passion and fulfilling one of his long time goals - visiting every neighborhood in New York city!

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Recipe For Chocolate Hazelnut Gateau Kill Liver Fluke Does

by @ Project-Css

Emeril Lagasse completes pappardelle with Osso Buco ragu and his own take on Fall River Chow Mein with roasted pork a childhood favorite. Read More: Dormitory Food Microwave-Cooking College Cooking Recipes Easy Cooking Easy Recipes Cheesecake Dessert DC News. Recipe For Chocolate Hazelnut Gateau Kill Liver Fluke Does click here to jump to the recipe […]

One week in France - what to do?

by olivia1216 @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

We are going to France next month for a week and looking at suggestions for things to do. We are planning on going to Paris for 3 nights and the...

How to Experience the French Side of Siem Reap – A Local Guide, Ooh La La!

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

How to experience the French side of Siem Reap is a question we get asked by French travellers and Francophiles on holiday in Cambodia. Siem Reap based French expat Christine Gleizes, owner of chic concept store Christine’s shares her local tips. How to experience the...

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Dimitri Kaulashvili

by TrekGeorgia.com @ GuideAdvisor » Guides

I am English speaking tour guide for cultural and adventure tours in Georgia. I have been working for various tourist companies in Georgia for last 5 years as well as organizing tours throughout Georgia. I love Georgian culture, history and cultural monuments but still my interest and soul belongs to Caucasus mountains. Back in 2013 […]

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Puffins

by denmal @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

We are planning a trip to Ireland. I really want to go to see puffins. We plan to be in Dublin, Cork, Killarney, Limerick, and Galway. Where would be...

Getting from Positano to Capri

by emcash @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

We are traveling from Positano to capri this June. We will be 2 adults and a child with luggage. Is the high speed ferry the best way to get there?...

My Namibian Experience

by Ange @ World Journeys New Zealand

Namibia was an absolute surprise! From the vast wilderness and geological attractions millions of years old to Etosha National Park and surrounding private reserves abundant in wildlife, Namibia was unforgettable. My experiences here rate at the top of all travel opportunities I have ever had. From the first moment here I felt very welcomed in […]

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My Namibian Experience

by Ange @ World Journeys Australia

Namibia was an absolute surprise! From the vast wilderness and geological attractions millions of years old to Etosha National Park and surrounding private reserves abundant in wildlife, Namibia was unforgettable. My experiences here rate at the top of all travel opportunities I have ever had. From the first moment here I felt very welcomed in […]

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Germany useful information

Germany useful information

by AloTrip @ cheap flights – Explore Vietnam with just a click at AloTrip.com

Book cheap flights to Germany to explore the beauty of this country now. Located in the heart of Europe, Germany is usually an attractive destination of tourists by excellent sculptures, ancient castles and is the hometown of world’s famous composers. Germany is located in Central Europe, bordered Denmark to the north, Czech and Poland to […]

Swiss hiking and strolling

by pbrandes1 @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

My fianc�e and I are looking for the best town in Switzerland to serve as our hub for great summer hikes by day, and nice late afternoon and...

The Healthy Ingredients That Are Emerging in K-Beauty

The Healthy Ingredients That Are Emerging in K-Beauty

by Nikki Brown @ StyleCaster

From aloe vera to marine micro-needles.

Changing homes

by noreply@blogger.com (JJD) @ A More Gentlemanlike Manner

Dear readers, after seven great years on Blogger, I've decided to give Wordpress a try.  Check me out over there.

Where will 2018 take you?

by Caroline @ World Journeys New Zealand

There’s nothing like looking forward to a holiday.  The thought of arriving into a new country you’ve never been to before, with that heady mix of excitement and nerves.  In fact, the enjoyment of a holiday can begin even before that, as you deliberate over where to go. Will you witness the Great Migration of […]

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It turns out that traveling makes us far happier than any material wealth ever does

by Michelle Downey @ Bucket List Travel

Why do we head for the shops with such determination as soon as we have money in our wallets? With every new purchase we feel a little happier, but a few days later that satisfaction is often gone without a trace. We at Bright Side decided it was time to get to grips with this problem …

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Dalat Street Food Tour – A Taste of Dalat Style Vietnamese Street Food

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

A Dalat street food tour is a must when you visit Vietnam’s southern Central Highlands city. Famed for its fertile volcanic soil, beautiful fresh local produce, and coffee, tea, and wine, the former French colonial hill station is a fantastic foodie destination, and its street...

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22 Best Egg Recipes for Breakfast for Dinner, Supper and Lunch

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

Our best egg recipes were concocted for breakfast and brunch in kitchens around the world for our Weekend Eggs series. As Easter is ending, we still have eggs on our minds, and the breakfast for dinner trend isn’t going anywhere, I thought it time to...

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Ferries in Amalfi Coast

by tahviln @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

Hello, It is better to buy ferry tickets along Amalfi coast in advance during the summer time? Also, hows the bus situation from Amalfi to Ravello?...

Zendaya Raided Her Grandfather’s Closet and Found Your New Spring Staple

Zendaya Raided Her Grandfather’s Closet and Found Your New Spring Staple

by Katie Stanovick @ StyleCaster

Cool *and* meaningful.

City Nomads' Comprehensive 3-Day Itinerary to Hoi An, Vietnam

City Nomads' Comprehensive 3-Day Itinerary to Hoi An, Vietnam


City Nomads

City Nomads' guide on where to go and what to do, see, and eat in Hoi An, the coastal city in Vietnam known for its well-preserved Ancient Town.

More Sintra questions and train confusion

by Barbara_Mckeon @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

We will be doing a day trip to Sintra from LIsbon mid May and wanted some advice as to the best way to optimize our time there. I see there has been...

35 Perfectly Versatile Jumpsuits to Take You Through Spring

35 Perfectly Versatile Jumpsuits to Take You Through Spring

by Kristen Bousquet @ StyleCaster

One and done.

