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  • Blissful Bali Indonesia
    Blissful Bali Indonesia
    Bali, Indonesia the mystic miniature island in the Indonesian Archipelago of premier aboriginal descent has an enthralling range of choices from jungle safaris, forest lands, waterfalls, innate springs, beaches, majestic mountains to a thousand odd sacred shrines. Splatter around under the towering 40 meters waterfalls of Gitgit were the lure to take a dip in the pristine pools are believed to cause rift in lovers. Lovina has an impressive beach and the gripping low level falls of Air Terjun. A challenging hike up to the 100 meter high Blahmantung falls close to Pupuan is definitely worthwhile. Visit the magnificence of the sole Buddhist monastery, The Brahmavihara Arama or take a therapeutic dip in the bubbling springs of Air Panans located in Banjar. The beckoning freshwater springs emanating in Yeh Sanih and the scenic backdrop  [...]
    Posted at June 19th, 2009 at 07:06 pm
  • Ireland Travel- A Megalithic Haven
    Ireland Travel- A Megalithic Haven
    For an over-the-top time off that involves hiking, urban paradise, water adventure activities, golfing, exploring mystic ancient structures, magnificent National parks or basic farm adventures, Ireland Trips is the superlative choice for one and all. For the history aficionados, Ireland is chock-a-block with megalithic sites. A visit to the mystic redone channel crypt of Newgrange in Bru na Boinne, which lies on Boyne bank with a uniquely structured inner cruciform-like hall. This site bears significant historical importance in Ireland which was once ancestral temples where astrological, devout and religious rituals were performed. One can find elaborate and intricate carvings on the huge stones encircling and within the Passage Tombs in various shapes and forms bearing resemblance to the moon, sun and faces of human beings. Newgrange  [...]
    Posted at June 19th, 2009 at 06:06 am
  • Travel Invigorating Turkey
    Travel Invigorating Turkey
    Travel to Turkey, a destination par excellence with a rich 5000 year old cultural heritage evident in its magnificent structures, gold hued soft sandy beaches, innate curative springs and mouth-watering gastronomy. For the artistically inclined one can get lost in the maze of architectural marvels that dot the place. The Hagia Sophia Museum, a tortuous work of art which has seen the reign of several rulers, as it started off as a church, eventually being transformed to a mosque and finally the museum it eventually is. Aspendus, a primeval region atop a hill which has seen the splendour of the Persian and Roman era, is a well-maintained, enormous group of Roman theatres. The gigantic heads in conical form belonging to Antiochos, Zeus and Apollo at Mt. Nemrut intended to commemorate the deceased were built under the reign of King Antiochos  [...]
    Posted at June 18th, 2009 at 03:06 pm
  • Lyttelton New Zealand – Land Of Volcanoes
    Lyttelton New Zealand – Land Of Volcanoes
    The port of Christchurch, Lyttelton, proffers a plethora of inexplicable views of the extinct volcanoes worldwide. Situated in the country down under, on the east coast of South island of New Zealand, the Lyttelton town lies on the northern shores of the Lyttelton Harbour on Banks Peninsula. One is simply enchanted by the pristine views of miniature cottages and harbour dotted with ships and boats in all shapes and sizes. The Lyttelton Harbour is a bay on the north-west side of Banks Peninsula stretching kilometres inland from the south Pegasus Bay. On the upper harbour of south-west side of Lyttelton, lies the diminutive island of Quail. Encircling the Lyttelton Harbour, there are steep hills formations, evolved from the part of a wiped out volcanic crater that rises way up to a height of about 500m. One can see petite housing colonies  [...]
    Posted at June 18th, 2009 at 05:06 am
  • Mesa Verde Ruins – The Cultural Green Table
    Mesa Verde Ruins – The Cultural Green Table
    Mesa Verde stands proudly with its inherited association to more than 20 American Indian tribes, splendorous display of primordial stone- age existence, enchanting mountainous views, harrowing valleys, several towers and salubrious climate. Its rich, absorbing cultural influx is evident as one visits the Mesa Verde National Park.` Mesa Verde National Park The  Mesa Verde National Park, a drive away from Colorado, is over a century old national park which bears premier, prominent mention in the UNESCO World Heritage listing. The observation points and peaks in this national park touch amazing, dizzy heights of about 8,500ft. The key areas of prime interest revolve around the two ruins of Balcony House and the Cliff Palace. As one treks the mountain terrains to reach Balcony House, which is renowned for its cliff dwellings, exceptional  [...]
