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Quito What to Expect

Quito What to Expect

The capital and largest city in Ecuador, Quito is charming delight full of treats and wonders. Tucked away high in the Andes, it is the second tallest city in the entire world. Thanks to one of the largest and best-preserved colonial cores in Latin America, Ecuador's capital was named the very first UNESCO World Heritage site.  The city of Quito, the cradle of Pre-Colombian cultures and an important witness of Spanish colonization maintains, for the time being unity and harmony in its urban...

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Ontario

Ontario

A third of Canada’s population lives in Ontario, and the city of Toronto — the country’s largest, contains most of Canada’s world-class attractions, entertainment, and shopping.  Adventure awaits you in Northwest Ontario —a wilderness playground of trails and parks and hundreds of thousands of lakes and a rich Indigenous history. Take advantage of various activities to do and places to see. It might be cold in the winter here, but during the summer located on the northern shoreline of...

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Nigeria

Nigeria

With over 200 million people, Nigeria is the most populous country of the continent and thus nicknamed the ‘ Giant of Africa’. The country has phenomenal cultural diversity, with over 250 different ethnic groups that altogether speak approximately 500 different languages. There is an abundance of historical sights of interest making this a culture-rich travel destination. Nigeria was colonised by Britain by the beginning of the 20th century. Under British rule in 1914, the northern and...

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Quebec Travel Tips

Quebec Travel Tips

From vibrant cities to larger-than-life landscapes, electrifying festivals to outdoor adventures, let the places and people of Québec wash over you. Québec, a vast territory where the horizon goes on forever… With its many lakes and rivers and its generous nature close to the city, it offers a unique outdoors experience. By exploring Québec, travellers learn to let go and enjoy a renewed sense of freedom. By stepping out of their comfort zone and daring to try new things, they share special...

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New York – Brooklyn

New York – Brooklyn

Brooklyn has transformed its reputation in the last 20 years. As New York City’s most populous borough, it has a vibrancy and urgency that is infectious. It’s a hotbed of culture, art, music, and food—and it’s no surprise that its residents are proud to live there. Gastronomes will find some of the city’s best bars and restaurants scattered throughout the borough, while dozens of art galleries and music venues showcase the works of Brooklyn’s many creatives. The most talked about bridge in the...

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Nashville Top 3

Nashville Top 3

Country Music Hall of Fame You cannot go to Nashville and not soak up the music scene. The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is the home of this popular American art form, safeguarding over 2.5 million artifacts, with two expansive floors of gallery space featuring permanent- and limited- engagement exhibits. Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center Well known for its nine acres of lavish indoor gardens. Boasting 50,000 tropical plants, rare international blooms and romantic...

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Moroccan Wine

Moroccan Wine

Although one might not necessarily associate Morocco with winemaking, prior to it becoming an Islamic nation in the 7th century, the country had a history of wine production that predated the Roman Era. Following the French colonisation in the 19th century and Spanish influence in the beginning of the 20th century, Morocco began to take wine production more seriously.  Under the influence of two successive Kings, foreign investment in production has increased considerably and in the last two...

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Mexico City Culinary Guide

Mexico City Culinary Guide

Few cities even come close to rivaling the accessibility and affordability of Mexico City’s street food scene. It’s not just tacos and tortas, either. Round, well, just about any corner in the Mexican capital and you’ll be met with a cornucopia of eating options, whether you love inventive (and delicious) vegan tacos or mayo-schmeared elotes (corn).  Did you know that Mexico City's bakery tradition goes back centuries? Every neighborhood has a go-to panadería or pastelería. Some of the biggest...

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Mbeya

Mbeya

Mbeya is a small city in Southwest Tanzania surrounded by a range of high mountains. Virtually unknown before the 1930s, the city then became popular due to the nearby gold deposits. It currently functions as a business hub for the surrounding countries. Mbeya is the quintessential ‘off the beaten path’ destination in Tanzania, surrounded by stunning natural wonders and beautiful scenery. You can fly into Mbeya easily from Dar es Salaam or get there by bus if you don’t mind the long journey....

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Top 3 things to do in Mauritius

Top 3 things to do in Mauritius

Located off the southeast coast of Africa, Mauritius is an island paradise encircled by the deep turquoise water of the Indian Ocean. With a tropical climate all year round and no actual Monsoon season, Mauritius is the perfect hotspot for sun and sea lovers alike.  1. Savour the Gorgeous Beaches The island is famous for its spectacular beaches. Stunning blue water, long stretches of white sand and fresh sea breeze make this a magnificent destination for a holiday. There is no shortage of...

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