Archive December 2016

7 Photography Tours In India For Lens Lovers

Travel and photography go along well. Photography completes a traveler, as pictures encase the moments that are cherished for a very long time. There are a number of photography tours in India that are indeed a learning experience for the enthusiasts. Such tours are mostly led by experienced photographers holding their distinct expertise. Travelers visit places, meet people, behold ancient architecture, and experience the blend of culture and food delicacies, most of which leave an everlasting imprint on their mind and soul. Photography tours help photographers channelise their art and give...

Khao Lak Is The Most Romantic City In Thailand

Many of the people have “winter” personality and look forward to the first snow. But, on the other hand there are ones who would gladly replaced winter idyll with an exotic paradise. If you decide to visit tropical place and you like warm enjoyments, go to Khao Lak. Khao Lak is the most romantic city in Thailand, a country where you can find two sides of everything. This city is a place of colors, where even the wind blows in particular blue-brown shades. It is characterized by white, sandy beaches, cascading waterfalls, oldest rainforests and idyllic lagoons. Simply Khao...

5 Exclusive Experiences to be had at Ferrari World in Abu Dhabi

Ferrari World in Abu Dhabi is one of the most popular tourist places in the Middle East.Opened in 2010, it is the only Ferrari based theme park in the world. Located on Yas Island, Ferrari World is a place that has many avenues and experiences for children and adults alike. It is loved by locals and tourists alike. Ferrari World’s popularity is such that tour organizers have dedicated day long tours for this amazing place. So, if you are traveling to U.A.E., make sure you book Ferrari World Abu Dhabi tickets well in advance. Once here, there are 5 awesome rides and attractions that you...

Tottori Sand Dune In Japan

Massive volcanic craters, hectares of raw jungle and deserted sand dunes… The work of Mother Earth is beyond our imagination. Thanks to these natural wonders, our planet is blessed with beautiful landscapes. Without the protection of the environment, it could have gone faster than we expect. To give our respect to these phenomenal sights, we represent you the extraordinary Tottori Sand Dunes in Japan. Huge sand sediment for which some would say that is a desert looks fantastic. The dunes are located near the city of Saitama on the island of Honshu, Japan. They are widespread on 30...

Top Tips on what type of Tasty Local Cuisine to try in the Amazing Indian State of Goa

Travellers heading to Goa will know about its famous beaches and its lovely weather but the tasty food it has to offer may not be on their radar. There are many amazing Indian eateries there that are definitely worth trying out for authentic dishes from the country. There is also a superb selection of Indo-Portuguese meals on offer that are unique takes on traditional Indian cooking. There are many excellent dishes that will absolutely tantalise the taste buds, so tourists should know their names to be ready to order them when they are at a restaurant. Eating out in India is a real treat and...

Tips for First-time Travellers visiting the Superb city of Dubai as a Holiday Destination

Dubai should be a holiday destination that features on to do travel lists of every tourist as it’s a very fascinating part of the United Arab Emirates. The vibrant city has incredible shopping, dining and above all amazing entertainment venues. Travellers will certainly not be bored with Dubai as there is just so much to see and do while there. There are certain things to think about when visiting this popular vacation spot especially if visitors are heading there for the first time. The city can offer up some challenges for tourists if they are not used to certain things, so it’s good...

The 350+ islands set to disappear

Ever since I’d arrived in Panama, I’d been hearing about San Blas, an archipelago of more than 350 islands in the Caribbean Sea. The suggestions to visit came both from Panama locals and a friend back home in New York, who claimed a day spent boating around San Blas was by far the most exciting adventure she had during her travels. “It’s not like going to a resort or something,” she explained. “It’s more of a Robinson Crusoe experience: just you and the islands.” Curiosity piqued, I booked the winding two-hour drive from Panama City to Golfo de...

The lost history of the Freemasons

With its cobblestone paving and Georgian façades, tranquil Hill Street is a haven in Edinburgh’s busy New Town. Compared to the Scottish capital’s looming castle or eerie closes, it doesn’t seem like a street with a secret. View image of Edinburgh’s Hill Street Walk slowly, though, and you might notice something odd. Written in gold gilt above a door framed by two baby-blue columns are the words, “The Lodge of Edinburgh (Mary’s Chapel) No 1”. Further up the wall, carved into the sandstone, is a six-pointed star detailed with...

Secrets of a ham-carving master

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The Persian art of etiquette

“Befarmaeed,” said Fatimeh with an imperative hand gesture that commanded me to eat more. As I joined my impeccable Iranian hostess, her mother, two daughters and son for dinner, served on the floor over a perfectly imperfect Persian carpet, I felt ready to put my basic taarof skills into practice for the first time. I desperately wanted some more of the mouth-watering sabzi polo mahi (a herbed rice dish served with fish) but, before saying yes, I knew I had to convincingly say a few noes. I had never heard of taarof until I travelled in Iran. This Persian word with Arabic roots...

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