Asia Archives - Page 16 of 26 - My Family Travels
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Tours Combine Adventure and Volunteering

If you enjoy adventure and helping others, and you're looking for ideas for your next vacation, then Adventure Center might have the answer for you.  Adventure...

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REI Adventures Takes 25 Percent Off Special Guided Trips in 2011

To celebrate its 25th anniversary of selling guided adventure trips, the terrific outdoor outfitter REI is selling a select group of its 2011 trips at a 25% discount so the whole family...

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Student Volunteer Programs in Cambodia

Journeys Within, a boutique tour company that specializes in philanthropic travel to Southeast Asia, recently announced their Student Experience Tours for 2011. These unique student...

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Nobel Peace Prize Received by Empty Chair

Israeli singer Idan Raichel performed with American soul singer India.Arie at the Nobel Peace Prize Concert held December 11th in Oslo, Norway. The two artists performed "Gift of Acceptance"...

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Changi Airport’s New 40-Foot Slide Free for Duty Free Shoppers

Forget rocking chairs and Cinnabon. Singapore’s Changi International Airport knows how travelers really want to spend their layover -– shooting down a jumbo twister slide of course!The...

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My experience of studying in China, homestay in Shanghai

I came to Shanghai about three weeks ago to study the Chinese language in a local university. First thing I did when I arrived was to look for a place to live. As it was my first time coming...

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Singapore Is A Kid’s Shangri-La

It's easy to find family fun around Sentosa Island, a man-made recreational area off the coast of Singapore that provides a countryside escape from the big city. Note: For 2010, the Shangri-La...

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Japan Among Top Safest Travel Destinations

The result of the latest survey of

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The Smiles of China

     I had always been a fan of travel since I was a little girl. For most of my life, that had been the occasional trip to my grandma’s in Iowa, or a trip to Branson,...

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