Monthly Archives: May 2016

Qualities You Need to Work in the Travel and Tourism Industry

The travel industry is a multi-billion dollar, global and ever growing industry with many opportunities for work and advancement professionally and benefits to those who work in the industry and their families. The advantage with working in the industry is that there are certain basic qualities that once learned in one area of the industry … Read More

Top 5 Beaches to Hang Your Hammock in Kauai

Kauai, the Garden Island, is the oldest of the Hawaiian Islands and provides breathtaking scenery to visitors. Kauai’s seemingly endless, beautifully soft beaches invite people to sit back, relax, and take it all in. Take a hammock, beach chair, or a simple towel and find yourself consumed by the beauty of one Kauai’s beaches. 1. … Read More

The Ship Angel Gabriel

The book Angel Gabriel by Warren C. Riess contains information of interest to the descendants of the three Burnham boys, John, Thomas, and Robert, who traveled from England to the New World on the ship Angel Gabriel. On August 15, 1635 the Bristol Merchantman Angel Gabriel, conveying settlers and supplies to the New World, wrecked … Read More

Customs in Mozambique

Mozambique is a blend of different cultures and religions which has led to a country with different customs to the rest of the region. Encompassing some European customs as well as local African ones, it is important to know what to do and when to do it so as to avoid giving offense. On a … Read More

Nairobi, the Capital of Kenya

Some historians believe that the most ancient human traces that were ever found were discovered in Kenya. They asserted that the port and the city of Malinda existed at the beginning of the 40th century BC and it was a commercial center at the time. Travelers have been touring Kenya since a very long time … Read More

Toulouse – The Red City

Toulouse is one of the most stylish cities of Southern France. Situated between the Mediterranean (150 km away) and the Atlantic (250 km), and just 110 km from the ski resorts of the Pyrenees and 730 km from Paris, Toulouse is the chief city of the huge Midi-Pyrenees Region and the fourth largest city in … Read More

Overview of Nairobi City, Kenya

More than a century old, the capital city of Kenya is the only major city neighboring a national park (Nairobi National Park). Its cosmopolitan nature contributes to the illimitable energy and the numerous elements of diversity, from fashion and food to language and beliefs. Popularly known as the city in the sun, Nairobi is perhaps … Read More

Looking at the Wooden Log Cabin Preserved in The Underground Railroad Freedom Center

Various artifacts, stories and a 12 minute film trace America’s struggle from the earliest beginnings of slavery through the Civil War unto reconstruction after the attainment of freedom at the Underground Railroad Freedom Center. One of the most memorable exhibits is the wooden log cabin preserved and restored within the center to represent a principal … Read More

Travel Tips When Going to Safaris

Here are some general guidelines that can help you when going on safaris: 1. Personal safety – in any place that you travel to, you must ensure your personal safety. • Do not bring huge amounts of cash. • Your passport, cash, and other travel documents should be in a pouch under your shirt or … Read More

5 Helpful Tips For Booking Your Grand Canyon Helicopter Tour From Las Vegas

Are you thinking about visiting Vegas and considering taking a helicopter tour of the Grand Canyon while there? If so, you’ll want to know a few things to help plan your adventure. Here are 5 tips that will help you plan your best trip. #1 Buy Your Tour In Advance It’s very important to buy … Read More

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