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Explore Hermanus' thriving biodiversity on a walk from its Old Harbour, along the breathtaking Cliff Path. Hear the story of the town's first sanitorium-turned-hotel, encounter incredible millennia-old rock formations and, in the colder months, treat yourself to the best land-based whale watching in the world.More»
This walk will take you along the famous streets of Soho, one of Hong Kong's liveliest entertainment hubs. It's a colourful mix of western and Asian cultures, and there's a lot to take in. You'll find old locals gossiping in Dai Pai Dong and young expats from all over the world sipping on cocktails, while businessmen rush between meetings and tourists snap away at the whole bustling scene.
Alyssa and Mina, who are students at the nearby...More»
Ngong Ping has a little bit of every part of Chinese culture, from traditional tea making to the fundamental tenets of Buddhism, and even over-priced souvenirs. But this walk is primarily a spiritual journey through the village, to the giant Buddha statue, sitting high on the hilltop.
Your guides are Cherry and Joyce, and while you walk, they'll share their stories and experiences. The walk ends at the Buddhist Kitchen, where you can go...More»
Stroll the path of Camelot's early days, when a beautiful young journalist met a rising politician and wartime hero who later became the U.S. president. See the many homes where John F. Kennedy and Jackie Kennedy resided, Martin's Tavern where they got engaged, their church Holy Trinity, and Jackie's home after the president's death. We'll also see colonial architecture reminiscent of England, in a neighborhood just steps away from shopping...More»
Why did America's most popular actor kill the president? And how did he do it? Was John Wilkes Booth a madman exacting revenge for his beloved South or maybe more? Guide Rick Snider, who is a distant relative of Booth and co-conspirator Mary Surratt, takes you through that fateful night's journey.
Stroll from the White House to Ford's Theater and many points in between examining many of the sites where assassin John Wilkes Booth stalked...More»