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In the village of Masouleh, nestled deep in northern Iran’s Alborz Mountains, every view is a rooftop view. Masouleh was built partway up a steep mountainside to keep the village safe from floods in the valley below and protect it from frigid winds that whip the summit above. But to conform to the steep incline caused by a 100m elevation change, residents had to find creative ways of optimizing space. Indeed, the architecture of this roughly 1,000-year-old village is such that the front garden of each house – as well as restaurants, outdoor cafes and even parts of a bazaar – sits on the rooftop of the house below it.

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Welcome to Australia's new capital of cool. The capital of the vast state of Western Australia may be a long way from most destinations, but Perth's remote location makes its appeal even stronger. Here are nine ways to enjoy Perth, which has earned itself a place with the more well-known state capitals of Melbourne and Sydney as must-visit cities when in Australia.

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This week, the State Department released a report of U.S. tourist deaths in 2016. Of the 843 American fatalities that occurred across the globe last year, Mexico leads the list with 264—and 75 of them were caused by homicide. But Mexican Secretary of Tourism Enrique de la Madrid Cordero told Newsweek he is not aware of American or other foreign demises due to insecurity.

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9 of the best travel cameras in 2017 - That mobile phone in your pocket takes pretty decent photos, so no need to get a separate camera for your travels, right?
Actually, wrong. The latest point-and-shoot cameras are still smarter than smartphones and have loads of fun options and easy-to-use settings good for amateurs and pros traveling light.
And most can now wireless pair with your phone to get those snaps out quick on social media.
Read the full report here >>> https://goo.gl/W5ADbE
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Tourism can be an economic gold mine when approached properly, and most countries around the world have embraced visitors with open arms. However, there are several places across the globe who decided that they were better without the masses of newcomers: here are 10 countries that have closed their doors to Americans and many other nations around the world.
Read the whole report here >>> https://goo.gl/QfvG97
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The southernmost part of the peninsula contains the cosmopolitan city of La Paz, small seaside towns and villages, and the popular resorts of San José del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas, aka “Los Cabos” After the quiet isolation of the state’s north, Los Cabos will either be a jarring shock or a welcome relief.
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Explore a selection of the best destinations for 2017. it is still tome to go!! Based on the highly anticipated collection of the world’s hottest destinations and travel trends for the year ahead by Lonely Planet.

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It was in Tordesillas 1494 that Spain (then the Kingdom of Castile) and Portugal divided lands they had yet to find – and thus set the stage for Brazil to become the only Portuguese-speaking country in the Americas.
For the vast majority of the Brazilian people [today], the Treaty of Tordesillas means a declaration that the Portuguese crown could take possession of the "unknown" West lands.
#Travel #Brazil +Baja-Explorer.com
http://www.bbc.com/travel/story/20170615-the-town-that-split-the-world-in-two

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Many people crossing the U.S. border are concerned about the amount of power that the government has asserted to search and examine travelers’ possessions. The U.S. government reported a five-fold increase in the number of electronic media searches at the border in a single year, from 4,764 in 2015 to 23,877 in 2016.1
Every one of those searches was a potential privacy violation. Our lives are minutely documented on the phones and laptops we carry, and in the cloud. Our devices carry records of private conversations, family photos, medical documents, banking information, information about what websites we visit, and much more.
This guide helps travelers understand their individual risks when crossing the U.S. border, provides an overview of the law around border search, and offers a brief technical overview to securing digital data.
Find more information here >>>> http://a1le.bz/USABorder-Search
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Flight attendants will not drink hot water on the plane. They will not drink plain coffee, and they will not drink plain tea. There is a reason for that!
Water on board of commercial airplanes is regulated under the Environmental Protection Agency - with EPA basically neutered by White House - even more reasons to read the report!!
Water for tea and coffee comes from the tap, not from a bottle, while in flight. And that water could be downright disgusting.
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