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Santorini Honeymoon: Forget a hotel and stay in a Cave House

Santorini Honeymoon: Forget a hotel and stay in a Cave House

A honeymoon provides your first memorable moments as a couple, and this period deserves the best location. And we have an obvious choice for you. One of the most romantic places in the world with picturesque views of the caldera – Santorini, a magical place. A magnificent Cyclades island of the azure Aegean Sea with blue-domed houses is a great place for couples looking for a luxurious romance with a touch of adventure.

One more important element of your honeymoon is the place, where you will stay. And it

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Luxury vacation in Paros Island

A ferry center of the Cyclades, Paros is among the biggest islands of the complex. Being located not far from major tourist hubs, this land offers the ideal opportunity for island hopping. Therefore, Paros is also a great spot to start exploring the whole island chain. Known for its breathtaking views and magnificent nature, this island looks like a Cycladic mailing-card.

Paros – A Variety Of Experience

Fusing contemporary with classical elements in its specific way, Paros brings together classic Cycladic architecture, lively nightclubs, pristine beaches, charming rural spots, and historical sights. Whether you’re invigorated by nature or more of

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Canada extends travel ban to August 31, launches COVID-19 contact tracing app

By Kelsey Johnson and Julie Gordon

OTTAWA (Reuters) – Canada on Friday extended a measure barring most foreign travelers from entering the country and launched a new contact tracing app as part of its fight to control the “gate-crashing” coronavirus pandemic.

The extension to Aug. 31 applies to foreign travelers entering Canada from outside the United States. It came despite calls from Air Canada and some European aviation companies for Ottawa to restore safe travel.

Canada has a separate agreement for border crossings with the United States. The two countries earlier this month agreed to extend restrictions on non-essential travel

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Top-ranked Barty pulls out of US Open, citing travel risks

BRISBANE, Australia (AP) — No. 1-ranked Ash Barty is skipping the first tennis major since January after deciding it’s too risky to travel for the U.S. Open during the coronavirus pandemic.

The 24-year-old Australian is the highest-profile player so far to opt out of the Aug. 31-Sept. 13 Grand Slam tournament in New York because of the global health crisis.

”My team and I have decided that we won’t be travelling to the … Western & Southern Open and the U.S. Open this year,” Barty said in a statement emailed to The Associated Press on Thursday. ”I love both events

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SE Asia’s biggest travel app Traveloka raises $250 million as lockdowns ease

By Fanny Potkin

SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Traveloka, Southeast Asia’s largest online travel app, announced on Tuesday it had raised $250 million to help bolster its operations amid the coronavirus crisis, and as domestic travel starts to pick up in the region of 650 million people.

The eight-year-old startup said its funding round was led by a “global financial institution” and included existing investors, such as early backer East Ventures.

Traveloka, which claims more than 60 million downloads, has been battered by the virus outbreak, as Southeast Asian countries shut borders and imposed strict lockdowns, throttling a previously booming tourism industry.

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