Archive for April 25th, 2010

Peru Travel – Exploring the ‘Unknown’ Archaeological North of Peru

The often unknown region of the Archaeological north of Peru is missed by thousands of visitors every year. The North is home to a stimulating and memorizing range of pre-Hispanic (and even pre-Inca) ruins and monuments. Read more

Mini Retirement Ideas From Darling Harbour Travel Expo

On Saturday I went to check out the Travel Expo with my partner to get some ideas on places to go for a mini retirement. There were a lot people in the expo and lots of different stands offering travel packages to multiple travel destinations. Normally entry fees were $15 per person, though we were lucky to have found a special voucher that was printed off from the Internet so we entered for free. Read more

On Celtic Tides – One Man’s Journey Around Ireland With a Sea Kayak – A Book Review

Imagine travel around Ireland not by land but by sea. Chris Duff documents his journey of circumnavigation, at times harrowing and at times joyful, with the unique perspective of a lone mariner touched by the poetic muse. Read more

#OhJustLikeMe | Create Your very own FIFA World Cup. | Club Sea Breeze Travel

RT OhJustLikeMe: I miss 2006s Fifa World Cup, where Italy vs France was EPIC OhJustLikeMe. parveennnn gill: April 25, 2010 at 12:48 pm. RT Aurorri: I miss 2006s Fifa World Cup and Premiere League. OhJustLikeMe. Archie Michael: Read more

5 Destinations to Visit Now, Before They Disappear

Some of the most beautiful vacation destinations in the world are eroding due to environmental factors and development. If you are looking to experience travel destinations that may not be around for the next generation, then these five vacation spots may need to be on your to do list now. Read more

Peru Travel – Arequipa and the Ancient Historic Wonders of the Southern Peru

Arequipa is yet another colonial gem located in the south of Peru. Being Peru’s second city it was initially a isolated town until the construction of a railway connecting it with the world and fueling industrial development. In close proximity to the town are the great sights of Colca Canyon, the second deepest canyon in the world. Read more

RV Travel Tips!

There is a lot to learn when traveling full time on the road. A lot of RV Travel tips are learned while sitting in the hot tub at your resort. Read more

Eyjafjallajokull Got Your Home Based Business Undies in a Bunch?

OK – so only about 2500 people in the world can pronounce the name of the volcano that had the entire globe at a near-standstill for travel in the skies. If you had been among those stranded how would your top home based business fared? Read more

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