From Peyto Lake in Alberta, Canada, to To-Sua in Samoa, see the bluest waters in the world in these unique natural settings.
A Canadian company is drilling exploratory wells in Namibia for what could be a major oil and gas find, threatening the world-renowned Okavango Delta and communities downstream.
Volleyball it is claimed is Sri Lanka national sport. However there is no doubt that Cricket is the most popular sport in Sri Lanka .That popular West Indies calypso ‘Cricket, lovely cricket.’,’ will always be ringing in the ears. From the villages where youngsters from around 16 to 26 or maybe even older, use ‘polpithi’ bats, to the towns where more sophisticated young men use willow bats.
Portugal holiday travel guide: Where to stay in green list country & what to do; Olivia Burke; The Sun
KNOWN for its beautiful beaches, proverbial pastries and its rich history, Brits have struck gold with Portugal being added to the green list. So as swarms of holidaymakers set to jet off to the stunning country, Olivia Burke takes a look at exactly what it has to offer.
This research focuses on the innovative outcomes of the latest restoration of the Oratory of the Partal Palace (2013-2017).
Source: World Migratory Bird Day
Producer’s Compound In San Miguel De Allende Is A ‘Catch’ At $6.25 Million; Lauren Beale & Neal Leitereg; Forbes
If old town charm, modern luxury and outdoor living spaces are high on your wishlist, the vibrant San Miguel de Allende home of “Deadliest Catch” and “Storage Wars” producer Thom Beers checks all the boxes.
A long-awaited report on how one of the country’s most visited tourist destinations will be managed is due to be released next month and may define its community and the tourism industry.
A decision could be made as early as next month…
Viking announced it will be restarting its ocean cruises on the Mediterranean this summer with a new ship, Viking Venus, new itineraries, and a new homeport in Malta.
How were China’s legions of terra-cotta warriors made? Experts have pieced it together; Marcos Martinon-Torres; National Geographic
Creating thousands of live-size soldier statues to protect the mausoleum of China’s first emperor was a massive operation, requiring many steps and close collaboration.
When celebrating African World Heritage Day this Wednesday, it is appropriate to emphasize, as the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has reiterated, the need for the countries of the continent and the rest of the planet to preserve such wonders.
Culture ministry to create registry of professionals to “revive” monument preservation tradition; Agenda Georgia
The Ministry of Culture, Sport and Youth of Georgia has launched an initiative to collect information on professionals of restoration and conservation of cultural heritage monuments, hoping to “revive” the tradition by creating a registry of certified craftspeople.
In southern Iraq, putrid water gushes out of waste pipes into marshes reputed to be home to the biblical Garden of Eden, threatening an already fragile world heritage site.