Archive | August, 2014

The great ocean road to a great ocean experience

The great ocean road to a great ocean experience.

The Great Ocean Road is an Australian National Heritage. It represent a coastal region of  stretching 243 kilometres (151 mi) along the south-eastern coast of Australia between the Victorian cities of Torquay and Allansford. Built by returned soldiers between 1919 and 1932 and dedicated to soldiers killed during World War I, the road is the world’s […]

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Central America’s hidden & stunning Caribbean Coast Corn Island Nicaragua.

Central America’s hidden & stunning Caribbean Coast Pt.4 The Corn Islands

The Caribbean coast’s biggest tourist draw is actually 70km offshore on a pair of enchanting islands with horseshoe bays, crystalline coves and underwater caves. Great Corn is larger and peopled by a Creole population that lives in colorful wooden houses, many of which are sprinkled along the main road that encircles the island. And though […]

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Haida Gwaii Map Post pic

Haida Gwaii Island nation that will take you back in time and slow you down.

First off, history: The word Haida means simple “people” -people of the islands. This was a small nation unto itself, protected by forbidden seas, making them geographically aloof, sea buttressed and distinctive. In 1787 the islands were surveyed by Captain George Dixon. They were named the Queen Charlotte Islands by Captain Dixon after one of […]

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Travel pick up lines!. vol.6

Travel pick up lines!. vol.6

Modern tourism does not promise transformation but rather the possibility of leaving home and coming back without any significant change or challenge. Tourists may enjoy the visit only because it is short. The memory of it, the retelling, will always be better. Whereas travel is about the unexpected, about giving oneself over to disorientation, tourism […]

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