Added by Jonathon and Quinn on May 29, 2012 at 1:19pm — No Comments
Ask the locals what they think about Ubud, many of them would tell you that they love it. And so did we upon our first day there. Ubud is an area located in Central Bali, the hub for Balinese arts, culture and rice paddies. Compared to the oversubscribed beaches, Ubud is a cultural paradise situated amidst lush paddy fields.
Enjoying views of the rice paddies is therefore a must in Ubud. The best way would be to spend a night at an accomodation situated right beside…Continue
Added by Aaron Ng on October 4, 2011 at 5:30am — No Comments
With excitement and trepidation, I am due to start a new chapter in my life; one that is coincidentally yet closely related to my love of food and travel. Change is a part of everyday life, yet it is for us to decipher the good from the bad and have the ability to adapt ourselves to each new door that opens up. I, for one, welcome this change with open arms.
Nestled between the pristine waters of the South China Sea and the Strait of Malacca lies the multicultural Malaysia. Known for…Continue
Added by Chattering Kitchen on September 18, 2011 at 4:46pm — No Comments
But there is good news!
We're still working on details as to date and time, but we'll have a mini TBEX Europe half-day event during the week of…Continue
Wrote a post for Daytona Beach in general for a foundation of other posts
Visited the Chocolate Factory by invite from Freddie Smith
Loved meeting everyone in Daytona this past Friday for a fabulous travel blogger tweetup with Daytona tweeters,…Continue
Added by Eileen Ludwig on March 3, 2011 at 12:16pm — No Comments
Destinations are like lovers—ask any seasoned traveler and I’m sure they’d agree. When you first arrive in a new place, you feel that initial rush of wild excitement in the same way you do when you meet someone new. And like any introduction, although you’re uncertain how it will all turn out, the air still crackles with the electricity of potential.
Over the next few days or weeks, you try to get a feel for each other. What’s he like? What are his passions? As you…Continue
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We are a group of general civilians who are interested to work for the development and well being of their motherland-Bangladesh. We are not biased by religion, politics or ethics but we believe in humanism.
Though we started our journey as hobbyists but now we want to turn our efforts to an official outlook. This is why www.diaryfrombangladesh.com came into existence. The motto of this website is nothing but to work for any…Continue
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My market is redolent of discordant aromas: the trail of…Continue
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After a long but comfortable flight from LAX via London, we arrived in South Africa. After we quickly settled in to our 'Backpacker's' guest house in the area known as Seapoint, we put on our walking shoes and took a scenic hour's walk towards Camp's Bay. The wild coast of Cape Town is a wonderland of spectacular vistas.Continue
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1. Everyone still works with landmarks
In the 1980s, Dubai was the epitome of the U2 hit, “Where the streets have no name”. Instead, directions were given using landmarks, which were sometimes as vague as “turn right at the first set of pink buildings and then left at the one with the blue balcony railings”.Continue
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