Tag - tourism

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Nomad Tours: Setting out again

The last time we spoke to Nomad Tours, the travel company hosting tours around South and East Africa, the first hints of COVID were starting to impact the tourist industry. Now, on the other side of a surreal 18 months or so for the world over, we...

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Amazing World

The catacombs of Paris

People have always died, and for as long as people have died, the disposal of bodies has been required. Various methods have stood the test of time, whether they be burial, cremation, or even being sent off to sea like a Viking warrior. As with...

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Zaanse Schans Windmills

Zaanse Schans is a region of Zaandam, a town situated just north of Amsterdam in the Netherlands. It is home to tulips, clogs and historic windmills, embodying all the most popular notions of Dutch culture.  Zaanse Schans has gained global...

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Amazing World

The surprise at Abraham Lake 

Amongst the Canadian Rocky Mountains, in Clearwater County on the western edge of province of Alberta, sits Abraham Lake. Canada is no stranger to natural lakes – in fact, the country holds more than 50% of the world’s lakes! However, on the North...

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Amazing World

Memento mori: The Sedlec Ossuary

Ever since the fall of the infamous ‘Iron Curtain’, the Czech Republic, and in particular its capital, Prague, has become an ever more popular tourist destination for millions annually. As if its rich history, fascinating culture, and spectacular...

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Guinness Storehouse: Living history

Guinness – it’s a brand close to many people’s hearts and a name that immediately evokes thoughts of Ireland. Founded in 1759, the spirit of Guinness is still alive today, not only in the city, but wherever the beer is enjoyed. Its story has...

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