Norway is the capital of skiing! I know what everyone is thinking, “What Norway, Skiing?” Yes skiing is rife in Norway and Scandinavia in general. It is their number one sport. They love it, in all its forms. They just don’t like the fancy alpine downhill with its stylish carving. They also adore the slower paced more methodical form of cross country. A form of skiing, that everywhere else is seen as dull and cowardly. Norway loves skiing, but it doesn’t get the credit it deserves. So here…
French Polynesia, comprised of several groups of islands, famously among them Tahiti, sits nestled in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. At least five hours from the nearest landmasses, French Polynesia is a popular destination spot for tourists seeking to immerse themselves in island culture and tropical life. Air travelers may note that the only international airport in French Polynesia is Faa’ā International Airport located on Tahiti. Upon arrival, it is possible to take a ferry or Air Tahiti to island hop.
Whether you are looking for beautiful weather, or simply a way to get away from it all, Tahiti is the place to go. Located in the South Pacific, Tahiti is family to 118 islands and over 120,000 natives call this island their home. As a vacation destination, Tahiti plays host to over 200,000 guests every year, opening their hearts and their hospitality to them. Here is what an average week in Tahiti might look like.
While visiting the strip in Las Vegas is usually about gambling, drinking, and going to clubs, there is a wide variety of fun and interesting things to do and see while you are in Vegas. Over the years Las Vegas has developed into a great tourist destination with eclectic food, fascinating sites, great shopping, and a wide variety of entertainment options. Here are few ideas of some of the fun attractions that you need to see next time you are in Las Vegas.
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