March 2013 Blog Posts (122)

Nepal Trekking Guide -

    Dear Travelers & All My Well Known Colleagues,

 I began my guiding stint in the Himalayas of Nepal as a simple porter which began in 1998 & have hiked the length & breadth of Nepal’s rugged mountains. I came into this world on the foothills of the famous Ganesh Himal range of mountains in the village of Phulkharka of Dhading district. I grew up on the beautiful Ganesh Himal Mountain region…


Added by Raj Nepal on March 27, 2013 at 10:09am — No Comments

Lobster Fried Rice: Could There Be a Better Combination?

Here is an absolutely delicious recipe from Chef Bryan Dame of The Edge Restaurant at the The Inn at Ocean's Edge in Maine. While it is incredibly delicious it is also easy to make and can be served in your own home!

Lobster Fried Rice

Chef Bryan Dame

The Edge

3 eggs, scrambled

12 oz cooked lobster, chopped & tossed to coat with corn starch

6 cups cooked rice (cold)

½ cup thinly sliced celery, bit size pieces

½ cup thinly sliced…


Added by Susana Soltero Liebow on March 27, 2013 at 9:13am — No Comments

Now Manage Your Studies While On Vacations

The new features technology has evolved are numerous and are of great benefit to the mankind. These new features involve great opportunities for people belonging from different areas. Every feature has a unique capability which lures different users in it.

The most nascent feature technology has blessed us with is online education. This feature is very exciting and provides convenience to every student. With its help every student can now use their extra time to enjoy themselves and…


Added by Ayaz Ahmad on March 27, 2013 at 6:59am — No Comments

New 5-Star Yangtze River Cruise Opens in April

Yangtze River cruise company, President Cruises, is launching two new luxury ships this April. The President VII and President VIII will be the newest 5-star ships to cruise China’s Three Gorges between Yichang and Chongqing. 

While the route and shore excursions will be similar to other cruise lines, the ships will be a notch above the rest in both facilities and service. The 230 rooms available on each ship range from luxury…


Added by The China Guide on March 27, 2013 at 5:30am — No Comments

Explore Roussillon Wines

To fully appreciate a wine is to be intimately familiar with its geographical origins and vinicultural heritage. Wines from France's Roussillon region certainly exemplify this truism. Vineyards are surrounded by 3 mountain ranges yielding wide topographical variety and soils with the Corbières to the…


Added by Steve Mirsky on March 26, 2013 at 1:21pm — No Comments

Where we Defying Gravity In kenya is Possible.

Kenya is known for its unique natural diversity.

It comprises of different ecosystems, unique and diverse cultures, breathtaking landscapes, the seventh wonder of the world –wildebeests migration, ever smiling and welcoming people bird life and wildlife exposed by the renowned wildlife documentaries.

Experiencing the sights, sounds, smell and first impressions of all above is quite simply beyond expectations. Most people come to see the big five but there is a lot more…


Added by Duma Afrika Treks and Safaris on March 26, 2013 at 11:30am — No Comments

Spring Festivals in Southern Europe

Has spring sprung yet where you live? Or perhaps you're in the Southern hemisphere, and summertime is easing its way into warm fall days. This "shoulder season" time tends to provide perfect traveling conditions in many parts of the world, when you can avoid the summertime crowds and heat, and the weather is just right for doing plenty of walking.…

Added by Sara Cooke on March 26, 2013 at 8:28am — No Comments

Mitchell Historic Properties Welcomes New Businesses Opening Just in Time for Summer

Shoppers can enjoy three new businesses that are opening late this May in Galveston’s historic downtown.  Texas Cowgirls, Del Sol, and Cariloha are leasing newly renovated space from Mitchell Historic Properties in the Dargan and Tobyn building on the Strand near the newly opened Fuddruckers located adjacent to popular Saengerfest Park.

Fuddruckers had a soft opening on January 31 just in time for the first weekend of the downtown Mardi Gras…


Added by Sarah Harano on March 25, 2013 at 4:30pm — No Comments

Painting The Town Pink - La Notte Rosa, Riviera di Rimini, Italy

On one very special eve in July, the 'La Notte Rosa' or 'Pink Night' sees the entire Italian Riviera di Rimini transform into a pink party paradise. The dawn to dusk celebrations are coined as Italy's summer New Years Eve party. It is among Italy's top 5 festivals.…


Added by Emma Kate Henderson on March 25, 2013 at 2:48pm — No Comments

Cahuita National Park on Costa Rica's Caribbean Coast: Snorkeling Paradise

Visiting Costa Rica’s Caribbean Coast is almost like going to another country. Very different from the rest of Costa Rica, the Caribbean coastal towns of Limon,…


Added by Shannon Farley on March 25, 2013 at 7:59am — No Comments

Tour du lịch Hạ long

Thăm quan tour du lịch Hạ long, quý khách không thể bỏ qua điểm du lịch hang Sửng sốt, 1 hang động thuộc loại to nhất ở đây.

Vị trí: Động nằm ở trung tâm vịnh Hạ Long, cách động Sửng Sốt 5km về hướng đông bắc.…


Added by Vietnam Pathfindertravel on March 25, 2013 at 4:40am — No Comments

Sen Village attracted tourists in Nghe An

Starting from Vinh City along Road 49, and turning at a red earth road lined with shady eucalyptus and "filao" trees, visitors reach Sen village, whose scholarly name is Kim Lien (Golden Lotus).

There are several lotus ponds along the village roads. The house in which President Ho Chi Minh lived during his childhood was a…


Added by nguyen to loan on March 25, 2013 at 12:45am — No Comments

Unique cafe in Nha Trang

Located in the centre of Nha Trang city, Lam Café is one of construtions that Vietnam Architects Association awarded “Vietnam green architecture 2012”.

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The unique feature of this café is its open design with unique ventilation system serving for bring…


Added by nguyen to loan on March 25, 2013 at 12:30am — No Comments

Responsible Cruising in West Africa

Cruise tourism is a billion pound industry focusing on offering quality services to their guests whilst visiting exotic locations with beautiful sceneries. A recent report from the Cruise Lines International…

Added by West Africa Discovery on March 24, 2013 at 5:35pm — No Comments

Positively Tenby (Wales)


The view of Tenby from my parking spot

One of my favorite spots in Wales was the town of Tenby and nearby…


Added by Maureen Blevins on March 23, 2013 at 10:29am — No Comments

The Dreamland Resort on Thailand's Koh Phangan Island

Swadee Ka. Relax in the cool azure blue pool as you gaze out at the secluded stretch of warm white sands, only a few feet away with the spectacular green jungle as your back drop.…


Added by Emma Kate Henderson on March 22, 2013 at 3:29pm — No Comments

En Marraquech, el Cuscús de la Abuela

Callejones llenos de polvo. Niños correteando y sorteando a los turistas. El olor a especias que se mete en los pulmones. Una moto por aquí, un burro por allá y los gritos del que quiere vender para ganarse el pan diario. La mezquita como un espejismo. Le parecerá un sueño, una película exótica o un relato de Las mil y una noches, pero …


Added by Iberia Airlines on March 22, 2013 at 11:38am — No Comments

Visit Saipan


A great destinaton few have heard about!

Added by Sandra & John Scott on March 21, 2013 at 7:41pm — No Comments

A Tale of Two Cities: Abu Dhabi and Dubai


Added by Randy Parker on March 21, 2013 at 12:29pm — No Comments

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