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Mexico City is all about big, BIG numbers

10 reasons why Mexico City is all about big, BIG numbers!

Mexico City is all about big, BIG numbers

10 reasons why Mexico City is all about big, BIG numbers!

You may have heard that Mexico City is one of the biggest capitals of the world. In this city of 25 million people with an average age of 31 years old and a big appetite for fun, entertainment, culture and good food, everything comes in massive proportions.... more »

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More than 400 awarded beaches in 2014

More than 400 awarded beaches in 2014

Greece is 2nd in Europe for its beautiful beaches Greece is the only European destination, blessed with a coastline exceeding the 7,500 km, and more than 200 islands spread around, in the Ionian and Aegean Seas. This is a summer ...more »

Balinese Dance Seeks UNESCO Recognition

Balinese Dance Seeks UNESCO Recognition

The Ministry of Education and Culture (Kemendikbud) of the Government of Indonesia is expected to propose Balinese dance to receive recognition from UNESCO. “When proposing international recognition, each country is allowed to submit ...more »

Fracking in Alicante - black gold or fool's gold?

Fracking in Alicante - black gold or fool's gold?

Spain is already known as the world's largest olive oil producer and now the country is looking to expand to a different kind of oil production in the hopes of pulling it from the brink of economic decline - petroleum. The discovery of two ...more »

Bali Airport Fees Increase

Bali Airport Fees Increase

Visa on arrival:   For US$ 35 the Indonesian Government may grant you a visa upon arrival which will be valid for up to 30 days stay in Indonesia and extendible for another 30 days if you apply 7 days before your visa is due to ...more »

Ramadhan in Lombok

Ramadhan in Lombok

For Lombok Muslims the Fasting Month mirrors the practice everywhere in the 1.6 billion-strong worldwide Islamic community. It is a time of dawn to dusk fasting and observance of rituals that reflect the rules of abstinence, prayer and ...more »

Mexico City: A Global Hub

Mexico City: A Global Hub

What makes a global city? Usually defined as an urban center with regional, national and international influence, these cities are highly diverse and, among other characteristics, home to big firms and international corporations, stock ...more »

Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls is probably Zambia’s most well know tourist attraction, although there are some who think it is in South Africa, near Cape Town I have heard.  Others mistakenly believe it is solely in Zimbabwe, but this amazing natural ...more »

Cosi Fan Tutte

Cosi Fan Tutte

This Summer Pafos (Paphos) will attract thousands of opera lovers from all over Europe for the 16th annual opera performed in the spectacular setting of Pafos harbour for the Pafos Aphrodite Festival. The festival offers the chance to ...more »

Bali Art Exhibited in Australia

Bali Art Exhibited in Australia

Australian PM Tony Abbott recently opened an art exhibition titled “Bali: The Island of Gods” at the National Gallery of Australia (NGA) in Canberra. The exhibition features several artistic creations: sculptures, paintings, and ...more »

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