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Nylon crimp caps, regular barrel. 12-10 gauge, Natural. Sold in packs of 100.

Nylon Crimp Caps 12-10 Gauge Wire Terminals - 100 Pack

Destination of the Month

Sucre - Bolivia

Let's go to Bolivia! The city centre of Sucre for example is a UNESCO World Heritage location. it offers specific attractions in the form of historic buildings and renowned theatre as well as indigenous culture and prehistoric sites in the surrounding towns and countryside

Off the Beaten Path

Te Anau

Te Anau is a small town and the gateway to Fiordland National Park, or simply Fiordland. Most travelers use Te Anau as a jumping-off point to Milford Sound. Have you explored this beautiful part of the world?

Cuisine of the Month

Bolivian Cuisine

The cuisine of Bolivia might be called the original "meat and potatoes" -- the latter (locally called papas from the Quechua) were first cultivated by the Inca before spreading throughout the world. What is your favorite dish here?

Landmark of the Month

World's largest salt flat

Salar de Uyuni is the world's largest salt flat, located in Bolivia.

Language of the Month

Māori language

Although it is an official language of New Zealand, along with English and Sign Language, few New Zealanders (and only a minority of Māori) can conduct a conversation in the Maori language.

Coronavirus Outbreak

Coronavirus Outbreak Situation

With the increase in numbers of the coronavirus worldwide, and the fast changing information about the virus, we will share the most current information with you, so you can take this into consideration when making your travel plans.

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Lake Phewa, a beautiful freshwater lake in Nepal.

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