Founded by the earliest British settlers in what they named as New England is historically best known for the Boston Tea Party when tea shipped by the British East India Company was to be sold without taxes in the U.S. This led to protests by the local settlers who would have lost their own tea business due to being rendered uncompetitive. They decided to raid the ship carrying the tea and dump it into the sea. The protest led to the revolution that eventually set the U.S. free from British colonisation.

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Not just another middle eastern country to visit. While the country was established based on the UN resolution of 1947 to divide the state of Palestine for the formation of Israel, the country has grown to be one of the most powerful in the world, militarily, economically and technologically.

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Good health is always a priority. Some of the simple tips listed below can help you to live a healthier life. Try them out and see the significant difference they make.

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Following on from his previous articles in this series, Leigh Woods, Project Manager at Youth Time and David Attenborough wannabe provides information on another set of fantastic beasts and where to find them.

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Now under UNESCO World Heritage Site protection, the large designs in the Nazca Desert go as far back as 500 BC and were preserved mainly by stable desert climate conditions.  Archaeologists do not all agree as to their purpose, and there are also differences of opinion as to their antiquity.  Some experts believe they could have derived from the pre-Columbian Peruvians‘ knowledge of astronomy while others think they are religious designs – related to ancient rituals to source water.

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21/5/2018 - 9:26 am

Argentina In Photographs

Argentina, though the economy has been doing poorly over the last few years there is no denying the fact that it’s one of the most beautiful countries in the world, the land of music and dance including where Tango originated and a country where the people know life is about having fun.

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Now that we are all experts in the sphere of interpersonal relations and the general problem of misunderstanding, it’s time to talk about another type of conflict, which is the intrapersonal variety.

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Do you like traveling and discovering new places? For extraordinary travel experiences, here is a list of places that are so peculiar that you won´t believe they actually exist on this planet.

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In last week’s article in the Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them series, we stepped away from the dry lands of our planet and plunged into the rivers, seas and oceans that cover over 70% of the Earth’s surface.

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In the past few weeks, Leigh Woods, Project Manager at Youth Time has introduced you to some of the most iconic species of mammals that walk the planet. So far, we’ve already taken a closer look at the bears, big cats, and great apes of this world, but now we step away from the dry lands comprising 30% of the Earth's surface and take a plunge into the deep blue.

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