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Yet Another 10 #whltravel Tweeps Tweeting

  • Ethan Gelber (@thetravelword)
  • 31 August 2010

Inspired by Make Travel Fair’s 10 #whltravel Tweeps Twittering, which was in turn inspired by the 10 #Travel Tweeps Twittering post published on Matador’s Travelers Notebook, in March 2010 we published 10 More #whltravel Tweeps Tweeting, all from the WHL Group. Given the interest in this, we decided to share yet another 10 #whltravel tweeps tweeting.


Photo of the Week: The View From the Poet’s Statue, Ljubljana, Slovenia

  • Mojca Peterka (Photo and Text)
  • 8 August 2010

This photo was taken when our friend Vere from Arizona – who belongs to the Navajo nation – was visiting Slovenia. She adores pleasant walks through quiet main market and old part of Ljubljana. We were standing by the statue of our greatest Slovenian poet, Mr. Preseren, enjoying a slow morning on a quiet March day. March is still low season in Ljubljana. There are not a lot of tourists, so you can observe local life without bumping into the groups who descend on Ljubljana during summer time.


The Top 10 Developing Countries for Sustainable Adventure Tourism

  • Laurel Angrist
  • 10 June 2010

Where will you head when the wild calls? Where should we look for tour operators eager to join forces to make a positive impact on their surroundings through community development and environmental conservation projects? For inspiration, we turned to the Adventure Tourism Development Index.


An Alpine Melody in Slovenia: A Perfect Nature Tour

  • Ethan Gelber
  • 16 December 2009

Baa baa black sheep, now we have your wool! So say travellers in Slovenia who have had the pleasure of an exclusive Alpine Melody tour with Spin Travel. Billed as a day-long excursion that “takes you back to the times of our grandfathers,” Alpine Melody was also shortlisted in early December 2009 for the Sejalac…


Tourism in the Balkans Takes a Giant Leap Forward

  • whl.travel
  • 9 December 2009

Situated in the southeastern Europe, the Balkans is fast becoming one of the most popular destinations for intrepid travellers. Following the successful completion of a Balkan Hotel Market Access Program, independent travellers plan tourism in the Balkans can now research, plan and book their trips online through locally owned and operated travel websites.


Four Slovenian Villages

  • Mojca Peterka (text) Iztok Bončina (photos)
  • 25 June 2009

THIS ARTICLE IS AVAILABLE IN ENGLISH AND SLOVENIAN. Pince in the east, Budinci in the north, Kot pri Damlju in the south and Robidišče in the west are the four villages that pin Slovenia to the map at its four extremities.

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