10 Books that Will Inspire You to Visit Africa

Basically there are five regions – North, West, Central, Southern, and East. North Africa has an Arab/Islamic culture rather than a sub-Saharan African culture. Morocco, Tunisia, and Egypt have colorful markets, lots of old mosques and architecture, Roman ruins, desert trips, and Egypt of course has the pyramids and tombs. If you want to see wildlife,...

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Here’s What REALLY Happened When The Obamas Vacationed With Richard Branson

Richard Branson hosted the Obamas for a ten day vacation on his private island and shares the experience in his new book. The couple enjoyed the beautiful scenery and beaches, as well as the night life. Pictures are included with the brief narrative about the vacation where fun was had by all. Key Takeaways:Richard Branson recently hosted the Obama family...

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Trump Slams Puerto Rico and 12 Other Tourism Trends This Week

Trump is claiming that the crisis after hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico is the territory’s own problem. The director of tourism in Puerto Rico claims to see the hurricane as an opportunity, but many people are still struggling with basic resources even after a few weeks. They are focusing on getting help and service for the time being.The situation is even...

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Metropolitan Museum Rethinks Its Hidden Restaurant to Drive More Visits

A Metropolitan museum is rethinking its hidden restaurant in order to drive more visits. For many years the dining area in the Metropolitan Museum was a very tough thing to find. There are so many places you can get lost in that place. They had a very beautiful space that offered delicious food, but they were never packed. Key Takeaways:nonpaying members would...

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Cuba Eases Tourist-Visa Policies to Counter U.S. Processing Suspension

Cuba’s immigration policies are set to change starting in 2018, making it easier for Cuban expatriots to travel to the country from the US. In an act set to balance out visa restrictions from the US, the government announced it will also allow children of Cuban descent to obtain citizenship legally. The action is a direct attempt to maintain links with...

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Trump Won’t Release Secret Report He Argues Justifies Travel Ban

Is the USA heading to a more radical position on travel ban policy? Why is this foreign policy so controversial? It is already affecting seven countries. This article puts everything into perspective by showing to you the experts different opinions on this matter. You will understand a lot better the battle that is taking place in court and what could result...

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How do I travel Solo?

How do I travel Solo?

I have noticed a huge trend in Solo travel, and for all age groups. How can I start when I want to travel solo and  when it comes to getting the best deals? Firstly, good for you for keeping up with travel trends! The fact that you are aware that there is a big trend going on when it comes to traveling solo means that you are doing a great job. Congrats! Solo...

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The Gruesome History of Making Human Skeletons

There is a lot of gruesome history in the past involving the study of bodies and anatomy. This gives some of it. If you are interested in medical history you might like to see some of what used to go on. Obviously things are not done the same way now which is a good thing. Key Takeaways:First, boil the body in a “capacious cauldron,” then skim away the...

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Why Hotels Need a Comprehensive Room Inventory and Pricing Strategy

Think about a comprehensive room inventory and pricing strategy. That could be the perfect fit for hotels that need that kind of information. Hotels may need to change standard practices that they have conducted for quite some time now. Comprehensive room inventory needs to be considered in full before moving forward with the plan. Key Takeaways:hotel revenue...

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