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· February, 2009

Stories about Travel from February, 2009

The Greatest Street Party on Earth: The Brazilian Carnival

Barack Obama, Fidel Castro and the Iraqi journalist who threw one of his shoes at George Bush were just some of the characters spotted on the streets of Brazil, during...

Trinidad & Tobago, U.S.A.: Aggravation Nation

Incredible India

Japan and South Korea: Cheap Won Draws Japanese Shoppers

Peru: Seven Star Hotel in Cusco

Chile: Faces Along Commute Using Transantiago

To females traveling to Egypt … or to the US

Global: Convoy to Gaza Makes History

History was made yesterday in the Maghreb as a convoy headed from the UK to Gaza was allowed to pass through the border between Morocco and Algeria, which has been...

Morocco: Climbing and Trekking

Serbia: The Museum of African Art

Egypt: Bloggers React to Cairo bombings

A French tourist was killed and around 20 people were injured when a bomb exploded outside the Al Hussein Mosque in Cairo's popular tourist area Khan Al Khalili. And as...

Japan: Pictures of Japanese festivals and ceremonies

Russia: Henri Cartier-Bresson's Photos of Soviet Union

Indonesia: Weird Durian fruit

Aruba: Putting on the Ritz-Carlton?

Brunei: Global Expeditions

Like other citizens around the globe, Brunei is never short of people willing to take the challenge to put the country on the world map. Two sets of expeditions are...

Russia: “Poverty” Photos

Ukraine: The Khanenko Museum

Iran: Three short videos on Iran

Jamaica, Spain: Considering the Environment

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