Archive for September, 2013

Heavenly Fall Hiking Options Lure Active Visitors to Carmel-by-the-Sea

CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA, Calif., Sept. 30, 2013 – There are many reasons why visitors flock to the Monterey Peninsula throughout the year, but for hiking and walking enthusiasts there is no better time than the fall season. The weather is ideal, trail conditions are perfect, and the route options – whether Carmel, Carmel Valley, Big Sur, Pebble [...]

September 30, 2013 · admin · Comments Closed
Posted in: United States West

Quick Review of Upcoming New Ocean and River Cruise Ships and Their Inaugural Cruises

Family-Owned and Operated Since 1998, Cruises-N-More Offers Great Deals, Great Prices and Great Amenities ORLANDO, Fla. (Sept. 25, 2013) – The inaugural cruise experience ranks very high on most travelers’ cruising wish list, say the cruise experts at Cruises-N-More. There is something undeniably exciting about being one of the first guests aboard a brand new [...]

September 27, 2013 · admin · Comments Closed
Posted in: Cruise Ships

11 Ways to Take a Cruise Vacation and Give Back Through Volunteerism – Sophisticated Cruise Specialists at Crown Cruise Vacations Assist with Extraordinary Vacations

PRINCETON, N.J. (Sept. 26, 2013) – If you’re considering cruise travel but at the same time would like to “give back” or contribute in some way, here are 11 cruise lines that offer ways to cruise and give back or contribute in some way at the same time. The cruise experts at Crown Cruise Vacations [...]

September 27, 2013 · admin · Comments Closed
Posted in: Cruise Ships

12 Days of Holiday Bliss at the Parc at Waikiki Beach, Hawaii – December 14th through 25th, 2013

The Parc is planning their annual COOL CHRISTMAS AT THE PARC, featuring 12 days of festive fun in paradise. Inspired by you, their guest, the 2013 COOL CHRISTMAS AT THE PARC includes the following daily activities and experiences:

September 26, 2013 · admin · Comments Closed
Posted in: Hawaii

Uganda’s Gulu Welcomes First Train in Nearly 20 Years

by Prof. Wolfgang H. Thome, Uganda Recently it was reported here that Rift Valley Railways has been quietly restoring sections of the 500 kilometre long railway line which branches off in Tororo towards Gulu and Pakwach and was expecting to restore cargo services to and from Gulu, to serve both Northern Uganda and Southern Sudan [...]

September 26, 2013 · admin · Comments Closed
Posted in: Airlines & Railways, Uganda

Photo of the Day is of a Mother and Baby Baboon Photographed in Zambia

This photo by eTN photographer  Christian Del Rosario was taken recently in Zambia. Here is what Christian had to say about his experience: “The mother and baby Baboon attentively stare at me while I snap this photo during my recent trip to Zambia. I was extremely fascinated by these beautiful animals specially on how they [...]

September 26, 2013 · admin · Comments Closed
Posted in: Africa, Zambia

It’s Bayimba Festival Time in Kampala, Uganda

by Prof. Wolfgang H. Thome One of Uganda’s premier art festivals, the Bayimba International Festival of Arts is set to kick off its 6th edition today spanning the entire weekend. Launched in 2008 this year’s edition was promoted to be larger, more inclusive and with better programming than ever before, to claim a place on [...]

September 26, 2013 · admin · Comments Closed
Posted in: Africa, Uganda

Dogubayazit – The Hidden Tourist Attraction in Eastern Turkey

Dogubayazit is a city and district of Agri Province of Turkey, and is Turkey’s most eastern district, the border crossing to Iran. Elevation 1625 m. Area 2,383 km². Population (2010) 115,354 (up from 73,794 in 1980) of which 69,447 live in the town of Dogubeyazit, the remainder in the surrounding countryside. The town of Dogubayazit is [...]

September 26, 2013 · admin · Comments Closed
Posted in: Turkey

Autumn Hiking in Crystal-Clear Zermatt Air in Switzerland

In Switzerland’s glorious Matterhorn Region, there is life above the cloud ceiling. When wafts of mist start appearing, it’s time to go to the mountains and enjoy the crystal-clear air, the aromatic scent of Swiss stone pines and larches – a real pleasure for body and soul!

September 26, 2013 · admin · Comments Closed
Posted in: Switzerland

Enjoy the Magic of a Ticinese Autumn in Switzerland’s Answer to Italy

In Ticino, October brings us days that are still sunny, ideal for strolling through the city, on the lakeshore or among the market stalls, or for visiting the valleys or even doing some trekking in the mountains. Autumn’s colours are sweet and golden, and the seasonal scents of grapes and roasted chestnuts stir the emotions. [...]

September 26, 2013 · admin · Comments Closed
Posted in: Switzerland