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· November, 2011

Stories about Travel from November, 2011

Barbados: Response to Crime Affecting Tourism?

Vietnam: Questions on the ‘New Seven Wonders’ Contest

India: The Camel Fair Of Pushkar

Bhutan: The King Visits Japan

Jamaica: Miami Book Fair Meetup

Ghana: Visual Artist Meets Nicest People on Earth

Mexico: Looking Beyond the Violent Portrait of Ciudad Juárez

Chile: Citizens Fight to Save Valparaiso's Emblematic Elevators

Valparaíso’s 130-year-old elevators are teetering on the brink of extinction and locals are taking to the streets and social media to fight for them. The World Monuments Fund has named...

North Korea Opens its Door for Tourists, But Cellphones are Not Allowed

Kenya: The Maasai Flame

Palestine: Freedom Riders Challenge Israeli Segregation

On November 15 a group of Palestinian activists were arrested while travelling on a bus carrying Israeli settlers. The activists called themselves the “Freedom Riders”, after the American civil rights...

Europe: A Song Criticizing Schengen Visa Procedure

India: Jim Corbett Museum

Cuba: Papal Visit Challenges

Bangladesh: Joining A Cycling Community

Nepal: Why Kathmandu's Tribhuvan Airport Is Hated

Sri Lanka: Preserving The Covered Bridge in Badulla

Lebanon: Jeita Grotto… To Vote or Not to Vote

Will the Jeita Grotto in Lebanon be named as one of the New7Wonders of Nature today? Layal Al Khatib sums up the discussion between Lebanese netizens in favour and against...

Cuba: On the Pope's Potential Visit

Cuba: Segregation Sail

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