Archive October 2017

Christmas in October: Why the Best Time to Book Your Christmas Travel Is Now!

So, this time you have decided to welcome Santa Claus away from home in a new location? Well, it is a good idea, but have you started planning for it? Trust me; you will not be called crazy if you would plan your Christmas vacation now! Yes, in October! Here we have rounded up some reasons to plan your Christmas holiday in October To get the room and flight you want Consider it: You turn up late to the party, and now only a few sandwiches and one drink are there on the buffet table. View your holiday in the same manner: late vacation planning and your options get squeezed. Arrive early, and...

The unlikely sausage that saved lives

In Manteigaria Silva, one of Lisbon’s oldest delis, not much has changed since 1928. Cured hams dangle from the ceiling, port and Madeira wines compete for shelf space and slabs of golden cheese await the blade. And alongside the lombo (air-cured pork) and chouriço (chorizo) lies a sausage so thoroughly Portuguese that a 2011 public vote declared it one of the nation’s seven gastronomic wonders:...

Top 6 Amazing Honeymoon Destinations In The World For Newly-Weds

Marriage could be the utmost happiness on earth but the pleasure and excitement of going on a honeymoon is beyond every delight. Honeymoon is the most beautiful phase of life when two souls celebrate the holy communion of love. With changing times, conventional thoughts and expectations relating to honeymoon have changed. The hitched lovebirds don’t just want to fly away to a beautiful location, shut the whole world out and enjoy some mushy moments with their beloved. But in addition to that, the newly-weds are now not treating it just as a romantic escape, but they wish to experience all...

The town that gave Russia its name

One hundred years ago, revolution flung Russia from the imperialist era into the communist era – from centuries of tsars to red Soviet stars. In St Petersburg, extravagant palaces recall the lavish lifestyles of the Russian emperors, while in Moscow, austere skyscrapers are reminders of the stark existence under dictatorial rule. Even though it’s been a century since Russians found themselves at the crossroads between these two major phases of their nation’s history, many are still at odds with one another over which period – and which city – had the greatest...

How Italians influenced a South American dialect

“Argentinian Spanish is sort of hard to understand,” said my sister as she plugged in a fan. It was hot and still in Buenos Aires and we were drinking lemonade on her balcony. I’d just flown into South America for the first time, and I hadn’t slept much on the plane. I was more concerned about my overpowering jet lag than mastering the local dialect. But fresh off a lengthy stay in Nicaragua, I spoke enough Spanish to get by… or so I thought. Later that evening, my sister took me to meet her new boyfriend. Fermin, a native porteño (Buenos Aires local)....

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