Archive for February, 2013

  • Travel delights at Puerto Iguazu
    Travel delights at Puerto Iguazu
    While on tours to South America, enjoy the pleasures of being in a travel paradise and bask in the delights of a beautiful land filled with the best possible tour experiences. Puerto Iguazu in South America is one such beautiful travel destination in this part of the world. Located at a place where the three countries, Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina meet, this is one location that is a must see in tours to South America. With the Tancredo Neves Bridge connecting Iguazu with Brazil, this is a place where one gets to see interesting sights and memorable locales. The Mborore Museum is one such place here where you get to see the best of museum collections. Besides, you also have a bird rehabilitation centre where you get to know a lot about birds and their descriptions. The Iguazu National Park is another place of interest for travellers  [...]
    Posted at February 19th, 2013 at 04:02 am
  • Games in Venetian Macau
    Games in Venetian Macau
    When one thinks of casinos around the world, more than likely the  Chinese region of Macau probably doesn’t come to mind instantly. However,  if the casino industry in that country has anything to with it, it soon will. Macau is becoming one of the fastest growing gambling locales in the world – already surpassing Las Vegas. The biggest casino in Macau is the Venetian Macau and boasts the largest casino floor in the world. The Venetian Macau is based on its Vegas predecessor. However, the Venetian Macau was built with larger proportions. For any online casino fan who has yet to experience a world casino, this is definitely one to consider. The Venetian Macau offers a great variety of casino games. In fact, it has more tables as well as table games than other casinos. There are many different poker casino games which can  [...]
    Posted at February 12th, 2013 at 04:02 am
  • Hostels: An Economic Place for Travelers!
    Hostels: An Economic Place for Travelers!
    Hostels are an economical and affordable way to accommodate safe and sound with compatible travelers around the world. Hostels, also known as Hotels in some cases, generally feature security, social life, showers and rooms with multiple bunks. Some hostels are just having bare bones beds, while some are quite luxurious. Hostel are having good accommodation with dorm rooms and multiple beds in it, shared bathrooms, check in area, cooking and food area, and also at times a safe spot for your pack. Furthermore, they also usually have common areas for socializing, even if merely picnic tables in a courtyard. Laundry facilities are as well offered in some Hostels aka Hotels, and sometimes one can also have access of bars, tourist desks, and internet too. In many Hostels, you will be also given with in-phones and television sets. At  [...]
    Posted at February 12th, 2013 at 02:02 am
  • Xunantunich Ruins in Belize
    Xunantunich Ruins in Belize
    The ruins at Xunantunich is a very ancient archaeological site in western Belize and belongs to the Mayan group. Lying around 80 miles to the west of Belize City in the district of Cayo, this is around 8 miles to the west of San Ignacio Town. Xunantunich is situated on top of a ridge above the River Mopan and was an earlier Maya civic ceremonial centre in the Terminal Classic periods. Xunantunich’s name means Stone Woman. It is mix of Yucatec and Mopan. It is actually a modern name and the Stone Woman refers to a ghost of a woman who is believed to have lived here in the year 1892. Dressed in white it is believed she has fire red eyes. It is believed that she ascends the stairs and then disappears into a stone wall. Xunantunich was first explored by Thomas Gann in the middle half of 1890. Gann then settled in Belize, as he  [...]
    Posted at February 2nd, 2013 at 12:02 am