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Isango is a UK based company in the area of online travel planning. We believe that travelers demand more nowadays from internet booking services than simple online booking of hotels and car rentals . Our first goal is to inform the tourist of the wide range of tours and trips available at the destination he is planning to visit . Then we aim to help him create the travel package that is right for him. Our business is aimed at both the final consumer and the supp...
April 2, 2006 by The Way on Guinness Daily
Well, I haven't written much about my second life in Europe, which is now seven months old. So I think I'll write a quick excerpt now. In March, my girlfriend broke up with me and soon after my friend Eddie came to visit me here in France. It was still cold here, so we decided to head south. We found cheap plane tickets on Ryan Air to Roma, so we booked tickets on a Sunday and Monday morning we headed to the airport. We had beds booked at "Hostel Happy Days," which has marked no more ap...
Just a quick image update. Got my pic taken with the one... the only... Mickey Mouse I'll post more text later... but for now, just the pic will have to do
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Tired of the drama on JU this week? Sick of reading about this person leaving, or that person showing solidarity with Cause Against The Man #123? Then I hope you enjoy the next few articles I post this week as I chronicle my company-paid stay at.... DISNEY WORLD Late last year I talked to my manager about getting some security-specific training and certification to help me do better at my job. He agreed and I immediately set out to find what sort of cert I should get. My search brou...
On Saturday we decided to be tourists! We went down into Washington DC to try to get as much national heritage in one day as possible. The great thing is that we only live about 45 minutes from downtown DC. My wife's idea was for us to get up to the top of the Washington Monument, which is something that neither my wife nor I had ever done. We also wanted to visit a Smithsonian Museum, which subjects are many and varied. They have everything from American History to Art to the Air and ...
Here's a question for everyone, regardless of where you are... A friend from abroad who has never been to your country before is coming to stay with you. Name up to three places, attractions, or events that you'd be sure to take him or her to!
Apparently in an attempt to bring tourist dollars to a failed central economy, North Korea has opened its doors to the world. The only exceptions? "Few people are actually refused entry, unless they are a spy, a journalist or an American," said Ben Anderson. From BBC News : Grey apartment blocks, bugged hotel rooms, an erratic electricity supply and rumours of a secret nuclear arsenal - North Korea is not everyone's idea of a perfect holiday destination. But plenty of South Ko...
August 29, 2005 by new-age nomad on vitalbs
my body remains curled on the mattress   my screaming thoughts reduced to moisture on my pillow… the pillow that's not even mine    everything in me is running away   my soul escaped out the front door   the one I failed to lock   and it got into my car the one with bumps and bruises from its owner losing control   then it drove away down any road it could find the roads that fear evapora...
June 14, 2005 by dougplotke on Growing Old For Dummies
You can live without it, but if you miss Summer Camp you've missed a lot. It started out in the Fall when it was announced that next year we'll be old enough and experienced enough to go to Camp for two weeks. The cost would be $80.00 all meals included. No this isn't this year 2005; it's 1963. In order to go we would all have to save money/earn money. One way was by selling raffle tickets for a Thanksgiving turkey. Ten cents a ticket, twelve on one page for $1.00. We got to keep hal...