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11-07-2004, 00:04

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Asia Hotel Room Booking -
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" Travel Tips: Carry-on baggage Check with the airline for any limits it has on the size, weight, or number of carry-on bags. (There is no single federal standard.) Inquire about your flight; different airplanes can have different limits. If you are using more than one airline for a trip, check on all of them. A heavy bag which fits in an overhead bin may still cause the bin to exceed its weight limit. Don't assume that the flight has unlimited closet space for garment bags; some may have to be checked. Don't pack anything in a carry-on bag that could be considered a weapon (e.g., scissors, knife). Travel Destinations: Activities on St. Croix Once the capital of the U.S. Virgin Islands, Christiansted is the perfect place to begin your visit to St. Croix. Fort Christiansvaern, built by the Danish as protection from pirates and other plunderers, stands over Christiansted Harbor. Nearby, the Steeple Building houses artifacts from St. Croix's Carib and Arawak Indian settlements and colonial sugar plantations. Other activities and attractions for visitors include the Divi Carina Bay Casino, the St. Croix Aquarium, St. George Village Botanical Gardens, scuba diving, horseback riding, biking, and duty-free shopping. Golf is extremely popular on St. Croix. The Buccaneer Resort's Bob Joyce-designed par-70 course offers magnificent panoramic vistas of Christiansted harbor to the west, St. Thomas and St. John to the north, and Buck Island National Park to the east. The award-winning Carambola Golf Club course, designed by Robert Trent Jones, is the site of the annual LPGA Golf Tournament and winner of the Golf magazine gold medal. The Reef Golf Course on Teague Bay offers a nine-hole course. Adventure seekers can explore St. Croix's beautiful west end on horseback or by bike. Guided tours are available for all experience levels. Hikers will find several indigenous and migratory species in the forest and in the Sandy Point Wildlife Refuge. St. Croix offers some of the best snorkeling in the world. Buck Island, famous for its striking natural beauty and underwater snorkeling trails, is one of only two underwater National Monuments in the United States. The north shore wall of the island, the Salt River Canyon, and Cane Bay offer world-class scuba diving. Kayakers can see snowy egrets, great barracudas, spotted eagle rays, and hundreds of other species in Salt River Bay National Park and Ecological Preserve. Tropical Travel Tips: Staying Healthy in the Tropics - Part 2 Food and waterborne diseases are the number one cause of illness in travelers. Travelers diarrhea can be caused by viruses, bacteria, or parasites, which are found universally throughout the region and can contaminate food or water. Infections may cause diarrhea and vomiting (E. coli, Salmonella, cholera, and parasites), fever (typhoid fever and toxoplasmosis), or liver damage (hepatitis). Make sure your food and drinking water are safe (see below). Malaria is a serious, but preventable infection that can be fatal. Your risk of malaria may be high in these countries, including some cities. Prevent this deadly disease by seeing your health care provider for a prescription antimalarial drug and by protecting yourself against mosquito bites (see below). Travelers to malaria-risk areas, including infants, children, and former residents of South America, should take an antimalarial drug. Chloroquine is the recommended drug for Paraguay. Travelers to Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Peru, Suriname, and Venezuela should take one of the following antimalarial drugs: (listed alphabetically): atovaquone/proguanil, doxycycline, mefloquine, or primaquine (in special circumstances). "
 
