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5 “must-see” Attractions in Jaipur

Whatever site you choose to see in Jaipur, you can be certain that each one will be reminiscent of an ancient heritage. Here are our top 5 picks.   City Palace This was once the home of the royal family of Jaipur, and it shows how some of the wealthiest people in India lived. The

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Head to Kenya to See Africa’s “Big Five”

Kenya is known as the home of Africa’s “Big Five” in the animal kingdom … read more to find out who the big five are, and what to expect when you visit this great, wild community.   A wide array of habitats make Kenya a perfect place for many species to co-habitate. Imagine all the

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Get on an Exciting Bulgarian Adventure on the Rhodopes

With only a fourth of Rhodopes lying in Greece, you might want to get a Bulgarian holiday instead if you really want to see the most exciting activities available on this mountain range. A wealth of culture is boasted by the Rhodopes, and this can be seen in the conventional Bulgarian architecture being incorporated into

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Amazing Barcelona the time to go is now !!!

   Amidst the bustling city of Barcelona lies a hive of activity and an abundance of things to see and do for all ages.  Alongside the renowned architecture of Gaudi and the “must see” museums and monuments, there are plenty of other hidden gems within this vibrant metropolis. If you’re in the mood to be

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Ukulele Galore at the Duke of Uke, London

If ukuleles have always fascinated you, then we know a shop in London that is just the right shopping destination for you! A Typical Ukulele   Whether you wanted a classic, vintage ukulele or one with a modern touch, the Duke of Uke in London has it all for you. In addition, this instrument shop

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Go Japanese when Dining in London at the Roka Restaurant

Get a personal dining experience of the izakaya at our featured resto of the day. Take witness of Japanese chefs cooking at an open charcoal grill at Roka, where must-haves are the sashimi and sushi, including unique fares, such as the robata grills of meat, veggies and fish, the tuna tartar that goes with quail’s

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Travel Tip: Dublin on Foot

Explore Ireland’s most populous city on your own. Father Matthew Bridge, Dublin Dublin is a famous gateway to Ireland, so aside from its nightlife venues and vibrancy, many international travelers have noticed that there is an abundance of travel attractions in the capital itself. The city could be toured on foot, and one particular landmark

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Get a Whole New Level of Underwater Fun with the BladeFish Seajet

Get one of the best travel companions when snorkeling with our featured travel gadget of the day. Pillar Collar Get a graceful and gentle tour of the coral reefs underwater with the 2.5mph speed provided by the BladeFish Seajet. This $466-worth of travel gadget will propel you underwater for a maximum of 40 minutes, just

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Land, Water, and Sky: See the Animals of Peru

For some serious animal-watching, consider the jungles and waters of Peru, where wildlife has been respected and man has lived in parallel with animals for thousands of years. Land, water, and sky. Each habitat offers a nearly endless spectrum of the wildlife that has been native to Peru since before ancient civilizations came about. You

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Turkey – The Other Holy Land

Turkey is not only known for having multi-cultural faiths, as is popular in many areas of the world, but for creating the ability to seamlessly harmonize its three prime religions in the land and in its people. Christianity, Judaism, and Islamic – these are the three religions that have survived the past persecutions on diversity

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