Tips for Ladakh Bike Trip March 7, 2017
It is not just having a leather jacket, funky sun glasses, some swag stuffs and full tank bike accomplishes you as a tremendous bike rider. Some routes need much more. Sometimes, your courage, skills and intelligence are the correct ingredients you may need. A bike trip on Leh- Manali highway is the biggest challenge you can face as a bike rider. On 469 km journey, your ability to fight against all odds would be tested. In...
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Best Time to Visit Kenya February 17, 2017
The island of Lamu is one of the most popular destinations Best Time to Visit Kenya and is known for its calm and peaceful environment. The island has been a trading port for centuries and is now a certified tourist attraction. Located just northeast of Mombasa, Lamu’s main town, which shares the island’s name, is the oldest living town in East Africa and thus, is designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Lamu Mombasa Kenya Because of Lamu’s narrow streets and compact...
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Christmas Around The World December 1, 2016
Jingle bell…jingle bell…!!!!!!!!!! O yeah!! Christmas around the world is coming with chilling summer…knocking at your door. It’s the time of year ending…better to say time to go in the new year to grab the new energy, refreshment of life from your monotonous , hectic daily routine. And here you can go out right now around the worldwide to take a new taste of your life with upcoming Christmas as well as upcoming New Year. Let’s...
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The Dome of the Rock December 1, 2016
It is situated on Haram Al-Sharif in Jerusalem; it is a stunning example of Islamic architecture & also a holiest place around the world. It was built in the seventh century; its structure is an octagonal structure, a dome op famous gold and work of tile inspired by the Byzantine style. Inside this, the Foundation Stone, a holy symbol of both Muslim and Jewish faiths
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Sheikh Zayed Mosque November 30, 2016
This is in Abu Dhabi 7 is a marvel of Islamic architecture. Inspired by Moorish ,Arab & Persian design, this sets itself apart from its predecessors by its vast size, built to accommodate over 40,000 worshippers, the mosque’s white exterior reflected in water pools, and the spectacular with its interior, with marble columns with mother of pearl, Swarovski crystal chandeliers and Persian beautiful carpets.
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Khor al-Udaid November 30, 2016
It’s a unique landscape of Middle East, Khor al-Udaid charms with an extraordinary juxtaposition of sea and desert on the Qatari coast of the Persian Gulf. By day the sea smoothly makes up between the soft white sand dunes, creates a beautifully still and clear inland sea, before retreating at night again. At the time of sunsets, the landscape turns more glorious, reflecting magnificent colors on the sparkling waters and sands.
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