November 2009

Nov09 Cook Islands 1

Posted on November 1st, 2009

Cook Islands

When it rains in the Cook Islands the whole world seems enameled in sheets of warm water, veiling the beauty of this archipelago that sadly


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Nov09 Tony Taiwan

Posted on November 1st, 2009

Tony Taiwan

This island nation emerges as a contrast of click city scenes and natural wonders.


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Nov09 Tanzania Moving Out from Kenya's Safari Shadow

Posted on November 1st, 2009

Tanzania Moving Out From Kenya’s Safari Show

Over the years, Tanzania – thanks to improvements in infrastructure, accommodations and flight availability – has slowly and resolutely…


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Nov09 South Africa with Goway Travel

Posted on November 1st, 2009

South Africa with Goway Travel

From the time of the earliest European “tourists” to Africa, the main draw to the continent was the thrill of safari. Even today, the sheer


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Nov09 Treasures of the Dardanelles

Posted on November 1st, 2009

Treasures of the Dardanelles

Traveling incognito on a tour bus is one good way to gauge travelers’ reactions. In the case of Turkey, there is a lot of pointing and staring


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Nov09 Romania Europe's Undiscovered Bargain Treasure

Posted on November 1st, 2009

Romania: Europe’s Undiscovered Bargain Treasure

Romania is a microcosm of traditional European splendor with fairy tale castles and a lush, charming countryside with quaint, relatively…


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Nov09 A Tourism Tale of Two Countries

Posted on November 1st, 2009

A (Tourism) Tale of Two Countries

While the destinations drawing the biggest vacation audience in South America continue to be the “golden triangle” – Peru, Argentina…


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Nov09 New Orleans Revisited 1

Posted on November 1st, 2009

New Orleans Revisited

Call it unsinkable. The one-of-a-kind city of New Orleans takes a hit from an epic hurricane and manages to go right on ranking high with…


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Nov09 Riding High in Park City 1

Posted on November 1st, 2009

Riding High in Park City

In terms of ski vacations, Utah—and specifically the Park City area—is hot, although skiers might prefer the state’s ski areas be downright chilly


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Nov09 Casually Chic Fort Lauderdale

Posted on November 1st, 2009

Casually Chic Fort Lauderdale

Having welcomed a string of sleek high-end hotels to its beachfront boulevard – including the W Hotel, the Westin and the Ritz-Carlton…


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