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In many ways, Australia is very similar to the United States and in many ways is totally different. The ” ground down ” is on the opposite side of the world. It is sparsely populated with few large cities. Contains strange creatures and scenes not seen anywhere else on Earth.
On the other hand, is a modern nation with modern amenities that Americans are accustomed. People speak English and enjoy many cultural attractions as Americans. Because it is so far to travel to Australia is a major effort. Follow these travel tips for trouble-free journey.
Australia is a huge country. This is the same size as the continental United States. It takes much time to explore and plenty of time to get around. Several airlines and air programs go through an alliance with Australia and South Pacific. They allow you to fly a certain number of segments at a fixed price. Keep your passport with you at all times for identification. It is not practical to travel to Australia by car or train unless you have months of free time. The Australian dollar is the unit of currency.
Rio de Janeiro, tourism in the favelas. The Brazilian city, one of the country’s tourism, attracting visitors through tours of the favelas, which are the most marginalized neighborhoods of the city.
Is that two of the most important events worldwide, will be carried out in this wonderful Brazilian metropolis: the 2014 FIFA World Cup and Olympic Games 2016. From now on, are preparing for the tourists do not miss a corner of the city of Rio.
Local government itself which wants, through a cleaning program, boost tourism in the slums with tours. Thus, new sites are added to the mythic, as the Sugar Loaf, the statue of Christ the Redeemer and its iconic beaches such as Copacabana and Ipanema.
Favelas (be a thousand) are on the steep slopes of the hills and from there offer one of the best views across Rio de Janeiro. Moreover, this form of tourism used to know how to live on 20% of the population to interfere in Rio and Brazil’s cultural heritage.
It’s because in recent years, the favelas have become a postcard from Rio. Although for a long time, they were places of great danger, because drug traffickers operating there, even still, “since a couple of years the situation has improved.
For example, in thirteen favelas of Rio de Janeiro is a heavy police presence, known as the Peacekeeping Police Unit (UPP) and its objective is to expel drug traffickers who control these areas. According to the governor of Rio, Sergio Cabral: “By 2014 we will bring the UPP to all communities in the state of Rio that are controlled by criminals.”
Furthermore, in August this year, the Ministry of Tourism of Rio de Janeiro initiated a program in the favela of Santa Marta (the first to join the project UPP) which trains people as tour guides, the project called Rio Top Tour and it took 4,500 visitors in its first month.
Other favelasfamosasde Rio de Janeiro are the Rocinha (the most frantic, is located in a privileged place: on a hill facing the sea), Vila Canoas Complex and German. Worth mentioning that in the nineties and opened to tourism, being foreigners, settled on these lands, who were concerned to study the subcultures present in these neighborhoods.
With tourism in the favelas is to demonstrate that they do not live only crime, violence and drugs, but there are people who want to grow, which is interested in culture and does things in pursuit of improvement.
Around the equator lies a vast archipelago of tropical islands. On every island has very different people with particular customs, architectural styles and religions. On each island, nature is different in many forests, lakes and volcanoes and palm beaches everywhere. If you have a car, boat and plane and walk through this vast area attracts you feel throughout the humid tropics, you can smell the spices and meet all these island people with their seat houses, betjaks, horse carriages, for old dolls, temples and offerings. We have tried wherever possible to find small-scale accommodation that suits the atmosphere and culture of the islands or simply located in a beautiful palm garden or on the beach. On this site you will find lots of information about all the possibilities you have in Indonesia. We now offer tours especially in Java, Bali, Lombok, Komodo, Flores, Sumatra and Sulawesi. To all those places to find your way is easy when you can rely on a travel specialist that you can point the way a bit. This can always call or email if you have questions about your Indonesia travel. Read the rest of this entry »
India is one of the spiritual world countries. Many religious leaders around the world visit this country searching spirituality and salvation. The two prominent religions that Jainism and Buddhism originated from India. The Indian state of Bihar that Buddhism first emerged. Bodhgaya, Bihar is located in the birth place of Buddhism, where Gautam Buddha reached enlightenment after meditating for three days and three nights. Later, Buddhism spread to other parts of the world like Thailand, Sri L Lanka, Nepal, japan, Tibet, and so on. Many Buddhistic scholars and preachers in the country to visit India which led to a great exchange of culture and traditions. India and the adjacent country Nepal are important Buddhistic tour destinations. THE Buddhistic Indian tour will be not only a simple religious tourism, but will also provide a great opportunity to explore the rich architectural splendor of some mesmerizing monuments. THE Buddhistic India tour you will have some amazing destinations like Bodhgaya, Patna, Varanasi, Ajanta and Ellora caves, Lumbini, Dharamshala, screamer, Sikkim, and so on. Buddhism got popular in India over age 5 and 6. All Buddhistic Indian destinations to the great legacies with them. This enchanting destinations we are blessed with some incredible natural beauty. Read the rest of this entry »
Hire a bus can be a very difficult task, especially if the organized event for a period of high season. Buses are of different sizes and types. If you have any idea what business or your family needs, it makes it difficult to search. Charter buses are commonly used for airport transfers, local boat, bus trips, business trips, weddings, birthdays, graduation / farewell party hen party, corporate events, athletic team, family, school events, sightseeing, a slow ride, or any other group bus rental or ground transportation. It is important to determine in advance what will be an opportunity to use chartered bus? What special needs of users?
