Visit French Polynesia Without Breaking The Bank

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Synonymous with luxury, romance and leisure, French Polynesia is a magical place considered hard to reach for most of us mere mortals. If words like “Bora Bora” or “Tahiti” don’t make your proverbial travelling mouth water, then the travelling bug hasn’t bitten you hard enough.

Before we get into a more detailed account of affordable ways to vacation in French Polynesia, let me just give you a brief disclaimer – it’s going to cost you! French Polynesia is a remote island location, and just getting there is going to dig into your pocket in varying degrees, depending on where you live. Still, if you can do without all the luxury advertised by travel agencies, you can save a significant amount of pennies if you spend smartly while you’re there. Let’s see how…

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KANAWA ISLAND

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Kanawa island is a very small island located right on the border of Komodo national park. It is between the island of Sumbawa and Flores. It is also a perfect honeymoon destination for couples that do not like the commercial ra..ra..
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Bhutan’s Paro Festival 2015

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The Paro Festival is one of the highlights of the Bhutanese calendar year. Spread over days, the local people come from miles around to celebrate, to dance and to feast. They will be dressed in their ‘Sunday best’, with many making their own costumes and clothes for the occasion. The festival takes place around the huge Rinpung Paro Dzong and takes the form of stories, played out by the masked dancers who have rehearsed for many weeks; a wonderful social occasion.

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MassKara Festival – Philippines

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The history of MassKara Festival began in 1980 when the villagers in Bacolod were suffering an economic crisis. The main livelihood of people in Bacolod then was sugar cane farming. At that time, the price of sugar was at an all-time low due to the invention of sugar substitutes like fructose corn syrup in the United States. In addition to the crisis economy, many people in Bacolod lost their families when MV Don Juan sank that same year. About 700 Filipinos, including Bacolod villagers perished in that tragedy. In order to resist the sorrow, the local government together with the villagers held a festival of smiles in the hope that the city could always be tough and survive even the hardest moments in life.
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Use Facebook To Prepare For Travel

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Firsthand recommendations from your peers for where to fly, eat, or stay next sure beat sifting through pages of strangers’ reviews. Start simple: Use Facebook’s Graph Search to find which of your friends has been to a destination you’re considering visiting. In the search bar at the top of the page, type something like “My friends who have been to London” or “My friends who have been to Kensington Palace.” Up pops a list of friends who have journeyed to the Big Smoke, so you can ask them for their recommendations. If nobody you know has toured the royals’ abode, you can instead see a list of friends of your friends who have and then message them to see what they thought of it before you shell out $27 for a ticket.
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Maldives – The Paradise On Earth

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The 1,190 coral islands are a tropical Eden for those who love white beaches, turquoise lagoons, palm trees and water sports. The beauty of the underwater world is absolutely amazing. A wide range of colors and a variety of undersea living creatures, have fascinated visitors ever since the islands became an underwater tourist destination. The level of visibility can be over 50 m and the water is warm all time of year which makes it a destination for any of the year. All resorts rent diving equipment and there are diving courses even for beginners.

The Maldives are becoming every year more and more popular among tourists’ desired destinations worldwide. This paradise on earth is vulnerable, because of the 80% of its territory is less than 1 m above the sea level.

It is estimated that these unique coral atolls were formed 65-200 million years ago, from the crust of a volcanic mountain chain. Atolls (the word atoll comes from Atholhu) are constituted from the coral reef barrier. The part of the reef that connects the islands between them, comes from destroyed corals, which give the distinctive white color to the beaches. Being protected by the reef, the lagoons have calm and crystal clear waters, full of various species of fish and corals.
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PHILIPPINES, PALAWAN VOTED TOP ISLAND DESTINATION IN THE WORLD

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The Philippines made it to the top again after the famed Puerto Princesa Subterranean River was recently included in the New Seven Natural Wonders of the World. Palawan was voted top island destination in the world in a survey conducted by Conde Nast Travel magazine. Palawan bested 147 other island destinations around the globe.
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Mask Festival – Andong Folk Villiage, Soth Korea

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Andong Folk Village
Home of the Mask Festival

Andong is a small city in the South-east corner of the country. It’s famous for food and right near the train station is a food street where deliciousness awaits you at every turn. The highlight of the city is the “Hahoe Folk Village.” They are famous for the mask dance that happens every weekend and their 2 week long festival they hold every year in the fall. The best part is that you can sleep overnight in the village in one of the traditional houses.
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Top 5 Gorgeous Festivals that are Held in Bahrain

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Top 5 Gorgeous Festivals that are Held in Bahrain

Bahrain is a little island nation in the Persian Gulf and Manama is its capital. Populated by distinctive religions, Bahrain all the year round sees one celebration or an alternate being commended in pageantry and glory. Celebrations like Eid ul Adha, Eid ul Fitr and a lot of people more are praised crosswise over Bahrain. General Bahrain celebrations and occasions offer a sight into the lively society of this island country.
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Cheap Accommodation In Europe

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The Euro remains insanely strong, and it’s becoming more and more challenging to find good deals on hotels in Europe.

If you haven’t traveled to Europe in quite a while, you’ll notice quite a change in hotel lodging. No longer is it easy to find a really cheap and clean hotel with baths down the hall. In fact, it’s nearly impossible. Those small, family hotels Europe was known for are disappearing rapidly, especially outside of rural areas.
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