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21 Apr Avoiding stress in Aruba

Aruba lies close to the equator, a consistent eastern trade wind cools the island and prevents storms from hovering over the island. As a result, Aruba averages a mere 18 inches of precipitation a year, with most rain falling between October and January. This trade wind also creates impeccable conditions on the eastern coast for sports such as windsurfing. On the other hand, the calm waters of the western coast are great for scuba diving...

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13 Apr What you need to know before arriving to Australia

Australia is its own continent, the only country in the world that can say as much. It covers roughly 3 million square miles and is about the size of the continental United States. The capital is Canberra, but Sydney is the biggest city with 4.2 million people. The climate of Australia is extremely dry inland with more temperate conditions along the coast. The population centers are primarily along the coast due to soaring temperatures inland. Australia...

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03 Apr North Carolina Triangle: starting in Cary

The city of Cary is located near to Raleigh. When it was first settled in 1750, it was named Bradford’s Ordinary. The name of Cary wasn’t given to the city until over 100 years later when Allison Francis “Frank” Page and his wife purchased 300 acres of land in the area. He then named his development Cary in honor of a prohibitionist he admired by the name of Samuel Fenton Cary. Page then built a...

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21 Mar Some plans in Frankfurt you may not know

Frankfurt is one of those German cities that is popular and accessible for all type of budgets because of the incredible economical activity. Moreover it is a typical business destination. During this new year we also have a proposal regarding this capital that has to do with the many cultural and leisure plans you can find in the streets. Let’s take a look. Frankfurt and 5 places to see during this winter The great Frankfrut has, at...

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14 Mar The underground city in Montreal

Canada surprises all type of travellers because it is really different from the main places in Europe (apart of course of the Northern countries). Although they are the USA neighbours, the way they understand life, the social system or even the sanitary one is really different. You can enjoy Montreal, one of the jewels of the country and moreover during winter if you want to discover the underground city they have designed to pass the...

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06 Mar Must visits if you travel to Buenos Aires for a short term

Buenos Aires is one of those destinations that are getting more and more popular each year. If you just have a few days, we recommend you, at least, to discover three of the most famous areas of the capital. Discover the 3 typical suburbs in Buenos Aires 1.- La Boca: this typical suburb is nowadays one of the most popular ones although we are talking about the poorest area of the city. You will enjoy the Boca...

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27 Feb A new sensation when travelling to India

India is more of a continent than a country. This subcontinent covers every topographical wonder, from white sandy island beaches and tropical forests to high deserts and soaring mountain ranges. Discover 5,000 years of human history, beginning with one of the oldest civilizations of the Indus River Valley who merged with Aryan invaders around 1500 B.C.E. to create the classic Indian culture that still thrives today. With 26 World Heritage Sites sprinkled about the country,...

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17 Feb Your first time in Kenya: what you need to know

Kenya is a part of the vast continent of Africa and yet it can provide you with an experience that is out of Africa. A Kenyan Safari is something that everyone visiting Africa should go for. The beaches of Kenya are untouched and unexplored. There is a vast coastline, which is protected by Coral reefs and hence is devoid of any pollution or sharks. You might be the only people on this beach except for...

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07 Feb The exclusive The Hamptons for a vacation

Located on the North and South Fork of Long Island the area known as the Hamptons is one of the most popular vacation spots in New York. The Hamptons has a deep rich history that goes back to the 1600’s. Like many other New England colonies it was originally farmland, over the years it port of trade, Revolutionary War staging point, refuge for artists and poets, and favorite vacation spot. There are even legends the...

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24 Jan Hollidays in California, enjoying beaches

What makes California one of the most popular American destinations? Is it because of the beaches? Is it the weather? How about the many theme parks? Or maybe it is the beautiful scenery? Try all of the above! There is something for everyone in California. Whether you want a relaxing vacation with no cares or worries, or if you just want to have plain old fun, California has you covered! One of the biggest Californian attractions is...

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