Budgeting For A Vacation Or Trip

Most people mistakenly think that you need a lot of money to travel, or that vacations are simply too expensive and lavish. This is a good example of a wrongful assumption. Traveling 'light' so to speak, with limited cash, combined with a positive attitude and a deep personal commitment, persistence and resourcefulness is possible. Simply put, planning pays and travel budgets save money. Taking the extra time to review sources at your disposal prior to, during and after your trip encourages a ...
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Vacations - British Columbia

Are you torn between taking a luxurious, pampered holiday versus an outdoor, sporty vacation? If you and your holiday partner can't agree (or even if you're not sure yourself) there's no need to compromise when you visit the city of Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada. An Urban Oasis - Stanley Park Vancouver is one of the few cities (including New York with the famous Central Park) that can boast a sizable park as one of its features. Stanley Park is 1000 acres and is one of the ...
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The History of Gatlinburg, Tennessee

Gatlinburg is a popular resort town in eastern Tennessee with a year-round population of 3,300. The town enjoys a great sense of history that is easily accessible to all visitors. The Ogle family built one of the first cabins in Gatlinburg in the early 1800s. The Ogle cabin still stands and is one of Gatlinburg's main attractions. Gatlinburg, Tennessee was originally settled in the 1790s and 1800s by South Carolinians of English, Scotch, Irish and Scotch-Irish ancestry. The earliest settlers ...
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Udzungwa Mountains in Southern Tanzania

GENERAL INFORMATION: This park is a National Park without roads. After arrival the visitors must get out of the safari vehicles and walk. This is a National Park with a difference and is best visited in the dry season; as the paths and trails in the mountains become quite slippery in the wet season and crossing the swollen mountain rivers can become dangerous. It is required to take a guide and or an armed ranger on the hikes. A guide come ranger will cost US$ 10 per group per day. There are ...
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A Guide to Smith Mountain Vacations

Smith Mountain Lake is situated in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains in Virginia. This region is stunningly beautiful and offers a great deal of attractions that will appeal to nearly everyone. The lake has a coastline of about 500 miles. People in this area enjoy several activities on the lake itself, but there are enough golf courses and fine restaurants to lure visitors back to the land. Smith Mountain Lake State Park is another wonderful place for travelers to visit. A Smith Mountain Lake ...
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How Dangerous Are Mosquitoes?

Mosquitoes have always been a constant annoyance, be it at home or outdoor. You have probably been irratated by mosquitoes when it circles around you when you are golfing, camping or simply watching TV. But do you know that some mosquitoes carry life-threatening diseases such as dengue, malaria, yellow fever and encephalitis? Here are some facts about mosquitoes that everyone should know. * Most species of mosquitoes reproduce by laying their eggs in water. This means that ANY containment of ...
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Canada

Canada is located in North America and stretches all the way from the Atlantic to the Pacific, being made up of ten Provinces and three Territories. To the North is the Artic ocean; Davis Strait on the North East separates it from Greenland, to the East is the Atlantic Ocean; the South is bordered by the United States of America and the West by the Pacific Ocean and Alaska. A country of outstanding natural beauty, Canada has a wide variety of landscapes; the mountains, the prairies, lakes ...
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African Home Adventure Tours And Safaris

Adventure Tours and safaris. In the hands of African Home Adventure Tours And safaris kenya and Tanzania. We specialized in Luxury lodge safaris,Adventure camping,Unique beach holliday in mombasa,malindi,Lamu and Zanzibar,Mountain climbing in Kenya and tanzania,killimanjaro,Mount Kenya,Car hire,Gorilla safaris,White water rafting,Shuttle services,Airport pickup and many more. Contact us. website:www.africahomeadventure.com e-mail:info@africahomeadventure.com Phone:+254-20 2723012 ...
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Tour de France Viewing in Person- What to Expect (Part 1)

What does an HC (hors categorie, or "out of category") or even a Category 1 or Category 2 climb feel like? Can I do it, or would I need to get off and walk? How much of the Tour de France will I get to see if I go there on an organized tour? These are just several of the many questions cyclists ask while they are contemplating a trip to France to see the Tour. Experiencing the Tour de France in person can be the fulfillment of a lifetime dream for many cyclists. Seeing the colorful peleton ...
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Packing For Adventure Travel

There's a funny scene in Romancing the Stone when Michael Douglas' character meets Kathleen Turner's character and agrees to take her to a phone booth hundreds of miles away. He simply refuses to help her carry her completely impractical luggage and a few scenes later goes even further by chopping the heels off her shoes so she can actually walk in them. This little fiasco encompasses the essence of packing for adventure travel. Less is most definitely more! When in a foreign country it is ...
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