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What to Consider When Planning For a Wedding Cruise

28th October 2011
Over the last one decade, the wedding cruise has slowly gained popularity among fun loving couples. There is a lot of information on these cruises, especially on the internet but many couples still panic when it comes to selecting the best cruise ships. B... Read >
Author: Charles Gilbride

How Long Do Jellyfish Live?

04th August 2010
Jellyfish live an average of about a year, although they can live much longer in captivity. Their lifecycle takes one year to complete. Juveniles are produced from polyps in the spring and adults grow throughout the summer. Towards the end of the summe... Read >
Author: Cam

CIBC Online Banking

11th March 2010
CIBC, the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, is really a chartered bank in Canada, boasting the title of fifth biggest in terms of deposits. Headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, CIBC also has areas across the planet, such as the United States, Asia, th... Read >
Author: will bradshaw

“Spanish in the Dominican Republic”

11th January 2010
The language of the Dominican Republic is a very fast spoken Spanish. I have known of Spanish speakers from other Latin countries who struggled trying to understand the Spanish spoken in the Dominican Republic largely because it is spoken so quickly. ... Read >
Author: L. Helgeson

Building a Kit Home in the Caribbean

15th September 2009
During the 1910's the prefabricated home made it's first appearance in the United States. By the end of the 1950's Sears Roebuck & Co offered mail order homes in 447 different designs. Styles ranged from the elaborate with art glass windows to the simple ... Read >
Author: Caribbean Land and Property

Ludo - A Simple Board Game

30th July 2009
An easy board game is referred as ludo. It is a game for two, three or four players. The game is very popular all around the world. It is termed as "Ludi" in Caribbean and "fia" in Sweden. In 6th century it was originated in India by pachisi. It is depict... Read >
Author: Carromgear

Free Cuban Grilled Lobster Recipe

28th April 2009
If you enjoy seafood and Cuban cooking you are going to be thrilled at this shellfish cooking idea! This Free Cuban Lobster Recipe will show you exactly how to make lobster taste delicious with a few special Cuban ingredients. Caribbean lobsters off the s... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Panama's Tourism Industry

03rd February 2009
The tourism industry in Panama is on a rapid growth today. The Panama real estate market today is booming. This is because of the tourism sector of Panama is taking up the development of more and more undeveloped land and area of Panama property and turni... Read >
Author: Johny

Tips for Finding All-Inclusive Weekend Getaways

14th October 2008
You don't need to spend a lot of time planning when you want to indulge in one of many all-inclusive weekend getaways. Since it is only for a weekend, you can choose a destination that is only a few hours drive from your home or one that will only require... Read >
Author: Ling Tong

The Many Sides of Reggaeton

26th July 2008
Reggaeton is a style of music which began during the early 1980's with a few pioneering artists. However, it was not until the 1990's that the Reggaeton style took root and from that time onward it has continued to grow in popularity and flourish. Current... Read >
Author: SAL

Pure Pheromone Concentrate Is An Aphrodisiac

24th September 2007
Although it is certainly much more comfortable to live now rather than in the middle ages, it has actually become more difficult to attract the opposite sex. The reason for this is that our bodies no longer excrete pheromone concentrate to the same degree... Read >
Author: Seductive Pheromones

Brazil Live Coral Calcium is Now Top Dog

10th September 2007
Brazil Live Coral Calcium Will Soon Be Leading SellerThere is a new type of coral calcium that has taken the market by storm. Until now the coral calcium market has been dominated by Okinawa coral calcium from Japan, and to a lesser extent Caribbean coral... Read >
Author: supplementguy
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