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What's the science behind the Alofaaga Blowhole?

All science experiments should involve savagely spouting water and coconuts. Yes, that’s right, coconuts. The Alofaaga Blowhole has been described as the most spectacular on Earth. And it’s hard to argue with that description. Visitors cheer with delight as strong waves surge through lava tubes to cause repeated geyser-like eruptions into the air.

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72 hours in Da Nang

Da Nang is Vietnam’s fourth-largest city. During the Vietnam War, it was a base for American soldiers and still today remnants of that time can be seen in the diverse culture, culinary styles and cuisines that emanate from this region. Da Nang is just 29 kilometres south of Hoi An, and it is a 90-minute flight from Ho Chi Minh City.

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Where to wine and dine with celebrities in Las Vegas

Las Vegas is where the A-LIST celebrities go to relax, gamble, and party. Celebrity spotting in Vegas is easy, just keep your eyes peeled, and look for the people who are trying to avoid attention, or who are in disguise. The Kardashians, who pop up everywhere in Vegas, often dress in frizzy wigs with fake pregnancy bumps to avoid the paparazzi.

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