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Trinidad firm crafts strategy for volcano-devastated Montserrat to turn ‘ash to cash’

Tourism Intelligence International (TII), a leader in tourism and travel consultancy and market research, has been retained by the Office of the Premier of Montserrat to develop the island’s Tourism Strategy. This new plan will set the strategic direction and priorities for Montserrat’s tourism industry for the period 2019 to …

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Cubans steeled to resist latest US sanctions

The United States may have announced a raft of measures that could hamper investment in Cuba in a bid to ramp up pressure on the communist government, but in Havana life is trundling along with the usual serenity. The peace is only broken by the mention of US President Donald …

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5 reasons why you should visit Malta

1. Admire the architecture and art With three UNESCO World Heritage Listed sites including the cobblestoned streets of the capital city Valletta, Malta is home to some of the oldest Megalithic structures, temples and ruins in the world, dating from between 3600 BC and 700 BC. Caravaggio’s famous artworks – …

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Mexico Planning to Build World’s Tallest Statue of Jesus Christ

Statues of Jesus litter the world, drawing thousands upon thousands of tourists. Just take Christ the Redeemer in Brazil and Christ the King in Poland as two great examples. Mexico is joining the throngs of Jesus statues by building their own statue of Christ, and it’s expected to be the …

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Norwegian Cruise Line Previews Encore Launch, Joy’s NY Sailings

Norwegian Cruise Line has announced select 2020 and 2021 itineraries for 12 of its 17 ships. The itineraries include Norwegian Encore’s launch in Seattle where the ship will sail seven-day cruises to Alaska alongside her sister ship Norwegian Bliss, as well as Norwegian Joy’s arrival in New York for the first …

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3 Fabulous Italian Rivieras You Probably Don’t Know About But Should

Getty The word for coastline in Italian is riviera, although when used with a capital R it has long referred to some the most glamorous beachfront in the world—the Côte d’ Azur, and that swirl of idyllic terrain winding from Ventimiglia to La Spezia, known respectively as the French and …

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Charles Gordon Gross, father of cognitive neuroscience, dies at 83

Charles (Charlie) Gordon Gross, professor of psychology and the Princeton Neuroscience Institute, emeritus, who revolutionized the understanding of sensory processing and pattern recognition, died April 13 in Oakland, California. He was 83. Gross was one of the founders of the field of cognitive neuroscience. His pioneering discoveries of brain cells …

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$200m cash splash for regional tourism under Labor plan

No Cookies To use this website, cookies must be enabled in your browser. To enable cookies, follow the instructions for your browser below. Facebook App: Open links in External Browser There is a specific issue with the Facebook in-app browser intermittently making requests to websites without cookies that had previously …

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Theme parks, European vacations top summer travel itineraries

Published Saturday, Apr. 20, 2019, 12:04 am Front Page » Events » Theme parks, European vacations top summer travel itineraries Join AFP’s 100,000+ followers on Facebook Purchase a subscription to AFP | Subscribe to AFP podcasts on iTunes News, press releases, letters to the editor: augustafreepress2@gmail.com Advertising inquiries: freepress@ntelos.net kwanchaichaiudom …

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