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My Favourite Sunshine Coast Places

by Kathy @ 50 Shades of Age

Over the years l’ve spent a lot of weekends visiting the Sunshine Coast attending surf carnivals, when our kids were Nippers, and having the occasional weekend getaway with my husband or with my girlfriends. For me it is a relatively easy two and a half hour drive north of the Gold Coast, but it’s like...

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Etihad A380 First Apartment – Flight EY 460 Abu Dhabi-AUH to Melbourne-MEL – Part 2

by jeffrey @ Weekend Blitz

This post is continued from Etihad A380 First Apartment – Flight EY 460 Abu Dhabi-AUH to Melbourne-MEL – Part 1. Check it out to see the first half of the review.

BATHROOM

Proving size was really the theme of the experience, even the bathroom was huge:

I took a quick glimpse of the stairs, just to confirm that we were, in fact, on the 2nd floor:

ON-BOARD BAR

Before turning in for the night, we walked around the cabin to explore the on-board bar.

The bar is situated on the top deck of the A380 aircraft, in-between First and Business class:

It was completely empty when we made our way over.

We were a bit dismayed to find that the bar wasn’t stocked as it normally is due to Ramadan, but you can certainly lounge in the area. A flight attendant came over and said that she’d be happy to discreetly make us a drink of our choice in the galley and then bring it in.

The bone-dry bar

The sitting/lounging area was very nice and had seating for 6. We took a few pictures and then headed back to our seats for bed.

THE SEAT – SLEEPING CONVERSION

Having had plenty of food and drinks for one day, we decided it was time to catch a few zzzzs. The flight attendant swiftly converted the suite to sleeping mode while we got ready for bed in the bathroom.

We returned to find the sofa portion of the seat folded down and nicely made up with comfortable sheets and pillows. One of the coolest parts is that, if the divider between the apartments is lowered, our beds were basically touching, so we had the illusion of sleeping in the same bed, which is a nice option if you’re traveling together.

While in the bathroom, we took the opportunity to change into the provided pajamas which was the perfect decision before hopping into the lavish bed.

Pajama time!

The bed is huge and is advertised as 6 feet 10 inches long!

SHOWER

About 3.5 hours before departure, the flight attendants realized that I was awake and came by to announce that I could have a shower whenever I wanted. I let her know soon after and she set off to prepare it. If one is offered the opportunity to shower at 6+ miles high in the sky, there is no choice but to take advantage.

The shower area was loaded down with Bergamote amenities:

Here are a few poor quality photos, sorry in advance:

Pretty crazy and surreal to shower in the sky. The bathroom is large enough to change in and there’s a hairdryer stocked there, too, so the shower is a comfortable experience.

INTERNET

After taking a refreshing shower, I enjoyed a cappuccino and did a bit of computer work.

I purchased Internet for the entire flight for $21.95 and found it to be quite fast and very usable! A quick speed test rendered download speeds of ~4.5 Mbps but upload speeds of only 0.17 Mbps, good thing sending emails and browsing the internet mostly relies on the download speed.

The sun was up [...]

One&Only Reethi Rah Maldives

by upbai @ Touristcompanies

A palm-fringed island idyll offering an array of facilities, powder-soft beaches and fabulous dining options.

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Desert Golf Courses: Dubai Abu Dhabi

by Danielle McDonald @ Go Golfing

Go Golfing Golf Tours

There’s something about playing on a green golfing oasis in the middle of the desert that just really gets us excited. Sitting pretty like a mirage amongst the sandy cityscapes of Dubai and Abu Dhabi you’ll find some of the best desert golf courses the...

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Stefania Moon & Family – August 2017

by Samnang Chhon @ Asia Natural Tour – ANT

We have just been back to our life in Italy from Korea. For me, this summer vacation became very meaningful.  All of my friends liked our photo in Siem Reap. I suggest all of them to visit Angkor Wat and Cambodia. As our tour guide, Peak did a good job to explain about your country...

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Northern New South Wales Must See Places

by Kathy @ 50 Shades of Age

From the Queensland/New South Wales border there are many great coastal spots between Tweed Heads and Coffs Harbour. Hitch up your caravan, pack your tent or self-drive a campervan and head off to Northern New South Wales must see places. There is plenty to see so take your time crawling down the coast. Here’s a...

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Cambodian PM hosts new Vietnamese Ambassador

by robert @ VietNam Breaking News

The diplomat conveyed greetings from General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) Nguyen Phu Trong, President Tran Dai Quang, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc and Chairwoman of the National Assembly Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan to Prime Minister Hun Sen and his wife. Ambassador Minh presented his credentials to Cambodian King Norodom Sihamoni in […]

Appreciation Letter from International SOS Group Director

by Samnang Chhon @ Asia Natural Tour – ANT

Dear All On behalf of our 80 people at International SOS and of course thank you so much from Dr Myles and I and Angela, for your amazing help, dedication to the task, and outstanding service last week. All our people were amazed and thrilled and all commented how lovely and helpful and professional you...

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ILO helps improve working conditions for textile employees

by robert @ Uncategorized – VietNam Breaking News

The programme will be conducted over five years supporting the government in improving labour standards, and working with companies to build a more effective process for abiding to them. The focus will be on increasing the efficiency of enterprises, widening their consumer services and thereby promoting overall economic development. Vietnam is the first nation chosen […]

Hop to it! Easy Escapes

by chief @ Holiday Bazaar

We’ve made it easy to book your next escape **All package rates are subject to date, hotel, flight availability and Early Bird Offers thus they may vary according to the booking dates** GET A FLIGHT QUOTE  ...

