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Africa Travel Guide
Africa is not just the world's second largest continent but also the world's least explored continent until recent times. It is surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea to the north and the Suez Canal and the Red Sea to the northeast. The Indian Ocean and the Atlantic Ocean are towards Africa's southeast and west direction respectively. This mighty continent offers over 50 countries where you can find an endless variety of topography, people, beauty and charm. Use this opportunity to explore and study the deep connections with our past ancestors and the very origin of all human life. Also let the rawness and wild power of nature to enthrall you.
Allow Morocco's regal cities to sway you by going back to their glorious past. Tangier will charm you with its history while Rabat will offer you a glimpse of the Royal Palace in its most majestic glory. Meknes offers you a visit to the tomb of Sultan Moulay Ismail, a key historical figure in this city. Fez deserves a view as it is one of the oldest medieval cities in the world. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site too. Lastly Marrakech with its famous markets will provide bargains of all kinds on all types of merchandise.
A visit to the Liwonde National Park in Malawi will offer you a rare encounter with elephants, crocodiles and hippos. For the faint hearted, a meeting with antelopes and zebras is guaranteed.
A visit to Grand Baie in Mauritius is a must if you want to unwind by taking part in water skiing, wind surfing and sailing in the cool blue virgin waters found here. Party animals can have a nice time out here too as it has a rocking night life. Flacq is another place in Mauritius which offers beaches of the highest order to tantalize your senses.
Fish lovers can explore the Lake Malawi National Park. It is truly awesome and will offer a chance for your kids to experience the fun of observing the largest number of fish species found in a single lake anywhere in the world. If cheetahs are the kinds of cats which fascinate you, then you should definitely visit the Etosha National Park in Namibia to observe these graceful beasts in their natural surroundings. In short Africa has everything that anyone can look forward to it's a whole new world full of exotic surprises in this wonderful continent.
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Ati-atihan in Kalibo Aklan
Ati-atihand origins ccan be traced to 1210 when refugees from Borneo would smear their faces with soot in affectionalte immitation of the Filipino natives The island of Panay in the Visayas is where this particular detail of Philipine history took place sometime ih the late 12th or early 13th century. For centuries hence, it has been commemoratged in one specific place - in Kalibo, the capital ... Read full Blog post
Palace on Wheels : A Royal Luxury Train Tour in India
Palace on Wheels is one of the most popular luxury trains running in India. It presents a great chance to travelers from across the globe to explore the fabulous destination Rajasthan and Agra sitting in the lap of exquisite luxury of the train. It is a well-known fact that Indian royalty was too fond of luxury trains. The princes of various princely states got their trains customized in England ... Read full Blog post
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