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Forthcoming—“Stranger Encounters: The Impact of Tourists in Cuban Bed-and-Breakfasts”

Stranger Encounters: The Impact of Tourists in Cuban Bed-and-Breakfasts, by Kim Kozak, will be soon available through Caribbean Studies Press.

Description: Tourism is now considered the leading industry in Cuba. 223 more words



We all hate delays. But the crew can’t do anything about them. If they happen, you can only mumble under your breath. Being grumpy and rude towards the crew won’t make you leave the runway on time. 573 more words


Parking boats at Rawa Pening Lake, Ambarawa

The day was cloudy when we arrived at Rawa Pening lake Bukit Cinta gate. It was only 3 pm in the afternoon. Rawa Pening appeared to be quiet. 67 more words


Boat Workshop at Rawa Pening Central Java

A man was working on making a wooden boat in his workshop in a village nearby Rawa Pening lake Central Java. Rawa Pening is a legendary lake in Ambarawa Central Java. 32 more words


Hottest mineral water well in Jordan attracts investors — minister

By Hana Namrouqa – Oct 23,2016 – JORDAN TIMES

The water in Qastal was found 1,200m underground, with salinity levels of 3,000mg and diverse unique therapeutic minerals (Photo by Osama Aqarbeh) 373 more words


La Boca, the oldest neighborhood in Buenos Aires (BsAs), where you must not miss its street stalls and then sit down to eat the authentic Argentine grill or a pasta dish (not know if you are in Argentina or Italy, for scrumptious!) while admiring the Argentine tango dancers acting on the door of the restaurant.

Enjoy it!