Travel Guest Post: Foods to Try in the Sunshine State

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Florida is frequently referred to as ‘The Sunshine State’ – a name that does much to account for its popularity as a holiday destination, as well as its phenomenal agricultural output.     The excellent produce ranges from speciality citrus fruits such as Key Limes and Florida oranges to some of the best seafood available anywhere in the world. Floridian culinary…

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Travel Guest Post: Visiting Pompeii & Herculaneum

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Naples, in addition to known excavations of Pompeii offers another world-famous archaeological site, the ruins of Herculaneum. To move in and out the excavations, it is advisable to arrange an excursion with a little advance. The excavations are extensive and to enjoy them during a walk that is not tiring, perhaps accompanied by one of the many pompeii tour guides,…

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Travel Guest Post: Nutrition on the Go

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Summer vacation is that special time we look forward to all year long and while it’s fun to unwind and get away from it all, we have to be careful not to drop good eating habits and sabotage our health by over indulging. Topical BioMedics, makers of Topricin Pain Relief and Healing Cream, has partnered with Roufia Payman, the director…

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Fashion Guest Post: Ethical Fashion- Ideas for Eco-Friendly & Recycled Clothing

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  What is ethical fashion? Essentially, ethical fashion is an approach taken to the process of sourcing, manufacturing and distributing clothes, uniforms and fashion items that focuses on being ethically responsible. This means that clothes are manufactured in sanitary conditions, and for a living wage, and that the materials used will not damage the environment. Ethical fashion also means that…

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Travel Guest Post: Turn Your Honeymoon into a Cultural Exploration

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 Your honeymoon provides the opportunity for a well deserved break. However, if lying on the beach or by the pool for a few weeks isn’t your idea of fun, you can always find out more about the history and culture of your destination. All countries have interesting places to explore. Each has its own unique history that has influenced the present culture, which you can experience through its people, food…

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Travel Guest Post: The Titanic 2

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Before you get your hopes up, rest assured that there isn’t a Titanic part two movie where Leonardo DiCaprio comes back to life. Bummer. An Australian billionaire named Clive Palmer announced he would be recreating the Titanic in China and calling it Titanic II. With that said you can expect to see the actual ship set sail in a few…

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Travel Guest Post: Luxury Wine Tours Around Brisbane

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  One of the industries that contribute most to Australia’s economy is the wine industry.  Wine is the 4th largest export and so the industry helps boost employment, as well as tourism in many areas. Wine is produced across the country and Brisbane in particular in Queensland and the surrounding areas in particular has a high concentration of wineries.  …

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Travel Guest Post: The Retreat; A Luxury Hideaway at the London Olympics

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The Retreat is an exclusive pop-up hospitality members’ club at The Brewery in the heart of London for the duration of the Olympic Games from July 27th to August 12th. Visit 6 uniquely designed areas (The Park, The Great British Diner, The Club, Cine,  Country Club Retreat and Backstage Theatre) and indulge.  Membership includes: Unrestricted access to all areas of the Retreat (except…

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Event: NE-YO’s Fostering the Legacy Charity Event

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On July 14, 2012 Multi-platinum R&B singer, songwriter, actor & philanthropist, NE-YO and ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ winner, Arsenio Hall, hosted the 1stAnnual “Fostering A Legacy” Benefit for NE-YO’s charity, The Compound Foundation at the East Hampton estate of CEO Bill Nuti and his wife Michele and presented by Porsche Cars North America. The event raised money for The Compound Foundation as well as…

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Travel: 5 Reasons to Visit the Galapagos Islands

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On everyone’s bucket list should be a place that is ultra exotic and new to explore. The Galapagos Islands fit the bill. The islands are an archipelago of volcanic islands in the Pacific Ocean west of Ecuador, with 13 main islands and 6 smaller islets.  Here are 5 reasons you should visit: 1.) See the exotic wildlife.  The Galápagos Islands and…

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Travel Guest Post: Luxury Locales for Posh Pets

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  The exquisite cuisine, the outstanding service, the lush accommodations, what’s not to love about luxury travel?  How about having to leave your closest companion at home? Fortunately, more and more destinations are realizing that we’re not the only ones who need catering too.  While our four-legged companions certainly seem to enjoy their time at the various pet spas and…

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Travel Guest Post: Inside the Russian Space Program 2012

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A unique “Inside the Russian Space Program 2012” tour is being offered exclusively by the award-winning Russia travel specialists MIR Corp. The trip is happening only once October 9-18, 2012 and offers intimate access to Russia’s space program, including optional cosmonaut training and zero gravity flights. Witness the manned launch of the Soyuz spacecraft on its way to relieve the crew…

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