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A Quick Jaunt to Western Sicily

ITALY | Thu, 16 May 2019 | By krodin | Views [596]

Quick Jaunt to Sicily  I’ve been looking for a house in the Salzburg region and have been incredibly frustrated with what is on the market for exorbitant prices.  In order to escape a cyclone of despair, I looked for cheap flights ... Read more >

Tags: ancient ruins, churches, city visit, museums

What I Learned From a Week's Travel in Sri Lanka –

SRI LANKA | Fri, 8 Aug 2014 | By kurenai | Views [4367] | Comments [2]

Let’s start with the fun location-based travel first:   Pinawalla Elephant Orphanage: There were many places that touted elephants and elephant rides. Our organizers picked the orphanage for one very specific reason –... Read more >

Tags: ancient ruins, beaches, colombo, elephants, kandy, koneswaram, polonnaruwa, sri lanka, tea, temples

 

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Thousands of people lived in the Bridge River Valley during the early 1900s. They took advantage of some of Canada’s richest gold deposits at the Bralorne and Pioneer mines. Today, fewer than 60 people live in the town year-round. Many grew up here and don’t want to leave their homes.  : by mattlaw, Views[159]
Thousands of people lived in the Bridge River Valley during the early 1900s. They took advantage of some of Canada’s richest gold deposits at the Bralorne and Pioneer mines. Today, fewer than 60 people live in the town year-round. Many grew up here and don’t want to leave their homes.

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