Category Archives: Uncategorized
Flying Etihad Airways through the world has become lot more interesting as Hala Abu Dhabi in partnership with World N Traveland brings for fantastic Stopovers in Abu Dhabi.
With our unique stopovers, stopping over becomes an experience as you now have a chance to explore the UAE with a special visa** which is absolutely FREE. While exploring the UAE during your stopover in Abu Dhabi, you also enjoy our special 2-FOR-1 hotel rate. Stay for two (2) nights and pay for just one (1).
Experience the authentic traditions, rich culture and hospitality of the UAE, sample a desert adventure, henna painting, falconry or visit the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque. Marvel at Abu Dhabi’s many new and exciting projects, such as Yas Island with its many exhilarating attractions, or Saadiyat Island for culture, art and history.
For more details please call our Abu Dhabi Stopover desk on 08129912312 or call our contact centre on 014609944. Send your inquiries and requests to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have you ever thought of a world where white sand beaches, pristine waters and scenic getaways aren’t as far away as we may think? A world where the wildlife adventure and the romantic cruise is stirring right into our eyes, a world of endless fascinations or better still, a world where fun and pleasure is indispensable. Wait a minute! I really don’t think this is the time to imagine, I think it’s the time to know. So as you take your time to read this, also take a minute to close your eyes, open it, and visualize the world right in front of you because truly this world I’m about to open up to you is closer than you think.
You may be saying to yourself; “what world is he referring to?” And so it is that time to let the cat…
View original post 356 more words
In case you are wondering where on earth Bora bora is located, wonder no more as it is a country in the French Polynesia. Undoubtedly, it’s a place of delight to the lovers of the aquatic world being an island with crystal blue aquatic sceneries. Bora bora at first sight will surely take your breath away such that you can’t afford not to be there and get the feel. Having hotels located right on top of water coupled with the lovely location adds up to make it a perfect destination for couples on honeymoon.
Bora Bora is a major international tourist destination, famous for its aqua-centric luxury resorts. The major settlement, Vaitape is on the western side of the main island, opposite the main channel into the lagoon. Hotels in Bora bora are highly luxurious and renowned for their location on top of water. No…
View original post 333 more words
Spring is sprung, the snow has melted, the blossom is on the trees, and the Japanese are out in full force to celebrate the end of a long old winter. Yes, everybody loves a bit of spring.
But I’m sick of hearing about spring already. I already know about all the great reasons to travel to Japan in the spring. What about summer?!
Perhaps it’s the sweltering heat, or the humidity so thick you could spread it on toast – or perhaps it’s just that everyone goes so ga-ga for spring that they forget there was ever any other season. For whatever reason, summer in Japan tends to get a bit of a bad rap, and it’s totally undeserved.
NEWSFLASH!Summer (June – August) is actually an awesome time to travel to Japan, and here’s why:
- Fewer crowds & discount prices
Now I’m not going to lie…
View original post 1,310 more words
Doriane Kundwa, a 19-year-old student from the Northern Province, has been elected Miss Rwanda 2015 on Saturday, beating 14 other contestants.
Kundwa, who also won the Miss Popularity title, was followed by Kigali City beauty queen Vanessa Raissa Uwase and Lynca Akacu Uwse from the Eastern Province.
Fiona Ntaringwa and Balbine Mutoni completed the top-5 at the pageant, which seemed to be the best organized and attended so far.
DarlÃ¨ne Gasana was crowned Miss Heritage while Sabrina Ihozo Kalisa became Miss Photogenic and Joannah Bagwire Miss Congeniality.
Early on Sunday morning, as she was airlifted to Nyungwe Forest Lodge, Kundwa thanked Rwandans for their support.
“Good morning Rwanda. Still can’t find a suitable word to express my feelings… thank you so much I love you all,” she tweeted.
Read full story here
I’m sprawled on a deck chair on the Relaxation Deck of the Island Spa Catalina. Blissed out after a hot stone spa treatment, I’m sipping champagne and taking in a million-dollar ocean view — I don’t want to move. It’s about four in the afternoon, and being winter, the sun will set within the hour. I call my husband and coax him to laze about with me (he’s in the hotel), before reflecting on the day we’ve had.
It began with a helicopter flight from Long Beach to Catalina Island – a 15-minute trip over the Pacific Ocean, which at this time of year is experiencing a mighty whale migration. (Our pilot spotted one, although it didn’t want to wave its tail at us.) After touch-down, we woke up over coffee at Pavilion Hotel while absorbing its oceanfront view — an instant way to de-stress. The morning was brisk but…
View original post 254 more words
- Travel Visa was not required to travel to the United Kingdom till 1984.
- In 1976, 75 kobo exchanged for one British Pound and 60 kobo for one US dollar.
- Nigeria, the biggest economy in Africa is 160th out of 177 countries in HDI (Human Development Index).
- Nigeria has the highest paid legislators in the entire world.
- Kano: In 1851, this city, one of the largest in Africa, made 10 million sandal pairs and 5 million hides for export every year.
- Yobe: The oldest discovered boat in Africa, and 3rd oldest on the world, the 8500 yr old Dufuna canoe was discovered by a Fulani herdsman in 1987 in Dufuna village, Fune LGA.
- Akwa Ibom: King Jaja of Opobo (1821–1891) founded Opobo city-state in 1867 and shipped palm oil to Britain independently of British middle men.
- 1st republic Aviation Minister, Chief Mbazulike Amaechi hid former South African President, Nelson Mandela, for six months in Nigeria to evade his arrest by the apartheid regime.
- Activist Mrs. Fumilayo Ransome-Kuti travelled widely, including to the Eastern bloc (Hungary, USSR and China where she met Mao Zedong). These interactions angered Nigeria, Britain and America. America called her a communist and refused her a U.S. Visa.
- There are several Nigerian officials in the government of English speaking The Gambia.
- Lagos’ population in 1872 was 60,000. By 2015 it will be the third largest city in the entire world
- A brand new car sold for N2000 in 1975. A ticket to London was less than N100 in 1975
KENYA will this week join Uganda and Rwanda in Tokyo, Japan for launch of the East Africa single tourism visa in that country during an ongoing travel agents expo.
The EA single tourist visa costs $100, and allows entry into the three countries without the hassle of getting separate visas previously charged at $150 to enter each of these countries.
The launch will be done during the Japan Association of Travel Agents tourism expo which runs from tomorrow till Saturday in Tokyo. Kenya’s marketing agency Kenya Tourism Board will also showcase the destination at the event.
The single tourist visa for EA came into effect on January 1 and has so far been launched in South Africa, Germany, Netherlands, US and Moscow.
Here are the top vacation destinations in Nigeria courtesy of infonubia.com;
Tinapa Business Resort
Situated by the Calabar River, Tinapa is a business and leisure resort conceptualized to be an integrated business resort. It is a four phased development promoted by the Government of Cross River State, under a Private Public Partnership (PPP), and very close to Calabar Free Trade Zone.
It is the realization of an exciting dream – the first integrated business and leisure in resort in Nigeria. Tinapa Free Zone has world class facilities that enable visitors to engage in retail and wholesale activities as well as leisure and entertainment.
Tinapa has space for retail and wholesale, several line shops, warehouses etc. It also has an open exhibition area for trade exhibitions and other events, a movie production studio commonly referred to as “Studio Tinapa” or “Nollywood”, an entertainment strip that comprise a casino, an Eight-Screen Cinema, a children’s…
View original post 1,510 more words