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Vietnam firms give employees a break to cheer team in AFC U23 semis

by robert @ VietNam Breaking News

Many companies in Vietnam have allowed their staff to get some time off of work to watch the Golden Stars’ historic semifinal game at the AFC U23 Championship in China on Tuesday afternoon. Vietnam won the historic semifinal spot after a 5-3 quarterfinal penalty shootout victory, following a tense 3-3 draw after extra time, over Iraq […]

VN’s Cinderella hits cinemas today

VN’s Cinderella hits cinemas today


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Movie star and director/producer Ngô Thanh Vân’s second film, Tấm Cám-Chuyện Chưa Kể (Tấm Cám-The Untold Story), was released in cinemas today.

Did you find what you were looking for in Dubai? Dubai Summer Savers!!

by chief @ Holiday Bazaar

Tour Price Includes: 4 Nights Accommodation on Bed & Breakfast basis unless indicated, return transfers and economy class airfare on Emirates Airlines inclusive of airport taxes *Nairobi Dubai Travel Must be on EK 718 effective 1st June 2017* Tour Price Excludes: Excursions & Visa Fee **Term...

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Andaz Wall Street New York

by upbai @ Touristcompanies

Lower Manhattan is thriving and this chic property is leading the way.

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Old Harbour Hotel India

by upbai @ Touristcompanies

The Old Harbour is a sprawling 300-year-old property in a beautiful garden in the historical heart of Fort Kochi, owned at various times by the Dutch, Portuguese and British.

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Heading to Singapore? How to avoid the summer surcharge

Heading to Singapore? How to avoid the summer surcharge


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Two-night travel package has deals to suit every pocket and taste

Cambodia CTM - Corporate Travel Management Cambodia

Cambodia CTM - Corporate Travel Management Cambodia


Asia Natural Tour - ANT

Corporate Travel Management Cambodia Experts from the local DMC working with you is the wisest solution for you to get the best cost and time effectiveness

Le Golf National: Is it Ryder Cup Fit?

by Sylvie @ Go Golfing

Go Golfing Golf Tours

The Ryder Cup is a global golf phenomenon. It dominates the headlines, courts controversy, ignites social media, and draws in millions of non-fans. In 2018, the Ryder Cup makes its way to Le Golf National. When you get there you get the feeling that you...

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Low Season Getaway Offers with the Travel Gurus

by chief @ Holiday Bazaar

Something for Everyone It’s never too late to plan your next getaway. Take advantage of our early bird rates. Choose between City, Bush and Beach destinations: Nairobi, Mara, Tsavo West, Malindi, Mombasa, South Coast, Zanzibar and Rwanda. GET A FLIGHT QUOTE...

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Our Deal Question and Answers

Our Deal Question and Answers


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Our Deal: 14 questions and 29 answers on Australia's largest opinion site ProductReview.com.au. Ask a question about Our Deal in Daily Deals / Group Buying

Zuji - Asia Pacific’s leading online travel agency - Touristcompanies

Zuji - Asia Pacific’s leading online travel agency - Touristcompanies


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ZUJI is one of Asia Pacific’s leading online travel agencies, a position the company has held for more than 10 years.

Go Golf at the Pearl of the Kenya Coast

by kristine @ Holiday Bazaar

Whether you’re looking for a relaxing getaway, a place to do business or some motivating staff incentives, Kenya has few golf resorts as attractive as the Leisure Lodge at Diani Beach. Known as “the pearl of the Kenyan coast”, this resort combines a fantastic golf course with a beautiful...

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2017 Centara World Masters Wrap-Up

by Danielle McDonald @ Go Golfing

Go Golfing Golf Tours

The Verdict Is In: Thailand’s Most Enjoyed Week of Golf! Golfers have been quick to rate the fourth annual Centara World Masters Golf Championship hosted in Hua Hin as the best-organised event ever. Karen Chenoweth, stated that the tournament organisation is brilliant and she will come again...

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Make 2018 a Year to Remember

by Sylvie @ Go Golfing

Go Golfing Golf Tours

2018 is here, and it is somehow a reminder of how fast life goes by. “Now” may be the perfect time to be dreaming of new travel experiences for 2018 and locking those in. Our collection of tours attracts a great mix of golfers with a...

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Zuji – Asia Pacific’s leading online travel agency

by upbai @ Touristcompanies

ZUJI is one of Asia Pacific’s leading online travel agencies, a position the company has held for more than 10 years.

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Mid-North Coast of New South Wales Must Sees

by Kathy @ 50 Shades of Age

The New South Wales coastline has always held a lot of intrigue to me. Last time I took you on a tour of Northern New South Wales must see places from Tweed Heads in the north down to Coffs Harbour in the south. Continuing on from Coffs Harbour to Newcastle, referred to as the Mid-North Coast, there...

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Here’s What It’s Like Inside Airport Lounges

by Andrew D'Amours @ Flytrippers

Did you know that there are VIP lounges in almost every airport? Have you ever wondered what the experience is like inside those lounges? Here’s your chance to find out … and learn more about how to access them for free*! Let’s make something clear from

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Tuzza Travel | 34% off South East Asia Tours with G-Adventures, yes its true

Tuzza Travel | 34% off South East Asia Tours with G-Adventures, yes its true


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How to Find the Cheapest Dates For Your Destination

by Kevin Gagnon @ Flytrippers

Being flexible with your destination is definitely the best way to save on airline tickets. But here’s how to save money even when you have a very specific destination in mind. If you don’t have any flexibility with your dates, you should use our main search tool

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Golf Caddie: Top Tips For Maximum Enjoyment

by Danielle McDonald @ Go Golfing

Go Golfing Golf Tours

Our tours to exotic destinations such as Dubai, Vietnam and India will see you tee off in luxury with carts and caddies included at most courses to really add wow factor to your experience. With highly skilled local caddies, you may never read a green...

