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Month: March 2013

Folk Culture Is Alive And Well In Hungary

Folk Culture Is Alive And Well In Hungary

  In Hungary, even if it is not immediately evident, folk culture is still alive and well in many aspects of everyday life. Almost every city and township boasts its own folk ensemble and recently many young musicians from different genres of music have turned towards folk music for inspiration. UNESCO recently added the táncház (dancehouse) method of teaching and recreation to its List of Intangible Heritage of Urgent Safeguarding.

Great Deal In Florida

Great Deal In Florida

3 Night Stay in Orlando Spacious condos located minutes from Walt Disney World® and other theme parks; resort situated along Little Lake Bryan ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Cliff Chapman www.traveljunkies.com Great travel deals around the world  

Hotels Spring Sale – 40% Discount

Hotels Spring Sale – 40% Discount

Hotels.com – Easter / Spring sale Easter / Spring sale – Save up to 40% Book dates: 19 Feb – 28 Apr Travel dates: 19 Feb – 6 May ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Cliff Chapman www.traveljunkies.com Great travel deals around the world

10 Once In A Lifetime Trips

10 Once In A Lifetime Trips

  See the rest >>>> http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/InfoCenter-a_ctr.lifetimeEN1 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Cliff Chapman www.traveljunkies.com Get a free listing in traveljunkies for your travel or activities business!

Saunas In Really Cold Places

Saunas In Really Cold Places

Unlike Saunas in clubs, spas, hotels and people’s houses, Saunas in the depths of Scandanavian winters are totally different. We’ve heard of running out in the snow, jumping into lakes and getting beaten with Birch twigs, but what’s it really like to actually go there and do it? Sauna in Finland A couple of Canucks, Dalene & Peter Heck sold up to travel the world and did just that in their visit to Finland. As well as sitting around naked…

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The World Asks …

The World Asks …

    Not sure how true the following Q&A is, but it is said to have been taken from genuine stereotypical questions asked of an Australian government department by overseas tourists. One thing I know is true … the answers are pure Aussie. Enjoy!   from hostelbookers.com blog The world asks …Does it ever get windy in Australia? I have never seen it rain on TV, so how do the plants grow? (UK) … and the Aussie answers – We import all…

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Discover the Regal Appeal of Majorca

Discover the Regal Appeal of Majorca

  The Balearic Islands sit not far off the east coast of Spain, basking in the hot sun all summer long in the cool waters of the Mediterranean. It’s easy for the island chain to catch your eye as a holiday destination, but with so much going on between all the islands the difficult part comes when you try to decide which one to visit. Majorca, the largest island of the archipelago, has more to offer a budget or short-stay…

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Liveaboard Diving

Liveaboard Diving

Called by Jacques Cousteau “The Aquarium of the world” the Sea of Cortez offers a huge diversity in sea life, from playful sea lions, hammerhead sharks, to the biggest fish in the world, the whale shark.           The Baja Peninsula Long and deserted, the contrast of the pristine blue ocean and the unique living desert make the peninsula of Baja California one of the last frontiers for the lovers of nature. Endemic plants and animals witnessed…

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Useful Travel Websites

Useful Travel Websites

40 Most Useful Travel Websites That Can Save You a Fortune Well established websites that have stood the test of time and can save you a lot of money covering:. Cheap Flights and Accommodations Destination Guides and Travel Communities Budget Traveler Magazines and Blogs Read this extremely useful article by Lynn Truong of WiseBread at http://www.wisebread.com/travel-resources Please share with your friends and colleagues ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Cliff Chapman www.traveljunkies.com Get a free listing in traveljunkies for your travel or activities business!.