Royal Caribbean Cruise
Cruise holidays have always been considered as a luxurious way to go on holiday, and now, cruise operators are getting ever-more innovative in a bid to be the best. With their TV adverts and unbelievable range of onboard activities, Royal Caribbean – also known as RCI – certainly knows how to deliver a memorable cruise holiday.
In terms of destinations, they visit some of the world’s most beautiful places, ranging from the local delights of Spain, France and Italy to the far-flung paradise of the Caribbean and the iconic city of Sydney in Australia. In-between docking at port, you get the chance to enjoy the things that Royal Caribbean has really become famous for – its extensive onboard entertainment. Read more...
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Corfu – The Emerald Isle
Holidays in the Greek Islands are among the best and most popular getaways in the summer holiday brochures. It’s no surprise really – with stunning scenery, beautiful beaches, popular resorts and sizzling summer sunshine, Greece has got all the right ingredients for a gorgeous getaway to remember forever. Read more...
How to Make Business Trips a Pleasure, not a Hassle
Whether you’re accustomed to business travel or new to the experience, there are plenty of ways you can maintain the excitement in the whole concept rather than it turning into a chore. With many high flyer positions listing ‘business travel’ as one of the requirements, it’s not always a pleasant experience. Saying goodbye to your families for days, or weeks, on end can be heart-breaking, so ensuring that the trip is as pleasant as possible will help you keep in high spirits. Read more...
A visit to New Zealand is there on my bucketlist. So when I read about Tonga, I just had to add it to my bucketlist along side New Zealand. Or maybe I can club it with my trip to Hawaii? Well, we will see
Ensconced in the South Pacific Ocean, Tonga or the Kingdom of Tonga is an archipelago of 176 islands out of which 52 are inhabited and is perfect for pacific holiday experience. Lengthwise, the Kingdom stretches over a distance of about 800 kilometers in a north-south line located about a third of the distance from New Zealand to Hawaii.(source :wiki) Read more...
Vidhan Soudha, Bangalore
India is one country that has history and cultural spots which are as old as human memory!! With the length and breadth of such gigantic scale India has numerous tourist spots spread across its geography. To see India in 7 days would be a challenge that will definitely test anybody’s scheduling skills. Let me try and show you a glimpse of how I would plan a few major cities. If you were to start the trip in the south, Bangalore is a good bet to start off from. With one of the best climate and weather on offer, this high tech city occupies a high spot as one of the most eminent places in the list of tourist spots in India. With numerous luxury hotels spread around the city, stay is never a problem and not to forget the delicious food on offer in the restaurants of Bangalore. Vidhan Soudha, Cubbon Park, Visvesvaraya Museum, Wonderla Entertainment Park,…etc are some of the most visited tourist spots in Bangalore. From Bangalore the next easy city to visit is Hyderabad. Read more...
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Goa, an easy travel option for seekers of peace, entertainment and action
Goa is one of the dream holiday destinations in India. Goa with its peaceful and scenic nature attracts thousands of global tourists every year. Beautiful clean beaches with crystal clear water form the main landscape of Goa. Eating, singing and dancing is the way of life for Goans! The laidback and footloose attitude of the locals is infectious and one can get into a celebration mood, as soon as one sets foot on the Goan land. Read more...
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Saying cheers with Black Dog
It has been a while since I wrote a review. Am not a whiskey drinker but then one day I found a bottle of Black Dog Centenary being delivered by the Black Dog and Ginger Claps team, at my home.
Normally, I need no reason to party and here I already had one! So a Black Dog get-together it was, at my place and for this I called over my whiskey / scotch connoisseur friends. Read more...
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There are few places in the world more mysterious, steeped in both history and legend, than Egypt. Tales of the pharaohs and cursed grave robbers have captured the world’s imagination and many visit this country to satisfy their curiosity. There are of course a variety of surprising modes of transport here, so make your trip more exciting by trying a few! Read more...
The Maggi Story Pic: Priya Q
Steamed bun or Theemok; vegetable spinach cheese momos were the highlights of our lunch at the Tibetian Wak Kitchen in the market area; which is a very humble place with basic interiors.
We stopped for lunch at Khalsar on our way to Nubra Valley; a lunch which is better forgotten about than written. We accept that one can’t ask for non-veg food anywhere out of Leh, but the vegetarian dishes can taste nice too!! This was not the case at Khalsar.