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When To Go Austria
When To Go Austria Visiting Austria at any time of year is a great experience, but remember that the season will influence what you can do. Summer is the obvious time for hiking, mountain biking and lake swimming, but ski conditions also make Austria a fantastic place for winter breaks. Festivals take place year-round, but the majority of music festivals are held between May and October. For warm weather, aim for the months between April and October, although these two months can be changeable. Crowds and prices peak in the July and August high season, when temperatures can also climb to uncomfortable levels and many famous institutions close down, including the opera, the Spanish Riding School and the Vienna Boys' Choir. Consequ...
White Water Rafting in Kenya
White Water Rafting in Kenya One of Kenya's best adventure safaris is a rafting expedition along the Ewaso N'giro river. The trip can last between three and eight days, depending on water levels and accessibility. Full equipment and expert guides are provided for this ultimate adventure. The river winds its way through spectacular white water, with up to 30 kms of nonstop Class II, III and IV rapids, and seperate stretches of demanding Class V water. This trip also promises plenty of game, with the river itself home to both crocodiles and hippos. The banks attracts plenty of big game, and herds of Elephant, antelope, zebra and giraffe are usually seen along the way. Rafting trips in this area have even been known to encounter lions. Eac...
Cuisine of Dominican Republic
Cuisine of Dominican Republic Dominican Republic cuisine is predominantly made up of a combination of Spanish, Taino and African influences over the last few centuries. Typical cuisine is quite similar to what can be found in other Latin American countries but, many of the names of dishes are different. Breakfast usually consists of eggs and mangu (mashed, boiled plantain). For heartier versions, these are accompanied by deep-fried meat(typically Dominican salami) and/or cheese. Similar to Spain, lunch is generally the largest and most important meal of the day. Lunch usually consists of some type of meat (chicken, pork or fish), rice and beans, and a side portion of salad. La Bandera (literally, The Flag), the most popular lunch dish, consists of...
View Phu Yen from Nhan and Chop Chai Mountains
View Phu Yen from Nhan and Chop Chai Mountains Two of them, Nhan and Chop Chai Mountains, offer panoramic views of the province, which lies between Cu Mong Pass to the north and Ca Pass to the south, and its capital of Tuy Hoa. Nhan (swallow) Mountain on the northern bank of the Da Rang River in Tuy Hoa is also called Bao Thap (precious tower) or Thap Dinh (palace tower) because of the Cham tower on its peak. The mountain and its tower have become the very symbol of Phu Yen, and the Ministry of Culture and Information has recognized the Nhan Tower as a National Vestige of the Art and Construction. The 64m high mountain overlooks Tuy Hoa, Binh Ngoc Flower Village, Da Bia Mountain, and Da Rang River and the two bridges, the longest in the central region, that cr...
Food&Hotel Vietnam
Food&Hotel Vietnam The 4th edition of Food&HotelVietnam is back again as the definitive business platform and meeting point for the food and hospitality industries in Vietnam. To be held from 30 Oct - 1 Nov 2007 at the Ho Chi Minh International Exhibition & Convention Centre (HIECC), Food&HotelVietnam2007 is a not-to-be-missed opportunity to learn about the latest products, equipment, services and solutions for the food and hospitality sectors. The food and drink category includes a wide and diverse range, covering drinks and beverages, wines, spirits and beer, chilled and frozen food, confectionery, snacks and ice cream, dairy products, fresh produce, seafood, as well as processed and convenience foods. The hospitality equipme...
Poland unveils Internet system for tourist info
Poland unveils Internet system for tourist info After years of preparing Poland finally got its own Internet System of Tourist Information (ISIT, the whole name is The Internet Tourist Information and Poland's Promotion System). The main part in realization of that project took Polish Tourist Organization (POT), what was one of its main status cores. The ISIT is a modern system of tourist information, consistent with assumptions and standards of the European Union. It was all created with the most modern tools and it is totally based on Internet technology. It enables to gather all information in one place at one domain. The system is available in four language versions - Polish, English, German and French, but is to have more versions in years to come. The I...
UNICEF schools boost learning in Turkmenistan
UNICEF schools boost learning in Turkmenistan Two years ago Aigul, Nurgozel and Sahypjemal had never used a computer. Now they use the internet to browse English-language websites. These 13-year-olds are so proud of what they know that sometimes our reporter doesn't know who is interrupting who to tell us about their school and all the things they do there. And, most remarkably, the girls speak English so well that they almost make our interpreter redundant. In an enthusiastic flurry of English and Russian words, the girls tell us about how they have learnt to speak English, about their new textbooks, how much they like to spend time at the after-school activity centre and even about their plans for the future. So how did all of this come about at rural sch...
Culture of Bhutan
Culture of Bhutan Bhutan has a rich and unique cultural heritage that has largely remained intact due to its isolation from the rest of the world until the early 1960s. One of the main attractions for tourists is the country's culture and traditions. Bhutanese tradition is deeply steeped in its Buddhist heritage. Hinduism is the second dominant religion in Bhutan, being most prevalent in the southern regions. Both religions co-exist peacefully and receive support from the government , and enjoy royal patronage. The government is increasingly making efforts to preserve and sustain the current culture and traditions of the country. Due to its largely unspoilt natural environment and cultural heritage, Bhutan has aptly been referred to as...
Cuisines in Taiwan
Cuisines in Taiwan Cuisines in Taiwan have several variations. In addition to the following representative dishes from the people of Hoklo, , there are also Aboriginal, Hakka, and local derivatives of Chinese cuisines (one famous example of the last is beef noodle soup). Taiwanese cuisine itself is often associated with influences from mid to southern provinces of China, most notably from the province of Fujian (Hokkien), but influences from all of China can easily be found. A notable Japanese influence exists due to the period when Taiwan was under Japanese rule. Traditional Chinese food to be found in Taiwan, alongside Fujian and Hakka-style as well as native Taiwanese dishes, includes dishes from Guangdong, Jiangxi, Shanghai, Hunan,...
Spa, Health and Beauty in Vanuatu
Spa, Health and Beauty in Vanuatu Port Vila is growing in experience and expertise to pamper pack holidays with invigorating and indulging treatment holiday makers desire and deserve. Pamper packages cater to both men and women, highlighting various techniques of massage therapies with a wide selection of natural aromatherapy and essential oils for facials, manicure, pedicure, body scrub, waxing, and more. Day spas are surrounded in complete serenity, comfort, and may be set in amongst tropical gardens to beachfronts with direct access to ocean view, and swaying coconut palms in the midst. Le Lagon Resort Vanuatu - Le Lagon Resort Vanuatu is situated on 75 acres of exotic tropical gardens on the edge of the pristine Erakor Lagoon. Located on Vanuat...