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  • 7 nights luxury getaway to Peru for $2,600

    Machu Picchu view

    Machu Picchu Dennis Jarvis/ Flickr

    Take a look at the top travel deals of this day and pick any of them that might help you get your dream vacation this year, like the luxury Peru getaway from the top line that starts from $2,600 per person now, a price that is $450 lower that the regular rate of this package.

    Need more ideas? Spend a night in a Westin hotel in Houston from $99 per night, get cheap car rentals in major cities all over the US from $5 a day or book a luxurious escape to Riviera Maya withe meals and flight from $759 per person. If you don’t act fast, your favorite might sell out!

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  • 4 star Sandos Caracol Eco Resort in Playa del Carmen for $114

    The beach at Sandos Caracol Eco Resort

    The beach at Sandos Caracol Eco Resort

    If your dream is an exotic vacation for this summer, on the beach, but you also want something more, our deal hunters have a great hotel for you. The Sandos Caracol Eco Resort is on sale now and you can book it from $114 a night on select dates through late August and save 40% off average rates. 

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  • Adults only Sugar Cane Club Hotel and Spa in Barbados for $174

    Sugar Cane Club Hotel and Spa garden view

    Sugar Cane Club Hotel and Spa garden view

    Today we have found you a very special hotel for a late season Caribbean vacation, on the beautiful island of Barbados. Book the Sugar Cane Club Hotel and Spa now starting from $174 a night and save over $30 per night compared to other merchants on the market.

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  • Facts About The Migrant Crisis

    Pro Refugee march in Vienna, Austria, 31 August, 2015 @The Apex Archive

    Pro Refugee march in Vienna, Austria, 31 August, 2015 @The Apex Archive

    Europe is on the midst of the biggest migration crisis since World War II. Although its background can be traced back earlier on, three, four, even more than five years maybe, the situation began to double this year, especially this summer.

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  • The Westin Long Beach Hotel in Los Angeles for $144

    The Westin Long Beach hotel

    The Westin Long Beach hotel

    This week you can find all the best travel deals from all over the market in one place and plan your next vacation. You can book The Westin Long Beach hotel for $144 per night and pay 40% less compared to regular rates.

    If you are not thinking to visit LA these days, you can also book domestic flights nationwide with Virgin America from $49 one way, The Westin Key West Resort and Marina from $249 per night, beach vacation in Aruba with air from $849 per person. Act fast, these deals will sell out soon!

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  • The Visit of Pope Francis to Paraguay and Other South American Countries

    Pope Francis in South Korea

    Pope Francis in South Korea ©Republic of Korea/Flickr

    Great news for the Catholics of South America! This July Pope Francis, the current head of the Catholic Church, is going to visit three different countries in South America. It is the Pope’s first apostolic trip to the countries and it will take place between July 5 and 12 2015. The countries of Paraguay, Bolivia and Ecuador are going to be honored by this visit and surely tens if not hundreds of thousands of people will be on the streets to catch a glimpse of His Holiness. 

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  • The Tragedy of Nepal

    United Nations Development Programme /flickr

    Kathmandu under construction. ©United Nations Development Programme /flickr

    Update on the Nepal catastrophe: second earthquake hitting the region on May 12 2015

    Nepal has still been in the process of recovering after the devastating earthquake of 7.8 magnitude when it was hit by a second one just today! The epicenter of this second earthquake was near Mount Everest in a depth of 10.1 miles and its shock waves were felt even in the Indian capital, Delhi. It was of magnitude 7.1, later upgraded to 7.4. Although, data about the damage is yet unavailable, it is imaginable how much it affected the country still suffering the consequences of the first quake of April 25.

    The first catastrophe killed over 8,000 people and destroyed entire villages and towns leaving hundreds of thousands homeless. Now the world fears not only for the lives of the Nepalese but also the many doctors, rescue teams and other volunteers who were still in the Nepal helping. According to the few reports that already arrived, the people of Kathmandu were panicked when today’s earthquake reached the city, immediately trying to call their loved ones and rush home. The quake lasted for over one minute and probably caused further damage but hopefully not more deaths. The climbing expeditions of camp Everest were called off today for the following months.

    Unfortunately scientists are predicting more trouble ahead.

    According to the publication Science

    “Most of the region’s substantial earthquakes have occurred south of the line, where the plates are locked together and strain builds up. North of this “lock line,” however, the Indian plate dives downward and the character of the rock slab changes. Under higher temperatures and rising pressures, the brittle rocks become more plastic, and they creep past the Tibetan crust without rupturing. Or so researchers had thought.”

    Gavin Hayes of the US Geological Survey states:

    “We therefore have the potential for bigger earthquakes than we might have otherwise expected.”

    He estimates, that we can’t exclude even magnitude 9 earthquakes, not only in the region, but throughout India.

    You can also help the recovering country in many ways. One of the most noble causes is helping the children who lost their families and homes. You can donate to the Nepal Earthquake Children’s Relief Fund of the Save the Children charity. Even the smallest amount counts!

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  • All-inclusive cruising introduced by Norwegian Cruise Line

    Norwegian Sky cruise ship

    Norwegian Sky

    There is something new under the sun! Cruise lovers, especially those who prefer Norwegian Cruise Line will be happy to hear that their favorite company is introducing all-inclusive cruising to their menu. It is the next level of Freestyle cruising and a very comfortable option to guests who want to pay once and then enjoy all the food, drinks and amenities of their cruise ship. 

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  • The Best BMX Skateparks in Europe

    Nac Nac

    Nac Nac
    Photo credit: Fotache Sergiu

    The origin of BMX dates back to the 1970’s in Southern California, where several children were influenced by motocross stars of their time and started racing with their bikes on dirt tracks.

    By the mid 70’s BMX racing was a phenomenom and also at the same time achieved immense critical mass, and manufacturers began creating bicycles designed especially for that sport.

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  • Movile Cave in Romania – the only place in the world to survive a nuclear attack

    movile-cave

    Movile Cave @Rich Boden

    The mass media, the movies and the different news and conspiracy theory sites are full of ideas these days of how the world will end. The peak of the Cold War is probably the last time when there was so much talk of a possible nuclear apocalypse. Such a catastrophe would destroy everything on earth and life as we know it would seize to exist everywhere… almost everywhere. You would not believe that the only place in the world that would survive a nuclear attack is a small cave in Romania, near the Balck Sea. 

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