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Thursday, 14 March 2013 12:44

South East Asia Travel News

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Singapore   Traveling our way around the tourism news of South East Asia, our first stop is Singapore, which is certainly promoting itself as a major conference and meetings destination, especially for travel and food events. From October 15-19, 2012, for the third year in a row, Singapore will host the mega travel and tourism festival, TravelRave (www.yoursingapore.com). This year’s program has expanded to include Asia’s most important annual travel industry forums, including: the Asia Pacific Tourism Destination Investment Conference, October 15 - 17, 2012; the Web in Travel Conference, October 15 - 17, 2012; Aviation Outlook Asia, October 17…
Thursday, 14 March 2013 12:42

New Things to See in Israel’s Old Places

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While standing in front of the cascading gardens at Israel’s Baha’i Temple in Haifa, something made me stop and stare. Wait, when were all of these beautiful, ascending gardens and fountains added? Such a reaction is common among people making a return trip to Israel. New things keep popping up in old places, which is why my third Israeli trip was so rewarding.
Thursday, 14 March 2013 12:34

Family Cruising On The Rise

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According to Cruise Line International Association, family cruising is one of the fastest growing segments in the industry. Cruise lines also reported more than a 50% increase in families sailing with children under the age of 3. Family cruises have long represented good value, but with the growing number of U.S. ports, millions of Americans are within driving distance of such cities as Boston, New York, Los Angeles, Seattle, Galveston, Baltimore and Miami - allowing them to bypass the cost and tedium of air travel and enjoy a “no fly” vacation at sea. But to create the perfect match for…
Thursday, 14 March 2013 12:32

The Best Leaf Peeping is in New England

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By Halloween, New Englanders are swimming in dry and brittle leaves. They collect and make patchwork rugs on driveways and cover the street’s shoulders. While kids walking along the sidewalks revel in kicking and crunching the crispy tree remnants, homeowners and landscapers lament the acres and acres of leaves that trees shed before winter hibernation. 
Thursday, 14 March 2013 12:28

Italy: Booking Grandeur Inside and Out

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Let’s say your client has been all over the world but somehow skipped Italy. This is a sophisticated person but he or she has somehow managed to miss this jewel. And they are now depending on you to match them up with the right properties, and expose them to experiences they could not have found without your guidance.
Thursday, 14 March 2013 12:25

Living Large in Cali, Colombia

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It’s disconcerting to be in a class with wrap-around, floor-to-ceiling mirrors reflecting your every misstep with the man billed as the world’s best salsa dancer. Your teacher glides effortlessly, all the while telling you how to move your feet and snap your hip. No pressure.
If your clients are seeking an active vacation in a sunny climate, Belize should be at the top of your list of recommendations. With its Caribbean coastal beach communities offering quick access to the world’s second longest barrier reef, and its rainforest interior filled with ancient Mayan ruins, plus a plethora of adventure activities, water sport lovers, adventure seekers and history buffs will all find what they are looking for.
Thursday, 14 March 2013 12:22

Eat, Drink and Be Happy Selling Aruba

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Serving up a delicious platter of hotels, resorts, golf courses, spas and casinos, Aruba aims to please with stretches of the finest beaches in the Caribbean and the coveted US pre-clearance at departure. Aruba is also below the hurricane belt with temperatures year round at the eighty-degree mark. 
Thursday, 14 March 2013 12:20

Developments and Tourism in Korea

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Since May 12 this year, South Korea has been hosting the 2012 Yeosu Expo (eng.expo2012.kr), an international exposition that addresses the important theme of “The Living Ocean and Coast: Diversity of Resources and Sustainable Activities.” Contrary to what many people think, an “international exposition” is different from a world exposition. The latter is greater in scale and takes place every five years. The last World Expo was in Shanghai, and the next one will take place in Milan in 2015 with the theme “Feeding the Planet: Energy for Life”.
Thursday, 14 March 2013 12:18

A History Lesson in Zimbabwe

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A stone’s throw from my luxury tent at The Hide Safari Camp in Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe, over two dozen elephants squirt water into their mouths as they splash in the lake. (www.thehide.com) The night is so clear and moonless that the Milky Way looks painted in the heavens. Sleep can occur once I return home. At this moment, the circle of life is being orchestrated right off my deck.
Thursday, 14 March 2013 11:05

Africa 
Travel Association Congress

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A village woman pours water over my hands from a large kettle as I duck into the hut. On my handmade wooden plate, crocodile, goat meat, and guinea fowl are heaped, as well as cooked cornmeal (sadza), greens in peanut butter and squash. All 500 delegates from around Africa and the world take turns filing into this warm, tiny hut for lunch. We are guests of the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) and are taking part in the Africa Travel Association’s (ATA) 37th Annual World Congress. This afternoon we are being treated to a Cultural Day in Ko Mpisi Village, a…
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