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  • Ten US states you need to visit this summer

    Ten US states you need to visit this summer

    August 18th, 2014Zora O'Neill
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    No matter how you like to spend your summer vacation, you’re bound to find a satisfying spot in the vast and diverse United States. Here are a few of our favourite summer states in the USA. Get back to nature in California Nature lovers can celebrate Yosemite’s 150th anniversary as a national park this year, and…

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  • 12 months of the quirkiest festivals around the world

    12 months of the quirkiest festivals around the world

    April 22nd, 2014Zora O'Neill
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    The whole world loves a party, and a good one provides a great excuse to travel. Here’s a whole twelve months of some of the more interesting ways people celebrate during festivals around the world. January: World Buskers Festival, Christchurch, New Zealand Clever street performers: they head to the southern hemisphere this month, where they can…

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  • Find the USA’s best christmas lights display

    Find the USA’s best christmas lights display

    December 10th, 2013Zora O'Neill
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    Whether it’s the chilly mountains of Pennsylvania or the warm desert of Palm Springs, Americans get in the holiday spirit with lights, lights and more lights – Rudolph’s nose is just the beginning. Here’s where to sample the wide array of festive installations this December. 37th Street, Austin, Texas From praying mantises to your classic…

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  • Taking a dip in the Yucatan’s cenotes, Mexico

    Taking a dip in the Yucatan’s cenotes, Mexico

    October 24th, 2013Zora O'Neill
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    The Yucatán Peninsula can be unpleasantly muggy in the summer. At the same time, the low-lying region’s unique geography holds the perfect antidote to hot afternoons: the limestone shelf that forms the peninsula is riddled with underground rivers, accessible at sinkholes called cenotes – a geological phenomenon found only here. Nature’s perfect swimming spots, cenotes…

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  • The best beaches in the USA

    The best beaches in the USA

    September 26th, 2013Zora O'Neill
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    America’s varied wilderness is reflected in its coastline as well inland, so holidaying on an American beach can be as good as the Caribbean. Whether you want fine sand and clear blue water or surf crashing against boulders, you’ll find it somewhere around the edges of this vast country. Alternatively, you can have an equally…

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  • Ten great places to celebrate Independence Day

    Ten great places to celebrate Independence Day

    July 4th, 2013Zora O'Neill
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    America goes all out for 4th of July celebrations. Sure, people are remembering that historic declaration on the fourth of July, 1776, but they’re also ready to enjoy a three-day weekend right in the middle of the summer. That usually means barbecues, parades, free concerts and fireworks. Whether you celebrate in a big city or…

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