Spain - That Sensational Second City of Spain
by Linda Plummer
What more could you want out of life than
a tremendous trip to Barcelona?!
Second city of Spain and major Mediterranean
port, bustling Barcelona incorporates a delightful
historic mix of Roman remains, medieval quarters
and 20th century avant-garde art. It also
possesses beautiful beaches nearby!
Australia - The Sight-Seeing
by Mark Minding
If you havent been to Australia or are
planning to visit it a second time, then you
must have all the information about the places
to visit so that you can fully experience
the wonderful land that is Australia.
Traveling in Mexico
City: The Ins & Outs of Getting Around
by Jean Sutherland
If you have never traveled to Mexico City
before, getting around can be a bit overwhelming.
There are many ways to travel within Mexico
City, and the methods, rules and day-to-day
getting from Point A to Point B can be frustrating.
New Zealand Travel
by Ace Shattock
The paradise of Northland begins at Cape Reinga,
extends down 90 mile beach, to the beaches
of Whangarei and forests and bush walks of
the entire region. Much of Northland's extensive
coastline remains pristine - an aquatic playground
for adventure activities and escapist relaxation.
Whangarei and Opua are havens for international
and local yachts; Tutukaka and Russell are
game fishing hot spots; the beaches of Doubtless
Bay and 90 mile beach are endlessly beautiful.
Costa Rica Travel
by AVEL ON LINE
Located in southern Central America, Costa
Rica is surrounded by three different bodies
of water including the Panama Canal on the
southeast, the Pacific Ocean on the southwest
and west and the Caribbean Ocean on the east.
Because of Costa Rica's close proximity to
several bodies of water, the country is an
ideal stopping point for various cruise ships
carrying throngs of adventurous vacationers.
Namibia: A Bountiful
Harvest Awaits the Adventure Traveler
by Andrew Muigai
Namibia is a largely arid country of stark
rough-hewn beauty. The most vivid images are
those of a haunting technicolor landscape
of swirling orange dunes, shimmering mirages
and treacherous dust devils. The apparent
desolation is deceptive and plant and animal
life and even man has adapted to this environment.
The country is designed almost specially with
the active and adventure seeker in mind. Timeless
deserts, thorn bush savanna, desolate wind
ravaged coastlines, majestic canyons, and
sun-baked saltpans are the bounty that awaits
Armenia: Great Destination
by Armine Hareyan
Armenia prides itself on being the first nation
to formally adopt Christianity (early 4th
century). Despite periods of autonomy, over
the centuries Armenia came under the sway
of various empires including the Roman, Byzantine,
Arab, Persian, and Ottoman. It was incorporated
into Russia in 1828 and the USSR in 1920.