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Cruising in Canada and Alaska

If you still had a child’s imagination, you might picture the vast North American continent as some muscular cartoon superhero where the oversized head and shoulders where the vast regions of Canada and Alaska. To extend this comic metaphor, the portly torso of USA has plenty of its own attractions but, in my mind at … Continue reading »

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Europe River Cruising on Scenic Pearl

Scenic Tours’ $30 million ‘Scenic Pearl’ is one of the latest contenders to the title, ‘Queen of the Danube’. Roderick Eime goes along for the ride. River cruising is a fantastic way to explore Europe. The most sought after destinations are right there on the river bank, just tie up and wander ashore. A fleet … Continue reading »

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Egypt: Famously in Ruins

by David Ellis THE ancient tombs of many of Egypt’s most famous rulers, with their treasure-troves of sculptures, paintings, hieroglyphics and carvings, are amazing enough in themselves, but the fact that they were ever discovered in the first place is nothing short of a miracle. Hidden among rocky ravines in a sea of shifting sands … Continue reading »

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The Golden Triangle – India’s Essential Exploration

First time travel to India can be a daunting experience. Debutante, Roderick Eime, shares his experience and tries to alleviate your concerns about travel to the mysterious subcontinent. To say India is a vast land of extremes is something of an understatement. A traveller, especially a first-timer like me can and probably will experience the … Continue reading »

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Peru: Cusco, Ancient Incan Capital

No other city in Peru exemplifies its rich ancient and colonial history more than Cusco. Located in the south of the country, Cusco was once the capital of the Incan Empire and thus, houses many archaeological relics from that era. World heritage listed in 1983, the region combines spectacular landscapes, culture and architecture, creating a … Continue reading »

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