Archive for July, 2011
Maryvonne Pool from the Seychelles and Nafeesa Janmohamed of Dar Es Salaam in Tanzania teamed up together many years ago to set up Bon Voyage Travel in Dar Es Salaam in Tanzania. The company grew annually in size and in importance to become one of the leading Tour Operators of Tanzania.
The Federal Aviation Administration stopped collecting taxes Friday due to a partial shutdown, so logic dictates that should mean a reduction in airfare considering those taxes make up nearly 20% of flight cost. Not so fast, my friend. U.S. carriers leaped on the opportunity created by lawmakers’ failure to extend the agency’s operating authority. By [...]
Known for 70 miles of beaches and year-round mild weather, San Diego offers visitors arts and culture happenings that are just as dazzling as its Pacific Ocean views. During September, visitors can enjoy the vibrant local arts communities and help celebrate “Arts Month San Diego” with a variety of exhibitions and events taking place across [...]
The Amala Foundation Holds 5th Annual Global Youth Peace Summit in Central Texas 70 International Youth, 25+ Countries, 8 days of Discussion, Healing, & Leadership
AUSTIN, Texas â€“ The Amala Foundationâ€”a globally focused Austin non-profit providing opportunities for personal growth through humanitarian service projects that benefit international youthâ€”today announces representative nations for their forthcoming 5th Annual Global Youth Peace Summit. The 8-day event brings to the area 70 refugee, immigrant, local and international youth from more than 25 countries for [...]
By eTN Thousands of sparkling new hotel rooms are glittering in Colombia, including high-end brands such as InterContinental, Hilton, Sofitel, Sonesta, Ibis and Wyndham. With its geographical location, favorable climate, and easy access to the United States, Europe, and the rest of Latin America, Colombia is a destination ready for discovery.
Richmond, British Columbia, Canada (July, 2011) – The 8th annual Richmond Maritime Festival returns with an expanded scope this year to transport visitors back in time on a historical journey touching different cultures and generations. Explore the beautiful and natural setting of Steveston’s waterfront fromAugust 5 – 7, 2011 at Britannia Heritage Shipyard in Richmond, [...]
MEXICO CITY, Mexico – One of the world’s largest metropolitan spaces is now easier to maneuver with the launch of the StyleMap Mexico City application, now available to download for free at the iTunes store. The newly released app invites travelers to get a feel for Mexico City before boarding the plane and be fully [...]
The Seychelles Tourism Board has launched its promotional flyer for the religious holiday of the “Feast of the Assumption,” celebrated each year on La Digue island on August 15. The event draws people from all over Seychelles, especially those originating from that particular island, for a very special “homecoming.”
MA’ALAEA, MAUI, Hawaii – Wild Dolphin Days, an annual event celebrating the wild dolphins of Maui County, will be held on Saturday, August 13 and Sunday, August 14. The weekend will include a free Wild Dolphin Sand Sculpture Contest, a free talk about dolphin research, and a special VIP cruise to watch wild dolphins with [...]
Jerusalem To Host The 36th Annual International Arts And Crafts Fair At Sultan’s Pool, August 15-27, 2011
New York – July, 2011: The 36th annual Jerusalem International Arts and Crafts Fair will showcase works by more than 150 artists from Israel and around the world at the Sultan’s Pool in the Old City, August 15-27.Â Known as “Khutzot Hayotzer” in Hebrew and named after the small arts and crafts lane open year-round at [...]