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Articles Oaxaca City, Mexico - Few travelers know that a tiny insect, native to Oaxaca, impacted the world economy for close to 200 years, after the Spanish first arrived in Mexico: the strong natural red dye from the cochineal or cochinilla, a bug living off the nopal cactus.
Articles Italy - Avoid the tourist traps and discover a new side of Italy by exploring rural, medieval-era Tuscan towns.
Articles Micronesia - My friends said to me, “Where are you going again? Yap? Where in the world is that??” As the Continental jet banged down on the short runway, roughly enough to knock a few of the oxygen masks out from their overhead compartments, I began
Articles Honduras - The huge diversity of activities you can do in Cusuco National park is amazing. I will give you top 10 I most like.
Articles Italy - There's a full range of accommodation in Rome Italy. From the best 5 star luxury hotels with original features to family-run guest houses to hotels in the Historic Centre which charge a premium for their location but facilities not always matching th
Articles Namibia - One of the world's pre-eminent wildlife areas, present day Etosha National Park covers approximately 23175 square kilometres of land.
Articles Zimbabwe - Lake Kariba is located in the Mashonaland West Province of Zimbabwe, near the famous Zambezi river.
Articles Puebla, Mexico - A very high cuisine developed in the Tlaxcala/Puebla area of Mexico in pre-Hispanic times. It was added to and enhanced by Spanish and French influences resulting in a kitchen as rich, subtle and complex as any in the world; well beyond what is usual
Articles Australia - Hastings Point is ideal for a couple getaway, single's retreat, family break or fun trip away with friends. Basically anyone would love it! When we visited not long ago, it was like stumbling into an oasis of white untouched beaches, shallow waters,
Articles Australia - The ultimate escape to the green rolling hills of the Adelaide hinterland can not only be discovered by campervan, but also by foot along South Australia's famous Reisling Trail. This lush walk amongst the grapes and stakes of the wine trail is not f
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