These are needed to help custom fit their research and who meet the criteria for a special occasion that will be used.
1. Ask yourself: – The company has its own maintenance program? – The quote will include parking and tolls? – To travel by car: How many local miles are allowed per day to achieve your goal? How much rent they? – The company owns bus use, or will be negotiated out? – What is the cancellation policy? – A bus is available for inspection before chartering? – What are the links member? As the parties? – They can provide an insurance certificate showing that the state required $ 5 million in coverage? – Companies have a phone and the bus company, a telephone line for 24 hours at fault? – Who pays for the driver’s hotel room? Read the rest of this entry »
The travel and tourism industry is one of the world’s largest employers and offers many exciting career with endless adventures and activities. Though there is so much negative publicity regarding crime in South Africa, flowering travel and tourism industry is still in our country. And with the 2010 peak around the corner, there’s no better time to travel and tourism industry to enter as true now. Although a recognized qualification, you will definitely help work in the travel and tourism industry will look employers also qualities such as a love of travel, enthusiasm, friendliness, an outgoing personality, good looks, intercultural skills and a gift for marketing, public relations and public action. The ability to acquire to speak is a great advantage in this industry.
Working in travel and tourism
Tourist agencies to prepare schedules and arrange accommodation and other travel services for customers – usually a travel agency. They discussed the details with clients to the final destination, type of transportation, travel dates, financial matters and accommodation preferences determined. They provide clients with travel brochures contain information about the places they visit, such as currencies or attractions. They calculated the costs of travel and accommodation costs and quotes for group tours. Tourist agencies have good marketing skills and link times. Many of them prefer to live in a particular field to specialize as either foreign or domestic travel, individual or group travel, travel to a specific geographic area or group tours. Read the rest of this entry »
One of the places that I have always promised to visit is Japan. Touring sites about this country that attracts me so much, I found a list of things Marc Japan you should not do in Japan, and surely I’ll forget. I invite you to visit it and if you remember.
When you’re on the street
- Smoking is prohibited in the street, except in certain areas. If not, you can be fined.
- Throwing things on the ground also gives you a pretty fine.
- No crying in the street, if you’re in a group and shout to be heard, will attract much attention.
When traveling by train
- Talking on the phone or make rude noise. We travel in silence
When you go to eat
- Do not leave a tip, because it will be like an insult, like you want to pretend superiority.
- If you go for a coffee you must separate the waste, plastics, food, glass, etc. In Japan, separating the waste as civic duty.
- If you offer not even think about saying the famous “chin chin” because in Japanese the word used to name the male genitals. Say, “Kampai” is right.
If you deal with someone
- Do not try to hug or kiss Japanese, because they will not know what to do. Just shake hands, which is international custom.
- The Japanese are friendly, and that makes them look shy or cold. Never admit it out loud, so avoid comment openly.
If you have a tattoo
- You will not be able to visit or the pools or baths. Do not let in because tattoos in Japan are associated with the Yakuza and children may be afraid if you see them. Also if you can not be put in general, much better