Many cities around the world have wall art that talks about the city, the life, the people, and much else. It’s colorful, witty, holds stories, and certain pieces are a major tourist attraction. We focus on 8 such cities around the world that are a canvas for this art form, ones that hold it out like flags for people to see and admire, and are inspiration to many art and design enthusiasts around the world.
Edith Wharton once said, “to visit Morocco is still like turning the pages of some illuminated Persian manuscript all embroidered with bright shapes and subtle lines”. We all know Morocco for its colorful arts, crafts and textiles, but did you know that in Morocco, it is possible to see the Atlantic and the Mediterranean at the same time?
Most of us know of famous fests around the world with a trip to the next Tommorowland, Coachella, Oktoberfest and Burning Man planned in our bucket list. But how many of you have already check listed the 10 most famous cultural fests in India? If you failed to notice – India, the hub of varied tradition and vivid culture – is also the venue to some landmark global events – such as the legendary Kumbh Mela and the yearly Jaipur Literature Fest. Adding on each year are new events that are celebrating India’s rich landscapes, music, dance, history, and also our growing market of independent cinema and music.
Melbourne is designed to be a grid, at least towards the center of the city. For the whole Central Business District (CBD),the blocks are similarly-sized and placed methodically, so as to line up with one another, which makes navigating them on foot very easy and straightforward. It also means that a lot of little laneways have popped up over the years, leading to many small and interesting nooks and crannies to form within these city blocks.
We are NOT Australia. New Zealand is NOT an island off the coast of Australia. In fact, we are an island nation in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. Unlike Australia, New Zealand is not stinking hot, and we don’t have any animals that can kill you, which is a bonus! New Zealand is 100% independent from Australia, and like any country we have our own customs, culture and history.
Every individual is called a Cuban. They call themselves Sugar: white, mid-brown and brown. Cuban people are allowed little political expression and are subjected to censorship, yet the Cuban culture is flamboyant. Cuba is known not only for its mesmerizing beauty but also its hospitality and the unwavering determination to hold on to their culture. Continue reading to know more.
“You shouldn’t drink the water. I imagine everyone is familiar with this rule. In San Luis Potosí, Mexico the majority of locals don’t even drink the water. Stick to bottled water or dispenser water.” Like every other country in the world – Mexico too comes with its own quirks – good and bad – so here are the 11 things you should know about this country before you visit…
Wings of Wax, a widely acclaimed ballet performance, opened Thursday night at the Boston Opera House in Downtown Crossing, Boston. Structured in three parts – George Balanchine’s Donizetti Variations, Jiri Kylian’s Wings of Wax, and Alexander Ekman’s Cacti – the two-hour show by the Boston Ballet combines live orchestra performances with dances choreographed around curious props.
A video glimpse of our homestay – A ten cottage homestay sits calmly in the hills of Garhwal, Uttarakhand. Its a mountain farm with an infinite view of the Himalayas. It’s The Goat Village.
Sometimes people fail to inspire us. And that is why I believe they made storybooks. Off late I have been lacking some motivation – maybe the current political environment is not suiting me well. As a healthy alternative I decided to go back to books and look back at times when we were kids. I remember the world was a much better place then. And in a bundle of my children books I found my favorite Bear! – “Winnie-the-Pooh”
Cuba´s internet is not only one of the slowest in the world, it is also the youngest – and the most wanted. Cubans have been cut off from the rest of the world for too long. Now is their time to take over Facebook and Twitter. They are more than ready for it.
My husband (Mr. H) often complains about my reaction-less attitude to bad airports, delayed flights, less than average accommodations, cancelled tours and activities and well-planned plans gone dramatically wrong. Deep down, even after three years of being married, he is still unsure if he really likes or dislikes my indifference to such annoying situations, and if he can ever make peace with it. While he gets really upset and worked up about spoiled plans, I continue to laze around to kill time, watch any lousy TV series to keep me entertained or look for the next best available option to get me out of my current ‘not-so-perfect’ situation.
Despite many commenters from around the globe arguing that there was no way the genre would ever become a regular staple in British television, sixteen years later there are more reality TV shows being produced in Britain than ever before. They are so popular that many of them have their own behind-the-scenes shows, national tours and apps. Today, we thought we’d explore Britain’s obsession with reality TV to see just how deep their love goes.
A 10 cottage homestay sits calmly in the hills of Garhwal, Uttarakhand. The kitchen staff prepares a simple and authentic meal with ingredients that are locally produced in the farmlands around. Often you will hear the bells of the grazing goats and cows, while you sit by the huge windows of your room that open up to an infinite view of the Himalayan mountains. There is no electricity to charge your gadgets so you can happily bid a goodbye to technology. A solar lamp will come your way in the night, while the mornings are an early start with the first ray of bright sunshine. This is a typical day in THE GOAT VILLAGE.
Popular styles of coffee have changed drastically throughout the years. In western countries, the popularity of different types of coffee has been dictated largely by both technology and market trends.