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text 2019-04-16 12:46
Live Life to the Fullest – Visit the Best Adventure Destinations in the World

Many of us are living a repetitive and monotonous life. We get up at the regular time in the morning, go to the office, return home and sleep after dinner and chat with friends or family on a smartphone.


It’s the same story every week and the weekend is usually spent cleaning the mess and shopping. However, this is not the right way for anyone to live a life. In that case, a little adventure can bring freshness, energy, and long-term happiness back into your life. If you are also planning to visit some action-packed adventure destinations on holidays, then you must see our list of the best adventure holidays in the world.


The Great Wall of China


The Great Wall Of China is one of the best adventure travel destinations for those who wish to visit a place where they can enjoy breathtaking views and test their endurance. It is one of seven wonders in the world and the largest man-made structure ever constructed. The good thing is that a trip to the Great Wall of China is less expensive and can fit easily in your budget. There are plenty of travel packages available for the trip to the Great Wall.


Queenstown, New Zealand


Queenstown is a favorite holiday destination for many travelers because of its scenic wonders, incredible vibes, and life-changing experiences. You can explore the heavenly beautiful landscapes of the national parks, take a helicopter ride over Mitre Peak and Milford Sound, and jump out of the helicopter with skis strapped to fill your trip with the adventure. This place can be visited any time of the year and you can enjoy whitewater rafting, jet boating, bungy jumping, and skydiving. There is also the option of a hot air balloon ride if you want to experience an adventure at a slower pace.


Machu Picchu, Peru


Machu Picchu is located at 2,430 meters above sea level and surrounded by the palatial mountain peaks. The Incan ruins of Machu Picchu should be on every historian’s and traveler’s list.


Words fall short when you try to mention the best adventure destinations in the world. However, you can also browse the list of the best travel destinations at Award-Winning Destinations. This blog includes interesting and helpful information about travel destinations, outstanding hotels & resorts, and travel programs.


For more information, visit Awardwinningdestinations.com


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text 2019-03-25 13:55
Customised holiday packages for your South Africa travel

South Africa Travel


If you are keen on traveling to South Africa with your family, contact Air Organisers today. The expert travel organizers will offer customized packages as per your needs. You do not need to choose holiday packages in South Africa that are available with them, rather, you can have a package customized as per your travel preferences, dates, and budget. They have catered to numerous clients in the past and strive for higher customer satisfaction with every client. Air Organisers ensure that every client traveling to South Africa has a memorable and luxurious holiday. They have affordable packages which include visa, flights, and accommodation. The travel package is customised keeping your personal choices in mind. Whether you are planning to go on an adventure holiday or to relax at one of the luxurious resorts in South Africa, Air Organisers will look into all the details and give you the best package that fits your needs.


Air Organisers offer SA accommodation specials which include accommodation at some of the top and the most luxurious hotels in South Africa. They aim to make your holiday comfortable and luxurious in every manner. If you are a wildlife enthusiast, you can choose to stay at one of the luxurious resorts within the periphery of the wildlife lodge. This will be a unique experience for you and it will also be an opportunity for you to take a closer look at the big 5 presents in South Africa.


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review 2019-02-03 05:21
How the Grinch Stole Christmas Review
How the Grinch Stole Christmas! - Dr. Seuss

How the Grinch Stole Christmas is a holiday classic. I think using this book in the classroom around Christmas time would be exciting for children. I would use this book as a fun book to read for the holidays and maybe even do a fun Christmas activity with it. (Book Reading level: Lexile 590 L)

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review 2019-02-01 23:51
There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bell
There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bell! - Lucille Colandro,Jared Lee

Reading Level and Leveling System:

Guided Reading- L

Lexile Measure- AD240L


That old lady is at it again for Christmas time. She swallows a bell,bows, gifts, a sack, a red sleigh, and some reindeer. But she needed a sweet treat and a candy cane would do until she heard Ho Ho Ho and whistled loudly and soon by her side was Santa Clause! This is a great book to read around Christmas time. Along with the other There was an old lady who swallowed books students can look for rhyming words throughout the story. A comprehension activity for this book could be a sequencing activity. The students could write or use picture to place the events in sequential order. Another activity for writing practice would be to allow the students to come up with their own Christmas item to swallow and include a picture to present to the class. Craft & Writing Activity for Book, There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Bell!

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review 2019-02-01 23:32
There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bat
[(There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bat! )] [Author: Lucille Colandro] [Aug-2005] - Lucille Colandro

Reading Level and Leveling System:

Guided Reading- K

Lexile Measure- 340L


What will this little old lady swallow next for Halloween? She starts swallowing a bat, owl, cat, ghost, goblin, bones, and a wizard to cast a spell so she could yell Trick or Treat. This is a great and funny book to read during the month of October. While reading this story you could have the students be on look out for rhyming words. A comprehension activity for this book could be a sequencing activity. Students can either write their answers or be allowed to use pictures to place the events in sequential order.  Students could use write their own version of the story based on what they would swallow during Halloween to practice their writing skills. This book could be used as an introduction for a science study about bats.   

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