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September 2011
Top Sights “Every region of South Africa offers unique experiences. Some of the top sites to visit are: Kruger Park (Mpumalanga/Limpopo) Table Mountain (Cape Town) Robben Island (Cape Town) Constitution Hill (Johannesburg) Apartheid Museum (Johannesburg) Nelson Mandela Square (Johannesburg) Victoria’s Embankment (Durban) Soweto (Johannesburg) Cape Winelands (Paarl & Stellenbosch) The Big Hole (Kimberley)” Favourite Place...
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South Africa is a country of many contrasts with so much to see and do, you’ll need to plan carefully. Virginia Dionisio is here to help. Working with her team across South Africa, Virginia can help us coordinate your best possible vacation experience. Get in touch and we’ll work with Virginia to make your dream...
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Yes, Timbuktu really does exist – and what a journey it was to get there! Our bad luck streak started before we even left Canada! Each airline we tried to book on went out of business, and when we finally found a solvent one, we weren’t sure that it would get us home, but we...
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High End Shopping It’s no surprise that this leading producer of gold and diamonds is a country where shopping is a must. You’ll find exquisite jewellery crafted in gold incorporating local gems. It is even possible to select a loose diamond then have it cut and set to the design you want. Ostriches are farmed...
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The next stop on our trip was Hue. Hue was the old imperial city and the ruins of the city are still there. Hue is built on the banks of the Perfume River, so it is worth taking a boat downstream to watch life go by as well as visit the Thien Mu Pagoda. If...
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Luz has been sharing wonderful information with us about Chile. For the last segment, he shares some special things to do while in Chile, plus top picks for hotels – and not to mention food and wine vacations! Food and Wine Vacations “In our geographically long country you can find different food and cooking styles...
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Our adventure through Chile continues with Luz Nilo! Chile from North to South In the north, we have the Atacama Desert which is the second driest desert in the world. It is known for its spectacular views, multicolored hills containing a variety of minerals and for having the clearest skies in the world, perfect for...
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Chile is one of the most fascinating destinations in South America. The many geographic areas provide a wealth of vacation options to choose from. This is where our On Location partners are helpful. They are local specialists; insiders who can help us customize arrangements just for you. Luz Nilo and his team are our On...
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There’s just as much to do in the off-season on Whistler and Blackcomb as there is to do during the ski and snowboard season! Whether you’re going up with friends, on a romantic getaway or with the family, there’s something to do for you. Elaine, who owns a Breakaway property up at Whistler says that...
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Vietnam had been on my list for 10 years, so I could easily have been disappointed after all that time, but I wasn’t. Vietnam is absolutely amazing! It is geographically stunning, the people are genuinely friendly, the food is delicious and the colonial architecture elegant. It has a complex history with memories and visions of...
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