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NileGuide Exclusive: How the World Hails Halloween

NileGuide Exclusive: How the World Hails Halloween October 27, 2010 | Around the World, Local Insight | Read More
Ghost towns, pirates, and abandoned places spooky enough to even give Casper a scare: yeah, here at NileGuide we’re pretty much all about Halloween. It should be no surprise, then, that our Local Experts — eyes and ears on the ground in cities across the travelsphere (otherwise known as...

Friday Link Love: Atop the Golden Gate Bridge, Dia de los Muertos, Giant Treehouses and more

Friday Link Love: Atop the Golden Gate Bridge, Dia de los Muertos, Giant Treehouses and more October 30, 2009 | Around the Web | Read More
Lots of great content on the interwebs this week! Have a look at the following: Looking for a less wasteful way to celebrate Halloween? Go green on Halloween with Go Green Travel Green’s Top 7 Green Halloween Tips. Didn’t get your fill of horror films from our post on classic horror flicks?...

6 Classic Horror Flicks and Where They Were Filmed

6 Classic Horror Flicks and Where They Were Filmed October 28, 2009 | Around the World, Culture/History | Read More
Horror flicks have been around since the beginning of the film industry, and every year there are new attempts to push the scary factor up a notch using new computer effects, gruesome gore and intricate plot lines. Though some succeed, most fail to stand up to the classics. Take a look back at these...

How to Say Boo Around the World: Halloween Slang

How to Say Boo Around the World: Halloween Slang October 28, 2009 | Talk Like a Local | Read More
Halloween is celebrated, in one form or another, all over the world. In Belgium people light a candle in memory of dead relatives. In Germany, they hide their knives (in case returning spirits find them). In Hong Kong, pictures of fruit or money are burned in hopes that they will reach the spirit world...

Vampires and Voodoo: Halloween in New Orleans

Vampires and Voodoo: Halloween in New Orleans October 27, 2009 | New Orleans | Read More
There’s nothing the people of New Orleans like better than putting on costumes and hitting the streets.  That’s why Halloween is one of best times for a visit to the Crescent City.  The October weather is sunny and beautiful, and with temperatures in 70s by day and 60s by night, you won’t...

Friday Link Love: Fall Photography, Halloween Inspiration, the Best of Google Earth and more

Friday Link Love: Fall Photography, Halloween Inspiration, the Best of Google Earth and more October 16, 2009 | Travel Tips | Read More
TGIF. Another week down and another week full of interesting travel links: Still debating what to do for Halloween this year? Check out BootsnAll’s 31 Places to go for Halloween, from St. Michan’s Church in Dublin to Rose Great Hall House in Jamaica. For more spooky inspiration check out...
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