A dream job for travellers

by Craig Martin /
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Sep 12, 2008 / 2 comments

As the end of University approached I felt somewhat unqualified for the labour market. With a degree in English and Film, TV and Media Studies it was further research or McDonalds and neither really appealed. Luckily I was already married and quite easily persuaded.

Cotton Tree Lodge – Culture, Environment, and Education

by Marti Mayne / Sep 12, 2008 / 3 comments

Cotton Tree Lodge – A Commitment to Culture, Environment, and Education


Summer's End: Time For Nearby Weekend Pastimes

by nonameharbor / Sep 11, 2008 / 1 comments



Stonecoal Lake


A comforting gurgle sounds

Where did I come from? More on heritage trips...

by amyrosenthal / Sep 10, 2008 / 1 comments

Was your great-great grandmother a duchess? Did your great-great-great uncle rub elbows with the avant-garde? All families have legends of greatness, which, if true, can make your search for an ancestral town or region easier. The extraordinary are often widely documented and celebrated. However, if you are like most, your ancestors were farmers or servants or regular Joes and Janes who held regular jobs. And as such, no one documented their every move.

Win a Copy of Frommer's Prague Day by Day

by Ed Forteau /
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Sep 09, 2008 / 0 comments



Planning a trip to Prague? Or, love it and just want to learn more about this complex, fascinating city? 


Commercial Screens and Shades NYC

by Sam Pounder / Sep 08, 2008 / 0 comments

You have a commercial building.  You are looking for ways to reduce your energy costs.  You also want to control the light within your building, while providing some level of privacy.

Free Georgian Language Course Online

by Bert Maxwell /
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Sep 07, 2008 / 0 comments

Interested in less-commonly taught languages? Georgian is a very difficult language to find learning resources for. Here's one!


Vietnam - reasons to travel to

by nightflower / Sep 02, 2008 / 0 comments

Michigan's Small Town Treasures: The Garfield Inn

by Julie Royce /
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Sep 02, 2008 / 1 comments

The Garfield Inn is Steeped in History – Both Documented and Rumored!

The Perfunctory Traveller Goes Wine Tasting in McLaren Vale

by Mou Run /
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Sep 02, 2008 / 3 comments

The morning was chilly and the sky was partly cloudy. The possibility of rain just added to the number of foreseeable inconveniences that one expects on such occasions.