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New essential post, today we travel to Valencia, Spain, and we will visit The City of Arts and Sciences.

Is an entertainment-based cultural and architectural complex. 69 more words


Visiting Peru

Over the Thanksgiving break, I got the privilege of going to Peru to see my family. This is nothing new to me because we go almost ever year, if not every other year. 418 more words


JetBlue’s conservation initiatives and responsible tourism

Partnering with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, JetBlue has started to promote awareness of damage due to climate change and the illegal wildlife trade, conservation initiatives, and responsible tourism. 484 more words


Dominica's first freediving competition a success

I hadn’t realized that earlier this month, the island of Dominica had hosted its first freediving competition. The competition drew competitors from 11 different nations as well as local athletes, including Vivian Titre and Francisca Bellot. 271 more words


Geocache Draws Treasure Hunters to Fort Christiansvaern, St. Croix

Susan Ellis (St. Croix Source) writes about Geocaching, “a modern day treasure hunt—a scavenger hunt,” created by Ricardo Richards Junior High School teacher Zahra O’Reilly. 371 more words

Caribbean Culture

Frank Lloyd Wright's Imperial Hotel: Gone but Not Forgotten

The Imperial Hotel in Tokyo in the 1960s was a stunning structure. Designed by the legendary architect, Frank Lloyd Wright, the Imperial Hotel’s lava rock facing, the abundance greenery and the dominant reflection pool makes me think of Angkor Wat or the Taj Mahal on a more intimate scale. 549 more words


From Boracay to Portugal: A Volunteer’s Journey

I wake up each day with ringing bells as my alarm clock in Braga, the third largest city in Portugal. The bell actually rings every 15 minutes and changes its tempo after each hour passed. 1,467 more words