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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Never-Ending Fun of Rio carnival
March 29, 2010 | Festivals | 14 Comments
Never-Ending Fun of Rio carnival
Rio Carnival of 2010 was once more rocking Brazil in all its hysterical and outrageous glory. The carnival dates back to 1723 and, like Mardi Gras Carnival, it is also a pre-Lent party, planned to enjoy fully before 40 days of abstinence and sacrifice.  This year’s party kicked of on the 13th of February onwards. Despite the roasting heat (106 Fahrenheit on Tuesday), revelers, and dancers put on an impressive show. And for 2011 year, the rehearsals and booking of the tickets for the Rio Carnival have already begun. Rio carnival is not only famous in Brazil but all over the world. People from all over the world come here to participate in its glamorous parades and events which are promising and full of excitement. Even though the festival is celebrated throughout the villages and towns of  [...]


Chinese New Year in Hong Kong
March 26, 2010 | Festivals | 10 Comments
Chinese New Year in Hong Kong
In Hong Kong, Chinese New Year is the most awaited as well as enthusiastically anticipated festival. It’s a very special festival for close ones, families, friends to meet and exchange gifts and have meal together. Chinese New Year is celebrated for the forthcoming arrival of spring as it is considered to be a new start. Traditionally it was celebrated to resolve old debts and gifts in small red covers with money or stuff are given to the children so they have a good start of year. Hong Kong celebrated the New Year with enthusiasm and ostentatious collection of events, celebrations, and ceremonies. It’s the most important festival that is celebrated on the Hong Kong Island which includes fireworks, artistic and cultural performance, firecrackers, dragon dances, and several rows of foods  [...]


You love hiking..than Salt Lake City is the suitable place for you
March 22, 2010 | Fascinating Cities | 7 Comments
You love hiking..than Salt Lake City is the suitable place for you
Taking a sea at the pedestal of the rough Wasatch Mountains in addition to expanding to the southern shoreline of the Lake Great Salt, Salt Lake City has a number of the most excellent panorama in the nation. The boundary between nature and the city attract the locals as well as tourists to the picturesque Salt Lake Valley. Around four different places are sited in the neighborhood of the city, where you will experience the pleasures of the city, moreover are placed at such a small distance that you can reach there within 20 mins, also you simply take pleasure in hiking the mountain tracks or just resting at the side of the gushing stream water. The urban is up-and-coming as an important economic hub within the Rocky Mountains region. Since the year 2001 the number of natives living inside  [...]


Beaches and dives of Noronha Island
March 18, 2010 | Travel Destinations | 7 Comments
Beaches and dives of Noronha Island
The Archipelago of Fernando de Noronha, with its 21 islands, lies in the Atlantic Ocean. It is 354 kilometers away from the northeast coast of Brazil and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It occupies an area of about 26 square kilometers. Best time to visit The Island enjoys a tropical climate and can be visited at anytime of the year. It also depends on what you want to do here. April to November is good for snorkeling and diving here. For hiking, August is the month. Surfing is good in the months of December and January and turtles can be spotted nesting in the rainy season from December to May. For whale-watching, September-October is good. How to Get to Fernando De Noronha There are daily flights to the Airport of Fernando de Noronha from Natal and Recife on the northeast coast of Brazil.  [...]


Vacation at Indianapolis: The Circle City
March 15, 2010 | Fascinating Cities | No Comment
Vacation at Indianapolis: The Circle City
Indianapolis, the capital city of the state of Indiana is also known as The Circle City, the Racing Capital of the World and Naptown. Founded in the year 1821, the city has some mind-blowing attractions to explore. The city has total 368.2 square miles of area, out of which 361.5 square miles is of land and only 6.7 square miles of area are covered by water. The city lies in the Central Till Plains region in the United States where two natural waterways dissects the city – they are the White River and Fall Creek. Indianapolis is the capital city of the United States’ state of Indiana and is also the county seat of Marion County, Indiana. Also it is the largest city of Indiana and is the second most densely inhabited state capital. As I stay in United States, I thought to visit there this  [...]


Machu Picchu Peru: Lost into the world of beauty Machu Picchu Peru: Lost into the world of beauty
Reach to the mysterious ruins of Machu Picchu, which is in Peru and get fascinated with the alarming beauty of this UNESCO World Heritage Site. You would have never seen a beauty filled with greenery and ruins, making Machu Picchu one of the most stimulating destinations on the planet. So get prepared to embark on a virtual tour that offers activities and spectacular views and scenery all over the sight. Machu Picchu has a height of 7,000 feet above the sea level and is situated on the small hilltop between the Andean Mountain Range. From the top of the hill, you can take breathtaking glimpses of the majestic city. The wonder Machu Picchu boasts the glory of vicalamba Valley that lies at a distance of 80 kilometres towards the northwest of Cuzco. From this site, the Urubamba River could be  [...]


Embrace Christ the Redeemer at Rio de Janeiro Embrace Christ the Redeemer at Rio de Janeiro
Imagine getting a hug from a thirty-meter statute. Sometimes we have heard that the God is a Brazilian. Well don’t know about that, but at least we can see a small part of him in Portuguese as Christ O Redentor or in Rio de Janeiro as Statue of Christ the Redeemer. The Christ the Redeemer is one of the best Statues, which gives a permanent hug to the city of Brazil below it. The width of one hand to other measures around Thirty meter! The Statue of the Christ the Redeemer, on the apex of the Corcovado Mountain, is one of the most loved and admired statue in Brazil. The statute is situated in Rio de Janeiro at the 2,300 feet height at the top of the Corcovado Mountain. It weights approximately 635 tons and is 120 feet tall. The statue of Jesus Christ is among the new Seven World of the World.  [...]


Ten Places for People Who Misinterpret Adventure as Fun
March 1, 2010 | Top 10 | 24 Comments
Ten Places for People Who Misinterpret Adventure as Fun
Some people like a serene tour through beautiful coasts, while some people like to challenge the pride of nature. If you think you fit in the latter team, here is a list of top ten places, where victory is unheard and adventure is a synonym of death. 10. Antarctica If you think you have mastered every quest, head down south. Antarctica is a place where swimming with seals is fun, but water can freeze your blood. Climbing a peak is entertaining, but the ice can throw you down, 2000 feet down. However, don’t fret because this place also has many professional adventure-providers for novices. This are the best places for top ten adventure vacations. 9. Australian Outback For those you don’t like adventures, this place is a dead, inert area. And if you get this feeling, get out of here because  [...]