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Ecuador-Family travel with a transformation edge

Transformational Travel reaches new heights in the family travel market North Americans’ desire to explore South America is on the rise and for many travelers Ecuador is in their sights. This small, lesser-known country is home to a diversity of wonders from picturesque colonial towns, Amazonian rainforest, the Andean mountains, volcanoes and to top it […]

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Hidden Cologne – urban city guide to be published for the second time

Hidden Cologne – urban city guide to be published for the second time The second issue of hidden cologne – urban city guide is now available. This English-language magazine, which is directed at the city’s guests and “temporary citizens”, once again shows its readers the hidden, largely unknown sides of Cologne. On the 76 pages […]

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Waltz E minor by Jonathan Kravtchenko

New Waltz E minor by Jonathan Kravtchenko 

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Start Your day with Catherine Rollin. Prelude in D Flat Major

Start your day with nice piano Music: Catherine Rollin. Prelude in D Flat Major

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New Mandela exhibition opens at CMHR in Winnipeg

        Mandela and the movement that rocked the world Fight for freedom showcased through dramatic visuals, digital technology Visitors to the Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR) can experience the tiny cell where Nelson Mandela spent 18 of his 27 years in prison, take a stand in front of a giant armoured […]

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ReDiscover Dominica Campaign

ReDiscover Dominica Campaign Dominica, The Nature Island of the Caribbean, has launched its “ReDiscover Dominica Campaign”to encourage travelers to visit the island. Visitors, friends of Dominica, and Dominicans can enjoy discounts on a trip to the Nature Island and, in doing so, help the country on its path to recovery. Dominica was hit hard by Hurricane […]

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Canadian Museum for Human Rights this summer with new hours and special programs

Canadian Museum for Human Rights gets set for summer with new hours and special programs The Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR) is getting set to welcome summer visitors and tourists from across Canada and around the world. Starting Monday, May 21, the Museum will be open seven days a week until after Labour Day. […]

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Lijiang River, China

Traveling to Yangshuo and Hong Kong with the family

Traveling to Yangshuo and Hong Kong with the family   Traveling to China with family and kids is fun experience, full of adventures and physical activities… After looong flight, we catch the speed train to Yangshuo, Guilin, Guangxi, China Trains in China are very comfortable and relatively inexpencive, and almost always ontime.

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ONE OCEAN EXPEDITIONS EXPANDED CANADIAN & ARCTIC 2019 VOYAGES

  THE SKY’S THE LIMIT FOR ONE OCEAN EXPEDITIONS AS IT ANNOUNCES EXPANDED CANADIAN & ARCTIC 2019 VOYAGES Vancouver, 24th April 2018: Over the past year, expedition cruise operator, One Ocean Expeditions (OOE), has expanded its fleet, housing three vessels exclusively under its banner, to become one of the world’s leading small-ship cruise operators. Following the launch […]

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“Morlens school of music Carnegie Hall Performance”

Morlens Musicians Perform at Carnegie Hall Morlens Musicians Give a First Class Performance at their Carnegie Hall Debut Young Anguillian musicians Kyiv Edwards (saxophone), Kasem Thompson (trombone) and Kamal Vanterpool (piano) gave a rousing performance of Amazing Grace at the American Protege International Competition Winners Recital at Carnegie Hall, New York, on Sunday April 1, […]

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