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Iguazu Falls: The Argentinian Side

Iguazu Falls: 31st January 2017

Today, we visited the Argentinian side of the falls. The Brazilian side was impressive enough, but that’s only 20% of the vast complex of waterfalls … and the Argentinian ones surpass even them. 253 more words

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7 Wonders Duel: A Marvel of Modern Game Design

Brief Overview

In 7 Wonders Duel, a 2015 game published by Repos Production and designed by Antoine Bauza and Bruno Cathala, two players compete over resources, commerce, military, science, and culture to become the top civilization. 2,664 more words

Iguaçu Falls: Brazilian Side

Foz do Iguaçu: 30th January 2017

 You will come across different spellings for the falls. On the Argentinian side, where they speak Spanish, it’s ‘Iguazu’; on the Portuguese-speaking Brazilian side it’s ‘Igua… 313 more words

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Ancient Wonders: The Hanging Gardens of Babylon

We tend to have a juxtaposed view of the ancient past: that people were simultaneously less advanced than us, with archaic views on women, people of different races, and little technology, but also great forefathers in maths, science, democracy, and capable of creating wondrous feats of engineering that even today we’re not quite sure how they were built – the pyramids, huge Roman systems of aqueducts, stone henges. 1,457 more words

New Delhi and Agra, India: Seven wonders -- RM3,431.99 per person

Day 1 (SINGAPORE – NEW DELHI, INDIA):
Flight from Singapore (SIN) – New Delhi (DEL)

Day 2 (NEW DELHI, INDIA):
One Unity Mall
India Oil Massage… 153 more words

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RANKING THE SEVEN WONDERS OF THE WORLD

There isn’t a real way to put these spectacular places from worst to best, because they’re all the best. I’m just ranking them in the order that I would visit if I could go to them. 472 more words

February/March 2017

Seven Wonders of Fore Abbey

Fore Abbey is the old Benedictine Abbey ruin, situated to the north of Lough Lene in Co Westmeath. Fore, Fobhar is the anglicised version of the Irish name that signifies “the town of the water-springs” and was given to the area after Saint Féchín’s spring or well, which is next to the old church a short distance from where the ruined monastery still stands. 632 more words

Irish History