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Sep 30, 2008

Sydney vs Melbourne

InFlames20
Sydney and Melbourne are two biggest Australian cities, both with population of around 4 million people. Many will compare it with American cities Los Angeles (Sydney) and San Francisco (Melbourne), since they all have many things a like. Each one of these cities has its own advantages and many different things to offer. It depends on you, what do you need from a city, what do you plan to do and are you there as a tourist or plannin ...
Sep 30, 2008

Broadway dress code

InFlames20
Broadway shows are very popular in New York City, which made them also very well known in the rest of the world too. There are many amazing actors there and some of the shows like Chicago, The Phantom of the Opera, The Fiddler on the Roof and Oliver Twist are a “must see” for every person that comes in NYC.   Broadway is a place that attracts many different people, like every other public event. If you look clo ...
Sep 17, 2008

Best time to visit Barcelona

InFlames20
Barcelona is by far one of the nicest cities to visit in Spain. In unique city as this one, you can visit and enjoy in elegant hotels, world-class restaurants and much more activities that can be found only in Barcelona. Very impressive are also museums, theatres and art galleries, but night life in Barcelona is absolutely interesting and very popular too.   You could assume that the best time to visit Barcelona would be summ ...
Sep 09, 2008

Gay friendly countries

InFlames20
There are not many gay friendly countries on our planet Earth. It’s hard to expect for a whole population of a dozen million people in some country to be gay friendly, right? But of course, we can find some cities at least, which tend to be more gay friendly than the other ones.   When we talk about gay friendly cities we should first mention gay neighborhoods, also known as gay villages. Those are locations, parts of t ...
Sep 09, 2008

Centreville Toronto

InFlames20
Centreville is an amusement park located on a Toronto Island. The only way to get there is by ferry, theta leave every 15 minutes, from the Toronto Ferry Docks at the foot of Bay Street and Queens Quay. Don’t worry, the price for the ferry is not expensive. Fares range from $6 for adults, $3.50 for students under 19 and seniors, and $2.50 for children under 14 years old.   The whole Centerville is actually an old-fashi ...


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  Adventure climbing tours in Saxony    1 71 09/29/08 - 23:52
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  Kayaking in Costa Maya    1 75 09/17/08 - 02:13
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  Kayaking for seeing all about Molokai    1 110 07/25/08 - 01:56
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  Huatulco is a great spot for snorkeling    1 106 07/24/08 - 23:47
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  Kayaking experience in British Colubia    1 123 07/22/08 - 22:36
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  My sailing adventure in Airlie Beach    1 102 03/17/08 - 03:53
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  Parasailing on Gold Coast    1 121 01/20/08 - 23:08
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  Comments and reviews on article "Places For Summer Glacier Skiing"    0 213 07/03/08 - 05:25
Jen
  Toreana for motor-cross adventure    1 152 07/02/08 - 03:58
reagen
  Water skiing vacation is my dream!    1 168 07/01/08 - 23:25
evan
  Is water skiing a dangerous sport?    1 141 06/16/08 - 21:05
ossie
  Sightseeing and wildlife watching in Mammoth area    1 130 07/02/08 - 01:53
craggie
  Best areas for kayaking in central Colorado    1 130 06/17/08 - 23:11
karlan
  bike touring to Tibet    1 130 06/17/08 - 21:29
merrel
  Through Europe down to Thailand then on to Melbourne    1 190 06/18/08 - 03:49
lilllie
  Cross-Country skiing in Anchorage?    1 189 06/01/08 - 22:35
daron
  Sky dive for thrill seekers    1 153 05/19/08 - 02:15
jules
  I sky dive in Ireland with friends    1 144 05/14/08 - 21:34
bordie
  What is the indoor wind tunnel?    1 165 05/16/08 - 22:22
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  Sky dive packages for experts    1 144 05/18/08 - 01:46
cchaddie
  Anyone tried snowkiting?    1 175 05/04/08 - 01:51
alair
  Why is adventure tourism so popular nowadays?    0 353 05/07/08 - 10:32
Marilyn
  In what part of the planet rock climbing is most exciting?    1 269 03/12/08 - 23:36
gerek
  Can anyone recommend me some good rock climbing course?    1 339 03/12/08 - 22:09
kelbee
  Right definition of Adventure Travel?    1 344 03/12/08 - 03:26
engelbert
  What would be advantages of adventure tourism?    2 476 03/11/08 - 00:09
Jen
  Is white-water rafting really that exciting?    2 209 03/11/08 - 00:05
Jen
  Do you prefer hard adventures while on holiday?    2 218 03/10/08 - 23:57
Jen
  What is the percentage of danger and risk in adventure tourism?    1 249 03/10/08 - 02:40
winn
  Can you tell me something about soft adventures in tourism?    1 223 03/09/08 - 21:19
cullie
  Why do people, especially men, like safari so much?    1 199 03/04/08 - 02:53
regen
  Which would you choose, rafting or night skiing?    1 206 03/05/08 - 01:49
cammy
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