Wikivoyage is a project to create a free, complete, up-to-date, and reliable world-wide travel guide erotic story, the site says. Whenever travellers meet each other on the road, they swap info about the places they came from and ask questions about places theyre going. We want to make it easy to share that knowledge and let others share it.
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The goal of Wikivoyage is to provide users with information on travel destinations and recommendations on restaurants, hotels, nightlife, and more. The sites content is filled out with the open source wiki tool that lets users create,new york asian escorts update, and edit any article on the site.
A bare-bones version of the site has already been up and running since September, but the official launch of the filled-out site is tentatively scheduled for January 15, according to Skift.
Wikerotic story Wikimedia Foundation launches travel site Wikivoyageivoyage, a worldwide travel guide that anyone can edit, is expected to launch this month.
Want to know more about the German spa city called Baden Baden, or Bathing Bathing? Or how to get to Khajuraho — an Indian town known for its ancient erotic rock carvings? All this and more will be in the Wikimedia Foundations new travel site, called Wikivoyage.
Adhering to Wikipedias no-advertising business model, the nonprofit rolls out a new user-generated travel help and information site.
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