International Travel Articles
They like to eat in Taiwan. No matter where you go, at any time of the day or night, there is some kind of food available. Want a late night snack? Find a Night Market. One has 539 food stands
On 10th December 2011, Singaporean company 3RD Planet will be unveiled as the first interactive 3D online travel portal. Harnessing interactive media for global travellers and enabling experiential learning
Sheldrick Wildlife Trust is a small but bright beacon of hope and love in a world of danger for elephants
Hope, slightly off the beaten path, is worth a visit
You are likely to find your mailbox and email inbox filled with credit card offers these days and it seems it is easier for credit card companies to know who you are while you might not know anything about them. The American Express Platinum Card wants to change that
Traveling north of Maine in search of an uncrowded beach.
At 6 am, November 5, 2011, approximately 1,000 bicyclists gathered at the starting location of the 2011 Taiwan Cup International Cycling Road Race to see how well they could ride on the same course the professional racers would use
King Liu, the charismatic elder statesman of Giant Bicycle Company has a love for bicycle riding and a passion to transform Taiwan into a “cycling paradise.”
Spectacular tropical beaches, world-class shopping, exotic
cuisine, amazing sights and a rich culture, this is what
Thailand, the land of smiles, is all about!
Calling all Foodies! With the Welsh food revolution in full swing, Wales is rapidly becoming the hottest destination for food lovers! Forage, farm and feast through your visit to Wales, UK.
Taiwan, known around the world to lead in many high-profile industries including pro-level bicycle manufacturing, welcomes international cycling teams to compete at the Taiwan Cup in Hualien County.
Elephants are so human and so lovable that being close to them can bring up mystical feelings
English-speaking, Turkish-influenced, Roman Catholic roots describe Malta in words, but no words can describe the terrain, the people or the feeling one gets of being far away from home in a place that is really just 60 miles south of Italy as a map goes.
A gypsy told me the roses were lucky and it seems they were.
Sammy saw me attempting to pull my luggage up the steep steps as he peered down over the railing and began to laugh.
A few times in the night I was woken by drunken revelers and remember thinking did someone put a wooley sock on my tongue, as I longed for a glass of water but wouldnt get up to find one.
My trip to Anguilla began uneventful enough as I trudged through the St. Martin airport, caught the Win Air connecting flight to St. Barts and then on to my final destination.
Plagued with sickness I found myself hanging over the edge, waiting to be rescued
I knew that if I left Paris now, I would regret it forever!
You've gotta know when to hold em, know when to fold em