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Sports Tourism in the Great Rift Valley – Kenya

Tourists visiting the Rift Valley region of Kenya brace yourselves for an enjoyable safari across it’s scenery as well as the sporting facilities in the high altitude training areas. This region has rich sports history with many world record holders originating from this region. The region is also famous for its good climate for athletes …

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A Tourist’s Guide to Southern Vermont

1. Introduction: Easily accessible from lower New England, Southern Vermont is a rolling carpet of Green Mountain foothills and valleys that offer a extensive array of seasonal sports, yet maintain all of the state’s characteristics, including picture postcard villages, covered bridges, maple farms, and cheese producers. 2. Orientation: Brattleboro, gateway to the area, is “home …

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Top Fun Activities in Jaltemba Bay, Mexico

If you’re seeking a safe, affordable, family-friendly beach vacation destination, Jaltemba Bay in the Riviera Nayarit is a great option. Conveniently located just 60 kilometers north of the Puerto Vallarta airport, this vacation retreat is a tropical oasis offering tourists plenty of sea, sun, and sand and some of Pacific Mexico’s best swimming beaches. Jaltemba …

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Fainting Goats – Farm Fun Animals

Farm owners are often asked, “Are you kidding?” “Do Fainting goats really exist?” No kidding, Fainting goats are real! These goats are called by a variety of names: stiff-legged goats, scare goats, nervous goats and Myotonic goats. To understand their name, you should know their characteristics and background. Fainting goats originally came from Nova Scotia. …

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Buy Queen of the Meadow (Joe-Pye Weed) For Colds, Immunity and Other Benefits

Queen of the Meadow (Joe-Pye Weed) Eupatorium maculatum Compositae (daisy family) Queen of the Meadow, also known as Joe-Pye weed, was supposedly named for an Indian medicine man named Joe Pye who used this species successfully to treat typhus throughout New England in the late 1700s. Some say he was a Wampanoag Indian herbalist. Eupatorium, …

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