Mini Culture Presents

Arts and Culture Trip Ideas: Explore Gypsy Life in Granada, Spain

Traditionally Granada, Spain’s Gypsy Quarter, the Sacromonte, rises above the Albaicín. It’s a tight-knit community with its own traditions and art forms. Today, visitors can stay in these very caves in what must be the most unusual accommodations in Granada — and perhaps all of Andalusia.

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Suite Deals Advices for Travelers: Luxurious Vacation Can be Within Reach

Some travelers prefer to buy a suite that has a pull-out sofa bed in the parlor, rather than getting 2 rooms. Most European hotels charge per room. As a result, a giant suite with multiple bedrooms and butler service can actually be within the means of a group of travelers who split the bill.

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Beach Vacations: World’s Best Beaches with Unique Sex Appeal

We circled the globe to find the world’s best stretches of sand. These sun-drenched locales offer dramatic landscape, romantic appeal, world-class sports action and, for some, a great place to party. They all have one thing in common — their unique sex appeal. So grab a towel and your sense of adventure as we list the 21 sexiest beaches.

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Hot Scenic Spots in Puerto Rico, Caribbean

The island is blessed with towering mountains, rainforests, white sandy beaches along Caribbean shores, and a vibrant culture forged from a mix of Caribbean, Hispanic, African, and U.S. influences. But what to see if you travel to Puerto Rico? Here we suggest some best attractions for you.

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Affordable Japan Travel Guide: New ‘Price Cruncher’ for Two-week Trip

Japan, this intriguing country is renowned for being expensive. Fans of Japan often say its reputation for emptying a tourist’s wallet faster than you can say “konnichiwa” is exaggerated. What’s certainly true is that if you spend a lot in this land of high design, delicate aesthetics and unfailingly polite service, you’re spoilt silly. Here we try out a new ‘Price Cruncher’ tour that could put it within your reach.

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Top 3 Smart Tour Companies: Pack Your Bag and Start a Cerebral Vacation

To accommodate those in search of greater and more meaningful travel experiences, there are tour companies that specialize in educational and culturally enriching learning adventures.

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Whistler and Vancouver Travel Guide: Beauty of 2010 Winter Olympic Village

As the Olympic and Paralympic Village, it couldn’t happen in a more spectacular setting in Whistler and Vancouver. Dense waterfront forests, glimmering blue waters and kilometres of crisp snow crunch. This is the National Geographic beauty of Canada’s British Columbia.

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Eco-tourism Advices: Visit Costa Rica’s Eco-paradise in Low-season

The Green Season in Costa Rica lasts from May to November, but not all months are created equal. The earlier ones are drier, the latter are rainier. The “Green Season” sounded like one of those marketing ploys to convince me to visit a place when I’d really rather not.

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Exploring Bangkok Klongs and Canals through Chao Phraya River

Bangkok’s history has evolved along the banks of the Chao Phraya River and its adjoining canals. It may no longer be the “Venice of the East” described by early visitors, but the waterways still breathe life into the city.

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Bangkok Most Famous Shrines: Erawan Shrine

Spirit houses are common throughout Thailand, and can be found outside almost every house and building. Most spirit houses do not develop into full-fledged shrines, Spirit houses in Thailand usually include doll-sized human figures, or perhaps a small figurine of Buddha.

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