Photo essay: One road and a tale of cultures

by Max Haensel @ We love it Wild

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The Importance of Cleaning Your Sex Toys and Exactly How to Do It

The Importance of Cleaning Your Sex Toys and Exactly How to Do It

by S. Nicole Lane @ StyleCaster

Make it a habit.

Cooking Issues Sawzall Granite For

by @ Project-Css

Homemade Butternut Squash and Blue Cheese Ravioli With Sage Brown Butter Sauce. “Tired of fried eggplant? Eggplant Parmesan too much of a hassle? I put it in packets and cooked it on the grill. Cooking Issues Sawzall Granite For quick Easy and Cheap Birthday Party Food Ideas It can be tricky finding frugal food options […]

Daniel Draskoczy

by BudapestExplorer @ GuideAdvisor » Guides

Szia! My name is Daniel and I’ve been a tour guide for 7 years. I hold degrees in history and international relations. After living in 3 countries and guiding in 19, I decided to settle down and focus on Budapest. I’m a proud husband and a father. Besides guiding I coordinate a European education program […]

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Aswan – sandstorm and a change of plans

Aswan – sandstorm and a change of plans

by jackjasondavis @ Travel – A More Gentlemanlike Manner

Aswan was the last stop on our cruise, and while there are certainly things to see here, we had planned to use it as a jumping-off point for a more ambitious journey to the great temple of Abu Simbel (an additional 3-hour drive away).  We got up at the ungodly hour of 4am and were […]

Beyond the waters of Mozambique

by Nanda @ We love it Wild

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Getting from Positano to Capri

by emcash @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

We are traveling from Positano to capri this June. We will be 2 adults and a child with luggage. Is the high speed ferry the best way to get there?...

Enchanting Cambodia

by Chris @ World Journeys New Zealand

Hear the name Cambodia and you are instantly transported to the atmospheric mystery of ancient temples shrouded in jungle. But Cambodia is so much more than Angkor Wat, with the palm fringed beaches of Sihanoukville, fishing villages on Tonle Sap Lake, and ever-present saffron clad monks in silent pilgrimage. Where to start?  The capital city, […]

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Things We Can Do To Save Wildlife from Extinction and Save the Planet

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

Things we can do to save wildlife from extinction include everything from symbolically adopting an animal and donating to established wildlife protection and conservation organisations to learning a bit about endangered species and sharing what you learn on social media. I spent some time on...

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Kangaroo Island, South Australia – Wildlife Watching on Australia’s Galapagos Island

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

Kangaroo Island is Australia’s third largest island with 450 kilometres of wild coast, a pristine undeveloped interior, and an abundance of animal and marine life, making it the perfect place for some wildlife watching. Australia’s third largest island after Tasmania and Melville Island north of Darwin,...

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Say It Ain't So: New Yorker Publishes Misleading Climate Piece

by Melissa Lafsky @ Reality Base

We’d expect this sort of thing from the New York Times Magazine perhaps, but the New Yorker? Last week’s issue features an opinion piece by staffer David Owen titled “Economy vs. Environment,” in which he bemoans the apparent contradiction between our economy and the environment, and warns of the economic “abyss” that awaits us all […]

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Booking.com: The largest selection of hotels, homes, and vacation rentals

Booking.com: The largest selection of hotels, homes, and vacation rentals


Booking.com

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Aswan – sandstorm and a change of plans

Aswan – sandstorm and a change of plans

by jackjasondavis @ A More Gentlemanlike Manner

Aswan was the last stop on our cruise, and while there are certainly things to see here, we had planned to use it as a jumping-off point for a more ambitious journey to the great temple of Abu Simbel (an additional 3-hour drive away).  We got up at the ungodly hour of 4am and were […]

Healthy Boxing Day Recipes Biscuits For Gravy Easy

by @ Project-Css

Annual Academy Awards. Utilizing greenery such as bamboo plants or mossy potted plants is a key element to creating the feeling that the peaceful natural world can exist within your walls. Healthy Boxing Day Recipes Biscuits For Gravy Easy sounds Yummy!! I was searching for a good Slow-cooker pork chop recipe. You can also use […]

Cruising Croatia

by Kate Gohar @ World Journeys New Zealand

I had told too many people I could never be a particularly enthusiastic cruise passenger; there seemed to be something rather too jolly about it for my taste. However, boarding a small but perfectly formed, deluxe cruiser to meander along the Croatian coast risked turning me into a big, fat liar. My Croatian friends speak […]

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Weekly News Roundup: Let There Be Stem Cell Trials!

by Melissa Lafsky @ Reality Base

• And we’re a go, people: Get ready for the world’s first study on human embryonic stem cell therapy. • But first, bye bye absurd abortion laws! • The Inauguration killed the Internets! No mere series of tubes can withstand the pressure of this seminal moment in history. • “BarackBerry,” “ObamaBerry”—call it what you will, […]

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OC Aeronautics Commission to meet on April 10

by Chad Dorsett @ 94.1 – The Lake / WSNW

The Oconee County Aeronautics Commission holds their next meeting on Tuesday, April 10. Among the items on the agenda are the airport director’s report, airport association report, commissioners comments and public comments. This meeting is open to the public and takes place at 5:30pm at the Oconee County Regional Airport, located at 365 Airport Road in Seneca.

Nubian village

Nubian village

by jackjasondavis @ Travel – A More Gentlemanlike Manner

After exploring the reedy islands in the Nile, the boat brought us to a small Nubian village on the west bank of the Nile.  Nubians are an ethnic group, with a culture and language distinct from Egyptians, who live in southern Egypt and northern Sudan.  Their traditional homeland was flooded by the Nile dams and […]

Movie night at the mall in Cairo!

