New Legislation Threatens Online Gambling

On the 15th of February US Congressman from Virginia Bob Goodlatte reintroduced HR 4777, the “Internet Gambling Prohibition Act.” Goodlatte hopes to pass the bill, which will amend the earlier Title 18 of the United States Code containing the Federal Wire Act passed in 1961. The Wire Act outlawed telephone betting by making it illegal to place bets by “wire […]

Legality of Online Gambling in New Zealand

Gambling is a hugely popular past time in New Zealand. It’s estimated that over $2 billion each year is spent on the activity and over 40% of adults bet on a semi-regular basis. Interestingly gambling was not really commercialised in New Zealand until the 1990s, but since then the industry has grown to such an extent that it’s had to […]

Gambling in Asia

While many religions and moralists may object to the act of gambling, it cannot be denied that it could, through proper legalization and monitoring, benefit nations as a whole. Illegal gambling may pose problems to a society, but as many nations are slowly discovering, its legalization coupled with proper controls can, in fact, turn out to be a better solution. […]

A Snapshot of Religious Tourism and Eco-Tourism in India

India has almost everything a tourist may expect. With splendid natural grandeurs, historical sites, cultural beauties and rich flora & fauna, this beautiful country has been one of the top tourist destinations around the world. India boasts all types of tourism that proves it the perfect destination for vacationers. From religious to adventure, ecological to cultural, and yoga & meditation […]

Tourism With Average Costs

Exchanging experiences by exchanging houses or apartments with people of different countries is one of the most original ideas for the use of our homes. The advantage of such tourism is that there is no sense of being a stranger in another country, because one does not reside in a hotel but in a home with an exchange partner. You […]

Spa Tourism in Bulgaria is Springing Up Again

The town of Hisar in Bulgaria is making a new claim to fame by healing hundreds of kidney stones, bladder stones and gallstones with water from the 22 mineral springs in the region. There is a rehabilitation hospital in the town and spa and wellness hotels have mushroomed in recent years. Hisar, founded by the Romans and once surrounded by […]