 
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" Travel Destinations: Activities on St. John Virgin Islands National Park, renowned throughout the world for its breathtaking beauty, covers approximately 3/5 of St. John, and nearly all of Hassel Island in the Charlotte Amalie harbor on St. Thomas. Within its borders lie protected bays of crystal blue-green waters teeming with coral reef life, white sandy beaches shaded by seagrape trees, coconut palms, and tropical forests providing habitat for over 800 species of plants. To these amazing natural resources, add relics from the Pre-Colombian Amerindian Civilization, remains of the Danish Colonial Sugar Plantations, and reminders of African Slavery and the Subsistence Culture that followed during the 100 years after Emancipation - all part of the rich cultural history of the Park and its island home. Visitors looking for an uncommon Caribbean experience can explore the 22 hiking trails managed by the National Park Service within Virgin Islands National Park. The woodland trails winding through subtropical vegetation can be challenging, especially if your trail takes you to the summit of Bordeaux Mountain, St. John's highest peak. The famous three-mile Reef Bay Trail takes hikers through dense forests, plantation ruins, and rock outcroppings marked by well-preserved petroglyphs. After touring the island on foot, visitors may also tour the island's scenic roads in a rented automobile or bicycle. Two-hour safari bus tours and taxi tours are available as well, narrated by guides well-versed in West Indian folklore and in the history and natural wonders of St. John. Snorkeling on St. John is an ideal way to discover the beauty of the island's coast. Trunk Bay's snorkeling trail provides underwater plaques describing the marine life found in the area. Cinnamon Bay is another popular snorkeling destination. Snuba, a unique activity available on St. John, combines the techniques of snorkeling and scuba diving without the heavy dive gear and extensive training courses. Personalized instruction, equipment, and guided underwater tours are all provided. Snuba divers can reach depths of up to 20 feet to discover the wonders of the aquatic world. No prior experience is required. Fishing, sailing, scuba diving, and windsurfing are also popular; rental equipment and guides are available for all skill levels. For more pedestrian pursuits, you'll find that our dozens of famous, secluded beaches are exactly what you need. Travel Tips: Getting the Best Air Fares - Part 2 Plan as far ahead as you can. Most airlines set aside only a few seats on many desirable flights at the lower rates. The real best bargains often sell out very quickly. On the other hand, if a particular flight is not selling as well as expected, air carriers sometimes make more discount seats available for a particular flight just before the advance-purchase deadline expires. For example, if the lowest fare has a 21-day advance-purchase requirement but is sold out for most dates, and you can go any time, ask about fare availability on flights 21 or 22 days from when you call. While planning ahead is a good general rule, if you can bide your time you might encounter a "fare sale." Many airlines put seats on sale for brief periods several times a year (although you usually can purchase tickets for flights weeks or months after the end of the sale period). It is difficult to predict when these sales will occur, although they often fall during times when people are less likely to buy airline tickets (e.g. early autumn or right immediately after New Years). In a large metropolitan area, the fare could depend on which airport you use. For example, if you are going to Southeast Florida and plan to rent a car, it might not make much difference if you fly to Miami or Ft. Lauderdale, except for ticket price. Also, a connection (change of planes) or a one-stop flight is sometimes cheaper than a nonstop. Always check on alternate airports and routings when pricing a ticket. Tropical Travel Tips: Staying Healthy in the Tropics - Part 3 For additional information on malaria risk and prevention see Malaria Information for Travelers to Tropical South America. See also Preventing Malaria in the Pregnant Woman (Information for the Public) and Preventing Malaria in Infants and Children (Information for the Public). A certificate of yellow fever vaccination may be required for entry into certain of these countries. For detailed information, see Comprehensive Yellow Fever Vaccination Requirements. Also, find the nearest authorized U.S. yellow fever vaccine center. If you visit the Andes Mountains, ascend gradually to allow time for your body to adjust to the high altitude, which can cause insomnia, headaches, nausea, and altitude sickness. In addition, use sun block rated at least 15 SPF, because the risk of sunburn is greater at high altitudes. Dengue, filariasis, leishmaniasis, onchocerciasis, and American trypanosomiasis (Chagas disease) are other diseases carried by insects that also occur in this region. Protecting yourself against insect bites (see below) will help to prevent these diseases. Because motor vehicle crashes are a leading cause of injury among travelers, walk and drive defensively. Avoid nighttime travel if possible and always use seat belts. CDC recommends the following vaccines (as appropriate for age): See your doctor at least 4 6 weeks before your trip to allow time for immunizations to take effect. "
 
 

 
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"Robbie Krishnan started AMC out of a passion for vintage cars. Here are some of his own: A '58 Mercedes 190SL (bottom, right). (Above, from left) a '61 VW Karmann Ghia, '58 MGA Roadster, '58 VW Karmann Cabriolet and '66 Volvo P1800 parked in the compound of the AMC Clubhouse. All Makes Classic (AMC) is said to be the first such club in Asia that actually boasts its very own clubhouse. And this is no ordinary grease-monkey hangout. The AMC Clubhouse is as cool as the cars - an old and stately bungalow (built in 1939), within a sprawling compound in the fancy neighbourhood of Ampang Hilir, Kuala Lumpur."
 
 
Italy ends EU deadlock by sending FM to Brussels -
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"Foreign Minister Franco Frattini replaced Thursday the controversial Rocco Buttiglione as Italy's proposed European commissioner, in a breakthrough aimed at resolving an institutional crisis at the EU. The European Union executive's incoming chief, Jose Manuel Barroso, said Frattini would fill the justice brief and one of five vice presidential posts intended for Buttiglione. "He's an experienced politician, knows European Union institutions inside-out. He did a successful job during the Italian (EU) presidency," Barroso told a news conference."
 
 
Get that adrenaline high -
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"Are you looking for travel with adventure and cherish the dream of enjoying nature's varied splendour at close quarters? Then head for Parikrama, which will take you to beautiful mountain tops, forests as well as rivers. What is thrilling about the adventure journeys being offered by Parikrama is that they take you to all adventurous spots throughout the country. From the gigantic Himalayas to the backwaters of Kerala, the blue waters of Lakshadweep to the dense Western Ghats and tropical rain forests of northeast."
 
 

 
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