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Do They Really Eat Bugs in Africa?

Do they really eat bugs in Africa? Hank Snow never met a foreign dish he didn't like. In this article he writes about the experience of eating grasshoppers in East Africa.
Posted by Hank Snow

Do You Make These Air Travel Mistakes?

You're sitting at home thinking about tomorrow's plane journey. Remember last time ? Remember how you felt when you arrived ? Aggravated, stressed, hot, tired, needing a couple of days to recover ? D...
Posted by Neil Stelling

Do You Make These Car Rental Mistakes?

Cheap car rental deals are spread all over the web. But not all are good deals. There's a few thing you must look out for... or your cheap car rental deal might work out a lot more expensive than y...
Posted by Neil Stelling

Dodge City Kansas

Dodge City Kansas is a famous old western town. Dodge City is located in Ford County, KS. The down town area is totally revitalized. There are a couple of large industries there and a huge Stock Yard, and Auction. Definitely worth a visit.
Posted by Lance Winslow

Dogs, Taxis, and Traffic - 3 Things That Should Not Put You Off Athens

So there are some stray dogs around, the taxi drivers have a few unorthodox practices and there's quite a bit of traffic. The question is, are you going to let these things blind you from the many fantastic things that many Athens a unique and wonderful city?
Posted by Emmanuel Mendonca

Dolphins In My Backyard

Living on the water definitely has its perks, like the daily morning ritual of dolphins swimming in groups chasing their breakfast near the sea wall. I never get tired of seeing that. These mammals have been a source of inspiration and the object of our fascination and affection throughout history. Who doesn't like dolphins?
Posted by Willie Jones

Dominican Republic Extremely High Prices

Poor country is EXPENSIVE
Posted by Bob Kelly

Don't Burden Yourself on Vacation, Pack Light

Don't be oppressed by large and heavy luggage that restricts your movement like a ball and chain clamped to your ankle. Packing light enables you to easily maneuver yourself and your belongings through all the mazes of airports, train stations and bus stations. Free yourself to really get out there and enjoy your vacation...
Posted by Jed Clark

Don't Drink The Water - Or Eat It

Don't drink the water? What are you going to drink, and eat, and how can you be safe when you travel?
Posted by Steven Gillman

Drakensberg Diaries: Chute and Shoot to Thrill; Canoeing in the Drakensberg Foothills

Like the idea of taking an inflatable canoe down a Drakensberg river? In the South African winter sun. And then drifting slowly through the Weenen Game Reserve?
Posted by Brian Kemp

Drakensberg Diaries: The Drakensberg Boys' Choir in South Afria

Travelling to South Africa? This is a gem. It's right up there with Table Mountain and seeing your first lion in the wild. The Drakensberg Boys' Choir.
Posted by Brian Kemp

Drakensberg Getaway

This Drakensberg story is one of retreat, beauty, relaxation and good eating...
Posted by Andrew Pieterse

Driving in the Outer Hebrides

When you think of the Outer Hebrides, you normally think of sandy beaches, ancient standing stones and lilting Scottish accents. You don't normally associate the Outer Hebrides with some of the best ...
Posted by Steve Hatherley

Driving in Unfamiliar Places

Car Rentals are a great way to help you navigate your way around a foreign city, providing you with a sense of both independence and adventure as you tour new locations.
Posted by Carl Spanier

Dubai Lifestyle - The History of the City and Day to Day Life in Dubai

A guide to life in Dubai for anyone interested in visiting or moving to the city.
Posted by Rhiannon Williamson


Every thought about a trip to Ireland? How about Dublin, the capital of Ireland. Dublin is known to have one of Europe's most exciting nightlife. See what else Dublin has to offer in the article.
Posted by David Chandler

Dublin Travel Guide

Dublin is Ireland's capital, which finds a place for itself amongst the rich countries of Europe. It is located on the east coast of the country and encompasses the River Liffey merging into the Dublin Bay.
Posted by Mansi Aggarwal

Dunmore East, Ireland: A Nearly Perfect Irish Village

Ireland has many great cities, towns, and villages. But few can match tiny Dunmore East when it comes to charm, beauty, and warmth. This town, only a few minutes from bustling Waterford, is a great place to get away from it all and find out why so many people love the Emerald Isle...
Posted by Marc Hurwitz

Dunn's River Falls in Jamaica

Review of Dunn's River Falls in Ochos Rios, Jamaica which is one of the top attractions in the Caribbean island.
Posted by Clint Leung

e-Travel FAQs: Great Vacations Made Easy Using The Internet

This article provides useful tips and information on planning and booking your next memorable vacation using the Internet.
Posted by Gary Griffin

Eating Out In Paris On A Budget

Eating out in Paris need not be expensive and can still be a culinary treat. This is a personal account of a recent visit and the restaurants visited.
Posted by Gareth Powell

Eating Well on a Travel Budget

When you're traveling it can be difficult to find good food at reasonable prices especially if you happen to be staying in a big city that has an established food and restaurant culture. If you want to eat well and sample the local cuisine for a budget price, you'll need to do a little research to find that perfect meal that offers a balance between quality and price.
Posted by Jed Clark

Eclectic Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Chapel Hill, North Carolina ranks as one of the loveliest of all university towns in the USA. Read what sets this town apart from the rest.
Posted by Matthew Keegan

Ecuador Travel – Quito, Volcanoes, Galapagos Island

Located in the Andeas, Ecuador is a land of intrigue for travelers. Travel to Ecuador and you can trek the Amazon, climb volcanoes, or loaf on beautiful beaches. Perhaps the biggest reason to travel to Ecuador is a visit to the famous Galapagos Islands. Regardless of your preference, the following attractions are all worth a look.
Posted by Richard Chapo

Ecuador: One Month, $1000 Including Airfare

The first time I went to Ecuador, I discovered the country had converted to the U.S. Dollar. Very convenient, especially so when I found that one dollar would buy a nice lunch.
Posted by Steven Gillman

Egypt : Land Before Time

Explore the many archaeological and architectural wonders in the land of the Pharaohs, such as the Great Pyramids of Giza and the Valley of the Kings.
Posted by Steven N. Ng

El Tajin: Magnificence in the Mexican Jungle

A visit to the little-known Mexican ruins of El Tajin, covering the history of this Totonac site and our experiences in exploring it and in camping overnight there.
Posted by Rosana Hart

Emergency Medical Evacuation Coverage - Does your HMO or PPO offer this?

Travelers insurance may be the only way for most Americans to insure they are fully protected in case of emergency medical evacuation while traveling abroad, because for 70 percent of these U.S. resident HMO and PPO medical insurance plans do not cover such an event.
Posted by Steve Cogger

Enchanting Ocracoke Island, North Carolina

Visting the Outer Banks of North Carolina affords the traveler an opportunity to take in a wide variety of historical and recreational activities. Ocracoke Island, situated in the Morehead City area, is one such destination that is big on both. See why this "not too easily accessible" island is a favorite for many, including you.
Posted by Matthew Keegan

Enjoy A Vacation at the Kingston Plantation in Myrtle Beach

The Kingston Plantation in Myrtle Beach could be exactly what you need! Looking for a mini-break where everything is right there, where you need it, when you need it? Set on 145 square acres, the Kingston Plantation Myrtle Beach is one of the largest resorts on the east coast of the US and offers a range of on resort accommodation, dining and entertainment options.
Posted by Gregg Gillies
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