Archive for October, 2008

Venice the Romantic Water City

Venice the Romantic Water City

| October 21, 2008 | 5 Comments

VENICE have epithet Love Town besides Paris of course, surely we can have a romantic atmosphere there. Otherwise, Venice resident skillful to make handicraft, becoming one of the tourism attractiveness. Choose month of April-May to visit Venice because that is a springtime where the weather not cool enough and suitable weather for tourist from tropical […]

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Royal Caribbean Cruise: Your Choice of Vacation

Royal Caribbean Cruise: Your Choice of Vacation

| October 20, 2008 | 4 Comments

Photo credit: Destination360 Royal Caribbean Cruise There are quite number of articles I read recently about the Royal Caribbean cruise which has been designed for families where one or more of the kids has autism. They also mention camping in Colorado and a resort in Vermont. But just because a tour operator tries to provide […]

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Cajamarca the Death of a Continent

Cajamarca the Death of a Continent

| October 16, 2008 | 10 Comments

Cajamarca merits a one line entry in a chapter preface in the Rough Guide to South America, an astounding piece of understatement for the city where arguably the most pivotal event in the modern history of the continent occurred. Try reading chapter 3 of Jared Diamond’s “Guns, Germs, and Steel” for an excellent summary (even […]

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Mawi and Heliza Cook at Institute of Korean Traditional Cuisine

Mawi and Heliza Cook at Institute of Korean Traditional Cuisine

| October 15, 2008 | 11 Comments

It’s a perfect setting to learn all about Korean food. The decision of Mawi, Heliza and Akademi Fantasia crews to come to the Institute of Traditional Korean Cuisine in Pyeongchang County of Gangwon-do (Gangwon Province) is really benefecial. It is making a name for itself in with its unique cookery classes and other recreational activities. […]

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