Ocho Rios, Jamaica

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Ocho Rios, Jamaica

Similar to the rest of Jamaica Ocho Rios has many cultural influences English, German, Chinese, and African descendants. This Christian Nation has a very warm and genuine hospitality. Much of their culture was also influenced from reggae music, commonly known as Rastafari. Rastafari refers to an Ethiopian religion. Besides reggae Ocho Rios is home to one of the largest Jazz Festivals for the last 10 years bringing in large jazz players and performers. A good travel tip is to stay at a B&B instead of a hotel in order fully experience the full beauty of Ocho Rios.

A Walk In Peru


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Take walk in Lima, Peru and enjoy the little well known places within the city such as cat park. When really it is called Parque Kennedy named after John F. Kennedy. Enjoy feeding the many cats that hang around in the park.

Rome, Italy

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Rome, Italy

Rome renowned as one of the most romantic places in the world. Also happens to be the capital of Italy and houses some of the most historic architecture known. Such as the Vatican City and the leaning Tower Pisa. When visiting this magnificent place many will understand the term “All roads lead to Rome.”

 

Quebec City, Quebec, Canada

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Quebec City, Quebec

One of the oldest cities in North America, the French Heritage cannot be hidden in Quebec City. The architecture, revitalized parks, cultural centers, and language makes this place have a European feel to it. The hotel Chateau Frontenac is known to be the most photographed hotel in North America. Reason being they offer tours in the hotel without an overnight stay. Talk about bringing in business without even renting out hotel rooms.

Beijing, China

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Beijing, China

This is one destination no one should pass up. Beijing, capital of China, is surrounded by Hebei Province. Full of culture and history, It is the country’s political, cultural and educational center, as well as a major transportation hub. The city is the second best city for foreigners to live in China, with its outstanding international atmosphere, multicultural environment, health care, and children’s education. The only downside to visiting Beijing is the very poor air quality. Thankfully they have came up with solutions of how to cope with issue, by creating hermetically sealed malls or recreational areas.

Salta, Argentina

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Salta, Argentina

Quite, but very not unnoticed, Salta is closer to the Andes than the rest of the counrty. The topography  is unlike any other with red rock, green rivers, and vineyards. The weather alone is worth trip when coming to the trip, especially with the old world architecture and modern fun. Gaze at the intricate façade of the old town hall while strolling from museums to markets. Savor the vintages at local wineries. Adventures  will love the sports and archaeological explorations  at nearby Cabra Corral Dam.

Luxor, Egypt

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Luxor, Egypt

This one time ancient Egyptian capital is considered to be the greatest open air museums, but seeing is believing. No photography can describe the beauty of ancient Thebes. The Nile flowing between the modern town and the west-bank necropolis,  show’s a Scattered landscape of riches. Ranging from the temples of Karnak and Luxor. Since end of the 18th century Western travellers were drawn to Thebes’ wealth and power. Today’s traveller may be  surrounded by coachloads of tourists, but with strategyt it is possible to avoid the crowds and get the most from the magic of the Theban landscape and heritage.

Salvador, Brazil

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Salvador, Brazil

Come visit Salvador  the reputation of  the people are relaxed, easy going, and fun loving. This by the standard of brazil so imagine how friendly these people are. Very few cities can match the energy and unadorned beauty.  Salvador Portugal’s great New World colony back in the day, is the country’s Brazilian jewel.  It’s a must to see the brilliantl hued center, of a living museum of 17th- and 18th-century architecture and gold-laden churches. This town is known to have wild festivals happen regularly, with drums pounding out rhythms against the colonial buildings frequently. The night life is worth the trip alone, capoeira circles form on plazas where the aromas of food fill the streets with signature dishes such as acarajé (bean and shrimp fritters) and other African delights.