    Posted at June 17th, 2009 at 11:06 am
  • Mystic Marfa Lights In Texas
    Mystic Marfa Lights In Texas
    Make way to the land of ethereal, innate beauty, majestic sky line , which is synonymous to Marfa , the majestic Davis Mountains and the Big bend Area rich in varied animal forms, revel in the rich art culture, go zippy in one of the Glider rides or simply sift through the star-studded nights about town. Many visit this quaint ranching town situated on the Chihuahuan Desert plateau in West Texas to revel in the Marfa Lights Festival which is held on Labour Day weekend where there is a carnival-like atmosphere with street procession that go on during day and night times, foodie paradise and live shows. The Marfa Lights Viewing Area, the base of the Chinati Mountains, is the ideal place to visit after dusk to get hypnotised by the sights of these tiny multi-colored, hued and intensity baffling lights that keep moving about in the skies  [...]
    Posted at June 16th, 2009 at 10:06 am
  • Travel To Kuwait City – Cavorting Paradise
    Travel To Kuwait City – Cavorting Paradise
    Kuwait, the emerging avant-garde getaway destination in the Middle-East, that has successfully stood high against the devastations of war, with its eclectic array of souks, multi-ethnic gastronomic delights, entertainment arenas, amazing islands and monuments with their architectural and historical significance. This essentially deserts caped country, founded barely three centuries back by the Al Sabah family, offers some amazing structures like the Al seif Palace, Bayt Lothan, Oil Display centre, Dhows and Al Ahmadi. The Al Ahmadi, the oasis administrative town of Kuwait is chock-full with oil refineries, beautifully planned residential areas with serene settings. Bayt Lothan, an NGO involved in the noble effort of bringing arts-crafts-design to the forefront in Kuwait, is a must visit for the art fanatic. The Sadu House also is  [...]
    Posted at June 15th, 2009 at 10:06 pm
  • Mystery Islands Of Italy – Part 7
    Mystery Islands Of Italy – Part 7
    The Lipari Island is the prime, dense populace Aeolian Islands in Italy. One can find majestic volcanic rises of the Monte Chirica, Monte Sant’Angelo, Monte Pelato and Monte Guardia, touching dizzy heights of 1000-2000ft. The chief source of livelihood range from the abundant olives, citrusy and tropical fruits, excavation of pumice, fishing, obsidian which is a glass obtained from the volcanic lava and last but not the least the flourishing tourism industry. A visit to the famed Archeological Museum in Lipari that is a splendid warehouse of quarried remnants of the Neolithic era, prime attraction are the ceramic discoveries found in graves dating back to the Bronze and the Grecian era. The dormant volcano called the Vulcano is a tourist magnet for its therapeutic hot water springs rich in sulphur deposits. The San Calagero has  [...]
    Posted at June 15th, 2009 at 01:06 am
  • Humility Personified Israel
    Humility Personified Israel
    None can match the wonderful amalgamation of contemporary interest, sanctity and affluent past than Israel has to offer. A visit to Israel is unfinished without experiencing the magnificent Jerusalem and Bethlehem, the famed duo that commemorate the origin of Christ and the dawn of Christianity. Consecrated by the world’s trio religions of Jewish, Christianity and Muslims, Jerusalem the enthralling city with its wide array of memorials, awe-inspiring scenic locales and splendid gold hued granite makes it the superlative global pilgrimage cum travel site. The key landmark of Jerusalem is the Via Dolorosa, the holy path that Christ undertook on his final journey to Golgotha, where he was crucified. Via Dolorosa also called the Path of 14 Stations is the most beaten tracks in Jerusalem which countless followers tread on a daily basis  [...]
    Posted at June 14th, 2009 at 12:06 pm
  • First Tour Guide to Japan
    First Tour Guide to Japan
    Are you planning a holiday? Looking out a new destination? Why not tour Japan and explore this amazing country. Tourist flock to this place because it is a place extensive of stunning sceneries and tourist spots if you are an adventure lover then Japan is the ideal destination where you get to join the careful and fantastic people there. Trekking in Japan is an experience that you will never disregard. Even though Japan is an exclusive country but yet it is affordable by the common tourist. Traveling abroad can become more enjoyable if you anticipate their customs. It is better idea to get reviews about the country’s culture before you make a visit. Before visiting Japan it is important that you understand the currency conversion of the country. It changes on a day to day basis, but it is crucial that you have an approximate idea  [...]
    Posted at June 10th, 2009 at 11:06 am