Do you want to be wined and dined? Do you want to rekindle the flame or start a new fire? Was the last time you enjoyed romance during the Clinton presidency? In an earlier post, we covered some of the romantic things to do with your sweetie on a Breckenridge, Colorado vacation. If that wasn’t sweet enough for him or her, here are the top five romantic…Continue
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As the name "after office" implies, the original concept was a place to go straight from work to eat and have a few drinks to relax after a hard day's work. In Buenos Aires the reality now is far removed from that definition, the after office is like a mini-Saturday night stuffed in the middle of the week. The only mini thing about it is the duration (up to 2 or 3 AM at the most)…Continue
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Random Tip No. 16
Hong Kong’s no. 1 Tourist Attraction has queues, bloody great big queues.
The Peak Tram is a wonderful way to travel to The Peak for first time visitors and even for jaded old lags such as myself, I never ever get tired of it.
Which brings me to the subject of queues.…
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Whistler, B.C. - Canada's newest jazz festival is set to sizzle in Whistler Village this September.
You don’t have to be gay to enjoy live theater (although it certainly helps). Since 1974, the Breckenridge Theater has presented top notch productions and this summer is no different: a classic children’s play, a wacky comedy and a musical featuring nudity. What more could you possibly want? If you’re planning a Breckenridge vacation this summer, be sure to catch one, or more, of the following plays at the Breckenridge…Continue
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This can depend on where you are going. In most of the country, the main rainy season runs from June to the beginning of September, with short rains in March. In the Omo and Mago parks however, in Southern Ethiopia, the seasons are different with the main rains from March to June and shorter rains in November.
A valid passport is required for travel to Ethiopia containing at least two blank pages per country and a validity of…Continue
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The most common aircraft used by Aerolineas Argentinas for long haul flights to and from North America or Europe is the Boeing 747-400. If you are scheduled on one of these flights, don't forget to complete the online check-in and try to choose seats 36B, 36C, 36J, and 36H. This is the closest you…Continue
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ILAM is a small hilly town with pristine landscapes of sloped tea gardens, thick natural forests, holy sites and unique culture. Ilam offers excellent gateway from city life garden, tranquil picnic and sightseeing stop, short treks along gentle slopes or a trudge into the nearby wood. If spiritual instinct calls there are several holy sites one can visit in and around the area. Thus Ilam is a much sought after tourist destination for travelers of all kinds. It…Continue
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Addis Ababa, which means "New Flower" in Amharic, is an intriguingly indigenous African city. Unlike many other African capitals, it's founding, growth and development, are not rooted in colonization. Founded in 1887 by Emperor Menelik II, This big, sprawling, hospitable city is 7,200-feet high in the foothills of Mount Entoto and the panoramic view from the peak is spectacular.
Addis Ababa is a mix of the past and the present, sheep, cows and goats walking…Continue
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Ethiopia presents one of the most stunning natural environments in Africa. Because of the great variety of its culture, landscapes and climate, Ethiopia represents all that Africa has to offer.
Ethiopia … a land of discovery!
Ethiopia, formerly called Abyssinia, is a land rich in culture and…Continue
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Aberus Ethiopia Tours is a privately owned Ethiopian local tour operator, run by highly experienced Management Team, capable experts, knowledgeable and competent with exceeding qualities to handle all your travel needs and requirements in Ethiopia to your full satisfaction. By using the immense knowledge and expertise of our team, we will set up the best the country has to offer based on your interests, travel style, time frame, and budget – to ensure that we suggest a tour…Continue
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The Historic route is one of the prominent tourist areas of the country. Nowhere else in the world can you find a collection of Tourist attractions in one area that could date back to a time of ancient civilization.
The well-trodden path through Ethiopia’s famous and fascinating historic sites takes you through a scenic, magnificent world of fairy-tale names such as Axum, Gondar, Bahir Dar and Lalibela. Traveling the route will offer you a glimpse into a truly remarkable past. As well…Continue
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The country could be subject to fire and sword, but no invader ever troubled the serene peace of Lake Tana. For that reason, the Ethiopian kings safely hid their treasures
in churches on the lake’s islands. But upon careful observation, another treasure is revealed as one discovers
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Aerolineas Argentinas has implemented a new circular route, the Federal Corridor, to cover Argentina's main tourist destinations. Now you can see more of Argentina on your vacation since you don't have to waste time backtracking to Buenos…Continue
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The salient colourful Tribal festivals and events include Southern Ethiopia people’s festival at Arbaminch (Thousand Stars Festival), Ethiopia’s people day and different colorful rites of passages occasionally performed by many of tribes in the Omo Valley.Continue
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The Omo River Valley is still a virgin environment, where tribal traditions have remained unchanged. The women still dress in elaborately decorated skins and the men celebrate adulthood with special coloured hair buns. It is one of the few places you can go in Africa (or in the world, actually) and see people dressed in tribal attire—and they are not just dressing up for tourists.
Meet the Mursi tribe whose women wear huge lip plates and whose men…Continue
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Situated in the mid far western Terai, in a remote part of Nepal and east of the Karnali River. It covers an area of 968 sq km. It is about 585 km a way from Kathmandu. One of the largest national parks and one of the least explored by foreigners. The park is the largest and most undisturbed wilderness area in the southern part of Nepal. About 70% of the park is covered with dominantly sal…Continue
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Royal Chitwan National Park, one of the famous parks of Asia and easily accessible from Kathmandu. This National park is situated in the subtropical inner Terai lowland of south-central Nepal. It is about 169 km from Kathmandu. It covers an area of 932 sq km. The park covers a pristine area with a unique ecosystem of significant value to the world. It contains the Churiya hills, ox-bow…Continue
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Nepal is the world's number one adventure playground for mountain bikers. From the flatlands of the Terai to the terraced hillside farms, the vertical landscape soars towards the snow clad peaks of the Himalayas, inviting you to share the adventure of this awesome landscape. The tropical lush vegetation is a rich contrast against the stark, arctic regions where winds have swept, sculpting amazing…Continue
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