Cruise Travel with Volunteer Passengers

Cruise Travel with Volunteer Passengers in 2021 The United States Government approves cruise trips with volunteer passengers The United States authorized the cruise industry on Tuesday to carry out simulated trips with volunteer passengers as a way to speed up a possible reactivation of this industry by mid-July from the country’s ports. According to health authorities, if shipping companies can guarantee that the vast majority of crew members (98%) and passengers (95%) are vaccinated, they may be able to restart …

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8 Best Road Trips Across the United States

Road Trips Across USA Road Trips across the United States: The adventure of traveling the routes of the United States is incomparable. Management integrates one into the landscape and forces one to become familiar with the place like a local. Nothing beats the road trip. The United States has made car tourism a cult. Driving on roads and stopping along the way is the best way to travel and discover the world. It has even become the tourist industry: the …

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History of Vacations

History of Vacations in USA and the world The annual break from work is a fairly recent phenomenon. Greeks  & Romans The Greeks were the first who saw the need to have rest periods to perform more work and intellectually, but it is the Romans who can be said, invented the Vacations. Although it was a privilege destined for the wealthy classes, many families in the months that their emperors were honored, left their city to go to one of …

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Binoculars 2021 for Adults

Powerful Binoculars  2021 for Adults What is the difference between a binocular and a telescope? The difference between a binocular and a telescope is that they have a wider field of view and less magnification than the telescope. Light penetrates through the lens and focuses the image seen in our eyes. The prisms allow the image to be seen correctly in our eyes, since it comes from more distant axes. The binocular was first conceived in 1608, when Hans Lippershey …

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Los Glaciares National Park: Glacier Laguna Torre Trail

Glacier Laguna Torre  Trail – Chalten – Argentina Glacier Laguna Torre Trail: In the Argentine Patagonia almost at the end of the world, in a town of 300 inhabitants called Chalten, you can visit glaciers in places that have very little human presence. The walk lasts about 6 hours from the village and you have to take everything to camp, since there is no support there. To move there you have to take a plane to Buenos Aires (about 9 …

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