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Museum of the Terracotta Army China

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A Visitor’s Guide to the Museum of the Terracotta Army In 1974, a farmer discovered the famous terracotta army as he was digging a well. The army was buried in the 210 B.C. by the Qin Dynasty emperor. There are thousands of human sized statues that have individual features, armor and hair that matches their […more]

Jiuzhaigou Valley – China

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A Guide to Jiuzhaigou Valley In the Sichuan province of China lies the Jiuzhaigou nature reserve. This area is a prime example showing the diverse landscape of the country. Here you will discover breathtaking waterfalls and gorgeous lakes of bright blue. Found here are also quite a few Tibetan villages which gives you the opportunity […more]

Modern Hong Kong China

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Enjoying the Vibrant Energy of Modern Hong Kong The city of Hong Kong in China is one of the most bright and beautiful in the world. It boasts a population of 7 million, with the vast majority of them being native Chinese. The city is one of two SAR regions, the other is Macau. A […more]

Forbidden City – China

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Features of the Forbidden City in China A UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most famous attractions in all of China, the Forbidden City served as the Imperial Palace from the time of the Ming Dynasty to the Qing Dynasty, spanning approximately 500 years since 1420. Not only did the emperors, their families […more]

Blue Hole & Ambergris Caye Belize

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Scuba Diving in Belize: The Experience of a Lifetime Even for those who have never been scuba diving before, this activity is a must when visiting Belize. The country has some of the most spectacular diving sites in the world. There are multiple types of coral reefs to explore. During peak season, water temperatures are […more]

Caye Caulker Island Belize

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Caye Caulker Island Caye Caulker Island in Belize is located just off of Belize City. On early maps attributed to the British, the island was spelled Cay Corker. The most noteworthy historical fact about the island is the bounty of fresh water at La Aguada, a spot where sailors once gathered to refill the fresh […more]

Guide to San Ignacio, Belize

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Traveler’s Guide to San Ignacio, Belize Are you planning a trip to the beautiful country of Belize? If so, one of your stops if not your primary destination should be San Ignacio. This town along with Santa Elena comprise the largest city area in Belize. San Ignacio and Santa Elena are connected with a breathtaking […more]

San Pedro Belize

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Hot Nights in San Pedro Belize Located on Ambergris Caye is the town of San Pedro, Belize. It is the major town on the island and a sizzling place for fun nightlife and so much more. Although it is the main area of the island, it is only about a mile in length and has […more]

Belize Zoo and The Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary

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The Amazing Wildlife of The Belize Zoo and The Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary In 1983, the Belize Zoo was founded to serve as a home for animals used in documentaries who needed refuge. Soon after, zoo founder realized that even locals were not familiar with all the different animals who call Belize their home. This […more]

Belize Tourism Village or the Museum of Belize

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Belize City Attractions: Belize Tourism Village and the Museum of Belize Are you planning to visit the beautiful country of Belize? If so, then you cannot miss the Belize Tourism Village or the Museum of Belize. First let’s discuss the location of Belize Tourism Village, which is essentially the first place you should probably visit. […more]

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