Luxury Vacations – Exclusive Trips to Luxurious Locations

Some of the hallmarks of luxury are opulence, grandeur, splendor and elegance. In short, the term refers to most things that are not necessities to one’s life and daily living. As you can see, luxury can mean a lot of things. And when you travel, your definition of luxury will be different from the next guest. But what you all have in common is that the experience will be pleasantly memorable and for some, possibly a once in a lifetime…

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Visit Japan – Ancient Cultures and Stunning Scenery

Japan is the English word for the country. The local name is Nippon, which is printed on the postage stamps and legal currency, but it is also called Nihon by the general population. Regardless of the language, it means origin of the rising sun. The country is often thought to be the oldest in the world, as the Emperor in 660 decreed. Historical data does show, however, that while it was not known as a country, per se, there was…

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South African Vacations – Visit South Africa

South Africa is the southern most country in Africa with the Atlantic Ocean on the west side and the Indian Ocean on the eastern side. It is bordered by Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Swaziland and Mozambique. Its capital cities are Pretoria, Bloemfontein and Cape Town but other main centers are Soweto, Johannesburg and Durban. One historical distinction the nation honors is that Table Mountain are the oldest mountains in the world. The Cape Floral Kingdom is one of only six in…

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Holiday In Brazil – Discover this Stunning Country

Everything about Brazil is big. The biggest country in South America. Home to Sao Paulo, one of the biggest populated cities in the world. The country has the proud honor of the most winning FIFA World Cup football teams (or soccer if you are so inclined). The Rio de Janeiro Carnival is the mother of all parties and who could forget the The Girl from Ipanema? The Amazon rainforest, the largest in the world is situated in the north, while…

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