Croatia: A Classic Destination To Visit
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To experience the overwhelming beauty of nature a trip to Croatia is a must, and the memories of this trip will be etched in your heart for eternity. Behind the overwhelming beauty of Croatia lies a tumultuous history of conquest by Greeks, Romans, Turks, Venetian emperors, to name a few, but mother nature has been kind to the country to overcome all the conquests and still retain its old world charm  [...]

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Top 10 Natural Wonder Travelling Destinations
December 23, 2009 | Top 10 | 11 Comments
Top 10 Natural Wonder Travelling Destinations
Nature is mother of all the creatures and the way we celebrate Mother’s day once in a year, we ought to celebrate a vacation in the lap of this mother. Spending time with the nature along with the family, friends or the dear ones is a memorable memory of the lifetime. We have created “Seven Wonders of the World” by voting across the world but here are some of the undisputed and unbelievable top vacation spots of the world which has just one word to describe, “Awesome”!! Let’s have a glimpse of some of the glorious and gorgeous wonders of nature and top 10 travel destinations which allows you to meet and greet nature. They are truly the “never to miss in the lifetime” spots!! Mount Everest Mount Everest is truly on top of the world as it is the top most mountain of the world.  [...]


Culturally Flourished Montevideo
December 20, 2009 | Fascinating Cities | One Comment
Culturally Flourished Montevideo
Not only Montevideo is an economical and administrative hub of Uruguay, but it is also regarded as cultural center of it. The city has numerous glorious palaces of the colonial era. The National Museum of Cultural history is located here. You can enjoy the city’s culture through music performances of the local bands, festivals, special exhibitions by the museums and theatre shows, among others. Not only this, the very first theatre of Latin America that came into existence almost 150 years ago is located in Montevideo. Similarly, the local ball fields are also full of players in action so you can also move towards any of the fields to take a glimpse of sports or head towards nearby golf clubs to enjoy the game. The city also contains many renowned museums wherein, you can be able to take  [...]


Top 10 Scuba Diving Sites Around The World
December 18, 2009 | Adventure Travel , Top 10 | One Comment
Top 10 Scuba Diving Sites Around The World
Scuba Diving is the most extraordinary thing to do, while one is chilling-out at any tropical island. Diving beneath the land, where the life is only dependent on water is a wonderful place to be in. Being there denotes being wet, experiencing a state of mildness and tranquility and exploring vast coral reefs swarmed with marine life and plants. Below, one comes across a new world and a new habitation that is breathing life. Also, one gets to experience varied colorful facets of multi-faceted nature. So, whether you are on a lookout for a vibrant start or on a search for moving to new places, I have compiled a list which encompasses top sites for diving allover the world. The Blue Hole Snuggling in Belize, The Blue Hole is the most popular dive site across the world. Actually, Jacques Cousteau  [...]


Ring New Year In Top 10 Vacation Spots Of The World
December 17, 2009 | Top 10 | One Comment
Ring New Year In Top 10 Vacation Spots Of The World
Glory to God in highest heaven, Who unto man His Son hath given; While angels sing with tender mirth, A glad new year to all the earth. -Martin Luther Beginning with this happy note! As the phrase has rightly cited “All that begins well ends well,” even though, I am going to share goody-goody things about the year’s end and commencement of New Year. New Year has come so close to everyone. This universal celebration is looked upon as a fêted carnival occasion. Masses from every nook and corner of the world, steep in the reveling New Year’s celebrations. “New Year’s Day is every man’s birthday,” as refined by Charles Lamb. Truly, this assertion hits the right chord, as every person is deeply engrossed in the merry-making activities. This is because the grand celebration of New  [...]


Drive Along With 3 Ghosts In Colorado
December 16, 2009 | Remarkable Drives | One Comment
Drive Along With 3 Ghosts In Colorado
A drive through the roads of Colorado flings options of sighting magnificent panoramas, adventuring in mountains, and dodging the ghosts. This picturesque path is a blend of what you can label as “the best trip ever.” Outline Colorado witnessed immediate inhabitation of several towns during the gold vehemence in 19th century. These towns discovered what they virtually could from the mines and withered away with it. Left are some of the few homes hunted by ghouls reminding us constantly about that era. However, apart from ghost towns, tourists and trippers are attracted by the scenic exquisiteness of soaring peaks, emerald fields, turquoise lagoons, and cavernous ravines that can be seen throughout this trip of 225 miles. Begin from Colorado Springs Fasten your seatbelts and drive west from  [...]


