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How to Use Anguilla Travel Agents

18th June 2012
Visiting Anguilla can be a lifetime experience if you prepare well for this trip and contact local travel agents in Anguilla to request a tour offer which would cover all essential trip elements. Anguilla is a coral island in the Caribbean Sea. The d... Read >
Author: MTraveler

Assorted Chocolates-A Rich Story Behind This Treat

01st August 2011
Assorted chocolates are really common. A large percentage of American will eat 12 lbs associated with chocolate per year while many people in Switzerland consume roughly twenty three pounds every year. It's no wonder when things get challenging and every ... Read >
Author: Rocky Cantu

Fort Santiago, a fortress with a colorful legacy

25th June 2010
Fort Santiago is a powerfully constructed fortress created for Miguel Lopez de Legazpi, a prominent Spanish conquistador. This protective fortress forms part of the famed historical city of Intramuros in the Philippine capital, Manila. The site of the... Read >
Author: Pushpitha Wijesinghe

Philippine Literature – A Brief History

30th August 2009
Philippine is a country rich in diversity and language heritage. Even before Spanish colonization, its literature had evolved tremendously. Some of the notable literatures are a general reflection of the influence exerted by Spaniards during the colonizat... Read >
Author: Francis Murphy

Who wins the taste test? Belgian Chocolate or Swiss Chocolate?

11th March 2009
The word "Chocolate" is derived from the word "xocolatl" of the Aztecs of Mexico. The Aztecs associated chocolates with the goddess of fertility, "Xochiquetzal". No wonder, even today chocolate is considered aphrodisiac.The Spanish Conquistadors learned a... Read >
Author: Bob Monk

The Peruvian Cajon

21st January 2009
The culture of Afro-Peruvian music, with its spectacular representative: Cajon Peruano, identified in news publications of the nineteenth century, who used it and what kind of holiday, and participating sites used sonar. The African slaves were brought... Read >
Author: Freshoutsourcing

Son Bou - The Golden Beach Of Minorca

15th September 2008
For vacations - where do the Spanish favour? For those who live in and around Barcelona it's often Menorca, known locally as Minorca, which is just a ferry ride away. For years, Menorca has been a favourite holiday island for other European tourists to... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer
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