2012 SXSW Recap: Real Rap Vacation
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Tired as fuck, I walked out of the “Killer Mike R.A.P. Music Showcase“ Wednesday. After getting outside, I wondered why DJ Detox was bullshitting and not outside.  I walked back inside and he was making small talk with the GZA.

When I found the GZA and Detox, a small crowd had also found the GZA. I imagine he was probably looking for his publicist and got quickly tired of all us wanting pictures.

Either that or he was afraid I was going to ask him to teach me 120.

FIRST THINGS FIRST,  I found out I was going to SXSW about a week before the Austin Music Industry Trade Show. My main job was out of town on a cruise, and a friend had rented a car and rented an apartment in Austin. So I went to where the internet meets every year. I had no wristba…………… continues on Donewaiting

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SAA Vacations Announces New Virtual Itinerary Feature That Allows Travelers to …
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Web Itineraries Take Travelers through the Entire Experience, Enabling Them to Pick the Best Fit for Their Vacation of a Lifetime

Ft. Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB) March 22, 2012

South African Airways Vacations® (SAAV) has introduced a first-of-its-kind service among sellers of travel to Africa – new virtual itineraries on its website that will take all of the questions out of the process, allowing travelers to picture the vacation they are about to experience. Travelers or travel agents can visit http://www.flysaavacations.com, choose an itinerary, and click on the “virtual itinerary” button. What opens up is a full, day-by-day overview that starts with award-winning service on South African Airways and continues through a host of activities and luxurious accommodations throughout Southern and Eastern Africa. The virtual itinerary will include photos and “i-brochures” of the properties being visited, and even maps that show the journey from the U.S. to the African continent, and each portion of the itinerary along the way, eliminating the need for travelers to open new web pages to research the…………… continues on Seattle Post Intelligencer

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