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Helping Hurricane Sandy Victims

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With the festive period upon us, I was just thinking ways with which we could make a difference to fellow human beings. After all, the festive period is all about that – being generous, giving gifts, cherishing bonds and the like.

And what better way to show you care than help Hurricane Sandy Victims? It’s been close to two months [...] Continue Reading…

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Winter Wonderland Spectacular!

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 Rides, ice skating, a Christmas market and mouth-watering food can only mean one thing: Winter Wonderland at Hyde Park, of course!  This is the absolute best way to get into the holiday spirit and there is so much to do that will have you wanting to come back for more. 

You don’t have to be an Olympian to go ice [...] Continue Reading…

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10 Fast Facts about Sydney

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Sydney, the capital of New South Wales is the largest, oldest and most cosmopolitan city in Australia. The city, which is also home to the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge, has some interesting facts about it. Read on for our collection:

1. Sydney is the 73rd most populous city in the world. It is also the 21st [...] Continue Reading…

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Revisit the Olympic Park!

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Even if you didn’t get a chance to see the 2012 Olympics live in London, you don’t have to worry about never being able to see the venues! The Park is still open for tours even now, and the venues will be reopening in 2013 for public use! The Olympic Park, to be renamed the Queen Elizabeth Olympic [...] Continue Reading…

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Visit Three Countries in a Day!

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Three different times of the day, three different activities and three different…countries? Yes, countries! It is very possible to visit three countries in one day, especially when on the Mediterranean Coast stretching between France and Italy. What some people don’t realise is how close these bordering countries are with each other- something I certainly did not understand until [...] Continue Reading…

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Relaxing Spa Getaways!

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Do you sometimes feel that vacation causes more stress than it should?  All of the travelling, packing, organizing, and walking can really take a toll on our minds and bodies.  Well, here are a few tours that will have you so relaxed!  
Champagne, softly lit candles and hot stones can only mean one thing: a stone massage for two at [...] Continue Reading…

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New Year’s Kiss

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A friend once told me that her New Year’s resolution was to be kissed as the clock struck twelve on the first day of the New Year. So here are some great and different places that I would suggest for that magical kiss with that special someone:

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Famous for its Carnival, Rio is also great destination [...] Continue Reading…

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Doge’s Palace Venice

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The Palazzo Ducalo, Venice, also known as the Doge’s Palace, combined with St Mark’s Cathedral and St Mark’s Square make up the most beautiful architectural complex in the world. The Palace on its own is a very impressive complex. Every façade is really striking, whether you approach on a boat via the Lagoon or from La Piazza (St Marks’s [...] Continue Reading…

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The Giverny Gardens

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It is said that many of Monet’s works were created twice – the first time at his garden and the second on canvas. And the gardens are really an artistic creation with profusion of flowering plants and trees randomly placed. Yet the beauty lies in its seeming randomness. Monet disliked regimented gardens and scattered flowering plants and trees randomly [...] Continue Reading…

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First-timers’ Guide to Travelling to China

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Travelling to a new place can be a very daunting prospect for some. China, with it being so impossibly vast and diverse isn’t any easier. Being the most-populated land on the planet, it is imperative to know what to expect once you’ve decided to travel to China. To help you venture out to the unknown, here are some basic, [...] Continue Reading…

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