Archive May 2018

5 Ways to Reduce The Stress of Business Travel

While travel of any kind can be stressful, business travel can sometimes take stress to a whole new level. Business travel often occurs with little to no warning and involves not only taking care of business where you are going, but will also frequently require keeping things running back at the office as well. Here are 5 things you can do to help minimize some of the common causes of travel stress. 1. Plan Ahead Some business trips will come with plenty of advance notice to give you adequate time to plan and prepare. You can also plan ahead for even the most spur-of-the-moment emergency...

The Dream Wedding in Bali

There are three major events in one’s life; birth, marriage, and death in their order respectively. While birth and death are uncontrollable, marriage is up to the participants. Everyone especially brides, they mostly determine most decisions during their weddings, loves to have the best experience during the advent of their marriage. Weddings bring two people together in matrimony. Weddings can be traditional, religious or civil. The cultures that go into these are different however one common aspect is that they have to take place at a specific location, documented, officiated and they...

Israel’s millennia-old ‘biblical diet’

Between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv lies a man-made Garden of Eden, dotted with imported Lebanese cedar trees, reconstructed olive and wine presses and reproduced ancient gardens of wild sage and edible flowers. But the nature reserve, known as Neot Kedumim, is more than just a recreation of the landscape of biblical times. Since the 1990s, Israel’s foremost food archaeologist Tova Dickstein has been cultivating it as an open-air laboratory to examine the millennia-old ‘biblical diet’ and the ingredients that are making a comeback in Israeli nouvelle cuisine. “The ancient...

How To Get Las Vegas Concert, Sporting Event And Other Tickets Online

Did you know that you can shop for Las Vegas Concert Tickets and other types of Las Vegas Tickets on the Internet? Did you also know that shopping for Las Vegas tickets online allows you to guarantee your spot at the event and a quality seat? If you do not shop online, you will be forced to buy the tickets locally in the Las Vegas area. When you do this, competition for good seating is steep and you will have to pay significant amounts of money in order to get the types of tickets that you want. Shopping online allows you to purchase tickets ahead of time as well. Instead of waiting until a...

How a German city changed how we read

The German city of Mainz lies on the banks of the River Rhine. It is most notable for its wine, its cathedral and for being the home of Johannes Gutenberg, who introduced the printing press to Europe. Although these things may seem unconnected at first, here they overlap, merging and influencing one another. The three elements converge on market days, when local producers and winemakers sell their goods in the main square surrounding the sprawling St Martin’s Cathedral. Diagonally opposite is the Gutenberg Museum, named after the city’s most famous inhabitant, who was born in...

Did Syria create the world’s first song?

In Syria, music runs deeper into the fabric of the place than anywhere else in the world. Long before the modern state was formed in 1946, Syria had developed rich musical traditions over thousands of years. The diverse religions, sects and ethnicities that inhabited and travelled across the country over the millennia – Muslims, Christians, Jews, Arabs, Assyrians, Armenians and Kurds, to name but a few – all contributed to this eclectic musical heritage. This media cannot be played on your device. Songs of ancient Syria In the 1950s, archaeologists found 29 3,400-year-old clay...

What To Know Before You Travel To Mexico

Mexico is a beautiful country, known primarily for its stunning beaches on both coasts. It’s also one of the most popular travel destinations in the world. However, as with anywhere, there are some risks and things to be aware of before traveling. An estimated 40 million tourists visited the country in 2017, but there has been increased attention on the violence in the country, due in large part to gang violence. Many people still plan trips there, but some may wonder if it’s safe to go. For the most part, travel experts say yes, but there are things to think about and do to prepare...

Finance your Holidays: the Credit Solution

A trip, nothing to cheer you up, strengthen ties with your loved ones, spend special moments with children … What a beautiful dream in perspective. If your budget is not compatible with your desire to escape, a leisure loan allows you to finance your vacation by paying back gradually. Holidays for everyone Are you a fan of hiking to explore distant lands? Your dream is to bask on a white sand beach, pampered in a holiday club? Do you rely on a trip to discover the wonders of a country’s culture? A leisure loan offer will help you make your holiday plan come true. Have you already...

Travelling Luxuriously Without Breaking the Bank

One of the questions you will get from many people is how they can afford to enjoy a luxury travel without breaking the bank. Whenever the idea of lavish travel clicks in one’s mind, it sounds synonymous with pouring a lot of money into traveling, but that is not always the case because you can still manage even on a small budget. All you need is to master some travel hacks that will slash your expenses and still give you an opportunity to enjoy the trip. Here are some expert tips for travel on a small budget. Plan Ahead The success or failure of your cruises lies in the planning stage....

North America’s unexpected neon jungle

Wide shot: a city’s majestic backdrop of sea and sky, skirted by folds of Douglas fir, and deep, zigzagging fjords. Zoom in: a downtown core on the rise, a mixture of newly built condominiums, theatres and red-brick saloons. Close-up: in the middle, a hodgepodge of advertising signs and overhead utility lines rearing out of the darkness. And the big picture: the sky electrified in a glow of red, yellow and green as 19,000 neon lights switch on. Step back in time to 1950s Vancouver, and this is what would have greeted you after sailing across the Georgia Strait to the city’s...

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