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From Rice Paddies to Volcanoes: Bali Walking Tours

by R. Carnavale July 25th, 2014 | Action Adventures, Destination Highlight, Outdoors- Generic
If you've ever yearned to walk through a rice paddy field (a "sawah") or a charming village in an offbeat locale, a walking tour in Bali might be right up your alley. Fortunately, guided walking tours are plentiful and reasonably priced, so you can see the best of the country's spectacular scenery, like the Caldera Batur and Mount Agung. Here is more information about walking and eco walking tours in Bali:

Bali Hiking offers hiking tours to Mount Batur, Caldera Batur and Mount Agung. They also offer a world heritage tour to the countryside in Ubud to observe the
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Denpasar, Bali

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Destination Detour

Portsmouth, New Hampshire

by T Akery July 23rd, 2014 | Destination Detour
Destination-Detour Portsmouth, New Hampshire is one of the oldest cities in the United States. It was founded in 1630. While it is a relatively small city, it located on the coast of New Hampshire and is one of New Hampshire's main harbors. There are lots of things to do and see on both the land and the sea port.

One of the places to visit in the harbor is the USS Albacore. This is a research sub on which the cylindrical
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Street Food of Bali: Flavorful and Budget-Friendly

by T Akery July 24th, 2014 | Budget Dining, Dining & Lodging, Street Food
Street food in Bali is often sold from carts, the backs of motorcycles or from little places on the street. These carts often cater to the working locals in the area. They often specialize in one type of street food. You will find these places are open at any time of the day.

One of the specialties of Bali street food is Nasi Campur. This is a mixed dish composed of rice, vegetables and some kind of meat. This dish is perhaps the most varied dish of the region. Different vendors will have different versions of Nasi Campur. Some will
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Prepping for the Yorkshire Three Peaks in England

by Editorial Team July 24th, 2014 | Action Adventures, Hiking
Active-Adventures The ‘Yorkshire Three Peaks walk’ is a hike that is comprised of Pen-y-ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough, all which can be found in the Yorkshire Dales, which is in the north of England. The walk itself is to be completed within 12 hours in a single day, and is 24.5 miles long with over 1,600 meters of climbing involved. For this reason, the Yorkshire Three peaks challenge isn’t to be taken lightly. Of course, you don’t have to complete it in 12 hours, but a ticking timer makes the challenge all the more satisfying. With the summer sun high
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The Best Religious and Village Festivals in Bali

by R. Carnavale July 22nd, 2014 | Arts & Culture, Destination Highlight, Fairs & Festivals
Arts-Culture Given the Balinese are very spiritual people, it should come as no surprise that Bali is a country abundant in religious and village festivals. While temple festivals are fairly common, village festivals, like the Usaba Sambah Festival in Tenganan, are a special treat. If you decide to attend a temple festival, be sure to wear a sarong and sash and follow temple rules, especially the one about not standing higher than the priest during a ceremony, lest you appear to be disrespectful. In addition to traditional Balinese festivals, there's an annual health and wellness event that's worth noting:

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