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Top 5 Biggest Casinos in The World

Popularity of gambling in online casinos is continued to increase. For those people who are feeling lucky, a flutter at the roulette wheel couldn’t be more accessible. However, it’s easy to forget about the land-based casinos which are located around the world. But, Land-based casinos offer the glamour and...

Peruvian Feeding Frenzy: Chowing Down at Lima’s Mistura

By Mike Gasparovic “¡Oye, maestro, más chancho rapidito!” The barked order comes from a grill cook in a ten-gallon Stetson and surgical mask to protect against the spicy smoke billowing from the coals. Before him, a massive contraption with 12 revolving gridirons, spluttering with grease. Busy basters are...

Waterfalls of Laos

By Andrew Kolasinski There was a rumbling in the air and a slight tremor in the ground a kilometer from the falls. As I got closer the rumbling became a thunderous crashing, the ground shook and the air was full of swirling mist. Khane Phapheng Falls in Laos is Southeast Asia’s largest waterfall and the...

Phoenix boasts hosting mega sports events

Living in the Greater Phoenix Area is such a pleasure. In addition to all the wonderful resorts, dining, and sheer beauty of its surroundings, there is always so much going on. It is really becoming a sporting mecca. In 2015, Phoenix was the site of the NFL’s Super Bowl and Pro Bowl. In 2016, Phoenix will...

Better knowledge, products make ‘aging gracefully’ easier than ever

(BPT) – Did your grandmother age gracefully? She might have thought growing older with poise meant accepting age-related changes in her skin and overall health, or that costly cosmetic surgery was the only way to look her best as she grew older. Today, better health knowledge and leading-edge products have...

Common Skiing Mistakes

4 Misconceptions That Won’t Help  When You Hit the Slopes This Season Common Errors to Avoid from Sought-after Instructor & Keynote Speaker As the season gets underway and skiers of all levels journey to the snow capped mountains, chances are that a great many of them will do some things that won’t help...

Haunts of Lima, Peru

By Mike Gasparovic When Herman Melville called Lima “the strangest, saddest city thou can’st see,” he was definitely on to something. There’s the fog, for starters. In winter, the sun seems to abandon the Peruvian capital, leaving it prey to funereal mists that rise from the sea and drape the coastline in...

Vietnam’s Mekong Delta: Garden of Asia

  By Andrew Kolasinski The delta’s brown silt-laden water has a rich pungent odor. It smells like growth, like life itself. Clumps of water lilies drift down with the current. Many of the tiny islands have floating gardens in front of float homes or stilt houses. The Mekong River is the world’s 12th longest...

Experience the Annual Chelsea Flower Show with Insight Vacations

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 2014 www.insightvacations.com FOR MORE INFORMATION Contact: Arnelle Kendall Telephone: (561) 330-0850 Email: arnelle.kendall@travcorpusa.com Experience the Annual Chelsea Flower Show with Insight Vacations The Chelsea Flower Show has been adequately described as mother nature’s...

See Phillip Johnson’s Glass House on a Self-Guided Tour

 SUMMER TRAVEL QUEST #14 See Philip Johnson’s Glass House on a Self-Guided Tour For the first time, the National Trust for Historic Preservation site in New Canaan, Connecticut, is open for you to visit on your own by Lillian Afric What do distinguished architects do for fun? They build houses—amazing...

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