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Swaziland Transit
Swaziland Transit My time in Swaziland was short. We drove through the country and had rest stops before heading to Zululand. Swazi country side was just beautiful with sugar cane fields, mountains and traditional Swazi villages. Our lunch picnic stop was scenic with curious local kids coming over to us. It took more than half a day to go through Swaziland, and ended our journey in this country.
New Zealand Cuisine
New Zealand Cuisine New Zealand cuisine derives from various sources, most especially British and Maori. At its best it emphasises the quality and freshness of New Zealand produce from land and sea, which is readily available in an island nation which bases its economy on agriculture. Owing to its colonial origin (shared with Australia), New Zealand cuisine is traditionally simple fare such as meat and three veg. Dinner is the main meal of the day, when families gather and share their evening together. With the New Zealand penchant for travel, and multicultural social trends, traditional eating habits are changing; but most people still eat their main meal in the evening. Some visitors to New Zealand become confused between tea - which ...
Aachen Cathedral in Germany
Aachen Cathedral in Germany Aachen Cathedral is also referred as Imperial Cathedral, the core of the Aachen Cathedral is the formerly mentioned palace Capel- at the time of construction, it was largest dome north of the arms it has fascinating architecture with Classical, Byzantine and Germanic- Franconian elements, which is the essence of monumental building of huge importance for 600 years. Holy Roman Emperor Charlemagne began the construction in 786 AD which forms the central part of Aachen Cathedral.Aachen was the church of coronation for thirty German kings. In order to cope up with huge rush of pilgrims in the Gothic period a choir hall was built, a two part Capella vitrea which was consecrated on the 600th day of Charlemagne's death.. Aac...
Christmas in Russia
Christmas in Russia Christmas in Russia is celebrated on January 7th every year with unlimited zeal and fervor. Russians follows the Orthodox Church and so the time of the year is different from the rest of the world. Tourists visiting during the Christmas in Russia will have a gala time as clubbed with New Year celebrations. Every region of Russia remains in a joyous mood. Russia is a vast country attracting tourists with lovely sightseeing, imperial wonders and rich cultural heritage. The majority of the country is Christians and Christmas is the chief festival. Major parts of the country follow the Orthodox Church that still follows the Julian calendar. According to this Calendar, the Christmas day for the country is 13 days behind ...
Dress of Saudi Arabia
Dress of Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabian dress follows strictly the principles of hijab (the Islamic principle of modesty, especially in dress). The predominantly loose and flowing but covering garments are helpful in Saudi Arabia's desert climate. Traditionally, men usually wear an ankle-length shirt woven from wool or cotton (known as a thawb), with a keffiyeh (a large checkered square of cotton held in place by a cord coil) or a ghutra (a plain white square made of finer cotton, also held in place by a cord coil) worn on the head. For rare chilly days, Saudi men wear a camel-hair cloak (bisht) over the top. Women's clothes are decorated with tribal motifs, coins, sequins, metallic thread, and appliques. Women are required to wear an abaya or...
Savannakhet Savannakhet town is situated on the banks of the Mekong river opposite Mukdahan in Thailand. The province bridges the country between Thailand and Vietnam and the town is a very active junction for trade between the two countries. The town itself can be easily explored by foot and has a number of interesting temples, including Vietnamese temple and school and a large Catholic church. Much of the town's architecture is French Colonial. Courtesy: Ba Tours
Johannesburg Johannesburg is the financial centre and the largest city in South Africa. Many people just pass by the city and use it merely as the landing port before going onto other parts of the country. Certainly it does have a bad reputation because of high crime rate and “not much to do/see”. However, if you like to explore the urban jungle, Jo'burg is actually a very interesting city with lots to do. One problem is getting around. I joined a city tour of Jo'burg to see the inner city. The inner city was vibrant but quite run-down and dangerous. It was quite an eye opener. The Carlton centre gave an excellent overview of the city and the Museum Africa in Newtown provided a good overview of some aspects of South African hi...
Dracula theme park to draw tourists to Romania
Dracula theme park to draw tourists to Romania The government of Romania, one of the poorest ex-Communist countries in Eastern Europe, has approved a plan to build a theme park dedicated to the fictional vampire, Dracula. It?s expected the park will boost the tourist profile of the Transylvania region which was the source of inspiration for writer Bram Stoker. His story was first published in 1897. The park will house a gothic castle with spooky effects, horror rides, labyrinths and also a golf course and a hotel. The planned location is near the town of Snagov, a lake resort near Bucharest. Dracula Park is a major tourism investment for Romania and consultants from London have been appointed to help raise private enterprise funding and sponsorship for the p...
Religion in Vietnam
Religion in Vietnam The earliest established religions in Vietnam are Mahayana Buddhism, Confucianism, and Daoism (called the triple religion or tam giao). Significant minorities of adherents to Roman Catholicism, Cao Dai, and Hoa Hao and smaller minorities of adherents to Protestantism, Islam, Brahmanism, and Theravada Buddhism were established later, in recent centuries. The majority of Vietnamese people classify themselves as non-religious, although they visit religious temples several times every year. Their everyday behaviours and attitudes are dictated by the synthesis of philosophies which can be traced from many religions, especially Mahayana Buddhism, Confucianism, and Daoism. Those religions have been co-existing in the countr...
Aitutaki Lagoon of Cook Islands
Aitutaki Lagoon of Cook Islands Aitutaki Lagoon, Aitutaki is one of the pioneer Tourist Attractions in Aitutaki. Aitutaki Lagoon, Aitutaki are visited by tourists from many corners of the world. Aitutaki Lagoon, Aitutaki conveys its enthralling beauty amidst the paradisaical landscape of the Cook Islands. The Aitutaki Lagoon, Aitutaki brings to the forefront its scenic wonder which makes your Aitutaki Tours an unforgettable experience. Aitutaki Lagoon, Aitutaki are organized by many professional outfits which are based in Aitutaki. The pristine white sands of the lagoon and the azure crystal clear water make it one of the best places to visit in Aitutaki. There are many lagoon cruises which you can undertake on the azure water of the Aitutaki La...