Movie night at the mall in Cairo!

by jackjasondavis @ Travel – A More Gentlemanlike Manner

The Nubian village was our last stop in Aswan; in fact, we brought our luggage with us on the boat so that we could hop right into the taxi and head to the airport.  It was a quick flight back to Cairo where we met our driver. Since it was only 3pm by the time […]

AAA Carolinas releases Emotional PSA on Distracted Driving

by Chad Dorsett @ 94.1 – The Lake / WSNW

AAA Carolinas has released an emotional public service announcement (PSA) to raise awareness about the dangers of distracted driving. This comes during Distracted Driving Awareness Month. The purpose of the PSA is to bring attention to the dangerous habit of distracted driving, says AAA Carolinas Foundation for Traffic Safety President Tiffany Wright. “Distracted driving is of epidemic proportions on our [...]

Khaki Confidential

by adminWJNZ @ World Journeys New Zealand

Guests on safari say and do the darndest things. This totally anonymous blooper reel will make you smile… Blog courtesy of Claire Trickett and AndBeyond. So in the spirit of silly season and not taking life too seriously, today’s blog celebrates the often hilarious things the rangers see and hear while on safari. There’s no […]

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Where the Mantas run wild 

by Nanda @ We love it Wild

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Healthy Cooking Substitutions Chart Roma Art

by @ Project-Css

These Christmas No-Bake Chocolate Pumpkin Cookies are my contribution to Sandra’s event! I’ve been looking for more pumpkin recipes. Healthy Cooking Substitutions Chart Roma Art 8ounces lean ground beef pinched into teaspoon-sized free-form meatballs. We supply a regular collection services. It’s perfect for weeknight meals or special occasions! 4 1/2 C rice krispie cereal. If […]

One Week In Vietnam: Where To Go, What To Do, And Most Importantly Where To Eat

One Week In Vietnam: Where To Go, What To Do, And Most Importantly Where To Eat


StyleCaster

Forget what you might think you know about Vietnam. Today the country doesn't resemble how it was depicted in “Apocalypse Now”, “The Deer Hunter", and “Full Metal Jacket.” This is the Vietnam on the cusp of becoming the jewel of Southeast Asia. This skinny sliver of land is about two-thirds the size of California and…

Top Best Dinner Recipes Israeli For Chicken

by @ Project-Css

You can also make your own flatead I’ll post a “not recipe” for that one later. These are the best snacks that you can make very easily in your kitchen. Top Best Dinner Recipes Israeli For Top Best Dinner Recipes Israeli For Chicken Chicken these are useful for Scrabble and other word games. Do geeks […]

The Unconventional Trick Pat McGrath Uses to Perfect Her Foundation Blend

The Unconventional Trick Pat McGrath Uses to Perfect Her Foundation Blend

by Katie Stanovick @ StyleCaster

A no-brainer hidden in plain sight.

Get To Know Sahara Desert Guide Amar

by Sheila Flaumitsch @ GuideAdvisor

Amar's goal is to let you explore the best of Morocco by traveling into the southern country, and to support you with your Morocco Sahara Desert needs.

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Necessary to join a tour throughout China?

by scout89 @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

My sister and I plan to spend 3 weeks in China and Hong Kong from late July to mid-August. Not much has been planned yet other than trying to...

The Inauguration Will Be Televised…And Facebooked, and Twittered, and Texted

by Melissa Lafsky @ Reality Base

In a little under a half hour, Barack Obama will officially take his place as the country’s next POTUS. And while the event will be brimming with historic firsts for the country, the coverage contains plenty of firsts for the integration of technology, politics, and major events. Sure, there’ll be some people who actually attend […]

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Hot Cross Buns Recipe for Easter with a Spicy Fruity Southeast Asian Twist

by Terence Carter @ Grantourismo Travels

My hot cross buns recipe makes a delightful dough that’s rich, spicy and fruity. As I’ve been baking these hot cross buns for Easter in our Cambodian kitchen I’ve given this Good Friday treat a Southeast Asian twist yet still kept the traditional taste. This...

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Join the OHC’s Ancestors Gallery

by Chad Dorsett @ 94.1 – The Lake / WSNW

As part of their mission to promote and preserve the history of Oconee County, the Oconee Heritage Center (OHC) collects historic photographs year round, explains Director and Curator Leslie Hagerty. “The Ancestors Gallery has been a really neat part of the exhibit. Obviously, Oconee County is a big county and historically has quit a few prominent families that it is [...]

What would you do with a free $1,000? - I Will Teach You To Be Rich

What would you do with a free $1,000? - I Will Teach You To Be Rich


I Will Teach You To Be Rich

It’s funny how people talk about wanting to lose 10lbs, but when you ask them if they’ve changed their diet or hit the gym, they say, “Well, I was really busy last week…” Same with money. How many people do … Continued

Egypt at the British Museum

Egypt at the British Museum

by jackjasondavis @ Travel – A More Gentlemanlike Manner

Guess what?  When you live in London your Egyptian vacation doesn’t have to end when you come home!  Those acquisitive Brits brought a lot of the good stuff home during their colonial heyday. To be honest, it felt a bit strange to see the statues, sarcophagi, and mummies in the British Museum.  I felt like […]

Necessary to join a tour throughout China?

by scout89 @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

My sister and I plan to spend 3 weeks in China and Hong Kong from late July to mid-August. Not much has been planned yet other than trying to...

Cambodia Wildlife Experiences – Where to Enjoy Ethical Animal Encounters

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

Cambodia wildlife experiences include everything from spending time with rescued sun bears and moon bears at the Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Centre near Phnom Penh to volunteering at the Elephant Valley Project in the Mondulkiri jungle. Cambodia wildlife experiences don’t get the attention they deserve....

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Seneca Man arrested for Trafficking in Methamphetamine

by Chad Dorsett @ 94.1 – The Lake / WSNW

The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office arrested a Seneca man Thursday on a charge of trafficking in methamphetamine. 29-year-old Matthew Travis Lear of Frenge Branch Road was booked into the Oconee County Detention Center. He was also issued a traffic ticket on a charge of driving under suspension. Thursday afternoon, a deputy from the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office on routine patrol [...]

