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Different Ways to Explore the Caledonian Canal

Barge holidays in Scotland offer one incredible way to explore the Caledonian Canal. But there are many more, as you will discover here.

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The Rivers, Lochs and Canals of Scotland

Exploring Scotland’s charming waterways could take you through one of its beautiful canals, into any of its stunning lochs, or down one of its beautiful rivers – and indeed, a Scottish cruise is a fabulous way to discover the country and appreciate its countryside, wildlife and culture. Introducing Scotland’s Waterways – With 125,000km of rivers, 27,000km of lochs, 220km of canals and 198,000 ponds, Scotland has a lot of water! These expanses of water provide huge benefits for the country’s ecosystems and wildlife, as well for the…

Interesting Facts About the Lochs of Scotland

A Scottish cruise will take you through some of the beautiful lochs of Scotland. The unique expanses of water hide some interesting facts.

Why Travelling Alone Seems to Be in Craze

Travelling is a thing that every person loves, and it’s also one of the most rapidly increasing industries these days. The thing about the trend is that it always changes. Like for instance, a few decades ago, travelling alone seemed a farfetched idea. Since organized tours came into the fray, everyone thought it was the future of the travelling industry. And yes. To an extent, it has been true. Organized travel has always been in huge demand since its inception

5 Shocking Practices Tourists May Experience

Travelling to foreign countries is one way to sight see and get to interact with people globally. Every country is populated by its own citizens who practice different cultures and also peak different languages.

Bihar Braces Itself For Winter

‘Winter is coming.’ Bhola Rai may not have much idea about this trendy phrase, but he means it; he is preparing himself. Baraka Rajpur, a village situated in Bihar province of Northern India, is indeed preparing itself for the winter.

The Village of Postira Croatia

Postira may seem like any other small fishing village on the island of Brac, but this coastal haven has become one of the main attractions on the island for many outstanding reasons. Brac is the largest islands in the central Dalmatian region of Croatia and Postira is specifically located on its northern coast.

What Are the Qualities of a Good Cab Company?

Read the article & know the qualities of a good company. Make sure you have a high quality, reliable cab company on which you can rely. Read More.

Glamorous St Tropez in France

If you visit St. Tropez now, you will find it hard to believe that it used to be a sleepy fishing village at the heart of the French Riviera.

The Incredible Valley of the Moon in Bolivia

If you ever wonder what the moon looks like up close, one of the best places to get an idea is the Valley of the Moon in Bolivia. The valley, which is called Valle de la Luna in Spanish, is indeed a spectacular site.

The Luxurious Private Island of Song Saa – Cambodia

Perhaps Cambodia is mostly known for its rich culture, its tragic history (Khmer Rouge) and its ancient temple complex, Angkor Wat. But have you ever imagined that you could also experience a luxurious and relaxing beach vacation in the country?

LED Lighting for Travelers

LED lights are handy for a multitude of reasons, but for travelers, they have become a necessity for safety and security. Here are some ideas for LED lighting uses for your next trip. LED Flashlights These can be used for a wide range of things.

The Great Velikiy Novgorod and Its Majestic Monasteries – Russia

Novgorod is as historic as it can get. Usually noted as the birthplace of Russia, Novgorod chronicles the main events in the Russian life dating as far back as mid-tenth century.

Automate Travel Business Using Tour Software

At the present time manual service of tourism business is a very time consuming process. An easy, automatic system is able to manage all the business deals through online.

Burma, Buddhism And Incense Sticks

May I tell you a story? It begins with a question. Do you remember the times of the 1960s and early 1970s or have you heard about them? Those were the times of the Cuba Missile Crisis, the Vietnam War and John F. Kennedy’s assassination. The times of ‘The Beatles’ asking for ‘Love, Love, Love’, Janis Joplin, Bob Marley, the ‘Rolling Stones’ and Cat Stevens on his ‘Peace Train’, the times of Hare Krishna, Make Love-Not War, the times of Woodstock, Hippies and Flower Power, the times of Ravi Shankar with his Sitar, Yoga, Yogis and India. Does any of this ring a bell with you? Well, that was also the time when I had my first encounter with Incense sticks. It was absolutely ‘en vogue’ to burn incense sticks especially on parties and to drift away on swath of incense smoke into the realm of dreams of a better world. Yes, in the 1960s we were ready to create a world without injustices and wars, in brief, to make the world a better place, or so we thought, “Peace, brother.”

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