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– Speedboat it’s a fantastic sports game at beach. But maybe you want to trying playing this sport at maldives, at this will be tell you where the resorts at maldives can playing the speedboat.

Jumeirah Vittaveli

You can book online with telephone or fax at here : Telephone: +971 (0) 4 364 7500 Fax: +971 (0) 4 364 7501

Gili Lankanfushi

Tel: +960 664 0304+960 664 0304 Fax: +960 664 0305

Sun Island Maldives

You can book online with telephone or fax at here : Tel: (960) 668 0088 Fax: (960) 668 0099

Chaaya Reef Ellaid

You can book online with telephone or fax at here : Phone: +960 666 0669 Fax: +960 666 0514

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My frugal travel

by bigbigworld

I travel exclusively to "3rd world" countries.
I just spent 3 weeks in Chile (amazing place) and stayed in really nice hotels, not budget places. The most expensive was $40/night, the least expensive was $8/night.
I saved on a night in a hotel by taking an overnight bus on a 9 hour route. I upgraded to first class and had a seat that reclined fully, blankets, pillows and 2 meals for $50.
Hey, vacations are important... we all need down time.
It blows my mind when co-workers fly off to all inclusive resorts or to Hawaii or whatever and spend a fortune when with a little bit of research you can have a fabulous trip for a fraction of the cost.

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Traveling in Europe (Austria-->Greece, the Alps)?

I am going to be studying abroad in Salzburg, Austria for the month of June. I will be allowed a few "free days." The longest time I have free is 5 days, and I have the afternoon after classes end (about 5?) to start my trip.
I would love to go to Greece, but I don't know if I will have enough time to get there and enjoy my time there. How long would it take to get there? and will I have time to relax and hit the beaches?
I would also like to climb the Alps, but is it safe to be an unfamiliar climber on the Alps? I have climbing experience, but I'm not sure how much the…

You could take one of those discount flights and be there by dark. then you spend your time.

If you are in Salzburg, and you want to hike the alps, you probably don't have to hike far from your door. Salzburg is pretty much IN the alps. Really beautiful country. And not that far from Switzerland, if you want to cross the border for a weekend, that should be easy to do.

What you really need to do is set yourself up a longer program of study, like a semester or even a year, so you can REALLY get a feel for your town and the semester,…

Specific places in France?

I want to go to some hidden treasures in France that are not too touristy. Some nice museums, gardens, interesting historical places, etc. If France has the biggest of something, I want to see it (like the biggest, i don't know, tree or icecream bowl)

Be creative please!

Uzes is a town in the languedoc-roussilon (probably spelled that wrong)
it's not too touristy and a beautiful historic town, i lived there for the summer!

if you're going to be in southern france, try montpelier for the beaches and lyon (not really southern) for the food!

I am going to study in France, should I learn French?

I am going to study in France for school, for a little under a month from the end of May to mid-June. I will be spending 2 and a half weeks in a small town a little south of Toulouse. So southern France of course. I will then spend a week in Paris. I am sure many people will speak English in Paris, but should I bother learning French for the time I am in southern France? I have traveled to other major cities in Europe where everyone spoke English, so I am not sure it is worth my time or not.

If you think you might be traveling a lot to French speaking countries or if in your future job a language is necessary I would learn it. Learning a language will take months and months of study. French is a beautiful language and you would be surpised how people speak it.

However you should get a travel guide and learn some basic sentences and phrases. In Paris many speak English, but you should not count on it. Toulouse is not Paris and there will not…

What are some cities that I can visit which are close to southern germany?

I don't mind driving a few hours....I'm just trying to think of a place to go over the weekend.
Kaiserslautern/Frankfurt area is where I am

You will need to be a bit more specific.
Close to southern Germany are Switzerland, Austria, parts of France, the Czech Republic.

I suggest to have a look at a map add some of your personal interests or check out a travel guide such as Lonely Planet to give an example.

A few suggestions Strasbourg ( France) Luxembourg ( Luxembourg) are quite close same goes for Wiesbaden and Trier in Germany.

In Germany Cologne not too far either a bit further Brussels ( Belgium)

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