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Do you want to travel around the world but you only have small funds to spend? You probably still need time to save. However, you may not know when you can go. Alternatively, you can follow travel TV show to get information of things happening and existing around the world. At least, you should watch one of the following travel programs. 9 Travel TV Shows You Should Watch Watching travel show is one of the ways to let your mind make trips around the world without having to move your feet. It is easy, free and fun. 1. Around the World in...

Do you have much interest in culinary? If you go to a new place, make sure you spare the time to taste the local foods. Do you feel hesitated? The foodie adventure television show can be a great and free guide to follow. This article will show you some of the coolest foodie adventure TV shows.  The 10 Coolest Foodie Shows on TV to Follow  There are many foodie adventure TV shows to watch. But not all of them can offer the quality culinary program. If you want some cool recommendations, here they are: 1. No Reservation This foodie adventure...

The top ski town in the Southern Alps combines spectacular Lord of the Rings-style alpine scenery and world-class runs at four mountain resorts at Lake Wanaka and two more within an hour’s drive. Buy a OnePassNZ to ski and snowboard at eight South Island locations, or skip the lines and lifts completely by heli-skiing through the deep, dry powder of a virgin snowfield. When to Go: June-October, ski season; July 5-9, New Zealand Mountain Film Festival; August 4-22, World Heli Challenge; August 15-25, WinterGames NZ How to Get...

Step aside, vanilla. To kick off National Ice Cream Month and celebrate the Fourth of July, our readers share the most unusual flavors they’ve ever had the pleasure (or pain) of tasting while traveling. So, cup or cone, take a deep breath and give one of these flavors a try the next time you need a cool treat to beat the heat. (For those with tamer taste buds, however, vanilla ice cream made in accordance with Founding Father Thomas Jefferson’s very own recipe will be served through the summer at Mount Rushmore.) Fruits What...

1. South African Tourism As a showcase for tourism in South Africa, the South African Tourism channel has been tailored to cover everything the country has to offer. The channel does not only focus on beautiful landscapes, wildlife and adventure but also captures events, art and the diverse cultures that colour the Rainbow Nation. From Zulu warriors in traditional...

Posted on Jul 14 2013 - 12:09pm by TravelFore
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1.Atlantic City Boardwalk, New Jersey The first wooden planks were laid in Atlantic City in 1870 to curb the amount of sand beachcombers tracked into the train and hotel lobbies. Today, the four-mile (six-kilometer) great wooden way—the grandfather of boardwalks—anchors this resort town, winding past flashy casinos, glitzy hotel towers, cavernous arcade halls,...

Bled is a fairy tale brought to life—cliff-top stone castle, snowcapped Julian Alps, and the “floating” Church of the Assumption (built on Slovenia’s only natural island) with its legendary “wishing bell.” On Saturday afternoons and evenings, cheer on the bridal parties gliding across glacial Lake Bled to the church in handcrafted, wooden pletnas,...

Whether for an instantly recognisable skyline or home to one of the wonders of the ancient world, there are some cities that cannot fail to be iconic. Paris Whether you’re in Paris for a weekend break or taking a few weeks to enjoy the French capital, you’ll never run out of things to do. Any visitor to Paris will want to take in iconic sights like the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre Museum;...

These are the best travel movies ever (in my opinion). You can watch these films over & over again, and never get sick of them. Which ones are your favorites? I started to realize I had a travel obsession when all my favorite movies were based on crazy travel adventures. So here is my personal list of the Best Travel Movies of all time. Once I’ve finished watching any of these movies, I feel the instant urge to pack up everything and head out to explore the world. The best travel movies have always helped to inspire my own personal...

Posted on Jun 30 2013 - 9:46pm by TravelFore
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Leslie Thomas is a successful writer in England who’s been in the business for more than 40 years. He has written more than 30 novels and several travel books, such as Some Lovely Islands, My World of Islands, and The Hidden Places of Britain. Given his interest in islands, we thought he was the natural source for naming the best islands in the world. Nantucket, Massachusetts Nantucket was once one of the richest places in America, built on the profits of the whale oil industry. Even today in the delectable old town there are...