Tourist attractions in Germany

Tourist attractions in Germany

by AloTrip @ cheap flights – Explore Vietnam with just a click at AloTrip.com

Book cheap flights to Germany to explore the beauty of this country now. Located in the heart of Europe, Germany is usually an attractive destination of tourists by excellent sculptures, ancient castles and is the hometown of world’s famous composers. Germany is located in Central Europe, bordered Denmark to the north, Czech and Poland to […]

Cooking in Hoi An tourism

Cooking in Hoi An tourism

by AloTrip @ cheap flights – Explore Vietnam with just a click at AloTrip.com

Hoi An is famous not only because it is an ancient town, but here, there is also a particularly tourism related to cooking. Lonely Planet has ranked cooking services in Hoi An in the top 10 for visitors to get the special travel experiences in the world. In addition, there are other prominent activities in […]

Singapore Laksa Recipe – How to Make a Spicy Coconut Curry Noodle Soup

by Terence Carter @ Grantourismo Travels

This Singapore laksa recipe is the rich coconut milk-laced version of this Southeast Asian classic noodle soup dish. A great laksa is not made starting from a jar of paste, a great laksa starts with curry paste made from scratch in a mortar and pestle –...

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One Day in Dalat – An Itinerary for a Heady Day in Vietnam’s Coffee Capital

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

One day in Dalat in Vietnam’s Southern Central Highlands most definitely isn’t enough time for this former French colonial hill station and tea, flower and coffee-producing centre, set amidst pine-forested mountains, rolling green hills and serene lakes. But sadly that’s all most travellers allow. Here’s...

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Palak Recipe Manjula Lunch German Easy

by @ Project-Css

NDS]Sekai no Gohan Shaberu! English Activities face Describing faces fitness Okulistik. Palak Recipe Manjula Lunch German Easy it causes a significant increase in water absorption including the eakage of starch granules. Paneer Tikka Masala – By Vahchef @ Vahrehvah.com 07:44. Best Lentil Chili Ever. Real chocolate chaud is so easy to Palak Recipe Manjula Lunch […]

Get To Know Nepal Guide Mahendra Raj Bhusal

by Sheila Flaumitsch @ GuideAdvisor

With a background in Health Care and Social Work, Mahendra gives back with his new career.

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So, You Burned a Professional Bridge—Now What?

So, You Burned a Professional Bridge—Now What?

by Kristen Fischer @ StyleCaster

Find out if the situation is salvageable.

Philae at night

Philae at night

by jackjasondavis @ A More Gentlemanlike Manner

Our guide said that if you wanted to see all of Egyptian history in one spot, the temple at Philae would be the place.  It was begun by the ancient pharaohs, expanded into a temple for Isis by the Greeks, further expanded by the Romans, defaced and converted into a church by the Christians, mentioned […]

Sabin Dangol

by himalayansmile @ GuideAdvisor » Guides

Hello friends!! This is me, your friend Sabin Dangol. I am a licensed trekking and tour guide. I have been working as a tour and trekking guide for more than 8 years. Now I am a trekking leader and travel constant of Himalayan Smile Treks. I’m delighted leading a group and sharing my knowledge and […]

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Alhambra tickets and private tour

by signmeup @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

Hi. We are looking for recommendations of a tour guide for the Alhambra or ways of getting tickets to a sold out day per the site? If I have a...

Cheap flights to Portugal

Cheap flights to Portugal

by AloTrip @ cheap flights – Explore Vietnam with just a click at AloTrip.com

Cheap flights to Portugal will be the perfect choice for the journey to one of the warmest European countries to explore the ancient architectural works, beautiful natural scenery and experience abundant cuisine. Portugal, officially Portuguese Republic is located in the southwest of Europe on Iberian Peninsula. It is the westernmost country of mainland Europe. The […]

City Nomads’ Documentary Of The Month: ‘Tsukiji Wonderland’

by Gary Lim @ City Nomads

When the Japanese restaurant you’re dining at lists Tsukiji Market as its source for fish, you know that you’re in for a treat. For more than 80 years, the venerable fish market in Tokyo has served as the culinary heart of Japan, supporting the country’s food industry and feeding horde after horde of sushi-obsessed tourists. […]

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Japanese Food in Tokyo – Motsuyaki, Yakitori and Yakiniku are What You Need to Eat

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

Japanese food in Tokyo for most culinary travellers means sushi, soba, tempura, and ramen – fish, seafood and noodles – but when I fantasise about eating Japanese food in Tokyo, unlike Jiro I’m not dreaming of sushi. I’m thinking grilling and barbecue. While Jiro dreams...

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Rob Cooper

by Rob Cooper @ GuideAdvisor » Guides

Hello there traveller. I jumped at the opportunity to show off my home State, Tasmania, in 2017 when the well respected tour business, Tasmania i-Drive, became available for purchase. I am a 5th generation Tasmanian and know this part of the world very well. I have travelled to several overseas countries as well as living […]

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More Sintra questions and train confusion

by Barbara_Mckeon @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

We will be doing a day trip to Sintra from LIsbon mid May and wanted some advice as to the best way to optimize our time there. I see there has been...

One week in France - what to do?

by olivia1216 @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

We are going to France next month for a week and looking at suggestions for things to do. We are planning on going to Paris for 3 nights and the...

World Wildlife Day – A Day to Reflect Upon the Value of the World’s Wildlife

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

World Wildlife Day is a global observance day designated by the UN as a day dedicated to celebrating and raising awareness of the world’s wild animals and plants on the brink of extinction. This year’s theme is Big Cats: Predators Under Threat but all the...

