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Archive for November, 2010


5 Reasons to Get an Ethiopian Visa

November 28th, 2010
The cradle of humanity and a biodiversity hot spot, Ethiopia is one of the most exciting African countries to visit. Need some inspiration for your next adventure? Here are 5 reasons to apply for an Ethiopian visa: Lalibela: A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this town is justly famous for its many churches carved out of the surrounding mountains. It is considered one of Ethiopia's holiest cities and was once the country's capital. Safaris: Ethiopia is one of the best places to take a safari tour and see African animals that most Americans never see outside of a zoo, like lions, zebras, baboons, ibex...the list goes on and on, really. The type of animals that you're likely to see depends on which of Ethiopia's parks or wildlife preserves you visit. Nechisar National Park features grassl

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Laos Visa Requirements for a Honeymoon in Luang Prabang

November 28th, 2010
Matador Travel recently named Luang Prabang in Laos as one of the top 25 honeymoon destinations in the world, calling it "the most romantic town in Southeast Asia." Laos may seem like an unlikely destination for a honeymoon, but visiting Luang Prabang is like stepping back in time. According to TravelDudes, there are no modern buildings-every structure in the city exhibits the charm of days gone by. Possible romantic excursions for you and your sweetheart include visiting the many temples scattered throughout the city, especially Wat Xieng Thong, the Golden City Temple. There are markets for souvenir shopping, excellent food, and natural attractions like the Kuang Si Falls and the Pak Ou Caves. When it comes to accommodations, Luang Prabang has lots of small hotels, many located alon

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Russian Visa Requirements to Visit the Coldest City in the World

November 27th, 2010
Winter is here, and most people are thinking about migrating south. But if you're one of those intrepid (some might say crazy) souls who welcomes the cold weather, I have just the destination for you: Yakutsk, the coldest city in the world. Located in Siberia, Yakutsk grew from an icy patch of permafrost into the relatively thriving city that it is today based on two things: the quantities of precious metals and jewels hidden deep under the permafrost and Russia's habit of sending political prisoners to labor in Siberia. So, how cold is cold? According to the Independent, "in local parlance, temperatures in the minus 40Cs are described as "cold but not very cold." Average "highs" in January are in this range. Why would you visit Yakutsk, anyway? Well, first of all for the bragging

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Visit Brasilia with a Brazilian Visa

November 27th, 2010
Brasilia, the capital of Brazil and today's featured UNESCO World Heritage Site, is an interesting city that's definitely worth a visit, especially if you have an interest in architecture. Brazil has had 3 different capitals since the country was settled by Europeans: Salvador, Rio de Janeiro and finally Brasilia. Brasilia was constructed in the center of the country with the express purpose of becoming a new, modern capital for the country and encouraging settlement of Brazil's interior. Inspired by the urban planning philosophy of French architect Le Corbusier, Brasilia was designed by its architects, Oscar Niemeyer and Lucio Costa, to be an idyllic metropolis where traffic would flow so smoothly that traffic lights would be unnecessary. Of course, as Robert Burns once famously wro

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Visit a Human Termite Colony with an Iranian Visa

November 21st, 2010
Iran is home to what must be one of the most interesting villages in the world: Kandovan, the "human termite colony." All of the houses in the village are made out of stone, hollowed into natural cone-shaped towers that really do look like giant termite colonies. A recent post on Environmental Graffiti explains how these towers came to be: "Built out of volcanic ash and debris spewed during an eruption of Mount Sahand, these rocky structures were compressed and shaped by natural forces into cone-shaped pillars containing pockets. They have been eroded by the elements over the years into their current shapes." As you may have imagined, these fantastic houses are a major tourist attraction. One of them has even been turned into a 5-star hotel, named, appropriately enough, the Rocky Hot

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