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La Grand-Place, Brussels

Posted by Kennedy Runo in Brussels, Belgium

The Grand Place, also called ‘La Grande’ is a reflection of an eclectic and highly successful blend of architectural and artistic styles of the Flemish. The quality of the work done on La Grande is a classic example of evolution of architectural designs of a mercantile city in Northern Europe at its height of prosperity.

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Ocean Terrace Inn In St. Kitts

Posted by Kennedy Runo in St Kitts and Nevis

The Ocean Terrace Inn is a boutique hotel in Fortlands, Basseterre, St. Kitts. It has recently undergone a complete renovation and is ready to welcome travellers to its peerless holiday accommodations. You will get personalized service and get easy access to the St. Kitts' vibrant shopping and cultural activities. Get ready to sample a slice of paradise.

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Villa Blanca Cloud Forest Hotel and Nature Reserve in Costa Rica

Posted by Kennedy Runo in Costa Rica

The Villa Blanca Cloud Forest Hotel and Nature Reserve is located at El Silencio de Los Angeles, San Ramon, Costa Rica. It is one of the most adventure filled destinations in the world. Amazingly, it is ideally located just an hour's drive from San Jose International Costa Rica airport.

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Cave of Altamira and Paleolithic Cave Art of Northern Spain

Posted by Kennedy Runo in Spain

The caves are a representation of the Palaeolithic art that developed in Europe, particularly in the Iberian Peninsula and Urals from 35,000 to 11,000 BC. The caves possess deep galleries that are isolated from climatic influences – a fact that has helped the art remains well preserved over thousands of years.

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Historic Area of Willemstad, Inner City and Harbour, Curaçao

Posted by Kennedy Runo in Curacao

Located on the Caribbean Island of Curacao is the Historic port town of Willemstad that was established by colonial Netherlands. The Dutch established trading routes in the Caribbean and the Americas using the natural harbor at Curacao Island. This would lead to settlement of various communities in the area.

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Explore The Extraordinary Views Of Antarctica Deep In The Icey Landscape

Posted by Kennedy Runo in Antarctic

Antarctica is a continent on the South Pole. It is the Arctic alternate. It offers all the things that you can see in the north and more. Apart from the northern lights, Antarctica is more surreal, more scenic and less explored than the Arctic.

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Car Rental Insurance Advice

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Illustration by R. Kikuo JohnsonWe wanted to share this article from Conde Nast which is insightful read, especially for those of you who...

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Travel Article: Safety with Lions on Safari

Posted by Liz in Africa

We wanted to share this fantastic article written by our friends at Giltedge Travel. We hope you find it an interesting read. If you ever...

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Things To do When On An Adventure Tour To Mount Everest

Posted by Kennedy Runo in Nepal · 2 Comments

If you are looking for an experience that will 'wow' your friends, then taking a tour in the Himalayas is up there with dangerous, awe inspiring experiences.

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5 Things You Didn't Know About Yangon

Posted by Kennedy Runo in Yangon, Burma

From the people in the street to those in restaurants and pubs, Burmese are spontaneously sweet. Everywhere you go in the city of Yangon, you will be greeted with a smile - and the smiles are not cosmetic, they are heartfelt. Be ready to get overwhelmed with kindness and warmth.

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Snorkel Or Dive In The Rainbow-rich Waters Of Aqaba

Posted by Kennedy Runo in Jordan

The Red Sea has a lot of Biblical Implications that it is hard to see it as a travel destination. However, the Jordanian Aqaba waters which form part of the Red Sea are some of the best places to explore the wonders of marine life.

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Rock Art of Alta in Norway

Posted by Kennedy Runo in Norway

Imagine a destination that will get you to the far north of the Arctic Circle just outside the Alta Fjord? Yeah, that’s Norway for you. It is only in this country that you find attractions in icy landscape, and somehow the traveler doesn’t seem to mind it…actually they welcome the challenges of visiting the destinations.

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