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Colours of Cuba

Colours of Cuba

Casey Mead July 4, 2013 1

One of the most striking things about travelling through Cuba is the array of colours you see around the country. From the brightly painted retro cars to the washing hanging from windows in bustling

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Top 5 Archaeological Ruins Between Mexico City and Playa del Carmen

Top 5 Archaeological Ruins Between Mexico City and Playa del Carmen

David Lee July 1, 2013 1

The route from Mexico City to Playa del Carmen in the Ancient Civilizations tour offers five incredible opportunities to explore Mexico’s rich and varied history. All five of the ruins in this article are

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Visual Adventure: Oaxaca, Mexico

Visual Adventure: Oaxaca, Mexico

David Lee June 25, 2013 1

Oaxaca’s historic city center is a photographer’s dream. Colorfully painted Spanish colonial buildings and churches line the narrow stone streets. Like Mexico City and Puebla, it’s compact enough to walk, yet it can take

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Jamaica: From a Conflicted Past to an “Irie” Present

Jamaica: From a Conflicted Past to an “Irie” Present

Caitlin Hotchkiss June 17, 2013 1

It’s easy to fall into clichés and stereotypes when you think about Jamaica. Even when considering taking a trip to Jamaica, the first things that generally come to mind are all-inclusive resorts and possible

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Discovering Puebla’s Historic City Center

Discovering Puebla’s Historic City Center

David Lee June 3, 2013 0

Puebla is the second stop of the Ancient Civilizations tour, and the second of three city centers listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The short bus ride from Mexico City makes for an easy

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48 Hours in…Mexico City

48 Hours in…Mexico City

David Lee May 20, 2013 12

Mexico City, is in a word, immense. At an elevation of 2,240 meters, covering over 1,400 square kilometers, and boasting a population of 21 million, the numbers alone are enough to intimidate new arrivals.

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Guide Book: Central America

Guide Book: Central America

Caitlin Hotchkiss April 26, 2013 1

Sure, North America and South America may get a lot of the glory – but what about Central America? Turns out the area that lies between is lush with cloud forests, bright green vegetation,

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Best Sailing Destinations in the World

Best Sailing Destinations in the World

Attit Patel March 30, 2013 8

Feeling the wind in your hair and smelling the salt in the air as you take to the sea - that is freedom. Sailing is one of the great joys of travel. Today, we

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Top Ten Reasons to Visit Costa Rica

Top Ten Reasons to Visit Costa Rica

Cailin O Neil March 21, 2013 23

Cailin O'Neil runs down 10 of the top reasons to visit Costa Rica

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Twitter #FriFotos Theme…CARS (in Cuba)

Twitter #FriFotos Theme…CARS (in Cuba)

G Adventures March 15, 2013 4

This week’s Twitter #FriFotos theme is Cars! Earlier this week we told you why you need to visit Cuba now. One reason is to drive around in the classic U.S. cars! Check out some

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