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Bram Vreeker

Bram Vreeker is the internationally bestselling author of eleven novels. A pioneer in internet marketing, Vreeker started the first marketing firm for authors and is one of the founding board members of Silly Kitty. Vreeker also teaches an online marketing class to help authors get buzz for their books.

New Zealand’s secret paradise: the best of Taranaki

Tucked away on the central west coast of New Zealand’s North Island, the Taranaki region is both overlooked and under-appreciated. But for more intrepid travellers, the area dubbed ‘the ‘Naki’ is definitely worth a detour. It’s a region of rolling

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Things to Do in Rio de Janeiro – Sunday Spotlight

Welcome to this weeks edition of the Sunday Spotlight – Things to do in Rio de Janeiro. The Sunday Spotlight series is a collaboration of insider travel tips shared by other bloggers and traveler’s around the web on a destination

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10 reasons to visit Colombia

Ask a backpacker what their favorite South American country is, and many will say Colombia.To heck with South America, it’s one of my favorite continents in the world. Once skipped by most travelers due to its reputation as dangerous and

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Best places to see Australia’s wildlife in Queensland

As if Australia’s Queensland coast didn’t have enough going for it – the Great Barrier Reef, farmlands and forests, white beaches and blue seas – it’s also a the perfect destination to see a range of quirky creatures from Down Under.

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Tom Brady has a memorable game in Patriots’ comeback win over Jets

On paper, the New England Patriots shouldn’t have had much trouble with the New York Jets on Sunday. The Jets had just three wins entering the day, and the Patriots were tied with the Oakland Raiders for the best record

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Australia sports chief calls for UK-style lottery funding

Governing bodies seek investment boost amid soul-searching over Olympic decline They enjoy one of the world’s great rivalries but after a disappointing Olympic Games this summer Australia’s sporting elite is looking to its “old enemy” for inspiration by calling for

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Morocco’s ultimate outdoor activities

Hoist yourself up gorges that seem to melt like candlewax in the midday heat. Chase Barbary sheep downhill on a mountain bike. Hurtle along rapids as they squeeze through slot canyons. Morocco, it seems, was made for outdoor adventurers. And for

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Premier League: 10 talking points from the weekend’s action

1) Arsenal cannot do without Sánchez On the corresponding weekend of last season, Alexis Sánchez suffered the hamstring injury at Norwich City that would rule him out for two months. It was the afternoon when the Arsenal forward had also

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Muizenberg: Cape Town’s regenerated seaside suburb

It wasn’t long ago that Muizenberg’s beachfront was virtually derelict, with more boarded-up buildings than visitors – it’s early 20th-century heydays as one of South Africa’s most fashionable seaside resorts long behind it. However, residents refused to let it rot

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Pankaj Advani Advances To Quarters Of World Snooker

Fifteen-time world champion Pankaj Advani advanced to the quarterfinals of the IBSF World Snooker Championshion. Defending his 2015 title, Advani stayed on course with identical victories in the last-32 and pre-quarterfinal matches. The ace cueist overcame Pakistan’s Babar Masih and

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