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Palacio Duhau – Park Hyatt Buenos Aires Review

by mccown @ Weekend Blitz

We loved staying right in the center of the Recoleta district of Buenos Aires on our trip to Argentina. While there are many wonderful neighborhoods in BA (all with very different personalities), this area is considered by many to be the most affluent neighborhood in the city, filled with lavish homes and fancy shops and restaurants. The famous Recoleta Cemetery is also located in this area, so there’s plenty to see and do all around.

BOOKING

We booked with Hyatt Cash+Points for $125 + 10,000 points per night. Cash rates are easily in the $500+ range, so it makes redeeming points a very attractive offer.

We used a Suite Night Award and were booked into a “Park Suite King” and “59 to 72 sqm: Sitting area: Shower and bathtub: Flat TV: DVD: Butler.”

CHECK-IN

When we were headed to the hotel from the domestic airport (Buenos Aires-AEP), the cab driver had never heard of the hotel– we had to show him name of hotel– but it wasn’t until he read the address that he finally had a general idea of where to take us. Then, he drove right past the entrance, but we said it was fine and just jumped out at the intersection. Walking up, the hotel staff obviously seemed a bit confused that we were arriving by (what looked to be) foot.

At check-in, she confirmed our stay and rate and said, “we have a great room for you in our historic building” — perfect. As it turns out, there are essentially 2 hotels in one: a newer building with many more rooms and the old, renovated “palace” or mansion, connected by a courtyard (and underground walkway).

underground walkway between the two buildings

ROOM

The room, a Park Suite on the Palace side, was very well appointed but somewhat small. In fact, I’m not sure that it could even qualify as a “suite” as it had no separate sitting area or room, just a bedroom with a very large bathroom. From what we’ve read online, the suites are much larger in the newer, more contemporary building, but we really liked the style, feel and decor of the Palace building with the very stately feel of the deep molding around the ceiling and the huge antique windows.

view from room window

Within a few hours of checking in, two of the “butlers” arrived with our welcome gift: a fruit tray with apples, some type of chocolate snack and a bottle of Malbec wine.

BATHROOM

The bathroom was huge- almost as big as the bedroom itself. There’s a bathtub in the main, open area with the sinks and then a closed-in shower and separate toilet area. Plenty of space for two people to get ready at the same time.

SERVICE

While we didn’t need anything special while we were there, we found the service at check-in, breakfast, etc. to be top-notch. They were very helpful if needed, and friendly- everything we’ve come to expect and appreciate in a Park Hyatt.

Welcome letter

PROPERTY

The historic property feels regal and luxurious and, for us, provided a comfortable [...]

The Free Bank Account Every Canadian Traveller MUST Have

by Kevin Gagnon @ Flytrippers

How would you like to get $50 completely free? Read on! Flytrippers is an online travel media: our mission is to help you travel more, for less. We do that mainly by curating the best flight deals from Vancouver and 8 other Canadian cities on

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Etihad Airways Flagship First Class Lounge – Abu Dhabi-AUH

by jeffrey @ Weekend Blitz

A trip to the Etihad Airways First Class Lounge in Abu Dhabi was the warm-up to the main event: flying the Etihad First Apartment from Abu Dhabi to Melbourne. It was essentially the only reason we had chosen to route from the US to Australia via the Middle East. And a visit to the brand new lounge was nearly as exciting as flying the A380 since our trip was just about 3 weeks after the May 30th grand opening–talk about timing!

As a result, we were purposely very, VERY early arriving at the airport for as much lounge-time as possible before heading to our gate. We checked in quickly and were welcomed into the lounge which is located immediately after going through security.

CHECK-IN/ACCESS

We were greeted at the entrance and, after checking our boarding passes, she ushered us onto an elevator. One of the best parts about this lounge is the exclusivity, access cannot be purchased at the gate and there are very few ways to gain access. Here’s a list of ways in:

Etihad guests of The Residence Etihad First Class guests Etihad Guest Platinum member + 1 guest Etihad Airways Partner airlines platinum members + 1 guest Virgin Australia Velocity Platinum members + 1 guest

First thoughts: the lounge is absolutely huge! It is apparently nearly 1,700 sq m (18,000+ sq ft) and has more than 16 “zones”, i.e. distinct areas that help break up the lounge and make it feel very private, even if you’re one of 100 guests.

FOOD & DINING

After arriving in the lounge, we kept up with the standard procedure of our trip thus far: eating a meal while not hungry in the least. A server showed us to a nice window seat and we began the quite elaborate dining process. In fact, I imagine this is how most people kill their limited time in the lounge. Our start-to-stop dining experience was nearly 1.5 hours.

–> FULL-SERVICE DINING

The full-service dining area was enormous

Full-service dining area

Views of…mainly construction + a few airplanes

Our server didn’t have to do too much arm twisting to convince us to try the 5-course Emirates Palace tasting menu.

Emirates Palace Dining Menu

The multi-course feast consisted of the following: starter (dates), foie gras de terrine (a course that we added from the a la carte menu), soup, scallops, lamb and then a great dessert.

The first course was a simple date filled with yogurt and crumbled pistachio. The sweet and delicious snack definitely left us wanting more.

Dates with Chami: fresh dates with local homemade yogurt

We added on a course of the Foie Gras Terrine, because, why not?

Foie Gras Terrine: slow-roasted plums, fig and ginger jam with bitter almond tuile

The chicken & barley soup was also good but we didn’t eat it all to save room for the next courses.

