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Australia Invites Cricket Fans for World Cup – 2015

Written on January 13, 2015 in Australia

Most awaited event for Cricket lovers, ICC ODI World Cup will start on February 14, 2015. ICC ODI World Cup 2015 which will be the 11th World Cup, hosted by two countries New Zealand and Australia. Out of 49 World Cup matches Australia will hosts 26 matches which will be played in seven grounds including...

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Marvelous City in New York – Manhattan

Written on January 4, 2015 in Cities of North America

The mecca of American business and luxury, Manhattan is home to some of the finest hotels in the world. Island of Manhattan Welcome to Manhattan in New York City. The best NYC attractions reside in Manhattan, and this famous NY borough also features some of the best restaurants in NYC. Manhattan is the premier destination...

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The Sea of Seven Colors : San Andres

Written on December 31, 2014 in Cities of South America

San Andres has Dutch, Spanish, English and African influences – a truly multicultural island! Caribbean Island San Andres has more in that serene vastness. San Andres is the best place on the Caribbean. San Andres is a duty-free port welcoming visitors to its lushly green landscape, isolated cays and almost private beaches. Most of the...

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The Secret Island Eleuthera – Bahamas

Written on December 30, 2014 in Islands

The boom-bust cycle of once-glamorous Eleuthera, the island remains a sleepy backwater with no shortage of stunning. Secret Island On Earth Eleuthera is known for its magnificent beaches and its laid back Bahama charm. Shock clear turquoise and blue colored waters ring this 100 mile narrow strip of land providing a number of tropical vacation...

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Recreating the Life in Budapest – Hungary

Written on December 27, 2014 in Europe

“Little Paris of Middle Europe”, Budapest is famous  for monuments reflecting its own 1,000-year-old culture and for the relics of others who settled here. Establishing the City The capital has two sides, Buda and Pest, stretching along the banks of the Danube, representing two different characters of the city. Suburban Buda and its h...

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Discover Extraordinary Vacation of Morocco

Written on November 23, 2014 in Africa

Walk from the Saharan sands to the Atlas mountains and enjoy the infinite variety of Moroccan landscapes. Nature views Undulating dunes, arid and rocky plateaus, secret gorges, lush green valleys, forests of cedar, Alep pine and cork oak… Nature has remained authentic everywhere. As you approach the Atlas mountains, the landscape becomes greener,...

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Most Out Of Lonely Planet Antarctica

Written on September 23, 2014 in Holiday at Hill Station

Antarctica is pushed into the earth by the weight of its ice sheets If they melted, it would “spring back” about 500m (1 625 ft). It would do this very   slowly taking about 10,000 years to do so. No place on Earth compares to this vast white wilderness of elemental forces: snow, ice, water, rock. Antarctica is simply stunning. A...

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Cultural Capital – Melbourne Australia

Written on September 13, 2014 in Australia

Venture into laneways and high on rooftops to unlock Melbourne’s secrets, whether you’ve got one, two or three days in Australia’s culture capital. Melbourne Cultural Capital Melbourne is renowned as Australia’s cultural capital. The city has a decidedly European feel, with neo-Gothic banks and cathedrals, much-loved department ...

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Plan Your Victoria Holiday – Australian State

Written on September 12, 2014 in Australia

The state of Victoria is the second largest economy in Australia after New South Wales, accounting for a quarter of the nation’s gross domestic product.  Victoria State of South Australia Victoria is possibly Australia’s most diverse state. In a half-hour drive from Melbourne you could be taking in mist-laden mountain ranges and fern gulli...

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The 100-Mile Diet in Vancouver- Canada

Written on September 7, 2014 in Canada

What started as a humble dining-room experiment eventually took the form of an alternative food movement. See why the 100-Mile Diet has both environmentalists and foodies asking for seconds. It all began one autumn when Alisa Smith and James MacKinnon ran out of food when vacationing in a remote cabin in northern British Columbia, Canada....

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