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· April, 2012

Stories about Travel from April, 2012

China: A Hiker's Guide to Xinjiang

Taiwan: Travel with Art

Estonia: Places to Eat Out in Tallinn

Video: Mothers Around the World Share Their Different Experiences

In the International Museum of Women, the current online exhibit is all about mothers. MAMA: Motherhood around the globe explores the different aspects of motherhood through video interviews to women...

Kazakhstan: Borat credited with tourism increase

Costa Rica: Climbing up Chirripó, the Country's Tallest Peak

The tallest peak in Costa Rica is the Chirripó, at 3820 meters (12,533 feet) above sea level. Throughout the years, it has drawn many locals and foreigners to climb up...

Singapore: Train Breakdowns Becoming Part of Life

Once a symbol of pride and development, Singapore's Mass Rapid Transit trains now come with a warning: ride at your own risk. Four breakdowns and assorted delays over the past...

Thailand: Free Apps for Tourists

Tracking the Location of Singaporeans in the World

Internet Campaigns Invite Tourists to Visit Latin America

There are many web pages and blogs used to promote tourism in Latin America. We provide links to some of these pages here, and share a conversation with Global Voices...

Chile: Short Film on Kayaking ‘Shows Chile at its Best’

Russia: Astrakhan Becomes Opposition's New Rallying Cause

Astrakhan mayoral candidate Oleg Shein's cause is becoming the biggest rallying point for an anti-Kremlin opposition that has spent the last month struggling to rediscover its direction. Today, a hunger...

Vietnam: Videos About Hanoi

Ghana: Tourism Sector Urged to Speak Against Violence

Nigeria: Online Furore Over #DominionAir

Why would the advent of another brand name into the Nigerian aviation space generate so much public discourse? It happens that this is no usual airline: it is alleged to...

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