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The World is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.

 

Homes of British province

Old houses of British province give us a feeling like they just came out of the pages from fairy tales. They are traditions which are carefully preserved and passed on from generation to generation. Looking at these wonderful homes, it seems that behind those doors there is a lit fireplace and someone is cooking the most delicious English tea.

Photo of the Day: Dusk in Mustang, Nepal

Dusk falls over the temples and homes of Tsarang, once the most important town in Mustang. Here, cliffside caves offer clues to a time when the remote Himalayan kingdom was a hub linking Tibet to the rest of the world.

Copyright: National Geographic

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The Olympics of 2012!

With Opening Ceremony set for tonight, the Olympics are officially upon us! In preparation, here are our favorite Olympic projects.

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Natalia Vodianova presents Mario Testino’s Peruvian hacienda

In his sprawling home in the Los Angeles hills, Peruvian-born Mario Testino brings his home country flavour into his unique decor. And naturally, with none other than the Natalia Vodianova acting as the statuesque woman of the house, showcases his beautiful hacienda through the lens of his own camera.

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Photo of the Day: Bora Bora

Photo of the Day: Portugal

Photo of the Day: Abu Dhabi

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Chicago’s Skyline View is Number 1 in America (via Travel+Leisure)

According to Travel+Leisure website, Chicago’s skyline view is considered the best looking one out of…..35 cities in United States of America. No wonder lots of movies are filmed in Chicago! :)To add to that number 1 list, Chicago’s pizza and Business Hotels also made it to number 1! Do you agree?

Check out the list of the top cities with best Skyline Views. (more…)

World’s Most Scenic Cruises

Scenic views are the most priceless part of the amenity-packed cruise experience. And, as savvy travelers seek more adventure opportunities, cruise lines are responding by charting a course to ever more beautiful—and remote—corners of the map.
With their shallow drafts, small cruise ships can get close to the sights, and they come equipped with inflatable Zodiacs that allow for intimate coastline exploration.

But big ship lines, too, are bringing passengers to ocean-accessible scenic wonders like Alaska’s Inside Passage, where the roar of calving glaciers is best experienced from the vantage point of a ship’s deck. Even Carnival Cruise Lines, with its strong base in the Caribbean, is positioning a ship year-round in Sydney, beginning in fall 2012. It’s easy to see the reasoning: the South Pacific, South America, and Africa are all hot cruising destinations, according to the Cruise Lines International Association, the industry’s top marketing group.

Beauty may be in the eye of the beholder, but on the world’s most scenic cruises, Mother Nature serves up views that will please the most jaded traveler—and may even change the very way you look at the world. (more…)