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Maldives Honeymoon

Friday, August 28, 2015 6 Comments

Maldives is described as the last paradise on earth with pristine tropical islands, palm trees, beaches of fine white sand, crystal clear waters, with a holiday in the Maldives is a daydream. The archipelago nestled in the Indian Ocean is composed of hundreds of small islands grouped into atolls, surrounded by precious natural aquariums protected by the coral reef.

Gobi Manchurian Recipe

Thursday, August 27, 2015

The ever popular Gobi Manchurian made with cauliflower is an Indo Chinese dish recipe that is also very popular in India served as a snack or an appetizer when prepared dry mostly for lunch, dinner meals. For vegetable manchurian with gravy or dry, instead of using only cauliflower, use finely chopped minced vegetables or cabbage and bind with some cornflour or bread crumbs and make small lumps the size of a pingpong ball

Germany Travel Guide

Wednesday, August 26, 2015 Add Comment

Germany is one of the favorite destinations of travellers and so called business travellers who visit the important annual fairs in Frankfurt, Cologne, Stuttgart, Hannover and Leipzig. Even sport lovers will find opportunities in Germany for many different activities, from skiing to cycling, not to mention visits to shrines of motoring and tennis. The country is also a must see for all lovers of art, music and architecture.

Dhokla Recipe

Tuesday, August 25, 2015 4 Comments

Dhokla is a snack typical of the region of Gujarat, and are small diamond shaped spongy, steamed, made ​​from semolina and chickpea flour, very tasty and slightly spicy. They are served at breakfast or during the day, accompanied by a cup of tea. The potentially health conscious character of this dish is negated by the amount of oil used to fry the spices and seeds.

Destination New Zealand

Monday, August 24, 2015 Add Comment

New Zealand boasting its snowy peaks, golden beaches, shimmering lakes and ancient rainforests, at every step there is a picture postcard. A favorite activity among tourists in New Zealand is the camping in tents or in simple huts in the woods, or near a beach or river. The Maori culture, both traditional and contemporary, is another major attraction for tourists. There are deserted beaches hundreds of kilometers long, deep fjords and coves accessible only by sea, active volcanoes, geysers, hot springs, great lakes, green hills, the highest mountains in Oceania, glaciers that reach the rainforest, kauri, second in size only to the redwoods, a dense undergrowth with various species of ferns, including the beautiful fern trees as high as 15 meters.