Chicken and Barley Soup: rich broth with tender poached pieces of chicken, onion and fresh coriander

The next dish, Scallops Mughrabia was by far the highlight of the meal. Mughrabia is a traditional ingredient in Lebanese cuisine and is essentially a type of [...]

Kanamean Nishitomiya Kyoto

by upbai @ Touristcompanies

An elegant Kyoto ryokan inn with contemporary touches run by charismatic fifth-generation family owners.

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You Could Be Paid To Lay In The Sand!

by Kevin Gagnon @ Flytrippers

Attention to all who like to do nothing! A travel agency is looking for someone like you! To be paid an hourly wage to do literally nothing. And it’s not even a joke. Not a joke, but a marketing campaign and a contest disguised as

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Set your sights on Isalo National Park Madagascar

by kristine @ Holiday Bazaar

Madagascar is an island full of fascinating destinations offered by Holiday Bazaar Kenya. One of the island’s most dramatic landmarks is undoubtedly the Isalo National Park. Up on its plateau, you’ll feel like you’re on another planet — among rocks wrought into exotic shapes by the wind ...

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Ovolo Central Hong Kong

by upbai @ Touristcompanies

Ovolo is a family-owned business that has five hotels in Hong Kong.

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Flying Blue Promo Awards: 25% off select Air France/KLM Routes June – July 2017

by jeffrey @ Weekend Blitz

Note: Booking began on Saturday, April 1, 2017.

Don’t miss out on Flying Blue’s spring promo, which allows you to book Air France/KLM awards for 20-25% less than normal in June and July 2017:

The Deal

Award bookings on Air France/KLM routes have been reduced by 20-25% for travel between June 1, 2017 – July 31, 2017.

For those of us sitting in ‘Merica, we’ll be most interested in:

REGION—- USA CITY——————————- Boston-BOS to Europe———– CABIN—— Business—— 1-way—- 46,875— Round-trip 93,750——-

 

All destinations below. Note:  Everything is to/from Europe.

25% off destinations

RegionEurope to/fromAirportCabinRound-tripDiscount AfricaLagos KinshasaFIHEconomy22,50025% off AfricaLagos KinshasaFIHBusiness45,00025% off AfricaDakarDKREconomy37,50025% off AfricaCotonouCOOEconomy37,50025% off Asia-PacificGuangzhouCANPrem Econ120,00025% off Asia-PacificBeijingPEKPrem Econ120,00025% off Asia-PacificShanghaiPVGPrem Econ120,00025% off Asia-PacificWuhanWUHPrem Econ120,00025% off Asia-PacificWuhanWUHBusiness150,00025% off Asia-PacificXiamenXMNBusiness150,00025% off Asia-PacificHong KongHKGPrem Econ120,00025% off Asia-PacificHo Chi MinhSGNPrem Econ120,00025% off CaribbeanHavanaHAVPrem Econ90,00025% off EuropeLyon, FranceLYSEconomy13,60020% off EuropeStuttgart, GermanySTREconomy13,60020% off EuropeBremen, GermanyBREEconomy13,60020% off EuropeInverness, ScotlandINVEconomy13,60020% off EuropeTurin, ItalyTRNEconomy16,80020% off EuropeHelsinkiHELEconomy16,80020% off EuropeGdansk, PolandGDNEconomy20,00020% off EuropeGraz, AustriaGRZEconomy16,80020% off USA/N. AmericaBostonBOSBusiness93,75025% off USA/N. AmericaMexicoMEXBusiness93,75025% off

 

How to Get It Head to Flying Blue here to see full list of routes: Promo Awards Reference our How-to: Booking Air France/KLM flight post Book between April 1 – 30, 2017 Enjoy your savings!

Don’t forget: 

Booking for this deal runs from April 1 to April 30, 2017 “Reservations must be made exclusively on www.airfrance.com or www.klm.com (except for bookings for children, infants and minors, who are not authorized to book an award on the website).” You’ll still get hit with fuel surcharges! We’ve got a How-to Guide for booking flights with Flying Blue points.

BOTTOM LINE: While the only relevant flight out of the US is Boston, 25% off is still better than nothing and will land you in Europe (or Northern Africa) for 93,750 miles + around $500 in Business Class.

Local students awarded for public toilet plan

by robert @ Uncategorized – VietNam Breaking News

Pham Thi Thien Ngan and Vo Thi Quynh Nghi were awarded VND30 million in cash in total. Their public toilet proposal, which would cost VND4 billion (US$250,000), aims to be environmentally friendly and economical. The silver prize of VND20 million went to a project called “Turning the Traditional Vietnamese Market into a Supermarket” by the […]

Lufthansa A350 Business Class – Munich-MUC to Delhi-DEL LH 762

by jeffrey @ Weekend Blitz

After touching down a bit late from our inbound flight from Charlotte, we scurried from Terminal H to L by taking a short train. We were assigned gate L13 and, fortunately, the Lufthansa Lounge was directly across the hall. This allowed us about 45 mins to get showers and freshen up for the next 7-8 hour flight.

BOOKING

We booked this flight using United MileagePlus Miles. We spent a total of 90,000 miles each for the Business Class award, including:

Lufthansa Business Class Charlotte-CLT to Munich-MUC Lufthansa Business Class Munich-MUC to Delhi-DEL Air India Business Class Delhi-DEL to Colombo-CMB United Economy Class Charleston-CHS to Newark-EWR

We purposely switched our flights around to have the opportunity to fly Lufthansa’s first A350 since it was a bit of a novelty and was still basically brand new.

CHECK-IN

Although most of the check-in was performed in Charlotte-CLT the day before, the gate agent was checking visas before boarding and marking boarding passes to help speed up the process later.

