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The 100-Mile Diet in Vancouver- Canada

Written on September 7, 2014 in Canada

What started as a humble dining-room experiment eventually took the form of an alternative food movement. See why the 100-Mile Diet has both environmentalists and foodies asking for seconds. It all began one autumn when Alisa Smith and James MacKinnon ran out of food when vacationing in a remote cabin in northern British Columbia, Canada....

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Best places to Stay, Eat and Play in INDIA

Written on August 20, 2014 in Cities of India

Park plaza Park Plaza, Jodhpur is a contemporary hotel with an old-world charm to it. The rooms are well-equipped with new age amenities to make one’s stay comfortable. Keeping in mind its guest list, the hotel has multiple on-site dining options, including a multi-cuisine all-day eatery, a poolside grill and an Oriental cuisine restaurant. There...

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Inspiring Drive Into the Wild

Written on July 9, 2014 in Road Trip

Beautiful things come in small packages-South Africa’s smallest province and its thriving wildlife are a true testament of this. In hallowed antiquity, when the Big Bang was recent history and the earth was still a molten, gaseous mass still finding its shaped and solidity, it is in Mpumalanga that the first stones of the earth’s...

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Kaltenberg Tournament

Written on July 8, 2014 in Travel

A KNIGHT’S TALE Armoured knighs galloping on powerful steeds crashing their lances against the shields of opponents may sound like figures from history or Hollywood movies. Yet they can be seen in action this july at the Kaltenberg Tournament. The event is held at schloss Kaltenberg, just west of Munich, and is the biggest medieval...

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Charles Dickens-Legendary Writer

Written on July 8, 2014 in Cities of England

Legendary writer, Charles Dickens, was born on 200 year ago. London, the city that he called his ‘magic lantern’, is at the heart of the international bicentenary celebrations. Journalist, novelist, philanthropist, editor, showman- Charles Dickens was a man of many talents and phenomenal energy. ‘Dickens and London’ at the museum of London ...

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Ahmedabad-7 places to visit

Written on July 7, 2014 in Cities of India

Experiance how it feels to be in outer space, see vintage cars, follow Gandhi’s footsteps and of course eat delicious Gujarati food. Ahmedabad ofers all this and much more! GANDHI ASHRAM A reminder of Gujarat’s eminent place in India’s freedom struggle, Gandhi Ashram is revered as the erstwhile home of Mahatma Gandhi, where he resided...

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Empire of Hidden Treasures – PERU

Written on July 2, 2014 in Nortth Americas

Peru is the third largest country in South America and is approximately three times the size of California. Most Peruvians are either Spanish speaking mestizos-a term that is an amalgamation of indigenous and European/Caucasian-or Amerindians, largely Quechua-speaking indigenous people. Peruvians of European descent make up about 15% of the populat...

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Travel to Thailand Visiting Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai

Written on June 20, 2014 in cities of thailand

One of the main Tourist location of Thailand is  Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai.  For the tourist travelling from Thailand’s northern frontiers to a spot  known as the Golden Triangle, the best reward is a road trip full of revelations. Thailand has been an all-time favorite travel destination for almost two decades now. Chiang Mai,...

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4 Tourist Entertainments in Dubai

Written on June 18, 2014 in Theme Park

Dubai certainly well deserves all the attention from tourists worldwide that it has been drawing all since ages. Dubai is one of the top tourist destination in the world. There are number of sites of interest in Dubai that meets the interest of people of all age groups. One very interesting fact about Dubai is...

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4 Places worth a stop on Hadrian’s Cycleway – South England

Written on February 4, 2012 in England

Hadrian’s  Cycleway, is a 174 mile long distance cycle route developed by Sustrans in partnership with Cumbria and Northumberland County Councils Within a short span, England encompasses a variety of worlds – the modernity of London, the medieval spires of Salisbury, the Neolithic Stonehenge, the craggy coast of Cornwall and the dales of ...

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