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  • Snorkel v. Scuba
    Raffles Praslin creates infographic comparing snorkeling to scuba diving
    With crystal clear water, vibrant coral reefs and diverse marine life, the Seychelles are one of the world's greatest destinations for scuba diving and snorkelling. With 115 islands to choose from, it can be difficult to find the best spots to...
  • Barista Baking Company making treats delicious and easy
    Break, bake and eat delicious scones
    Barista Baking Company has developed an innovation, delicious and easy way of making scones. Ordinary scones are time consuming and messy to make. Instead of spending the whole day in the kitchen measuring the right amount of ingredients, dirtying...
  • Grilling steaks
    Summer grilling needs to be done safely
    Summer is time for grilling meat, poultry, seafood, and vegetables. However, this needs to be done with safety in mind to prevent injuries and damages.WEAR SUNSCREEN when going outside to cook food on the grill. I learned this only after receiving...
  • Christa  Morrone  at  Fairfax  Station
    The photographic eye of Christa Morrone
    Meet Christa Morrone, a high school senior from Centreville, Virginia who has taken photography classes and will soon be continuing her pursuit of photography at the Savannah College of Art and Design in Georgia. She has won many awards in art...
  • Save Money on Train Travel
    Save Money on Train Travel
    Riding on a train can be exciting, but it can also be expensive. There are plenty of ways you can get the train ride you want for a great price. This doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice quality or comfort either. Before you start shopping...
  • Tourists View Coffee Processes
    Touring Costa Rica
    Costa Rica's locals, the Ticos, are ready to give you a warm welcome whenever you visit their beautiful country.The following is a list of the various regions and what they might offer in the way of entertainment. Pick and choose whatever...
  • Juan Pablo Montoya grins with glee
    Juan Pablo Montoya Tops Leader Board
    Juan Pablo Montoya has this devilish little boy grin. Almost like the Cheshire Cat, pursed lips slowly spread into a smile and extend out, exposing those pearly whites. Dimples indent his cheeks, adding to that little boy type charm, but there'...
  • At Muir Woods, Marin County
    Age of redwoods at Muir Woods is slashed by half to 777 years
    California’s coast redwoods can grow taller than a 30-floor skyscraper and survive more than 2,000 years. Yet, a new study estimates that the tallest redwoods at Muir Woods National Monument are only babes in the woods.Medieval-era treesThe...
  • Tiny Knights Ferry loaded with California history
    Tiny Knights Ferry loaded with California history
    Knights Ferry is a town as steeped in California history as it is easy to overlook.On Highway 108 just 12 miles east of Oakdale, the Stanislaus County town can trace its roots to the Gold Rush year of 1849. That spring, William Knight pitched his...
  • Crystal Cruises creates ultimate North Cape/Arctic Circle voyages
    Crystal Cruises creates ultimate North Cape/Arctic Circle voyages
    The summer time beauty of Northern Europe with majestic fjords and the midnight sun provides idyllic cruise for non-sybaritic seafarers who are willing to give up tropical islands and sandy shores for more cultural pursuits. If you qualify,...
  • California Shakespeare Theatre
    All the region's a stage for Northern California summer Shakespeare festivals
    No playwright is more associated with summer than Shakespeare. Indeed, no sooner does warm weather descend than dozens of theater companies across the country throw open their doors to present the best of the Bard under the open sky.Northern...
  • Burting Red
    A Perspective of Life on the Road for a Year
    It's been a bit over a year since I left the U.S., traveling through Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Costa Rica.Amazing sites - the Copper Canyon in Mexico was a highlight (To watch a video of Basaseachic Falls in the Copper Canyon,...
  • Worker makes eerie discovery in Tokyo train station of decaying corpse
    Worker makes eerie discovery in Tokyo train station of decaying corpse
    The last thing one would expect to read about in today’s Maui News (we are on a working vacation on the island) was an item about a worker at a Tokyo train station who found the dead body of an elderly woman in an abandoned bright yellow...
  •  Silversea Expeditions explores the fascinating world of Shackelton
    Silversea Expeditions explores the world of Shackelton
    According to Wikipedia, Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton, was a polar explorer who led three British expeditions to the Antarctic, and one of the principal figures of the period known as theHeroic Age of Antarctic Exploration.]His first experience of...
  • Bryant Park endless activities for all ages
    Bryant Park endless activities for all ages
    Often considered a hidden treasure, Bryant Park in the center of New York City has a constant hum of activities taking place all day. Today, for example, one could have played ping pong, tossed beanbags or horseshoes, rode a carousel, listened to...
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