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The Armenians have had their share of suffering, but events have failed to destroy the
spirit of Armenia.
Beauty of Bulgaria:
She's lustrous in the springtime, and awesome in the summer.
Being in Benin:
What's the point of going to Benin when no-one knows where it is when you tell them where
A fortnight's budget for some might be a couple of thousand dollars, for others a few
hundred. How to travel further, for less.
One of the biggest changes since I wrote the original article, is the arrival of the
Built on Inca foundations, Cuzco is one of South America's colonial gems.
Early on the morning of October 12th, a landing party arrived on an island in the Bahamas
and named it San Salvador. The natives must have been surprised to hear that their island
now belonged to Spain.
The traveller connected to the web might need to know where to pick up e-mail on the road.
Duck Seller From Warsaw:
After that meal, I felt a twinge of guilt as my travelling companion settled in my
stomach. Every time I land in Warsaw, I always think of Jan the duck seller - by Katalin
Earth Day - Apr 22:
The Earth cries in poverty, while man continues to fire up the chainsaws and cut back the
trees for financial growth - a look at Transylvania.
Euroland - The New Currency:
While most Europeans were popping champing corks and kissing strangers from the Eiffel
Tower to the Brandenburg Gate, their bankers were hard at work getting the new currency
European Cities of Culture:
The European City of Culture is promoted by the Ministers of Culture of the European
Union to open up to the European public particular aspects of the city, region and country
concerned, as well as to emphasise wider European cultural affinities.
Some links have gone, some have been revamped and there's a couple of new additions. We
also added some 1-800 fall foliage numbers for interstate travellers.
First Sunrise of the New Millennium:
It's history now and none of us will be around for the next millenium, so make the most of
Florida - The Fountain of Youth:
In 1513, Juan Ponce de León came to the Sunshine Coast in search of the mythical fountain
of youth, and named it Florida.
Future Solar Eclipses:
These total solar eclipse routes are only rough outlines to give you an idea of where to
go to catch another total solar eclipse, or find out if one is heading in your direction
between now and the year 2020.
Photo feature on the crucifixion and self flagellation carried out in the Philippines
every year on Good Friday. Quite a tourist spectacle.
On August 20th, Hungary celebrates Saint Stephen's Day.
Il Palio - Siena, Italy:
On August 16th, Siena buzzes a little more than usual. It is the day of The Palio.
The Kumbh Mela is the largest festival in the Hindu calendar, held once every 12 years in
the north Indian city of Allahabad.
Monaco Grand Prix:
Glorious sunshine, clean white yachts, and Lacoste a lot t-shirts on suntanned bodies,
this small Mediterranean principality closes its streets and opens her heart to you.
Nunavut - A New Capital is Born:
On Thursday April 1st, 1999, Canada's Inuit people got their indepedence, and Iqualuit
became their capital.
India is a pilgrim's paradise; a melting pot of religions.
There's something romantic about travel by train, and there are some great railway
adventures to be had throughout the world.
Romania is not too geared up for tourists at present, although we're sure you'll enjoy the
San Marino - The Postcard Republic:
Camel trains and indigenous people will not be found on the road to San Marino. This
photo-article tells you more about the world's smallest republic.
Shussing around the popular European ski resorts.
Argentina is a diverse country with plenty to see and do, even for the most jaded of seen
it all travellers.
The train left Budapest very early in the morning for Bistritz, Romania - by Katalin
Travel by Greyhound:
Buses are more frequent than Amtrak, and they go to just about everywhere. Be warned
though, some of the stations are in grotty areas.
Travel guides are a Godsend and a tremendous amount of research has gone into them.
With this short article on travel photography, we look at how you can make your
Some travellers return to write a book, and then there are the great writers who travel.
Istanbul may not be the capital of Turkey, but it is the historic centre that bridges the
two continents of Europe and Asia, at Galata.
Walz Around Austria:
The Danube runs across the north of the country, from Passau through Linz and Vienna and
out towards Bratislava.
We take you on a real virtual journey, live around the World. If a picture says a thousand
words, we're going to let the Webcams talk you to death.
When most of us think about going abroad, it's usually to get away from work, but here a
few pointers for those who want to go away from home, to work or study in another country.
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