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For the Record: Early Canadian Travel Photography – an exhibition at the National Gallery of Canada

In the early 19th century, tourism in Canada was an emerging concept. Improved modes of transportation, such as new railways and passenger steamships, finally allowed Canadians and visitors alike the chance to witness some of the nation’s greatest sights and scenery. 338 more words


Lubao International Balloon Festival 2015

Pilipinas International Balloon Festival, Inc. held a Press Conference at Passion Restaurant in Resort’s World Manila to officially promote and invite the public to join them in the upcoming  569 more words


Shibsagar - The capital of the mighty Ahoms

Sivasagar or Shibsagar is a district of Assam located about 360 kms north east of Guwahati. Shibsagar was the capital of the Ahom rulers who ruled Assam for more than 600 years until their kingdom fell into the hands of Burmese in the early nineteen century. 271 more words


Last Kampung Village in Singapore!

Established in 1956, Kampong Lorong Buangkok is the last surviving kampong on mainland Singapore.

Located near Gerald Drive (off Yio Chu Kang Road), the village currently houses less than 30 families, Malays and Chinese mixed with harmony. 142 more words


The Giant's Causeway

After the conference I attended, it was decided that we would take a detour to the Giant’s Causeway on our way to the airport. Now when I say detour, we were staying an hour from the airport and the Giant’s causeway is an hour after that. 96 more words

Running Tourism Part II

I thought Google was going to be my best friend on this one. Plotting points of interest on a map and sharing a route seems like their bread and butter, which it almost is. 229 more words