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Parched and Pampered In Bangkok

Thailand’s bustling capital is on a high, literally! From the towering high walls of the Royal Palace to the soaring skyscrapers that block out the sun, everything about Bangkok is lofty without being patronizing. With a perfect mix of cultural high spots, modern infrastructure, inexpensive, yet excellent hospitality and world-famous street food, Bangkok is ideal for your holidays, no matter what you’re looking for.

Interesting Facts About Mount Kenya

Mount Kenya is one of the highest peaks in Africa, second only to Mount Kilimanjaro. At an elevation of 12,549 feet, the glacier-topped mountains provide an excellent source of water for much of Kenya. Here are more fast facts about the mountain that named the country.

Gaining Veterinary Work Experience in Africa

When looking for veterinary work experience, try looking abroad for interesting programmes. Here, read about a few active volunteer projects in Africa.

Three Annual Events in London You Don’t Want to Miss

London is the largest city in the United Kingdom and in the European Union. The city of London was founded by the Romans in 40 AD. Over thousands of years, it’s now packed with over 8 million residents. That accounts for 12.5% of the United Kingdom population. There are hundreds of annual events thrown in London, but there are three that you don’t want to miss out on. If you’re planning a trip to London, consider timing it with one of these three events.

How to Relive History in London

The area currently known as London has been inhabited by humans since prehistoric times. It was officially founded until 43 AD, when Romans settled down and began building bridges over the Thames River. They thrived until sometime during the 5th century. The Roman city collapsed and the medieval era, for which London is famous for, began until Queen Elizabeth’s accession in 1558. Does all of this history intrigue you? In this guide for tourists, I’ll show you have to relive history during your trip to London.

Gift Giving in Oaxaca, Mexico, When Attending a Rite of Passage Celebration

Both visitors to Oaxaca and resident expats are constantly being asked to attend a plethora of rites of passage celebrations. Here’s some advice regarding what to give as a gift when invited to such a fiesta in this southern Mexico state.

5 Vivacious Destinations To Explore in South India

No marvel south India is the diamond of the crown and its unique culture and traditions set it special from the rest of the world. If you have thoughts that the destinations of south India are famed for Ayurvedic and meditation, you could be wrong. A tour to south India will let you come across various attractions and that is historical monuments, architectural beauty, wildlife sanctuaries and friendly hospitality, which have made the visitors put it on the top of the holiday’s lists.

Enjoy Your Stay In San Bruno While Travelling Across The City

The American West Coast is a hotbed of business activity 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. For this reason, thousands of people from other parts of the country and even the world visit it each passing day. For those looking to get down at the “SFO Airport” and finding a resting stop in San Bruno, there are a lot of options available to suit almost every preference.

Russia’s Unique Architectural Creations

They might be more suited to the European countryside, but many castles, ruling fortresses, holy cathedrals and majestic places are dotted throughout Russia. Many of these unique architectural creations have fallen to ruin but the ones that remain are very worth the time to visit.

Top Holiday Destinations in Canada

Many people from the UK list Canada as one of the places they would love to go on holiday. Increasingly, people are even packing up and moving over there for good. Here are my top three places to visit in Canada, with a bit of information about what makes each one so popular. 1. Niagara Falls Niagara Falls consists of three separate, enormous waterfalls; the American Falls, the Horseshoe (or Canadian) Falls and the Bridal Veil Falls. They are all situated on the Niagara River on the border between Canada and the USA. You can visit Niagara Falls from both Canada and the USA but for me, the Canadian side holds much more appeal for several reasons. The Horseshoe Falls is also known as the Canadian Falls because it is situated mainly on the Canadian side of the border. This is the largest and most majestic of all the falls. It is both higher and wider than the American falls and from the Canadian side of the border, you can soak up not only the sight and the sound, but also the atmosphere and spirit of the falls.

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