Boarding and visa check prior to boarding

LH D-AIXA waiting at the gate

BOARDING

Boarding was, as I’m sure we’ll be used to soon once in India, disorganized and very pushy. Quite crazy that people are in such a hurry to get on a plane that isn’t going to leave anyone behind.

Instead of breaking the boarding up by class or zone, they had priority boarding of wheelchairs and babies. But, that’s all the announcements they seemed to make as business class travelers just sort of started going through. Then, people were jumping lines; it was confusing and we didn’t know what to do next. Plus, while the priority boarders were still waiting on the elevator to take them downstairs, the business class travelers were streaming past them to get to the stairs….beating the priority boarders onto the plane. A bit odd…especially since this was Lufthansa.

Business Class boarding area, the calm before the storm of pushy people

Once past the gates, the jet bridge had 2 boarding doors, one for Economy and another for just Business Class (well also for First but the A350 is 3 cabin, not 4).

Rounding the corner, we found the bright, new and clean cabin:

Right after boarding we were offered a welcome drink:

SEAT

We quickly got situated into seats 5A and 5C.

The seats on this A350 are nothing new; it’s the same exact Business Class seat you’ll find on their A330s, A340s, A380s, 747-8s, etc.

It is, by all means, a great product, but it is quickly getting outdated as many other airlines have already switched to an all-aisle access Business Class cabin– that is to say: 1 x 2 x 1 as a seating configuration. Lufthansa, by contrast, has installed their standard (and relatively new) 2 x 2 x 2 seating configuration on this brand new plane.

Here’s the seating chart from Lufthansa’s A350s:

The Business class section (split up by a galley and lavatories) has 8 rows x 6 seats for a total of 48 seats.

And, here’s the seating chart for a bunch of other airlines that have received the A350; all of their cabins feature the 1-2-1 [...]

Kambodscha – Im Reich de Khmer / Cambodia Travel Documentary

by Samnang Chhon @ Asia Natural Tour – ANT

Kambodscha – Im Reich de Khmer / Cambodia Travel Documentary is Live Soon! Good News – 27 October 2017: Dear friends and partners, I am happy to announce the date for the broadcast of our travel documentary “Cambodia – Land of the Khmer“ for next week Saturday, 4/11/17, 7pm-8pm on Sat.1 German TV. Best regards,...

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45% Off All Lonely Planet Books

by Kevin Gagnon @ Flytrippers

Personally, I prefer to find all the information about a destination on my own by using Google for free, but I know that many people like to buy travel guidebooks. And if you buy guidebooks, then you should definitely buy the Lonely Planet guidebooks, which

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The Ritz-Carlton Shanghai, Pudong

by upbai @ Touristcompanies

This vivacious Art Deco jewel crowning a corporate skytower ticks all the boxes for a pampered east-bank stay, especially with its engaging service, blissful spa and excellent dining options.

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Etihad A380 First Apartment – Flight EY 460 Abu Dhabi-AUH to Melbourne-MEL – Part 1

by jeffrey @ Weekend Blitz

After spending a very enjoyable and luxurious 3+ hours in the Etihad Airways Flagship First Class Lounge – Abu Dhabi-AUH, it was time for the main event: The Etihad First Apartment!

BOOKING

We booked this bucket list flight using American Airlines AAdvantage miles for a total of 60,000 miles; this was before a major AAdvantage devaluation and now the flight would cost you 100,000 miles for the one-way route from the “Middle East” region to the “South Pacific” region. Furthermore, since we both have the Barclay AA credit card, we got a 10% rebate, driving the total price down to 54,000 miles + ~$79 in taxes each for the ~$6,300+ flight. We got even more value than that though since we arranged a 23 hours stopover in Melbourne-MEL before continuing on to Townsville, Australia-TSV in Qantas Business Class.

CHECK-IN

We were able to take advantage of the free Etihad Chauffeur Service from the Park Hyatt Dubai to Abu Dhabi International Airport for our Etihad flight.

Our (free!) chauffeur service

The trip took about 1.5 hours total.

The airport has a dedicated First & Business class check-in area.

And so the experience begins!

First Class check-in desks

We left the lounge and made the (extremely) long trek to Gate 61 in Terminal 3, literally the furthest away from the Lounge.

As we approached the gate area, they were doing a secondary document check:

BOARDING

Knowing it would be dark at the time of boarding, we snuck a few pictures before hopping in the lounge:

Etihad A6-APG sitting at the gate

We made our way down (ok, more so really up since we were on top deck) of the long jet bridge to board the flight.

We took a left after boarding to find the First Class cabin:

While I didn’t necessarily need to be shown to my seat since I’d studied it online numerous times and been counting down the days to this moment, a flight attendant escorted us anyway. She showed us to our seats, 3K and 4K:

Of the 9 First Class seats (well, 10 if you include The Residence), there were just 2 other passengers aboard, so 4 of us total.



SEAT

The seat was, well, let me just type a direct quote from McCown as we got settled it: “OMG. There was what I expected and anticipated from reading many, many reviews and then there’s the real thing. And let me just say, OMG.”

The sheer size and space and privacy are unprecedented and staggering.

The big, leather seat is luxurious and makes you feel like you’re visiting your grandfather instead of couped up on a plane.

The couch is perfect for having company over in your apartment. And then switched into a bed when you’re ready to sleep.

I mean, it’s realistically closer to a throne than a seat:

The empty neighboring suite

View from seat 4K

View of IFE and sofa (that converts to a bed)

The actual seat featured a few tactile buttons as well as a touchscreen for a variety of controls.

It was all really a sensory overload. The tiny compartments, sliding doors and gadgets and gizmos [...]

