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Royal Trek is also known as Annapurna Royal Trekking. Royal Trek is a 12-day long package which aptly merges kaleidoscopic mountain viewing in Annapurna Region with scrutinizing the diverse floras and faunas that dwell in the thickets of Chitwan National Park. This route got its name of Royal Trek ever since Prince Charles travelled through this route along with the royal entourage that comprised over 90 people in the…Continue
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Everest Three Pass Trek is considered as one of the convincing trek for the determined trekkers aiming to channel the high passes without an obligation to some mechanical mountaineering. Three Pass Trek tenders the lasting skill of natural beauty, environmental glory and thoughtful cross-cultural innovation. The Sherpa inhabitants of Khumbu, the great valley underneath Mount Everest, suppose that all things - mountains, plants and animals are the blessings of Three Pass Trek. When you…Continue
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Nepal is known as the land of Himalayans. This is the land of the world’s highest peak Mount Everest. Great Himalayan Trails section of Nepal is 1700 kilometers. Great Himalayan Trails starts from the belt of Kanchenjunga Himalayan that lies in the border of Nepal – Sikkim and its ending point is in Humla district close to Tibetan border of western Nepal. The name of the Great Himalayan Trails itself advises…Continue
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SINGAPORE TRAVEL GUIDE. When mentioning that you are going to Singapore, everybody will tell you, “Don’t forget to have a Singapore Sling!”. The famous sweet…Continue
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The name ‘Discover Jordan’ is very suggestive. What does discover Jordan mean, anyway?
How can we do it? Well, from the geographical point of view it does not seem to be very difficult to discover this small country.
But there is something which makes Jordan a giant: Its culture.
A huge volume of information, steeped in history the region has been a major route dating back more than 200,000 years ago. Worthy of largest history of mankind, is concentrated in this small…Continue
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San Jose, Costa Rica, has a new national Museum of Jade and Pre-Columbian Art. Open to the public as of May 26, 2014, the new Jade Museum is located in the Plaza de la Democracia (Democracy Plaza) opposite the…Continue
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Mount Everest (8,848m) is the utmost Mountain in the world, which is located in Nepal, named as "Sagarmatha". Everest is measured as the goddess mother of the whole world and has the greatest magnetism for those nature lovers and identical explorer. Solukhumbu is sacred with a fundamental element of the Himalayan charm. It is an initial location that makes available a welcome destination for these explorers…Continue
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“A refreshing short term course for the existing employees of the broadcasting companies of Senegal will bring better color to the programming on television” said Sandeep Marwah the President of Asian Education Group, India during his discussion with the Ministry of Communication during his state visit to Dakar.
A special refreshing courses can be planned by AAFT- Asian…
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Dakar: “To have a stronger base for the development of film business in Senegal, it needs a professional and a world class film school with 360 degree exposure to the students in this field” suggested Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah Studios in his first meeting with the Minister of Culture, Democratic Republic of Senegal here at Dakar.
Sandeep Marwah a well known…
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The program for our upcoming trip to New York City later this week is now engraved in digital stone in my calendar. After several days of working on planning for this trip, I have just finished putting the final touches on a very full schedule of events and happenings spanning the course of four days, under the master theme “In the footsteps of Woody Allen”.…Continue
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This is the driving force behind the worldwide environmental organization Waterkeeper Alliance. Based in the United States, the Waterkeeper Alliance aspires to protect every major…Continue
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“Without water, there can be no life. Without clean water, there can be no healthy life.”
This is the driving force behind the worldwide environmental organization Waterkeeper Alliance. Based in…Continue
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Puerto Libertad is a notch ahead of Puerto Lobos. At least it has some hotels, and restaurants, too—even an Oriental one, I hear. But I know in my heart the trip’s really over, anyway, because once the rhythm’s broken, then you have to skip to the next…Continue
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