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International Day of Peace: Five Events that Celebrate World Peace
Sep 18, 2014
Since 1982, the International Day of Peace, created by the United Nations, has been celebrated annually on September w] \st around the world. Sadly, the world cannot make everyday a day of peace, but has settled on a single day of ceasefire so that the war-torn may have but a moment...
Korea – Temples Of Tranquility
Apr 19, 2014
Temple Stay is a cultural experience program that was designed to enhance the foreign travellers’ knowledge of Korean Buddhism. Visitors are welcome to stay at Buddhist temples regardless of their religious belief. A typical temple stay program allows for an overnight stay at a Buddhist temple with participation in Buddhist...
From Kava To Cannibals - Hopping From One Perfect Place To The Next In Fiji
Feb 11, 2014
It was a ritual that would become commonplace for me as the week wore on: Sit cross-legged on the floor, facing the chief and his most favoured warrior, both of them adorned with an elaborate costume of colourful flower leis and dry, brown grass. Take the wooden bowl of cava...
The Luxury Guide - Rome, Italy
Feb 6, 2014
Each year millions of visitors from around the world flock to the Eternal City of Rome. Although ancient landmarks like the Coliseum and the Vatican grace the skyline, below is a city that has found a balance between preserving the past and embracing modern trends in food, fashion and luxury...
Boats, Books & Believers - Three Very Different Ways To Organize Your European Voyage Of Discover
Jul 5, 2013
Anyone who dreams of visiting Europe, whether for the first time or to see something they missed before, need wait no longer. Our strong Canadian dollar makes it the best time in years to cross the pond. With so many special places, however, the most difficult choice will be which...
A Vatican Vacation - Touring Italy's Catholic Capital
Apr 10, 2013
    Vatican City is never what you'd call "low profile", probably the most politically active area in the world outside of Washington DC and the UN headquarters in New York. Still, following the recent appointment of Pope Francis the area has been under international scrutiny usually reserved for Royal weddings. Vatican...
The Spirit of Japan - Religion In The Land Of The Rising Sun
Mar 11, 2013
Japan is a country with a rich spiritual history. Many religions call this country home but some have been practiced on this island longer than others.   Japan is a country with a rich spiritual history. Many religions call this country home but some have been practiced on this island longer...
Have A Good Friday - 7 Surprising Easter Traditions From Around The World
Mar 29, 2012
      Easter is widely referred to as the holiest of Christian holidays, steeped in ancient traditions – including the Easter Vigil. During the vigil, new baptisms are performed and certain church officials ushered into their positions. This tradition has morphed over the last century in much of Northern Europe into a...
A Zen State Of Mind - A Templestay Provides A Window On Korea's Soul
Feb 1, 2012
Korean Buddhist temples have provided a spiritual sanctuary for the Korean people for 1,700 years. Now everyone can experience the tranquility of a temple through Korea’s templestay programs.