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The 2014 Winter Olympics: What You Need to Know

October 15th, 2013
Want to see the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia? Here are 5 things you need to know: How to Get Tickets Before you can begin planning your trip, you need tickets. Cosport.com is the only official ticket reseller for US residents. If you buy tickets anywhere else, you are likely to get scammed.  On the Cosport website, you can purchase individual tickets or get a package that includes hotel booking and/or access to the Cosport Hospitality Center. When buying tickets for individual events, allow two to three hours in between events- it may take that long to get from one venue to the next. Spectator Passes You cannot gain entrance to the 2014 Winter Olympics with just a ticket alone. You must also obtain a "spectator pass" involving a background check by the Russian government.

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Ethiopian Visa Requirements to Visit the Konso Cultural Landscape

July 17th, 2011
This month's featured UNESCO World Heritage Site is one of the newest additions to the list. Ethiopia's Konso Cultural Landscape was just designated as a World Heritage Site this year. The Konso Cultural Landscape is the ancestral homeland of the Konso people, a group of farmers and herders living in South Central Ethiopia. According to UNESCO, the site "constitutes a spectacular example of a living cultural tradition stretching back 21 generations (more than 400 years) adapted to its dry hostile environment. The landscape demonstrates the shared values, social cohesion and engineering knowledge of its communities." In addition to showcasing the Konso people's traditional lifestyle, the Cultural Landscape also contains funeral monuments called wagas. These wooden statues are carved in th

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Ghana Visa Requirements to Enjoy Local Culture in Accra

July 10th, 2011
Ecotourism may be the most common form of tourism is Ghana, but that doesn't mean you should overlook the capital city, Accra. The city is busy, and like so many cities in the developing world, it will initially seem dirty to Western eyes. However, as Ghana resident Phil Paoletta wrote in this post for Matador Travel, you're only cheating yourself if you go by your first impression: "I’ve known some travelers to be put off by the haze of diesel fumes on Ring Road, or by the lack of sidewalks and the prevalence of open sewers. But don’t make your judgment in a day, or even a couple. Take your time, watch your step, and don’t be shy." Explore the city with an open mind, and you'll find excellent food, music, shopping, and arts galore. Read the Matador post for some great reco

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Get a Tanzanian Visa to Watch Wildlife in Luxury

July 3rd, 2011
If you've always wanted to go on safari but were a little bit put off by the idea of "roughing it" in the wilds of Africa, you'll be pleased to note that a new, luxury camp has opened in the Serengeti. (via Gadling.) Lamai Serengeti Camp, run by Nomad Tanzania, is situated in an isolated part of the park, close to the Mara River. It's the perfect place to view the creatures of the African savanna without having to give up your own creature comforts. The camp's location also gives you front-row seats to the Great Migration- specifically, that "Trials of Life" moment when the wildebeest cross the river. The camp is subdivided into two smaller camps, each with its own facilities, including a bar, a swimming hole, a dining hall and a library. The tents have indoor plumbing and flushable toi

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Laos Visa Requirements to Visit Kong Lo Cave

June 13th, 2011
f you're looking to get off the beaten path in Laos, Matador Travel has an excellent recommendation: a visit to Kong Lo Cave in Phu Hin Bun National Park. About 7 hours away from Vientiane if you're lucky, Kong Lo Cave was carved from the surrounding rock by an underground river. For a fee, you can tour the cave by boat, descending into the bowels of the earth and coming out the other side about 7 kilometers later. This video shows the end of one such boat ride. Matador describes the ride into the cave as "like entering a mouth — stalactites like teeth, and the feeling that you’re going inside, riding inside, the body of the earth, organs frozen rock-hard. My torch casts a feeble glow into the black; mist rises from the water like ghosts." On the other side, if you're so inclined,

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