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7 Cruises That Everyone Should Go On

Cruise ships can take you to just about any destination in the world. From the blue waters of the Caribbean to the glaciers in Alaska, here are seven cruises on various cruise lines that everyone should take. The Caribbean – The most popular cruise destination in the world, the clear, blue …

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Bora had no plans for Eagles at ’98 World Cup –Taribo

Ex-Super Eagles centre-back Taribo West tells ’TANA AIYEJINA about missing out on the ’94 World Cup and his experiences playing    at the France ’98 and Korea/Japan ’02 editions Playing at ’98/’02 World Cups That was my dream and the ultimate goal. It’s the highest stage in football, so it was …

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Bora had no plans for Eagles at ’98 W’Cup –Taribo

Ex-Super Eagles centre-back Taribo West tells ’TANA AIYEJINA about missing out on the ’94 World Cup and his experiences playing    at the France ’98 and Korea/Japan ’02 editions Playing at ’98/’02 World Cups That was my dream and the ultimate goal. It’s the highest stage in football, so it was …

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Paradise Beach Nevis’s New Beachfront Bookings Are an All-New High for the Caribbean

The smallest change can feel drastic on an island without even a single traffic light. But at the five-star Paradise Beach Nevis, the latest addition is true to form—and even with the debut of five brand-new Beach Houses, it’s still the smallest, most intimate resort on the entire island. Set …

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Seruiratu Releases 5 Hawksbill Turtles

Five hawksbill turtles were given the chance to explore the vast Pacific Ocean after being released at Treasure Island by the Minister for Agriculture, Rural and Maritime Development, National Disaster Management and Meteorological Services, Inia Seruiratu. He did this as part of World Turtle Day. “Since the year 2000, World …

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Island-Hop in the South Pacific Aboard a Legacy 600 Private Jet

Papua New Guinea, Fiji, Australia’s Ayers Rock, the Great Barrier Reef, Tasmania, New Zealand’s South Island—these are among the destinations on the itinerary of a two-week private jet tour of the South Pacific that Frontiers International Travel has put together in collaboration with Lakani World Tours. The tour, which runs …

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Firms grin and bear it as ‘Bora’ closure marks one month. How about the workers?

IT’S been a month since the government did what was previously deemed unthinkable, shocking and disappointing people: close down for six months Boracay island in Aklan, shutting out the world to the fabled white sand and other attractions of the island consistently listed by global travel magazines among the best. …

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On the move at L’Auberge, Crossroads, UA

L’Auberge de Sedona announces new GM and executive chef L’Auberge de Sedona, A Destination Hotel, the Southwest’s premier luxury resort, named five hospitality executives to leadership roles as it continues to refine its star power. Together, the team is overseeing all aspects of the property’s operations and food and beverage …

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‘Survivor’: Filmmaker Mike White, Wrestler John Hennigan to Compete on Season 37

Beach-dwelling backstabbers beware: Ned Schneebly and Johnny Mundo are about to hit Survivor. Multi-hyphenate filmmaker Mike White (School of Rock, Chuck Buck) and seasoned professional wrestler John Hennigan (known variously as “John Morrison,” “Johnny Nitro,” “Johnny Mundo,” and “The Mayor of Slamtown”) are among the 20 castaways set to compete …

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