Building wind power projects on land costs less: experts

by robert @ Uncategorized – VietNam Breaking News

Vietnam has a large potential to develop wind power at sea but it should focus on the development of wind power on land first, Nguyen Ngoc Tan, an expert in wind power from Germany, suggested. At a seminar on wind power issues in Vietnam held on the afternoon of April 6th, the Vietnamese national said […]

The Free Bank Account Every Canadian Traveller MUST Have

by Kevin Gagnon @ Flytrippers

How would you like to get $50 completely free? Read on! Flytrippers is an online travel media: our mission is to help you travel more, for less. We do that mainly by curating the best flight deals from Toronto and 8 other Canadian cities on

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Vietnam tour promotion landing page that converts to sales | Landing page design contest

Vietnam tour promotion landing page that converts to sales | Landing page design contest


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Asia Vacation Group picked a winning design in their landing page design contest. For just $299 they received 57 designs from 25 designers.

Vietnam tour promotion landing page that converts to sales | Landing page design contest

Vietnam tour promotion landing page that converts to sales | Landing page design contest


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Asia Vacation Group picked a winning design in their landing page design contest. For just $299 they received 57 designs from 25 designers.

New Year, New Goals

by Kathy @ 50 Shades of Age

Yeah, yeah, we hear it every single new year! What are your new year resolutions? What are your dreams and goals for the upcoming year? It all gets a little tired, doesn’t it? After we’ve all over-indulged over the Christmas/New Year period we all tend to make resolutions pertaining to our health and well-being. But...

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India’s Taj Mahal: Why Will It Capture You?

by Sylvie @ Go Golfing

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Something truly soul-stirring is Agra’s grand Taj Mahal, India. An ode to endless and eternal love, the intricate carvings etched into the Taj Mahal walls telltale of one of the world’s greatest stories of love and loss. It’s a tale of a young prince who...

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The Free Bank Account Every Canadian Traveller MUST Have

by Kevin Gagnon @ Flytrippers

How would you like to get $50 completely free? Read on! Flytrippers is an online travel media: our mission is to help you travel more, for less. We do that mainly by curating the best flight deals from Ottawa and 8 other Canadian cities on

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10 Reasons to Visit New Zealand

by Kathy @ 50 Shades of Age

One of Australia’s closest neighbours across the ditch (Tasman Sea), is the land of the Kiwi, New Zealand. Because it is so close and has very affordable air fares, I have visited New Zealand on many occasions, and not just to ski the slopes, but to marvel at its splendour. I can give you at...

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Houston to Singapore on Singapore Airlines for $647 RT

Houston to Singapore on Singapore Airlines for $647 RT


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Singapore Airlines is offering TPG readers an amazing deal for a round-trip flight from Houston to Singapore for $647.

Co Tu party member helps locals improve living standard

by robert @ Uncategorized – VietNam Breaking News

PANO – Party member Dinh Van Tri, a Co Tu ethnic minority person, turning 72 this year, daily comes to each local household to encourage them to eliminate unsound customs and build up cultural life. He instructs them on cultivating wet-rice and taking care of local forests. The elderly lives in Phu Tuc village, Hoa […]

Aerolíneas Argentinas AR 1413 Mendoza-MDZ to Buenos Aires-AEP

by jeffrey @ Weekend Blitz

Aerolíneas Argentinas Flight # AR 1413 Mendoza-MDZ to Buenos Aires-AEP Dept 11:25 am Arrv 1:01 pm

Mendoza is quite a small, mostly domestic, airport. They have a few international flights, but mainly just to Santiago, Chile-SCL, just on the other side of the mountains. Our hotel advised us that arriving appx 1 hour before departure is more than enough time to check-in with bags when traveling to Buenos Aires.

BOOKING

We booked this segment as part of a larger Delta SkyMiles award ticket. Finding and adding Aerolíneas Argentinas award space to a Delta award reservation can be a bit tricky, so check out our guides here: Booking an Awesome Argentina Itinerary with Delta SkyMiles + Other SkyTeam Partners and All about our South American trip to Chile and Argentina: Santiago, Mendoza and Buenos Aires.

CHECK-IN

We arrived right at 10:25 am, one hour in advance, and made our way up to the Aerolíneas Argentinas check-in counter. There were only about 3 people in line with plenty of agents available to help. We handed over our passports and checked our 3 bags without any trouble.

BOARDING

There seem to be very few gates and waiting areas, so they had us wait until the small post-security gate was clear. Once we got on the other side of security, the waiting area was virtually empty:

Boarding, from what I could gather, started with rows 22-15 and then everyone else. This makes total sense: let those in the very back board first which, in theory, should speed up the boarding process.

SEAT

Our aircraft was a Boeing 737-700, in a 3 x 3 configuration with appx 22 rows of 6 across in economy + a 1st class cabin with 2 rows of 2 x 2:

We made it to our seats near the back of the plane:

The plane is noticeably older but still in fine shape with cloth seats. The pitch of the seats seemed quite small. It seemed like tighter legroom than most domestic Delta flights, probably more in line with AirAsia or Spirit Airlines.

The plane was only about 1/2 to 2/3 full with lots of empty seats. This might explain why they had already canceled a few of the flights before us in the morning: cancel one and just move those passengers to the later flight.

Seated by the window and ready to take off!

After a quick safety demonstration, we were airborne!

MEAL SERVICE

The drink and snack service was started promptly upon reaching cruising altitude so as to try and serve everyone on the relatively short flight.

While no choice was given, we were handed snack boxes with mini alfajores, cheese crackers, and another small pastry.

If nothing else, the boxes were cool and celebrated the history of flight and the airline

After a short flight, we began our descent into Buenos Aires.

