Paris for the family

Paris is well known as the city of romance. The famous capital regularly plays host to hundreds of besotted couples who can be spotted walking hand in hand through the romantic Paris More »

Make The Most Of Your Universal Studios Tour

If you will be visiting Universal Studios, you need to be prepared. Arriving at the park unprepared can literally ruin your vacation! Follow these tips to help you get the most out More »

Want to Take Your Family to a Beach Resort?

If you are planning a beach vacation for the whole family, then you will likely be looking for a resort that caters to a broad range of needs, including those of children. More »

A Few Things To Do In Austin, Texas

1. Watch the Sunset at the Oasis The Oasis is an Austin institution, but one with a recent history of misfortune. The Oasis is known for its beautiful views of Lake Travis. More »

Key West: Snorkel and Dive Paradise

How popular is Key West snorkeling? Conchs and visitors spend upwards of $150 million a year at reef-related businesses, supporting thousands of local jobs. Surrounded by warm, shallow tropical waters on all More »

Jakarta Fair – A Month of Shopping, Food and Music

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Author: Pushpitha Wijesinghe The Jakarta Fair is an annually held event that takes place in Kemorayan in the Indonesian capital. Featuring trade promotions, exhibitions, musical shows, food festivals, variety shows, shopping and even amusement rides, this popular fair is usually

Welsh Government fund creates 300 new tourism jobs across Wales

Welsh Government fund creates 300 new tourism jobs across Wales The Tourism Investment Support Scheme (TISS) has allocated £3.8million to tourism businesses in Wales since April 2011, creating and safeguarding 350 jobs. The fund is open to existing and new

R.I.P. Chavela Vargas

It’s rare that a single artist can embody an entire culture or country, but Chavela Vargas came as close as anyone. The singer died in Cuernavaca, Mexico, last night at the age of 93. Like a number of Americans, I

Vandenberg Artificial Reef Attracts Divers to Key West

Divers and snorkelers come to the Florida Keys by the thousands every year to explore America’s only live barrier reef, the Florida Reef System. However the reef isn’t the only thing that pulls divers to southern Florida. Before a string

Key West Parasailing – A Sightseeing Adventure

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A lot of people love to go parasailing in Key West because it is a completely unique way to see the sights. Most visitors experience Key West zipping around on a scooter, or perhaps from a sunset cruise. Parasailing gets

Key West Dolphin Watch Excursions: Watch the Dolphins Watch You!

Key West dolphin tours are hugely popular, and are a “must-see” part of any Florida Keys vacation. People just seem to be drawn to these graceful creatures. Bottlenose dolphins are fascinating because of their beauty and intelligence. Though they’re wild,

Argentina: It feels like Europe in South America

From glaciers to beaches, from elegant cities to friendly little towns, Argentina is a top travel location. With the economy stabilizing, now is the time to go. There used to be rampant corruption and economic problems in Argentina. However, things

Key West Glass Bottom Boat Tours

When you’re visiting the Florida Keys and need a novel boating tour experience, try Key West glass bottom boat tours. Usually, only scuba divers have the opportunity to look at the coral reef up close and personal, with its array

Coober Pedy: Gem of the Australian Outback

Very few human beings choose to live in the Australian Outback. With monthly rainfall of less than half an inch, and summer temperatures ranging from a “low” of 95 degrees Fahrenheit to egg-frying highs of 122 degrees, the climate is

Key West: Snorkel and Dive Paradise

Snorkeling and diving excursions are one of the most popular things to do in Key West, Florida. Photo by cdthatbme on Photobucket.

How popular is Key West snorkeling? Conchs and visitors spend upwards of $150 million a year at reef-related businesses, supporting thousands of local jobs. Surrounded by warm, shallow tropical waters on all sides, it’s no surprise that the Florida Keys