Introducing Santiago
December 15, 2009 | Fascinating Cities | One Comment
Introducing Santiago
The city is surrounded by Andes Mountains and is the biggest and capital city of Chile. The tourists going to Chile will definitely stop to Santiago for its natural views. The place is full of vivacious markets, churches from colonial era and mountains covered with snow. The city’s mining industries and agriculture provides an economical boost to it and is one of the economically sound cities of the Latin American. It has witnessed great number of immigration from the Europe during 19th as well as 20th century. Here you can take a look at blend of colonial structures and contemporary buildings. Regarded as one of the contemporary towns of Latin America, it possesses many well-built huge structures and prosperous shopping malls. It is also well developed as far as transportation system is  [...]


Rio de Janeiro Culture And Nightlife
December 14, 2009 | Fascinating Cities | One Comment
Rio de Janeiro Culture And Nightlife
The city is culturally very rich as it unites many ethnics into its fold. The diversity has given birth to many forms of dance, music and art. The city contains many museums that will enlighten you about entire Brazil’s architectural inventiveness and the libraries will not fail to introduce with ancient Brazil and Rio de Janeiro’s history. Its National library is Latin Amrica’s biggest library. Its fine architecture is a fine mix of 16th century buildings as well as the contemporary structures of 20th century. Its fine architecture is a fine mix of 16th century buildings as well as the contemporary structures of 20th century. The music form that connects the masses is samba and daily shows on Carnival-style samba are organized in many venues of the city.  While discussing about Rio’s  [...]


Drink And Drive In Kentucky
December 13, 2009 | Remarkable Drives | One Comment
Drink And Drive In Kentucky
The undulating pasturelands, gushing rivulets, and dense woodlands endow Kentucky with the idyllic conditions to manufacture the drink for which it’s known since centuries – bourbon whiskey. Overview A trip through central Kentucky on Bourbon Trail starts from Louisville, then Bardstown, and to Frankfort, forming a bulky triangle. This route embraces several distilleries, historic stories, natural panoramas, and never ending thirst for bourbon. The nature here reveals corn fields, garrulous rivulets, and a sugary aroma. From Louisville The journey encompassing Bourbon Trail starts from the city of Louisville. To get there, amble along the banks of Ohio River and you will arrive at ‘Belle of Louisville.’ This was once a chief shipping center and is still the biggest city of Kentucky.  [...]


Introduction Of Rio de Janeiro
December 11, 2009 | Fascinating Cities | No Comment
Introduction Of Rio de Janeiro
Nature is still alive in Rio de Janeiro in form of fascinating mountains, flourishing forests and alluring beaches. The city known for its diverse cultures and the Cariocas, as the locals are called, believes in living their lives with zeal and they describe their city as Cidade Maravilhosa - The Marvelous City. Once there, you may increase reschedule your plan and multiply your days of staying there as the great food, traditional music, and other key attractions will not allow you to go back. The citizens enjoy rocking nightlife by going to clubs, bars and discotheques. Portuguese navigators have founded the city in 1502 and it is a port of Baía de Guanabara. One of the largest cities of Brazil, Rio de Janeiro is also its cultural and financial powerhouse. What else than its carnival, and  [...]


Sightseeing Rio de Janeiro
December 10, 2009 | Fascinating Cities | No Comment
Sightseeing Rio de Janeiro
The city is looking lively due to presence of many wide sandy beaches. During summer, beaches become the most wannabe destination for locals. However, several other destinations are also present here. Corcovado (Hunchback) The Mountain holds Cristo Redentor (Christ the Redeemer) statue, one of the greatest landmarks of the city. You can also take glimpses of the city’s best views from the spot. The statue’s height is 38 meter and it stands on the 710 meters of the Corcovado Hill. The statue came into existence in the year 1931 and now the escalators and elevators are available hence; there is no need to be there by climbing so many staircases. Pão de Açúcar (Sugar Loaf) One of the signposts of the city, the 394m (1,293ft) granite rock that was initially known as Pau-nh-Açquá,  [...]


Die Before You Visit These Top 10 World’s Ugliest Structures
December 9, 2009 | Top 10 | One Comment
Die Before You Visit These Top 10 World’s Ugliest Structures
Atrocities, nightmares, frights, or eyesores – you can label them with numerous such names. However, hideous buildings are pitifully all over the places. And you simply cannot categorize them because they are just UGLY. In an attempt to erect a contemporary or ultramodern edifice, several such blunders have blemished our planet with ugly spots. Let’s examine 10 such stains. 1.    Ryogyong Hotel (Pyongyang, North Korea) The construction of this 105-story hotel building halted in 1992 and never resumed again. Maybe because the architect himself might have had a real look at it and realized his blunder. However, the real reason is not yet known. Some say it might collapse, some say the builders had no more money to waste, and some say it was just awful being a part of it. Fortunately, the  [...]