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James Muraguri Gichohi

by kenyayouth @ GuideAdvisor » Guides

I James Muraguri Ngungu Gichohi Was Born on 21 st March 1966 at Tumutumu Hospital in Mathira, Nyeri District(County),Kenya.Started my early Education at Musingu Primary school 1971 in Kakamega there after went back to Nyeri Kiarithaini Primary school in 1972. High School. In 1982 I joined Mweru high school in Mukurweini Nyeri and Kiarithaini High […]

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Culinary Delights of Vietnam - 12 Days - Bucket List Travel

Culinary Delights of Vietnam - 12 Days - Bucket List Travel


Bucket List Travel

Vietnamese cuisine is fresh, fragrant and feisty; highly regarded as one of the world's best. Few realize the delicious regional variations that are found in the South, Central, and Northern styles. Experience it all on this 12-day journey up the coast.Enjoy exclusive cooking classes, market tours and meals at top restaurants. Explore the Mekong Delta, ancient Hoi An with its famous tailors, the UNESCO listed Imperial Citadel of Hue, and cruise Halong Bay on a traditional junk to immerse yourself in Vietnamese culture and history. Delightful luxury hotels, experiencing the Vietnamese culture, history, beaches and cuisine will make your trip to Vietnam a dream!•Saigon •Mekong Delta •Cooking Classes •Market Tours •Hoi An •Hue •Hanoi •Halong Bay

SC Salute to Small Business

by Chad Dorsett @ 94.1 – The Lake / WSNW

The South Carolina Salute to Small Business is the Palmetto State’s annual National Small Business Week event. Now in its 13th year, the 2018 Salute will be held Wednesday, May 2, at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center in downtown Columbia. Featuring a procurement opportunity matchmaker, exhibitor showcase, networking time and awards luncheon, the mission of the event is to connect [...]

Light and dark

Light and dark

by jackjasondavis @ A More Gentlemanlike Manner

Two good things from today: Daffodils on my dresser, an exuberant reminder that spring is finally here . . . . . . and the Royal Opera’s production of Coraline, a new opera based on Neil Gaiman’s creepy novella about a little girl who learns to appreciate her boring, annoying parents after she’s nearly snatched […]

Healthy Cooking Recipes On A Budget Washington Classes Dc Kid

by @ Project-Css

Programs include Biography Law and Order movies mysteries Simon and Simon Bob Vila’s Guide to Historic Homes. Healthy Cooking Recipes On A Budget Washington Classes Dc Kid i just had some on a hamburger bun with mustard and chunky salsa. 2 Flares Twitter 0 Facebook 2 Google+ 0 StumbleUpon 0 2 Flares . Product Description […]

Can't log in on laptop

by kybourbon @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

I am posting from my tablet. On my laptop, I was having problems with the site being slow, but not other websites. Rebooted my computer, attempted to...

Get To Know Scotland Guide Andrew Baxter

by Sheila Flaumitsch @ GuideAdvisor

I am delighted to explore the country I am proud to call home with visitors and helping them discover more about Scotland's landscape, legends and history.

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Where will 2018 take you?

by adminWJAU @ World Journeys Australia

There’s nothing like looking forward to a holiday.  The thought of arriving into a new country you’ve never been to before, with that heady mix of excitement and nerves.  In fact, the enjoyment of a holiday can begin even before that, as you deliberate over where to go. Will you witness the Great Migration of […]

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Cheap flights to Poland

Cheap flights to Poland

by AloTrip @ cheap flights – Explore Vietnam with just a click at AloTrip.com

With cheap flights to Poland of reputable airlines in Asia and Europe, tourists will have a chance to visit architectural works imbued with the medieval imprints on the carriage like in the fairytale of the land of poplar trees. Poland, officially Republic of Poland is a country in Middle Europe. This country borders Ukraine, Russian […]

Boating around Aswan

Boating around Aswan

by jackjasondavis @ A More Gentlemanlike Manner

Our last morning in Aswan was gorgeous!  As if trying to make up for the terrible weather the day before, the air was clear and cool and perfect. We went out on a boat to explore the many little islands that dot the Nile at Aswan.  This part of the Nile is called the First […]

Vegan Mexican Soup Recipes Banana Flower

by @ Project-Css

My Mum’s Home-Made Lemon Curd. Last but not least stir in the chips. Vegan Mexican Soup Recipes Banana Flower father’s Day is June 16 2013. Love the chocolate syrup recipe. It was the first place I went! I knew he was the one when I met him freshman year of high school. Parents of 5 […]

Exploring Cairo

Exploring Cairo

by jackjasondavis @ A More Gentlemanlike Manner

Last day in Egypt!  The day got off to a bumpy start when our original tour guide  canceled for health reasons and we got one of the office administrators instead (he was a sweet guy but his English wasn’t as good and he was both awkward at playing host and painfully apologetic for everything).  Eventually […]

Discover Edinburgh’s Wild Side

by Glen2Glen @ GuideAdvisor

Most capital cities have a special green space somewhere near its centre and Edinburgh is no different.

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Seattle:Safeco Field..need to figure out how to choose seats

by traveler24 @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

Want to buy tickets for Mid July... Never been @ Safeco.... Even looking at seating map not much help. Usually higher the price, the better the...

Healthy Good Juicer Recipes White Sausage

by @ Project-Css

Country’s Barbecue of Prattville. cup sugar (optional depending on dessert recipes delicious magazine cook jasmine perfect rice the sweetness of your fruit). Healthy Good Juicer Recipes White Sausage i think we know where I stand on this.” Posted in Pie and tagged blackberry blueberry lattice top crust Pie Pillsbury raspberry simple summer three berry triple […]

Chợ Xuân ở Sài Gòn

Chợ Xuân ở Sài Gòn

by noreply@blogger.com (Alo Trip Vietnam) @ Explore Vietnam with just a click at AloTrip.com

Đường Hải Thượng Lãn Ông ngự tại Quận 5. Con đường chuyên bán những phụ kiện ngày tết lớn nhất ở Sài Gòn, được người dân nơi đây ưu ái gọi với cái tên Chợ Xuân. Đến Chợ Xuân bạn có thể tìm mua bất kỳ một phụ kiện hay đồ dùng nào trang trí cho căn nhà của mình thêm lung linh ấm cúng mỗi dịp tết xuân về. Từ lâu Chơ Xuân đã làm nên một thương hiệu rất riêng cho tp Hồ Chí Minh trong mắt bạn bè quốc tế. Cứ mỗi dịp giáp tết nơi đây lại thu hút khá đông khách du lịch ghé thăm.



