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Articles New Zealand - Want to learn how to carve your own piece of bone or weave a proper little harakeke (NZ flax) basket? I have recently come to New Zealand and went on to become a "creative tourist"! Let me share my interactive experiences with you ...
Articles Zambia - Kafue has an impressive mammal list and boasts the greatest diversity of antelope in Africa including important populations of Defassa waterbuck and Red lechwe.
Articles Daytona Beach, Florida - Daytona Beach has 23 miles of beautiful beaches. The atmosphere is casual, so leave your fancy clothes at home. You can enjoy the arts and culture scene with flip flops and a sunhat.
Articles Italy - The story of the rails going through this little area in fact mirrors the history of European railways. Once a strong weapon of industrialization the railways became a burden with the introduction of the car during the 20th century.
Articles China - Kashgar, once a key centre of the ancient silk road, now lies in the autonomous region of North Western China.
Articles Honduras - Tourism has had a great effect on the development of a new hot spot destination in Honduras. This has brought hope back to the people that the villages will be able to profit from their services and not agriculture.
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 Yellowstone, Wyoming - Three seniors from Texas embark on an exciting adventure into Yellowstone National Park where they stay in Yurts, X-country ski, showshoe, and experience the beauty of Yellowstone in the winter.
Articles Twin Cities, Minnesota - Exploring Minnesota's Boundary Waters Wilderness, a million acres in northeastern Minnesota spotted with lakes and bordering Ontario and its Quetico Provincial Park.
Articles NorthCentral, Minnesota - Canoe trip taken in 2007 into Quetico Provincial Park, a canoe only wilderness
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