Just like British people love tea drinking, we Burmese people
also have a penchant for tea. Teashops are an important and integral part of life in Myanmar.
As a foreigner who first arrives to Myanmar
, you will be surprised to see so many teashops in Yangon and almost everywhere in Myanmar. The… Continue
Added by Shwe Ei on January 28, 2010 at 6:42am —
The most-viewed article on my website, SmartWomenTravelers.com
is Top 7 Tips for Packing Your Suitcase
. But unpacking my suitcase is actually a bigger chore than packing it! This got me thinking about the different ways that people unpack their suitcases.
Upon returning from a trip, my husband immediately (and I mean immediately
!) opens up his luggage, gets his dirty clothes into the washer and totally… Continue
Added by Carol Margolis on January 27, 2010 at 9:41pm —
, the capital of Vietnam, is a city of lakes, shaded streets and verdant public parks. Come to Hanoi, you will have a chance to explore the rich cultural heritage with the Old Quarter, I'm very exciting to go around Old Quater by cyclo, walking in Old Quater to buy clothers( Hang Dao Street), some gifts, prominent delicious Vietnamese cuisine as well as other… Continue
Added by Cao Thi Van on January 26, 2010 at 11:03pm —
Added by David Paul Appell on January 23, 2010 at 11:30am —
By Samuel P.N. Cook
When I tell people that I own a tour company in New York City, the first question I get is, “So you are from New York?” I have to then explain to them that no, I actually just moved to New York a year and a half ago, and I started my business shortly after that. How is that someone who barely knows New York City can open a tour company dedicated to New York City tourism? Well, it is for the simple reason that I never liked New York City, until I actually spent… Continue
Added by Uncle Sam's New York on January 22, 2010 at 4:18pm —
When writing my last blog
I was anticipating the start of the Cup. Sadly the terrorist attack on the Togo team bus has overshadowed the competition; my thoughts go out to the family and friends of those who were attacked. Whilst I do not want to get too political in this blog I feel the need to question the negative comments towards Africa, especially comments from certain… Continue
Added by Harry Bunnell on January 22, 2010 at 4:00pm —
I had a dream that it was already the end of 2010 and I was looking back at my year of travel.
What I saw in my dream was a year where the travel industry really focused on female travelers.
I can feel the thick shampoo in my hair, the luxurious towels, a scent of lavender emanating from my plush pillow. I am healthier and fitter than I’ve ever been thanks to the Pilates and Yoga classes offered by hotels and the nutritional food enjoyed from hotel restaurants and mini-bars. I… Continue
Added by Carol Margolis on January 7, 2010 at 3:23pm —
Happy New Year and welcome to the first WAD blog of 2010! As Tom mentioned… Continue
Added by West Africa Discovery on January 6, 2010 at 7:35am —
Luxury holidays can break the monotony, and refresh your mind and soul. Cheap luxury holidays will provide comfort and relaxation from an active lifestyle or a hard working environment. In The current climate everyone wants to save their hard income and enjoy cheap luxury holidays at every possibility.
Many tour operators offer cheap luxury holidays to multiple destinations. It is possible to find… Continue
Added by Carl Littlechild on January 4, 2010 at 2:48am —
We've trusted our eyes our whole life, but once visiting Cambodia, we may start doubting them.
In front of Angkor Wat
, one of the world's greatest achievements, we seem to be so tiny. Drops of the sunlight piece the ancient walls and bring people from the modern life back to the Empire of Kingdom Champa as well.Emerging from a violent past of human rights… Continue
Added by Cao Thi Van on January 3, 2010 at 11:11pm —
Thomas Paine died 200 years ago this year on Grove Street in New York City. He was a famous author, speaker, revolutionary. He made a lot of friends and enemies on his journey of life. His writing of Common Sense made such an impact on the 13 colonies during the early days of the American revolution.
His was a life of great of ups and downs. His life was one of great unrest where ever he seemed to be.
His thoughts on religion brought great attacks on him. Even Theodore Roosevelt… Continue
Added by Uncle Sam's New York on January 3, 2010 at 12:00pm —
On the basis that First and Business class are the minority of the passengers on an airpline, I am fed up with the rest categorised as 'economy' or 'coach'. A more acceptable label for me is 'Standard class'. Airlines seem to be the only mode of transport where this type of segmentation occurs. Sorry about the rant.
Added by andy mossack on January 2, 2010 at 11:22am —
My first annual travel quiz is up.
Test your travel knowledge and feel free to share it with others.
Added by Bob Ecker on January 1, 2010 at 3:24pm —