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The Carnival in Cusco and the Rafting on Urumamba
Submitted by kiwi on 2006-11-21 04:31:32 (via volker.umpfenbach.de)
Here you will find out what to expect if you plan to travel to Peru in February and you happen to visit Cusco city, or decide to go on a rafting tour on the wildest parts of Urumamba - I wouldn't dare do it in February. Brrr!
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There is Only One Reason to Go to Trinidad
Submitted by cleo on 2006-11-21 03:05:14 (via www.break-fresh-ground.com)
The Carnival! In Trinidad it stands for a tremendous party with steel bands, fetes, masquerades, absolutely beautiful women and music. Wow! These people know how to party. It would be quite something to experience it one day.
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Ciudad del Este, Paraguay - Itaipu Dam, Wonder of the Modern World
Submitted by christine on 2006-11-21 02:56:06 (via www.meganlyles.com)
I’m not into hydroelectric at all - but when I read this article I was staggered such a HUGE central like Itaipu Dam exists in Paraguay. It’s supposed to be one of the seven wonders of the modern world. Moreover, Paraguay is the world's largest exporter of hydroelectric power. That’s an interesting article even for an uninitiated like me!
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Bicycle Tour of the Texas Gulf Coast
Submitted by christine on 2006-11-21 01:48:17 (via www.adventureliving.com)
To all cyclists, here’s an idea of a great place for winter biking: Texas! Flat roads, low prices, a lot of bird-watching, friendly people, and safe itineraries... perfect! My favorite part was about how exciting biking is on a disappearing road (due to gulf storms), despite the many dreadful warnings of locals and authorities to avoid it!   More...
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Bill & Jen’s Millenium Experience
Submitted by bindero on 2006-11-21 01:46:05 (via www.frischling.com)
If you’ve never traveled in an African airplane, don’t be surprised if suddenly, without warning, there is a giant mountain passing next to your window a half mile away. Also, don’t be very mad if the plane takes off 30 minutes early. I’ve been to Kenya so I know all these, but I still found this article awesome and useful! See it yourself!   More...
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The Mysteries of Guatemala
Submitted by Adele on 2006-11-21 01:42:18 (via www.geocities.com)
Reading this all of a sudden you brake from reality and are taken back into the far past of a mysterious culture. Except it’s the now-a-day Guatemala: in the subterranean burial chambers you will hear chanting echoing through the tunnels and the smell of candle wax fills the air, while the natives perform a... sacrifice. Unbelievable!
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Doing Mountains and Fjords in Norway
Submitted by christine on 2006-11-21 01:42:01 (via www.adventureliving.com)
I think I had lunch in every place you could think of, but reading this article made me realize I’ve never eaten from the arms of a glacier! I found this story interesting, and I’m surprised to discover Norway as a great place for hiking, trekking, and of course ice climbing. The fjords are amazing, too. Bon appetite when reading this travelogue!   More...
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Top 5 Myths about China
Submitted by kiwi on 2006-11-20 04:27:45 (via www.chinatownconnection.com)
It turns out after all, that China is not quite what is generally thought to be. Reading this article I got a good up-date on its economy, politics, culture, cuisine, development and more.
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Baku Beyond: Adventures in Azerbaijan
Submitted by pablo on 2006-11-20 03:42:16 (via www.xenophilia.net)
I knew very little about Azerbaijan before reading this article. What impressed me are the huge, immensely modern gas stations there, since the oil industry is highly developed. And there’s a lot to find out about attractions too – from seaside to old buildings, mountains and ancient carvings dating since the 1st century C.E. Surely worth reading!   More...
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Bread and Toasts in Georgia
Submitted by pablo on 2006-11-20 03:39:45 (via www.xenophilia.net)
Oh, I’ve heard too many myths about hospitality… However, this article almost made me believe in Georgians’ warmth, as the author claims to have gotten its first taste within a half hour of arrival. Read about old and new churches, great food, a lot of history, and awesome people – in other words, my next destination to see!   More...
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