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Boo! The Ghosts of Charleston

on 01/26/2016 in Carolina
At night when the gaslights flicker and a fog blows in from the harbour, take a walking tour called The Ghosts of Charleston. With so much history, the place is crawling with ghouls, from the old bridges to the graveyards.By Anita Draycott

Going Bald

on 01/26/2016 in South Carolina
Although it’s near Southport, North Carolina, Bald Head Island is still considered part of the Myrtle Beach Grand Strand. This exclusive enclave, accessible only by ferry, was once the home of pirate Blackbeard and his merry thieves. Today, the pirates are gone and what’s left is an idyllic eco-friendly community where you can rent one of the homes, complete with...

Top Travel Attractions in Lyon

on 06/09/2015 in Lyon
Lyon is a French city situated in the East Central region of France known as Rhône-Alpes, between the cities of Paris and Marseilles. The residents of Lyon call themselves the Lyonnais and there are more than 484,000 of them within the city precincts. The name Lyon comes from the Celtic God names 'Lugoves, Lugh, Laon and Leiden'. Below are the...

Gunung Mulu National Park, Malaysia, a nature tropical paradise

on 12/14/2015 in Sarawak
Located in the island of Borneo in the State of Sarawak, Malaysia, the Gunung Mulu National Park is one of the most amazing and stunning natural wonders in Southeast Asia. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site that boasts of one of the longest networks of caves in the world. It is also home to the largest underground chamber in...

Shopping in the Souks of Marrakech

on 11/22/2015 in Marrakesh
By: Anita Draycott In seems that  everyone in Marrakech has something to sell and shopping in the souks of North Africa’s largest marketplace is another experience you’ll never forget. Beyond Jemaa el Fna square is the famed Medina, where the newcomer can be enticed, enthralled and exasperated all at the same time. “Lady I have best price for you,” the...


Cover Yourself with Mud at the Boryeong Mud Festival in Boryeong, South Korea

on 09/28/2015 in Boryeong
One of the best festivals in the world, the Boryeong Mud Festival is where you, your family and friends can enjoy frolicking in clean mud! De-stress, relax, and enjoy the activities in this festival where you can roll, mess up, and be covered with mud! Commonly known as Daechon, the city of Boryeong is on the coast of the Yellow...

Video: A Virtual Tour of The Pyramid of Giza

on 06/23/2015 in Egypt
Also referred to as the Pyramid of Khufu or Pyramid of Cheops, this pyramid is the oldest and the largest of the 3 pyramids that spot the landscape of Giza Necropolis in Egypt. For 3,800 years since its completion in 2560 BC, the Pyramid of Giza was the tallest manmade structure in the world. It was built as a tomb for Pharaoh...

Have a “Pizzafabulous” time in Old Forge, Pennsylvania

on 11/02/2015 in Old Forge
If you are craving for one of the best pizzas in the United States, you must visit the borough of Old Forge, Pennsylvania. The town is not where to go to if you want to enjoy a number of attractions, but if you love pizza, this town will provide you with a “Pizzafabulous” time.A borough in Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania, Old Forge...

Saint-Louis, Senegal, a proof that music is a universal language

on 10/23/2015 in Saint-Louis
There is something that makes the city of Saint-Louis, Senegal, different from the cities in Africa. It will remind you of Havana, New Orleans, and Cartagena. It might be the French influence in its history and culture, whatever it is; the city is unusually charming and laid-back. Located near the mouth of the Senegal River in the country’s Saint-Louis Region,...

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