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Arctic vs Antarctica

by Caroline @ World Journeys New Zealand

The Arctic and Antarctic both conjure up images of cold, icy, and far-flung lands but what’s the difference? How can you tell the two poles apart? Where are the penguins? What about the bears? 10 important differences to help you choose the pole for you! 1. The Arctic is sea surrounded by land (Greenland, and northern […]

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8 Things to Do in Bali This Month: April 2018

by Chitra Ananda @ City Nomads

This month, besides the sand, sea, and surf, Bali’s leading food festival returns with an exciting line up and an equally stellar rotation of DJs and musicians visiting to give the island paradise‘s nightlife scene a boost. Read more for our top picks of events, parties, and festivals going on in Bali this April: Sasha x […]

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The Weekly Grub: 5 Things To Eat and Drink In Singapore This Week

by Vienna @ City Nomads

Go traditional this week with authentic Peranakan fare and Cantonese dim sum, or kick back with cocktails made with fresh garden herbs at Oxwell & Co’s Rooftop bar. If you’re travelling soon and looking to indulge in premium wines and spirits, check out the seventh edition of DFS Masters of Wine and Spirits this month. Rolling […]

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P&O Short Break Cruise – Pacific Pearl

by Admin@BucketListTravel @ Bucket List Travel

  In March 2017 I returned from the 4 night Bay of Islands P&O cruise on the Pacific Pearl.  This was the last voyage that we could go on before she cruised up to Singapore to then move onto her …

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Italy & Switzerland seld drive

by bluemooseband @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

looking for ideas and suggestions for a self drive in 2019, likely Sept / Oct.... early planning, but thinking of flying to Vencie, spend 2-3 days...

Disabilities don’t have to be Impediments to Working

by Chad Dorsett @ 94.1 – The Lake / WSNW

Help is available to people with disabilities looking for work in Oconee and Pickens counties. A statewide agency provides an array of services to these individuals, explains Sheila Ford, Supervisor of the South Carolina Vocational Rehabilitation Department serving Oconee and Pickens counties. “The mission statement for the South Carolina Vocational Rehabilitation Department is that we prepare and assist eligible individuals [...]

Archaeology Talks, Theatrical Tours, and Other Happenings at Singapore Art Museum in April 2018

by Gary Lim @ City Nomads

Want to get artsy again this month? Well, the Singapore Art Museum (SAM) has you covered with a new line-up of promising programmes, including public archaeological activities and immersive tours. This comes in anticipation of the contemporary art museum’s 2018 editions of Imaginarium and Signature Art Prize, two exhibitions opening next month in May. First […]

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Will an Obama Administration Be Good for Women in Science?

by Melissa Lafsky @ Reality Base

The scientific community has spent plenty of time rejoicing the new pro-science era, and our spanking new president has continued to give every assurance (including a shout-out in his inauguration speech!) that he will make good on his promises to prioritize science and base policy decisions on actual scientific evidence. But could all this pro-science […]

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The Fullerton Hotel’s Iconic Chocolate Buffet Is Back, and It’s More Chocolatey Than Ever

by Gary Lim @ City Nomads

There are few words in the dictionary that oozes more seduction than “chocolate”. Throw in “free-flow buffet”, and we’re salivating. Is it the result of many childhood days reading about Willy Wonka and his magnificent chocolate factory? Perhaps, but that is fiction. The legendary Chocolate Buffet at The Fullerton Hotel in Singapore, though, is real […]

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Can't log in on laptop

by kybourbon @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

I am posting from my tablet. On my laptop, I was having problems with the site being slow, but not other websites. Rebooted my computer, attempted to...

Beyoncé’s 6-Year-Old Daughter, Blue Ivy, Has Her Own Stylist and Personal Shopper

Beyoncé’s 6-Year-Old Daughter, Blue Ivy, Has Her Own Stylist and Personal Shopper

by Jason Pham @ StyleCaster

We're officially jealous.

Traditional Vietnamese Tet food

Traditional Vietnamese Tet food

by noreply@blogger.com (Alo Trip Vietnam) @ Explore Vietnam with just a click at AloTrip.com

Enchanting Cambodia

by Chris @ World Journeys Australia

Hear the name Cambodia and you are instantly transported to the atmospheric mystery of ancient temples shrouded in jungle. But Cambodia is so much more than Angkor Wat, with the palm fringed beaches of Sihanoukville, fishing villages on Tonle Sap Lake, and ever-present saffron clad monks in silent pilgrimage. Where to start?  The capital city, […]

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FEEDBACK OF www.any-destination.com.....anyone knows them?

by doloresmercado @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

I about to book the only tour provider leaving Athens at 1730 to enjoy the sunset at Cape Sounion/Temple of Poseidon Did anyone hire them? thank...

