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Holidays to Mauritius – For Rendezvous with Nature!!

16th January 2012
With its bewitching offerings, holidays to Mauritius are something that casts a spell on almost every traveller. Natural splendour that will take you to nirvana, mind-blowing ambience to treat the senses, vibrant culture to feast the eyes and overwhelming... Read >
Author: Joe Smith

Trip to Lonavala on Weekends

20th December 2011
Lonavala lie 5 km, apart, on the western slopes of the Sahyadris, straddling the Mumbai-Pune highway at an altitude of 625 m. Karla is 8 km. from Lonavala. A little detour off the high-speed Mumbai-Pune Expressway leads to Mumbai’s most popular weekend... Read >
Author: Mukesh kumar verma

Top Ten Reasons To Cruise The Douro River

29th November 2011
The Douro River offers relaxed river cruising through Spain and Portugal, with a unique glimpse into river life. Read on and I'll give you my top ten tips for getting the most out of your Douro river cruise. Tip 1: Bring Your Camera The Douro River ru... Read >
Author: MJ Campbell

The role of the Reindeer in Lapland.

09th September 2011
The Reindeers in Lapland are plentiful and you will see more of them in the summer months than in the winter. In the winter months all Reindeer are rounded up and placed nearer to feeding grounds in order to ensure they receive enough to eat over the long... Read >
Author: timwoz

The Midnight sun in Lapland explained.

13th July 2011
The Midnight Sun in Lapland occurs during the summer months and is a period of time where the sun does not fade, casting 24 hour light in the Northern and Southern parts of the Arctic circle. The further North you are, the longer the Midnight sun will las... Read >
Author: timwoz

The Legend Of Mount Batur And Lake Batur

15th July 2010
There is a ancient story behind the existence of Mount Batur and Lake Batur. The myth tells how Bali's Lake Batur and Mount Batur were formed. It is believed that there was once a giant as tall as a mountain who roamed the island, called Kbo Iwo.He would ... Read >
Author: annora

Ringstead Bay – A Hidden Gem of the Dorset Coast

20th February 2008
The Dorset coast, also known as the Jurassic, is a World Heritage Site, and includes some unique geographical features. There is Lyme Bay, including the 18 mile long Chesil Beach. There's the Isle of Portland, where the world famous Portland Stone has ... Read >
Author: Robert Baldry
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