Touchdown at Aeroparque Jorge Newbery, Buenos Aires!

After deplaning, we rushed off to baggage claim and then into the city to start our few days in Buenos Aires!

 

Senior Vietnamese man gets seven years child sexual abuse

by robert @ VietNam Breaking News

A 58-year-old man in southern Vietnam has been convicted of sexually abusing an elementary school girl and condemned to seven years in prison for the offense. Huu Be, living in Thoi Binh District, Ca Mau Province, was found guilty of sexually abusing the fifth-grader H.M.K., one of his neighbors. He will serve a prison term […]

Angkor Amazing Race Teambuilding

by Samnang Chhon @ Asia Natural Tour – ANT

Angkor Amazing Race Teambuilding Asia Natural Tour, the Teambuilding Expert has organized a one-day team building event in Siem Reap on 30th October 2017 Angkor Amazing Race for Trek2Forty Event hosted by Mr Subodh Panangatt from Dubai who had invited his 12 friends to travel to SEA to celebrate his 40th birthday and here is what he mentioned....

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Enjoy an eco-friendly getaway in Sirikoi Lewa Downs Kenya

by kristine @ Holiday Bazaar

In the thick of city life, it’s easy to forget how much wild beauty there is right here in Kenya. You may not see much on a singular drive out into the country. However, when you visit Sirikoi resort in the Lewa Downs Conservancy you’ll find yourself surrounded by natural wonders where wild animals ...

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Best street foods in Tokyo

by upbai @ Touristcompanies

Enjoying street foods is the best way to understand more about a city’s cultural identity and also the traditional cuisine. Keep an eye out for these Tokyo street food favorites during your next trip to this city.

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10 reasons why you should go on a cruise

by chief @ Holiday Bazaar

Traveling is appealing. You see a new world, it opens your eyes to new cultures and lifestyle. And what better way to experience this than going on a cruise? Cruising is not your ordinary vacation travel. It is a once in a life experience that we all should experience. It leaves you craving for me, ...

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VFF leader sends greetings to Catholic followers

by robert @ Uncategorized – VietNam Breaking News

He wished the Catholics a peaceful and prosperous Christmas and expressed hope that Catholic dignitaries would further encourage believers to join in the national construction cause towards “a wealthy people, a strong country and an equal, democratic and civilised society.” The president of the nation’s biggest mass organisation also acknowledged Catholics’ active participation together with […]

Lose yourself in the place of mirages – Etosha

by kristine @ Holiday Bazaar

If someday you had the opportunity to take a holiday in outer space, one part of Africa that could possibly take you there is the Etosha salt plain of Namibia. Known as the place of mirages, it’s a startling splash of white when seen from orbit. When standing at the rim of the salt plain, you will b...

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Callaway Golf Signs Sponsorship Deal with Go Golfing

Callaway Golf Signs Sponsorship Deal with Go Golfing


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Go Golfing, Australia’s biggest organiser of golf tournaments and hosted golf tours has inked a 2-year sponsorship deal with Callaway Golf.

Tracing the Mighty Murray River

by Kathy @ 50 Shades of Age

For us 2018 is going to be a quieter year travel-wise as we have other big events happening here at home during the year. However in saying that we are still managing to get away in our caravan for around six weeks of travel tracing the mighty Murray River. We intend heading south to the...

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Find the perfect holiday package with Holiday Bazaar

by kristine @ Holiday Bazaar

You’re ready to take your family on a dream vacation. But how best to find the right holiday package? The internet is inundated with travel adverts. Your inbox is in the same state if you subscribed to numerous travel deals newsletters. It’s difficult to compare packages in any straightforward way. ...

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The Free Bank Account Every Canadian Traveller MUST Have

by Kevin Gagnon @ Flytrippers

How would you like to get $50 completely free? Read on! Flytrippers is an online travel media: our mission is to help you travel more, for less. We do that mainly by curating the best flight deals from Winnipeg and 8 other Canadian cities on

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Costsaver European Hot Deals with Holiday Bazaar Limited

by chief @ Holiday Bazaar

WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO TRAVEL THE COSTSAVER WAY VALUE We give you quality paired with quantity when it comes to sightseeing tours in major cities EASE Travel is hassle free because we take care of every detail for you FUN Our Dynamic Travel Directors and Local Specialists keep each day   WHATR...

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Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa

by upbai @ Touristcompanies

With some of the finest diving in the archipelago to be enjoyed on the island's coral reef, this award-winningly eco-friendly hotel is one not to be missed by fans of the deep blue sea.

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Samode Haveli India

by upbai @ Touristcompanies

The townhouse of the aristrocratic Samode family; this is a sanctuary hidden away from the hustle and bustle of the streets.

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Photos show shark fins on roof of Vietnam’s embassy in Chile: media

by robert @ VietNam Breaking News

Shark fins have been discovered on the roof of a Trade Office building inside the Embassy of Vietnam in Chile, according to photos published by Chilean online newspaper El Mostrador on Friday. El Mostrador reported that neighbors of the Vietnamese embassy, located in Providencia in Chile’s Santiago Province, had smelled a foul odor coming from […]

Take the Family to Dubai Parks and Resorts this Holiday Season

by mitzi @ Holiday Bazaar

This season’s family package to Dubai Parks & Resorts is the perfect treat for children of all ages. This holiday season, take your family to Dubai’s first integrated resort destination — Dubai Parks & Resort, starting from April 2017. Visit all four parks with an exclusive...