Photo essay: Beyond the outback of Kimberley

by Nanda @ We love it Wild

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Charged With a Crime? Better Check Your Facebook Pictures - Reality Base

Charged With a Crime? Better Check Your Facebook Pictures - Reality Base


Reality Base

Earlier this year, the realms of law and new media collided when Lori Drew was hit with federal charges for creating a fake MySpace page and harassing a neighboring teenager, who then committed suicide. In another case of courtrooms v. technology, prosecutors are reportedly searching Facebook and MySpace for photos of defendants to use as …

Cruising Croatia

by Kate Gohar @ World Journeys Australia

I had told too many people I could never be a particularly enthusiastic cruise passenger; there seemed to be something rather too jolly about it for my taste. However, boarding a small but perfectly formed, deluxe cruiser to meander along the Croatian coast risked turning me into a big, fat liar. My Croatian friends speak […]

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Economic Crises (Like This One) Lead to Higher Murder & Suicide Rates

by Melissa Lafsky @ Reality Base

It doesn’t come as much of a surprise, but now there’s data to prove it: Rises in unemployment similar to those in the current economic crisis increase homicide and suicide rates, according to researchers at the University of Oxford and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. In the upcoming edition of the Lancet, […]

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The Colours of India

by Chris @ World Journeys Australia

From sleek modernity of New Delhi and the glorious palace hotels of Rajasthan to the ethereal glow of the Taj Mahal at sunrise, the vibrant colour, scent and sounds of India never fail to impress. I have never travelled anywhere else with such an intensity of colour as is found in India.  Our fondness for […]

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Seeking help to plan a Christmas trip to Switzerland

by Frostyev @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

Hi there Fodorites, I was wondering whether any of you might be able to help me. My mother is Swiss and has a significant birthday this year so...

Vietnam Airlines long haul flights with cocktails

Vietnam Airlines long haul flights with cocktails

by AloTrip @ cheap flights – Explore Vietnam with just a click at AloTrip.com

Cocktail is a mixed drink is blended from wines and fruit juices and considered a popular drink of numerous people. Also, it is a diverse beverage in menu of bars in the world. Drinking cocktail is not only to refresh, but also to enjoy the taste, color, decorative art. Therefore, Vietnam Air has selected cocktails designed by […]

Italy & Switzerland seld drive

by bluemooseband @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

looking for ideas and suggestions for a self drive in 2019, likely Sept / Oct.... early planning, but thinking of flying to Vencie, spend 2-3 days...

Puffins

by denmal @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

We are planning a trip to Ireland. I really want to go to see puffins. We plan to be in Dublin, Cork, Killarney, Limerick, and Galway. Where would be...

Weekly News Roundup: Birds and a Plane

by Melissa Lafsky @ Reality Base

• The science of birds taking down a commercial plane—and how the danger could apply to NASA as well. • “Scientific and legal integrity” to return to the EPA. And not a moment too soon. • A ruckus brews over cookies at the White House—and we don’t mean the kind with sugar and sprinkles. • […]

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Looking for 5 night base in Tuscany

by Suzette85 @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

Hello - Family of 4 with sons ages 18 & 20 going to Italy in early August for 12 days. Like other posters, due to school and other commitments, we...

Cooking Pizza On A Cookie Sheet For Two Dinner Night Date

by @ Project-Css

Skip directly to the appropriate section: A dark own top and bottom and creamy yellow sponge cake on sides gives I have also seen some recipes that require extra steps and ingredients but I made this recipe as simple as possible without losing authentic flavor. Cooking Pizza On A Cookie Sheet For Two Dinner Night […]

The “other” America

by Chris @ World Journeys New Zealand

These days travel to the USA is commonplace and travel to South America is by no means rare.  But between these two ‘Americas’ lies a third, extraordinary Central America. South of the US border, you will find magnificent Mexico. Once home to rich pre-Columbian cultures such as the Maya, Toltecs and Aztecs, the ruins of […]

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Geoff L

by London Top Sights @ GuideAdvisor » Guides

I’ve been lucky enough to see a lot of the world and have been on many many many tours… So I thought I would take the best bits from those tours and give visitors to London tours of the best sights the city has to offer. Before i started this tour company i worked in […]

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8 Surprising Facts That You Never Knew About Camila Cabello

8 Surprising Facts That You Never Knew About Camila Cabello

by Jason Pham @ StyleCaster

Get to know the rising pop star.

Khao Soi Gai Recipe – How to Make Chiang Mai Curry Noodle Chicken Soup 

by Terence Carter @ Grantourismo Travels

This khao soi gai recipe makes the delicious Chiang Mai curry noodle chicken soup that is as beloved by foreign visitors as much as locals in the Northern Thailand city. Slurped at market stalls, simple eateries and fancy restaurants, khao soi gai quickly becomes addictive....

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Get To Know Tanzania Guide Roberto

by Sheila Flaumitsch @ GuideAdvisor

An adventure guide to help create your exciting Tanzania safari stories, Roberto has years of experience and will guide you on an adventure of a lifetime.

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We Found 40 of the Best Denim Jackets Out There Right Now

We Found 40 of the Best Denim Jackets Out There Right Now

by simplyaudreekate @ StyleCaster

Look no further.

Popular flights to Denmark

Popular flights to Denmark

by AloTrip @ cheap flights – Explore Vietnam with just a click at AloTrip.com

Quickly book cheap flights to Denmark of prestigious airlines to explore the happiest country in the world, ancient architectural works, and beautiful natural landscapes and visit the home of Andersen tales. Denmark has an area of nearly 43,000km² and the population of 6 million people. The country is located in the Northern Europe, the southernmost […]

Christmas trip to Vietnam/Cambodia

by movingsiren @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

Hi all, Thank you so much for all the comments and tips on my previous post. I have now revised our itinerary. I've dropped Laos and added time...

Millesgården in Stockholm

by Polina @ GuideAdvisor

Explore Millesgården in Stockholm, Sweden, a former residence, studio and now museum of the famous Swedish sculptor Carl Milles and his wife Olga.

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Everything You Need to Know About Sex Machines

Everything You Need to Know About Sex Machines

by Katie Smith @ StyleCaster

Plus, the most popular types you can get today.

Christmas trip to Vietnam/Cambodia

by movingsiren @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

Hi all, Thank you so much for all the comments and tips on my previous post. I have now revised our itinerary. I've dropped Laos and added time...

