TRAVEL BLOG

Bangladesh border post third-biggest entry point for foreign tourists

It is afternoon, well beyond the peak time for tourist arrivals from Bangladesh. Still a snaking queue makes its way to the arrival zone — not a swanky lounge but a tin shed. The queue breaks up and the tourists jostle to cram inside the shed. There are seven counters each for arrival and departure […]

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La. Travels: Explore bayou in canoe, spot an eagle in Morgan City

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will offer two free guided canoe tours that explore the bayou along the edge of Big Branch Marsh National Wildlife Refuge in Lacombe to the shore of Lake Pontchartrain. The tours, lasting three hours, will start at 9 a.m. Saturday and March 3. The program, Paddling Along the Edge, […]

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Help shape rural travel hubs in Cambridgeshire villages

PUBLISHED: 06:59 17 February 2018 Ben Comber Greater Cambridge Partnership’s rural travel hub plan ILIFFE Sawston and Oakington are to benefit from improved travel links as a project to better connect villages to Cambridge gets under way. Email this article to a friend To send a link to this page you must be logged in. […]

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Southern Civil Rights Trail launched to draw international visitors to places like South Carolina

Southern states that once downplayed the struggle for equal rights by their black citizens now are marketing it to curious travelers around the world. Tourists from far and wide are booking trips along the recently announced U.S. Civil Rights Trail, and South Carolina is scrambling to get a piece of the action. “We found that […]

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