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Even though the temperatures have considerably gotten warmer over the past few weeks, marking, hopefully, the beginning of a sweet and adventurous summer, who would honestly not want to spend a couple of hours by the incredibly blue water of the island of Grand Turk as seen above? Nevertheless, Grand Turk is a lot more than white sand beaches... so if laying in the sun isn't quite your cup of tea, you will not be disappointed by this jewel nestled in the heart of the Caribbean.

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Exploring an impressive 95 destinations with 16 overnight port visits, this odyssey is much more than the sum of its celebrated ports.

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Canadians are flocking to Israel, with, according to the latest figures from the Israel Tourist Board, a 25% increase in numbers arriving via Ben Gurion airport in the past twelve months. Visitors are perhaps discovering one of today’s best kept tourism secrets. A visit to the Lands of the Bible has always been a wonderful way to renew one’s faith, to gain insights into the meaning of the Bible and to offer a better understanding of the three major religions and the two peoples that make up Israel today.

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When we think of our recent adventure to Peru with 34 enthusiastic and intrepid travellers, the word contrast comes to mind. We began our trip in the crowded, traffic congested city of Lima - a city that never seems to sleep. Here we learned the history of ancient civilizations in Peru, pre-Inca time, through their pottery, jewelry, weapons, and mummies at the Larco Herrera Museum. Our guide also gave a detailed explanation of Peru’s present day political situation.

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Lawrence Anthony, a legend in South Africa and author of three books including the bestseller, The Elephant Whisperer, bravely rescued wildlife and rehabilitated elephants all over the globe from human atrocities, including the courageous rescue of Baghdad Zoo animals during the US invasion in 2003. On March 7, 2012 Lawrence Anthony passed away. He is remembered and missed by his wife, two sons, two grandsons, and numerous elephants. Two days after his passing, the wild elephants showed up at his home led by two large matriarchs.

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It has been almost three decades since the Iron Current fell and Romania broke away from its former Soviet masters. Since then Romania has entered into a new era of market reform and democratic rule. The country is now a full member of both NATO and the European Union. Yet it retains all of its historic charm, quaint countryside and beautiful landscapes.

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Ideally nestled by the Atlantic Ocean, Boston is New England’s urban gem, where inviting the fresh sea breeze onto your plate is as common as spotting a seagull! Enjoy the endless opportunities to taste fresh catch by the seaport from a creamy clam chowder in a quaint seafood joint to an on-the-go lobster roll to fresh oysters on the half shell.

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That’s an interesting question that Ancestry.com wants to help you answer this fall. Ancestry.com has partnered with Cunard to give guests the opportunity to trace their family history while sailing across the Atlantic aboard the Queen Mary 2.

With one in five immigrants that that landed in Ellis Island in the 1800s, Cunard played a critical role in immigration from Europe to North America. They are getting in touch with their history to help you get in touch with yours, especially if you know you had ancestors that sailed into New York on a Cunard vessel.

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Remember the days when the bartender was everyone’s best friend? They were the non-judgemental ear that happily listened to your stories, your problems and your accomplishments. Well, those days may be limited, on cruises at least.

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Tranquil waterways cut through the colourful countryside of the Netherlands. From town to hamlet and city they meander surrounded by colourful fields of tulips. Each year for a short period the Netherlands comes alive with harvest of the Tulip crops and the blooming of gardens. The season is short, lasting only weeks, so those wanting to see the bright colours of Dutch flowers need to make sure they book their trip early. The best way to see this region is, of course, by boat. Get there, unpack once, and let the ship take you to see the highlights of Holland the Belgium.

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