The unspoiled island

by Nanda @ We love it Wild

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Simon Milambo

by simomilambo @ GuideAdvisor » Guides

Your passionate tour and travel consultant based in Nairobi Kenya. Planning, organizing and executing all East African safari tour destinations. Myself and a team of African Safari tour guides who shared the same passion to travel and explore the world decided to start a company Wild-Race Africa Safari holidays to help give our job more […]

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Temple of Horus at Edfu

Temple of Horus at Edfu

by jackjasondavis @ Travel – A More Gentlemanlike Manner

Our first stop up the river was the Temple of Horus at Edfu.  We arrived sometime during the night and took a horse buggy into town to see the temple. The temple here is the best preserved of all the temples we saw.  Aside from the early Christians’ attempts to deface the “pagan idols” the […]

Cruising up the Nile

Cruising up the Nile

by jackjasondavis @ Travel – A More Gentlemanlike Manner

As anyone who has read Agatha Christie’s Death on the Nile knows, the best way to travel up the Nile is by boat — so of course that’s what we did.  We used Luxor as our starting point and then working our way south toward Aswan aboard a river cruiser that may not have been as […]

Lucy Hale Dyed Her Hair Golden-Blonde, and It’ll Be Your New Spring Color

Lucy Hale Dyed Her Hair Golden-Blonde, and It’ll Be Your New Spring Color

by Jason Pham @ StyleCaster

Going to the salon ASAP.

Oreos and shopping on our last night in Cairo

Oreos and shopping on our last night in Cairo

by jackjasondavis @ Travel – A More Gentlemanlike Manner

The guided part of our stay in Cairo may have ended when the driver dropped us back at the hotel after lunch, but we were far from done with Cairo!  We still had Egyptian pounds to spend and space in our luggage to fill. I was feeling headachy, so I took some Excedrin and a […]

Ferries in Amalfi Coast

by tahviln @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

Hello, It is better to buy ferry tickets along Amalfi coast in advance during the summer time? Also, hows the bus situation from Amalfi to Ravello?...

Cheap flights to Czech

Cheap flights to Czech

by AloTrip @ cheap flights – Explore Vietnam with just a click at AloTrip.com

Book cheap flights to Czech, passengers will discover a treasure of knowledge about culture, art and medieval architectural works. The trip will not let you down with splendid ancient buildings, various culinary dishes and entertainment center. The Czech Republic is a landlocked country in Central Europe. It borders Poland to the north, German to the […]

Opening Reception Tonight for Quilt and Graffiti Exhibit

by Chad Dorsett @ 94.1 – The Lake / WSNW

The Gateway Arts Center holds an opening reception tonight, April 6, for “Stories and Statements”, which is a quilt and graffiti exhibit. From 5-7:30pm, speaker and quilt historian Laurel Horton will be on hand to lend her insight into the history of quilts in our area. Enjoy heavy appetizers and beverages while you explore this vibrant and interesting exhibit, which [...]

Best Chocolate Shops in the World – and Sweet Lodgings for Chocolate Lovers

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

The best chocolate shops in the world are in the cities you expect to find them – Barcelona, Vienna and Paris. This is our guide to the finest chocolate makers and chocolate houses in three of our favourite European cities –  and our tips for...

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Amazonia

by Chris @ World Journeys Australia

From the beaches of Copacabana to Condors soaring over the high Andes, South America is one spectacular continent, attracting more than its fair share of superlatives.  Here, size does matter! The Amazon is no exception.  The world’s largest rainforest, its river is the biggest by volume and no less than 6,400 km long, and its […]

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FEEDBACK OF www.any-destination.com.....anyone knows them?

by doloresmercado @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

I about to book the only tour provider leaving Athens at 1730 to enjoy the sunset at Cape Sounion/Temple of Poseidon Did anyone hire them? thank...

Make plans to attend Jazz Fest 2018

by Chad Dorsett @ 94.1 – The Lake / WSNW

If you enjoyed the opening night of Jazz on the Alley last night, then you will love three nights of the event planned for April 19-21. Seneca Mayor Dan Alexander says he is looking forward to Jazz Fest 2018. “Events Coordinator Riley Johnson and I talked about what we could do a little different. One thing that we do every [...]

Welcome President Obama! Now About Those Stem Cell Laws…

by Melissa Lafsky @ Reality Base

So it happened: Barack Obama has officially taken his place as the country’s 44th President  (complete with a shout-out to science during the inaugural address!). And, with the country facing enough massive problems to sink a fleet of aircraft carriers, the word is he’ll waste no time  getting to work. But what can a new […]

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Nubian village

Nubian village

by jackjasondavis @ A More Gentlemanlike Manner

After exploring the reedy islands in the Nile, the boat brought us to a small Nubian village on the west bank of the Nile.  Nubians are an ethnic group, with a culture and language distinct from Egyptians, who live in southern Egypt and northern Sudan.  Their traditional homeland was flooded by the Nile dams and […]

Exploring Cairo

Exploring Cairo

by jackjasondavis @ Travel – A More Gentlemanlike Manner

Last day in Egypt!  The day got off to a bumpy start when our original tour guide  canceled for health reasons and we got one of the office administrators instead (he was a sweet guy but his English wasn’t as good and he was both awkward at playing host and painfully apologetic for everything).  Eventually […]

Victoria Beckham’s Dermatologist Recommends This $5 Drugstore Face Wash

Victoria Beckham’s Dermatologist Recommends This $5 Drugstore Face Wash

by Jason Pham @ StyleCaster

That's a price point that we can get behind.

Tonga – Swimming With The Humpback Whales

by Cathy Crawford @ Bucket List Travel

August 2017 – I went on holiday to Tonga hoping to be able to tick off one of the experiences on the top of my bucket list which I’ve dreamt about doing for a very long time – swim with …

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Temple at Kom Ombo

Temple at Kom Ombo

by jackjasondavis @ A More Gentlemanlike Manner

We sailed from Edfu up the river to Kom Ombo where another temple from the Greco-Roman period of Egypt stood on the shore.  Despite the blistering heat — at 3pm we were at the worst time of day for this, with temperatures well over 100 F — we climbed out and went exploring. We didn’t […]

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