Monthly Archives: October 2010

5 Photo of the Week

Cities are made for humans but as we all know there are a few animals that have made them their home as well. In most places around the world these animals are pigeons, mice, rats, plenty of insects, dogs, cats and others of the sort.  But come to Australia and again things are a little […]

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17 Australia Road Trip: Brisbane to Sydney

After exploring the area around Brisbane we were ready to begin our next road trip in Australia which would take us from Brisbane to Sydney in 5 days. The sun was shining, it was pleasantly warm and the conditions were ideal for one of our long waited journeys. Happy as we were with our free […]

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2 Is All Mexican Food Hot and Spicy?

One of the issues that most travelers face when visiting Mexico is finding food that is not spicy or hot. Truth is that almost all dishes have some sort of chile in it, and if it’s not hot enough you’ll have some on your table ready to add at your convenience. But alas, all is […]

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5 The Best Clubs and Beaches in Ibiza, Spain

Ibiza is undoubtedly a great holliday destination especially for clubbers during the summer season, which runs from May to Septemeber. Ibiza is actually one of the smallest Baelaric islands but it turns out to be the most fun filled and entertaining with world renowned clubs that are extremely popular among tourists- and DJs- from all […]

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3 Photo of the Week

I took this photo during my visit to the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum in Japan. Unfortunately the boy died three days later. Have you visited the Hiroshima Peace Memorial? How did you feel after spending a few hours in it? Share your thoughts below…and this post too if you think it’s worth it!

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5 Photo of the week

Traditional Japanese shoes or japanese Geta have been used by women in Japan long before females from Europe and the Americas were using high heels, initially to keep ther feet elevated and thus dry from the rain and snow but later to maximize their beauty; they have in fact been traced back to the Yayoi […]

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12 Travel Search Engine Review: Hotelcalculator.com

Using Hotelcalculator.com A few days ago I was contacted by hotelcalculator.com asking if I would be interested in doing a review of their hotel search engine tool, something I did not find unusual but could put them on the spot because I agreed under one condition: I would publish the results whatever the outcome turned […]

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