Why You Need to See the Phantom of the Opera

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Take a trip to gothic 1800s, where curses, ghosts, and opera lead your heart down to the underbelly of Paris.

Magical Auroras in Colorful Vesterålen, Norway

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Aurora Magic, at Nyksund, Vesterålen, Northern part of Norway. Feb 2. 2019.

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Magical Auroras in Colorful Vesterålen, Norway

Magical Auroras in Colorful Vesterålen, Norway

History Comes Alive at Chimney Rock National Monument

by Sandy Bornstein / Feb 08, 2019 /
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Archeological sites offer pieces to the massive puzzle of human history. At Chimney Rock National Monument, nestled in the San Juan National Forest in Southwest Colorado, summer travelers touring between May 15 and September 30 can learn about the indigenous people who constructed rudimentary homes and ceremonial buildings centuries ago.

How To Get The Most Out Of Your Luxury Resort Holiday In The Maldives

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Maldives Islands make for one to the highest ranking beach destinations of the world. This place happens to be known for the artistic beauty of its islands, and out-of-this-world tourist appeal. The Maldives are heavily dotted with multiple hotel and resort facilities, making it a top-notch location for travelers from all over the globe.

Beaches and Reefs of Indonesia

by EdventureGirl / Feb 05, 2019 /
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Indonesia is famous around the world for its spectacular beaches, islands, and reefs. Hundreds of species of fish, sea cucumber, and coral are native to Indonesia, which makes it a snorkeling and diving hotspot for adventure lovers around the world.

Volunteering in Guatemala: A Life-changing Experience

by EdventureGirl / Feb 05, 2019 /
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I looked down on her. Was there any other way to say it? I’m sure that’s how she saw me. Physically, there was no way around it. The top of her head came to my waist, her height the result of a lifetime of poor nutrition. Economically, I, a teen American, would be given more in life than she ever had. I was finishing high school with excellent grades and a good shot at college.

Through the Eyes of an Educator: The Learning Continues

by Stacey Ebert / Feb 04, 2019 /
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Do you remember your time in a classroom? Perhaps there are flickering images of building with blocks, playing handball at recess, or you can possibly grasp the names of your teachers all the way back to kindergarten. Perhaps you remember running the mile in physical education, joining your first bake sale, or that time you wanted to learn to play the flute.

Did You Know? Learn More About Japan’s Melon Pan

by Culinary Spelunker / Feb 03, 2019 /
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At first glance, melon pan may seem a curiously misleading name – especially if you happen to choose a double chocolate melon pan (and you should – actually, order a few) or matcha melon pan.

Did You Know? Learn More About Japan’s Melon Pan

How to Take A Delicious Cultural Odyssey, Close to Home

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On a quest for more global goodness in your life? We’ve shared the One Place to Visit, wherever you travel–and now I’d like to share a cultural travel tip that lets you dig deep into different cultures, both here and abroad. It encompasses books, food, language, hobbies, and cultural artifacts. Take a delicious cultural odyssey that captures many facets of a culture. And, your cultural travel might not be too far from your own home.

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Do you need urgent programming assignment help? Being a student is not easy, especially when you have to combine full-time study with a part-time or even a full-time job. On any given day, you may find yourself writing an essay that is due  the next day, doing research for a term paper, and after, that reading up for a test...all after working at your job.