Tag: exotic

Woman in warm waters of Blue Lagoon

Exploring Iceland and Beyond

Vancouver, January 17th, 2018 – Iceland is without a doubt one of the world’s most captivating destinations. Each year millions of travellers discover its dramatic landscapes, natural wonders and eclectic Viking culture. But Iceland’s rise in popularity has not been without growing pains. Access, infrastructure and a lack of imaginative itineraries are all beginning to impact […]

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Book about Montserrat for 1,500 USD ?

Used Book by Igor Kravtchenko and Howard Fergus about Montserrat for 1,500 USD ? Amazon.ca is selling a used copy of book about Montserrat for $1,500 USD. Montserrat And Montserratians: Photo Exploration, Commemorating Ten Years Living With Volcano, 1995-2005 Who buys this book for this price? Is it a Christmas Joke, or reality of demand? […]

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BARBADOS’ 2018 Annual Event Lineup

Barbados’ 2018 Annual Event Lineup There are many festivals, marathons and events in Barbados that make any time of year worthy of a visit. Visitors will be completely immersed in Bajan culture by checking out some of the events below: Holetown Festival – February 11-18, 2018 Known as one of the Seven Magnificent Festivals of […]

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Sint Maarten after devastating Irma hurricane

Photo reportage Nov 2017 Sint Maarten/ Saint Martin after devastating Irma hurricane.   When looking for the tickets to get to St. Maarten we realised that there was only American that is currently has flights from Miami. On arriving to SXM we noticed that the beautiful airport is closed and all the regular airport services […]

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Dominica Post Hurricane Maria Update

Dominica Post Hurricane Maria Update ROSEAU, DOMINICA (October 18, 2017) — Dominica was severely impacted by category 5 Hurricane Maria on September 18, 2017. Assessment of the country’s infrastructure, including roads, bridges and sites and attractions continues.  Updated information from daily press briefings are accessible at http://www.opm.gov.dm/. Following is an update on island services: Current […]

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Family trip to African Lion Safari

First opened its doors to the visitors in 1969 , since than African Lion Safari went through a lot expansions and animal additions… About 6,000 visitors come here daily to see the exotic animals that are roaming free in the fields or just enjoying the warm summer day in their artfully created habitats on land and […]

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"TRIP OF A LIFETIME" CRUISE SERIES 2018 SEASON

ONE OCEAN EXPEDITIONS’ 2018 SEASON INTRODUCES AN EXCLUSIVE “TRIP OF A LIFETIME” CRUISE SERIES Vancouver, March 15th 2017: The spotlight shines on Canada’s North this year as the world is invited to discover epic locations in Canada celebrating 150 years of confederation. This event has inspired Canadian cruise specialist, One Ocean Expeditions (OOE) to introduce […]

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Exploring Sint Maarten with kids.

Traveling to Caribbean Sint Maarten, always was an expensive adventure, especially traveling with kids. Calculating expenses, we found out that airflight takes half of budget. Knowing that usually prices drop in October/November, then first week of January, and after April 15th, trips could become affordable with  Westjet, Sunwing, or Transat… We use mostly www.travelation.com or […]

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Dive in Saint Lucia

PADI Open Water Certification in St.Lucia

Ah…beautiful St.Lucia… Our son, after receiveing PADI  E-learning Diving Certificate wanted to get an Open Water Diver Licence. We planned to visit St.Lucia in November, and found it will be a good option to combine vacation with 3 day practice diving course with DIVE SAINT LUCIA. We booked Bay Gardens Inn. It’s in walking distance […]

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The Gobbins opens for dramatic cliff walks! Ireland News.

(Toronto, ON – 04 Sept 2015) – Visitors to Northern Ireland’s famous Causeway Coastal Route now have the opportunity to experience an exhilarating walk to awaken the senses, above crashing waves on a spectacular cliff path over the Irish Sea. The Gobbins coastal walk experience, first enjoyed in 1902 by the Edwardians has now opened […]

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