Afro-Peruvian Music: The S...

By Marianne Comilang When you think of Peruvian music, the pan flutes of the Andean highlands most likely come to mind. But Peru is a rich and diverse country and as you head down the coast south of Lima, here’s where you’ll begin to hear a different type of sound – the undeniably seductive rhythms and infectious grooves of Afro-Peruvian music.   Where to Go Chincha and the district of El...

Fly High By Cheap Flights

What is the best way to travel? The answers would be, getting the cheapest flights, booking early, booking on weekdays and so on. However, half of the facts are veiled in untruth. You have to understand that cheap flights cannot just be booked in a jiffy. You have to take into consideration many aspects. Let us take a look at some myths prevailing about cheap flight booking. Tuesdays Are Good- Weekends...

Australia’s Best Cit...

By Flora Cox Australia’s Best cities for foodies With numerous food tours around the Australian cities it will be easy for you to know all the minutiae about Australian dining. Engage with some of best Australian wine makers as you tour some of the world’s re-known wineries. To get you started below are some of the top foodie cities not to miss out on your gourmet tour. Sydney Perched to the Tasman Sea,...

Quent Cordair Fine Art Is ...

Both Norm and I are fans of the artwork displayed and sold by Quent Cordair Fine Art. In fact, we have several pieces by artists it represents. We are happy to say that while they are working hard to get the gallery reopened, they are still open online. Check out the website www.cordair.com. They need support of those who appreciate romantic realism now more than ever, as they move ahead. I will be...

Courchevel: it doesn’t get...

By Shakira Chanrai It’s fair to say that I’m clumsy, particularly when it comes to mobile phones – agreeing to insure me was possibly the worst decision my insurance provider could make. For example, a couple of months ago I broke my Samsung S4 by dropping it approximately 30 feet onto a squash court – if you haven’t played squash before, I can tell you that the hard floor is pretty unforgiving not just...

A Day in Nantucket

With summer coming to a close, I find myself drifting back to my time spent on Nantucket this past July. It’s a place that was made for daydreams and I long to be back on the island. One of the days I keep going back to is one I spent with my friend Elizabeth Kochor. We actually met in Nantucket, and she ended up being my official tour guide during my stay. We hit it off immediately and as a regular...

Experience the Annual Chel...

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 2014 www.insightvacations.com FOR MORE INFORMATION Contact: Arnelle Kendall Telephone: (561) 330-0850 Email: arnelle.kendall@travcorpusa.com Experience the Annual Chelsea Flower Show with Insight Vacations The Chelsea Flower Show has been adequately described as mother nature’s version of Paris Fashion Week. Every year, more than 150,000 visitors flock to London in anxious...

Revealing Top 10 Incredibl...

India being the world’s 7th largest country, has been stretched from the high mountain ranges of the Himalayas in the North towards the tropical greenery of Kerala in the South and washes the western shores with Arabian Sea till the culture and tribes of the Eastern region, is one of the richest countries in terms of its cultural and geographical diversity of the world. There are number of attractions of...

Kashmiri Kahwah (Tea) Reci...

By Debashis Das Kahwah (Urdu: قہوہ‎, also transliterated qehwa, kehwa or kahwa) is a traditional green tea preparation consumed in Afghanistan, northern Pakistan, some regions of Central Asia as well as the Kashmir Valley. In Pakistan, it is made in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Gilgit-Baltistan regions. It is a popular breakfast beverage among Kashmiris, generally accompanied with special Kashmiri baked...

Paranormal Galaxy Radio In...

Last week, I was invited to be on Paranormal Galaxy radio show hosted by Alan Cox and Sherrie Wilkolaski. Alan is from the U.K. and Sherrie is from the U.S. Before I agreed, I asked, “I consider myself to have E.S.P. rather than psychic powers. Will Alan be okay with that?”   “Yes, of course.”   And indeed he was. Our hour flew by and I just wanted to share my interview...
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