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Pay-what-you-want dining: Priceless By mia stainsby, VANCOUVER SUNMay 1
Submitted by Anonymous on 2009-06-21 00:57:39 (via www.vancouversun.com)
A new tour company in Whistler, BC is offering their tour at an unbeatable price: whatever you want!
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Bicycle vacation Laos
Submitted by bindero on 2009-06-19 10:40:21 (via www.off-the-beaten-track.net)
Ever imagined to travel by bicycle in Laos? No? What about this "Bicycle trip from Pak Beng, a sandpath with guesthouses, along valleys and paddies to Muang Houn. Luang Prabang, with over 60 temples, is a mix of Laotian atmosphere and French grandeur.". Want to find out more? Read this.
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Mountain walking on Corsica
Submitted by bindero on 2009-06-19 10:36:01 (via www.off-the-beaten-track.net)
Four men and a dog hike 200 kilometers in the central massif across Corsica in 2 weeks. Join them on their exciting journey.
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Indian Sweets Marzipan Style
Submitted by satish1580 on 2009-05-21 07:03:58 (via culinary-achievers.blogspot.com)
Ita a unique article which puts light on how traditional Indian sweets have been changing over the past decade and are going very close to the European packed desserts and chocolates.Chef Syed Abdul Attique is a professional Indian confectioner who is the faculty at Culinary Academy of India.   More...
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For a taste of Mexico, explore its kitchens
Submitted by Anonymous on 2009-05-20 17:20:10 (via www.chron.com)
A wonderful article on Mexican Home Cooking as I finish up my second visit. Tlaxcala is still a wonderful, clean, peaceful, healthful and safe getaway as Mexico returns as everyones favorte vacation spot.
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A HISTORY OF COLORADO WHITEWATER RAFTING
Submitted by whitewater on 2009-05-06 09:51:30 (via coloradowhitewaterrafting.blogspot.com)
Rafting is one of the earliest means of transportation, used as a means for shipping people, hunting, and transferring food. Now it is one of our forms of outdoor adventure and entertainment.   More...
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Blog with articles with great information around the world
Submitted by whitewater on 2009-05-05 22:15:42 (via whitewaterraftingcolorado.blogspot.com)
A blog of articles and their respective links related to professional whitewater rafting and different articles from around the world are referenced in this blog for avid whitewater rafters.
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Dancing With Whales
Submitted by pacifico on 2009-05-03 20:40:11 (via www.writers.worldcountries.info)
We've all heard about whale watching from boats or shore, and a few companies are now offering the possibility of actually swimming and snorkeling with whales in the wild. Is this a good thing?
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A Hiking Guide to Easter Island
Submitted by pacifico on 2009-05-03 20:33:45 (via www.writers.worldcountries.info)
Ask me which Pacific island has the most to offer hikers and I'll probably answer Easter Island. Here on an island 11 km wide and 23 km long you'll find nearly a thousand ancient Polynesian statues strewn along a powerfully beautiful coastline or littering the slopes of an extinct volcano.
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Diving in Mexico
Submitted by Jebaloo on 2009-04-28 04:07:17 (via www.cheapflights.co.uk)
Advanced divers can explore the 20-mile Maya Reef, the second longest barrier reef on the planet extending all the way to Honduras while Yucab and Palancar are shallo
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