How to Tell The Difference Between a Real and Fake Route 66 Sign
eBay is Full of Route 66 Signs, some charging hundreds of dollars. I’ll tell you how to spot a fake fairly quickly so you can save your money for the real thing.
The Saint Menes Monastery in Egypt
Egypt is one of the countries that enjoy a wonderful variety of monuments and historical sites. Due to the long rich history of the country, extending to more than 7000 years, with diverse dynasties and kingdoms ruling over the land of the Nile, travelers who tour Egypt enjoy visiting several Pharaonic, Christian, and Islamic monuments.
Taxi for a Parcel?
We all know we can hop in a taxi and get from A to B. What about your parcels? Can you send them via taxi?
Reasons to Use a Travel Franchise When Looking for Your Next Holiday Deal
When it comes to finding that perfect holiday for you and your loved one or you and your family, then you want to ensure you find a deal that is bespoke to your needs and budget. You can do the search yourself, which means that you are going to waste valuable time or you can rely on a travel company who will be able to use their experience to provide you with the best deals that you can trust.
101 BAIL BONDS – Prescription for Trouble
Taking a vacation or just getting away for a long weekend can be just what the Doctor ordered. Loading up the car with all the things you need to make your getaway as relaxing, carefree, and enjoyable is just the beginning. Packing what you need could become your prescription for trouble.
A Sector Driven by Growth & Ambition
The travel and tourism industry has emerged as one of the largest and fastest growing economic sectors globally. The growth in the Indian travel and tourism industry is driven by a combination of rising income levels and changing lifestyles, development of diverse tourism offerings, and policy and regulatory support by the government authorities.The travel and tourism industry has emerged as one of the largest and fastest growing economic sectors globally. The growth in the Indian travel and tourism industry is driven by a combination of rising income levels and changing lifestyles, development of diverse tourism offerings, and policy and regulatory support by the government authorities.
A Window to a Foreign Land of a Bygone Time May Not Be That Far Away
The article is about the author’s experience and realization regarding how the flavor of history and/or culture of a distant land could possibly be found, enjoyed and appreciated even in one’s own home town/city in perspective of global migration. It’s a synopsis of the author’s sudden and unexpected visit to a historical place.
Top 10 Bike Trips in India for Every Bike Lover
A car drive may enliven you physically, but a drive on a two wheeler enlivens you spiritually. At least, that’s what motor biking enthusiasts have to say. It is fine that you are a biking enthusiast.
Things Not To Be Missed In Tanzania
Tanzania is among one of the most popular touristic destinations in Africa that grabs the attention of several travelers from various regions around the world. The country offers much excitement and many magnificent places to explore and activities to carry out. This is why we would be highlighting a number of places and activities that tourists who spend their vacations in Tanzania should never miss.
The Most Amazing Wonders of India
Planning to explore everything in India in one visit would virtually seem impossible. It is in fact an impossible mission to explore every interesting place and activity in a region with such a long rich history and wonderful natural areas. This is why we would today point out some of the most wonderful places and things travelers who tour India should not miss.
The festival of Teej is one of the largest festivals to be celebrated in India. It is celebrated according to the Hindu calendar during the month of Shravan. Teej is primarily celebrated in the north of India, being quite popular in states like Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and Punjab. The period during which Teej is celebrated is said to signify the beginning of monsoon, which takes place right after long and hot summers. Apart from signifying the beginning of monsoon, Teej is also celebrated in honor of the reunion between Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Married women from all over pray to the Goddess Parvati for the well-being and prosperity of their husbands. The festival of Teej is an occasion for fasting, splashy fashion, religious ceremonies and observances as well as a lot of singing and dancing. A lot of religious processions take place during Teej. These processions are colorful affairs where people enjoy themselves among family and friends soaring with the festive spirit.
The Most Amazing Highlights of Alexandria
One of the most amazing cities of the land of the Nile, Alexandria, nicknamed as the jewel of the Mediterranean, has a special magic of its own that attracts the love of many Egyptians and foreigners who spend their vacations in Egypt. Although it doesn’t hosts startling monuments like Cairo, Luxor, and Aswan and it doesn’t enjoy the marvels of the Red Sea like Hurghada and Sharm El Sheikh, Alexandria offers many excitements to tourists who enjoy their holidays in Egypt.
Like with most things, there’s an app for that. Taxi services have jumped on the bandwagon and now everything from hailing one to paying for one can be done from your phone.
Tips and Tricks That Will Surely Help You Make Your Travelling Memories Remarkable
In this ever growing field of photography, apply some small tricks like photo stamping, camera positioning, etc. to improve and make your travel photography stunning. Having wondrous collection of photographs will give you an opportunity to relive those joyous moments again in life.
7 Of The Most Beautiful Mosques In The World
Are you a holy person? If you are, you most likely be interested in knowing about the most beautiful mosques in the world. Here they are: Al Haram Mosque-Mecca, Saudi Arabia It’s the most famous worship mosque in the world. According to the Qur’an, it’s the first house built for humanity to worship Allah. It’s the world’s largest mosque and surrounds Kaaba, the holiest places for the Muslims. The current structure covers an area of 99 acres and includes both indoor and outdoor praying spaces. During the period of Hajj, it can accommodate up to 4 million people.