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A visit to the Fetish healer at the Fetish market in Lome, the capital of Togo, West Africa, discovering dead animal bodies and skulls believed to heal.
A guide to how to visit Iceland cheaply by staying in one of more than 200 camping sites around the country, scenic tours of the Ring Road and other sites.
Tenerife, Canary Islands. Hiking in Teno Alto, a mountainous region on the northern side of the island, discovering the adventurous aspects of the Canaries.
The Hostel in the Forest is a rustic retreat in rural Brunswick, Georgia, where you can swim in a pond, enjoy walks in the woods and eat vegetarian food.
2017 marks Canada’s 150th birthday, and the country’s capital city is hosting its birthday party. Here’s some insight to the events taking place in Ottawa.
In sleepy Santa Teresa, on Costa Rica’s Pacific Coast, there are two things that people do most…surfing and yoga. The laid-back lifestyle is tempting.
Frederick, Maryland boasts four micro-distilleries and the Flying Dog brewery, a tasting of all of the bourbons, gins, vodkas and rums plus local beers.
Outside of Barcelona, on the coast of Catalonia Spain, is Figueres, where Salvador Dali once lived. It’s a giant museum devoted to Dali in Figueres, Spain.
Procida is a tiny island in the Bay of Naples made famous by the movie, The Postman, that’s the perfect seafood-fueled getaway for Italians and lovers.
2017 marks the 50th Anniversary of San Francisco’s Summer of Love. Here are some stops in San Francisco worth seeing pertaining to the festival’s history.
The impressive and by far the largest hotel in West Virginia is the stately Greenbrier Resort, where 5 golf courses, several restaurants–elegance awaits.