Croatia: A Classic Destination To Visit
April 2, 2014 – 4:06 am | No Comment
To experience the overwhelming beauty of nature a trip to Croatia is a must, and the memories of this trip will be etched in your heart for eternity. Behind the overwhelming beauty of Croatia lies a tumultuous history of conquest by Greeks, Romans, Turks, Venetian emperors, to name a few, but mother nature has been kind to the country to overcome all the conquests and still retain its old world charm  [...]

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Ephemeral magnum opus of nature
April 26, 2010 | Adventure Travel | One Comment
Ephemeral magnum opus of nature
Nature, environment, habitat all these words are synonyms to each other. And not any one person on earth you will find who doesn’t love to gape at beauty of nature. And people travel far and wide as bad packer or in luxurious cruise, yacht, helicopters etc to see the absolutely amazing beauty of nature. Nature’s beauty like Niagara falls, or Great Barrier Reef, Belize Blue Hole, Cliffs of Moher, Hopewell Rocks are all there, available for your eyes to see any time of the rear, though these wonders of nature are facing threats from human and natural calamities. Listing down below are such Ephemeral magnum opus of nature which gives us fleeting glimpse, once seen, it will be like memory carved on stone for you. These places or sights are absolutely amazing which gives you such beautiful and  [...]


Top places for film footsteps
April 22, 2010 | Travel Destinations | No Comment
Top places for film footsteps
This list is exciting and fully packed with entertainment with actions, tragedies, comedy, and thriller! Not getting it, well this is the list is those famous and favorite destinations where there have been shooting of famous movie scenes. To see them and experience those canned shots, then fly to any of this destinations. It’s all about glamour, glitterati, paparazzi movies which are shot in these destinations which takes away your heart and mind! New York: every where in New York Glide past Statue of Liberty resembling Funny Girl the Barbra Streisand, and enter New York. Walk mafia streets of The Robert De Niro’s of Little Italy. Though don’t you avoid the King Kong atop Empire State Building, thereafter on to spree shopping at Tiffany & Co. on New York’s 5th Avenue on 58th Street.  [...]


Travel Picks: Exotic places for asking: “Will you marry me?”
April 19, 2010 | Travel Destinations | No Comment
Travel Picks: Exotic places for asking: “Will you marry me?”
“Will you marry me” send jitters down the spine, to the one who is asking and the one who has to answer. Moreover it is the question of the lifetime, whose answer changes the course of lives of the two people in the relationship. Well to ask this question the place has to be special and nothing ordinary about it. Such that it shall hold a significant memory space in your life. listing down such places, which are just the perfect and exotic for asking The Question of Life: “ Will you marry me?” 1. PALAZZO BARBARIGO at Venice in Italy This spectacular 18-room hotel adds modern shots of contemporary plush velvet, with interiors as saucy feather-trim, moody, tantalizing mirrored walls and polished parquet floor and in period details. In bedrooms, of the Junior Suites, the intricate décor  [...]


Tuareg Festival: Feast, Fest and grains of sand
April 15, 2010 | Festivals | 2 Comments
Tuareg Festival: Feast, Fest and grains of sand
Celebrations could be from just lightening candles in Christmas to having rave madness in Rio’s carnival. If there is something which is beyond any taboos and norms is the way man can celebrate. And man does it. Man can celebrate anything, any ways and any where. Even if it means in middle of some desert where the temperatures are of scorching heat and speckles of sand in your eyes. And such is the celebration of Tuareg Festival which has been happening each spring, from last three years, in the hot desert of Sahara. It’s just two hours drive in north of Agadez, Niger, that’s actually in middle of desert- the Sahara. The Niger’s national government along with the local Tuareg tribal people organizes this Festival Tuareg. What’s that making it so exciting that you come from half way  [...]


Top Ten: Places for Cultural and Historical significance Top Ten: Places for Cultural and Historical significance
People who love History and glorious olden times, this is for you. And people who think they will this one- don’t dare to miss this, as these ton ten places are in with surprising package of mind blowing destinations which is all though different from romantic beaches and adventure ski resorts. Traveling to these off beat places of discovering those lands that are reverence of great civilizations, great statesman, rebellious revolutions, legendary battles and some great happenings that have shaped the world today as we are living in it will be exciting as you shall be discovering things about life, living, arts, history, traditions, customs, culture and above all humanity. Russia: Russia famous for James Bond movie is much beyond that, an enigma with kind of history and turmoil’s this country  [...]


Experience Top 5 mountain climbing without a porter
April 8, 2010 | Adventure Travel | 7 Comments
Experience Top 5 mountain climbing without a porter
Climbing with porters is not that much adventurous, when you give your burden to someone else. To be honest am against this, hiring of porter while you climb, that is because most of the time we under pay to these porters. Also what is the meaning of mountain climbing without you taking on your back your heavy rucksack! Listings below are those mountains which don’t require much of expertise in climbing and definitely can be done, without a porter. Where you can pick up your own burden and just go climbing. Mount Olympus, Greece This is some sought of magical, isn’t it! Something about Zeus and Haedes, you shall be rubbing your hiking boots with gods when you ascend the Greece’s highest mountain, the legendary domicile of all the Olympian gods. Mt Olympus still flakes in worshippers of  [...]


Burning Man Festival 2010
April 5, 2010 | Festivals | 9 Comments
Burning Man Festival 2010
The much liked and famous festival of Nevada, where over 48,000 people come together to celebrate, is again around the corner. It’s starting from August 30 to September 6, 2010. Burning Man is held every year on the Nevada Playa called Black Rock Desert. People who have been to the burning man have had totally different experience. The visitors said they have been transformed and found meaning to their life. As it said that, it is an end and new start to the journey of Burning Man. In order to understand the festival, you need to visit and participate in it. While being there, you will realize you are building a new community and your contribution to it is as important as anyone. You will be motivated to survive. Exposed to the 107 degree of heat and within few minutes your body will start  [...]


Mardi Gras – Hope of Light for New Orleans
April 1, 2010 | Festivals | 10 Comments
Mardi Gras – Hope of Light for New Orleans
The best time to spend in enjoying Mardi Gras in News Orleans is not in French Quarters but outside it, in the Neighborhoods where it is local. Standing at an intersection in New Orleans, I felt that I was in amidst the mirrors of fun house. In front of was a blue-skinned Vishnu, which is a Hindu God, pointing me the right direction by his eel like arms and behind was standing a rooster crow, when I turned around I noticed his beak to be of gold and cockscomb of blood-red in color. Above against the blue sky, one cannot overlook the people suspended on the balconies of wrought-iron fluttering their arms like sparrows. Then there was a dragon ride with a masked women, I guess so, on it. I wonder is this Mardi Gras? It seems like a complete different place to be. The parade, Bourbon Street Mardi  [...]