North America

Green Adventures in Vermont

I’m standing near the top of Mount Mansfield, Vermont’s highest mountain contemplating a descent down the world’s fastest and most exhilarating zip line experience.

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Cuba for first-timers

There is nowhere in the world quite like Cuba, the guidebooks usually assure the would-be traveller and as a first timer I am not sure what to expect but my expectations are exceeded

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Whale watching in New Brunswick

Suddenly, two giant fountains erupted at the side of the boat announcing a pair of finbacks. Emerging from the water and gracefully synchronized, these two whales, the second biggest creatures on earth put on a show just for us.

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Breaux Vineyards, Virginia

One day Paul Breaux was clearing a field on a farm he had bought in 1994 in Loudoun County, Virginia when he found some old grapevines. He recultivated the vines and made a little wine for family and friends. Three years later Breaux Vineyards was open for business.

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The Very Odd Side of Las Vegas

If you peel all the glitz away, you’ll see a very bizarre side of the city. For those of you who enjoy experiencing the absurd, check out some of these altogether truly unusual attractions.

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Nevis Mango and Food Festival

The Nevis Mango and Food Festival takes place over 4 days every year when the fruit ripens. Officially there are over 40 different varieties on the island, although locals say it’s more like a hundred. Even the shape of Nevis looks like a mango.

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