How to avoid falling sick when travel?

January 9, 2011 by · Leave a Comment
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The most common diseases that most tourists contracted while traveling internationally are hepatitis A, typhoid fever and traveler’s diarrhea.  According to World Health Organization (WHO), hepatitis A is an endemic in Asia, Africa, Caribbean, South America, Russia and some parts of

Uzbek Weddings

September 1, 2010 by · 1 Comment
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Uzbek Wedding traditions Uzbek parents usually save money almost all their life. To “give” daughter to another family, parents gather a lot of things like “40 kurpas, 30 tushaks (special things to sit on and sleep), and 25 pillows “. Kurpa and tushak are special covers,

Robben Island

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Robben Island is situated about 12 km into the sea in the middle of Table Bay. Separated from the Cape mainland by a narrow channel of seawater, the island is an isolated place, considered inaccessible for centuries. The island has been a prison ever since the Dutch settled at the cape in the

Yellow Sands South Africa

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Yellow Sands is a popular seaside resort on the East Coast, close to East London. It has much to offer to the holiday makers who love seaside vacations. There are cottages, a caravan park and camping sites close to the sea and the bathers can enjoy the water right on their doorstep. The camping

Nahoon River & Nahoon Reef

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The Nahoon River has always been a lovely place for water sports and swimming. There are stories about treasure being hidden on one of the islands. Very few people believe this myth though, but you never know if you weren’t there at the time. Nahoon Reef is another famous South Africa surf

Kenton-on-Sea

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On South Africa’s East Coast you will find Kenton-On-Sea nestling between the Kariega and Bushman’s Rivers. The average temperature for summer is 25 degrees Celsius and winter 17 degrees Celsius. The summers are dry and warm and the winters mild. Sea temperatures vary between 16 degrees in

Drakensberg Mountains South Africa

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The Drakensberg, a mountain range paralleling the south-eastern coast of Africa. Located mostly in South Africa, it extends for about 1,125 km from Mpumalanga to Eastern Cape Province and forms the eastern boundary of Lesotho, in part of the Free State. It is the highest portion of the eastern

The Flowers Of Namaqualand

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Namaqualand is a region in western South Africa, part of the Northern Cape province. Namaqualand contains three distinct terrains: a sandy coastal plain along the Atlantic, a central mountainous area with peaks up to 1700 m and a high plateau in the east. It is an arid region, with 50 to 300 mm