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5 amazing restaurants in Lille

on 03/25/2014 in Lille
Lille is a northern France city that is located on the French-Belgium border. I am reliably informed that it is the last French frontier to the north and if you want to enjoy a little bit of Belgium influence on French cuisine, it is the place to go. Thus said, you are well advised to try out the following top-rated...

Kakadu National Park you gotta go here

on 03/28/2014 in Australia
Whether you love history or not, the fact that an ecosystem has survived over 40,000 years of natural selection is bound to elicit some awe in you. This is exactly how the story of Kakadu National Park begins. Excavations on archaeological sites reveal stone tools, rock paintings and other Stone Age tools that can astound even the most cynical traveler....

Things to do when on an adventure tour in the Berchtesgarden

on 03/03/2014 in Germany
Germans names are hard to pronounce for the average English speaker. They have several consonants following each other, making them sound funny in the Anglo-Saxon word formation. Berchtesgarden might be hard to pronounce, but the town's beauty is characteristic of anything 'made in Germany' - it is stylish, sensible, and carefully choreographed. This Bavarian town is almost surreal...and in this...

Best Burger joints in Beijing

on 02/24/2014 in Beijing
Beijing is the capital of the People's Republic of China and one of the most powerful cities in the world today - both politically and economically. The Chinese are becoming more and more globalized if the number of the burger joints within their capital city is anything to go by. They have acquired a taste for the ever popular American...

A brief history of London

on 02/11/2014 in London
The following is a chronology of how the city of London, capital of the United Kingdom with a GDP of over US$750 came to be. 4500BC - Although the evidence is not very concrete as to warrant mention is scientific data, there is reason to believe the area where the present day city of London occupies was occupied in 4500...

5 things you need to know about Prague

on 01/31/2014 in Prague
Prague is the historical capital of the Bohemia and the present day capital of the Czech Republic. The city is located along the banks of Vltava River in the northwest of the country. It is home to 1.3 million people while its metropolitan area is home to over 2 million people. Its climate is temperate Oceania and thus experiences warm...

10 Interesting facts of the Forbidden City

on 01/21/2014 in Beijing
The Forbidden City was the abode of the Chinese Emperors, their families, staff and government officials. It was occupied by emperors from Ming Dynasty to the end of the Qing Dynasty. It is one of the most significant symbols of ancient Chinese government. Below are some interesting facts about the city. 1. The city was built from 1406 to 1420...

Savour the taste of San Sebastian in it's annual Restaurant week

on 12/11/2013 in Spain
San Sebastian Annual Restaurant Week is an annual gastronomy week started by San Sebastian Tourism to promote Gipuzkoa Restaurants as top cuisine destinations. Amazingly, the cuisines are all on display in New York, London, and Madrid. Special prefixed menus are prepared in restaurants in the above cities and each meal offered at 25-euros and 30-euros respectively over the duration of 2-weeks...

Visit the Orangutans at Semenggoh Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre

on 12/20/2013 in Sarawak
The online dictionary describes the orangutans as 'a large, mainly solitary arboreal ape with long reddish hair, long arms, and hooked hands and feet, native to Borneo and Sumatra. The mature male develops fleshy cheek pads and a throat pouch'. Based on that description alone, you get to understand why sighting the ape is very hard. However, a visit to...

Take part in a Gorilla Safari in Rwanda

on 12/24/2013 in Rwanda
Rwanda, also fondly referred to as the land of a thousand hills,  is an East African country that is bordered by Democratic Republic of Congo to the west, Uganda to the North and East, and Burundi and Tanzania to the south. It boasts a tropical equatorial climate, being just a few degrees south of equator. The country is known for...

Driving through Tasmania’s wild west

on 12/24/2013 in Australia
A lot of films have been shot telling stories of the American Wild West. Cowboys, large open grasslands, farm houses, country music and quaint little towns with old watering holes define the Wild West in the US. Recently, the American Wild West got its equal in the Island of Tasmania. Tasmania is an island state situated about 250 kilometers south...

Sail the Clear Blue Waters Of Jamaica On A Catamaran Cruise

on 12/19/2013 in Jamaica
Jamaica is known around the world as one of the most beautiful vacation destinations anywhere. This amazing little island in the Caribbean Sea is full of fun and exciting things to see and do and one of the best ways to experience a taste of Jamaica is by taking a tour along the shores in a catamaran sailboat. Jamaica is...