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High-ranking delegation of HCMC visits Laos & Cambodia

by robert @ VietNam Breaking News

Its target contributes to promote and tighten further the solidarity, traditional friendship and comprehensive cooperation between Vietnam and Laos, and good neighboring relations, sustainable traditional friendship between Vietnam and Cambodia.  Additionally, the visit is also to strengthen and consolidate the friendship cooperation relationship with the localities of Laos and Cambodia including Vientiane capital, Champasak, Savannakhet […]

Blitz Deal: ~$614 RT Raleigh, Baltimore, Boston or Chicago to Beijing-PEK in New Delta A350 Premium Select

by jeffrey @ Weekend Blitz

This fare first popped up about 2 weeks ago, but it’s still alive so I thought others might find it useful!

The Deal Active departure airports: Raleigh-RDU, Baltimore-BWI, Boston-BOS, Chicago-ORD, Chicago-MDW Destination: Beijing, China-PEK Active dates: Depends on the departure city but around January 2018 to April 2018. Price range: $614-696 depending on the dates and the departure city. You can pretty easily include a stopover at Detroit-DTW on either the outbound or return trip–but no idea why you would want to do that. This deal is for the NEW Delta Premium Select cabin on their brand new A350s. The new cabin is a proper premium economy cabin, similar to what the European or Asian carriers have been offering for years. According to Delta, the seats feature 75% more recline and 8″ more legroom than traditional economy.

How to Get It Head to Google.com/flights Enter departure airport as “RDU,BWI,BOS,MDW,ORD” (this will show you all of the options from the area) and arrival airport as “PEK“ Select “Premium Economy” as the class of service Everything for this deal will route through Detroit-DTW since that is the only route that Delta is currently flying it’s new A350 to Beijing-PEK, so if you want to limit your search to just 1-stop itineraries, you can click to limit the connection airport to only DTW. If you leave this blank or set to “Any connection”, you see all of the multi-stop itineraries that will most likely also go through Atlanta-ATL, Cincinnati-CVG, New York-JFK, etc. View the calendar to see the lowest fares available: Select your preferred flight times. A few things to watch out for here: Make sure your long-haul routes are from Detroit-DTW to Beijing-PEK and double check that the aircraft is an A350 in Premium Economy. The great news with Delta’s new service is that if you book Premium Select for your international routes, the domestic segments book into First Class. Double check that this is the case. At this stage, you can click to book directly with Delta or, if you search the route directly on the Delta website, you can view a few more options.

Don’t forget:

If you book with Delta, you can book today and will have 24 hours for a free cancellation. Delta’s Premium Select earns a 50% MQM bonus, so this trip would net 21,000+ MQMs, meaning you’ve nearly earned Silver Medallion with one trip. BOTTOM LINE:

This is a pretty awesome deal to try out Delta’s new Premium Select cabin for just about $100 more than economy. Redeeming miles for the same cabin would cost ~128,000 SkyMiles so this fare is quite a bargain. As an added bonus, the domestic segments book into Delta First and the MQM bonus will yield 20k+ MQMs for elite status qualification.

Demand for beef up in Vietnam

by robert @ VietNam Breaking News

The ministry’s Livestock Department reported that Vietnam imported 262,321 live cattle and nearly 42,000 tonnes of meat (mainly beef with bone) worth a total of US$410 million. Meanwhile, the nation imported more than 6,500 tonnes of pork worth a total of about US$11.07 million, and more than 81,000 tonnes of poultry, valued at more than US$75.7 […]

Best 2017 Offers from Royal Caribbean International and Holiday Bazaar

by mitzi @ Holiday Bazaar

Sadly, the 2016 holiday season is over. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t plan your next 2017 cruising adventure! You’re in a for a treat. Royal Caribbean and Holiday Bazaar offer you and your family options to sail either the Caribbean or Mediterranean. No matter your choice, yo...

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Another Night At Windy Point 歌詞 Allday ※ Mojim.com

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The Free Bank Account Every Canadian Traveller MUST Have

by Kevin Gagnon @ Flytrippers

How would you like to get $50 completely free? Read on! Flytrippers is an online travel media: our mission is to help you travel more, for less. We do that mainly by curating the best flight deals from Halifax and 8 other Canadian cities on

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Online Flight Booking | Airfare | United States - Cathay Pacific

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Singapore City Tour during a 10-Hour Layover

by mccown @ Weekend Blitz

After flying in on Singapore Airlines from Jakarta (Singapore Airlines B777-200 First Class Jakarta-CGK to Singapore-SIN (SQ 953)), we were faced with a 10-hour layover in Singapore and, because we’ve never visited the city before, we took advantage of the layover and popped out of the airport (as impressive as it was) to see as much as we could in the short time.

Because Singapore is a hub, they’ve made sightseeing during a layover very easy! The airport offers free two-hour tours but, since we had more time than that, we opted to DIY and head out on the hop-on, hop-off bus. This gave us the freedom to do things on our own time and see more than the 2-hour free tour, plus Singapore Airlines/Silk Air boarding pass holders receive a 50% discount on bus tickets! We purchased adult tickets for just $19.50 SGD (roughly $14 USD) each once we hopped on a bus.

We knew that our luggage was checked through to our next destination, so we only had our carry-ons. We opted to store most of what we were carrying so we’d have less things to lug around with us all day and found the baggage storage at the airport to be more than adequate. Plus, there’s a storage area in all three terminals, so it’s very convenient no matter where you’re flying in/out (and pretty cheap for just carry-ons since they charge by weight).

Once we were free of everything but the day’s essentials, we headed through customs and right to the metro stop inside the airport (the metro leaves from Terminals 2 and 3).

It takes about an hour to get into the city center from the airport, so be sure to factor traveling time in your layover plan. We got off the metro at City Hall and walked to the nearby bus stop: aptly named City Hall, too.

Once on the Red Line bus, we decided to stay aboard until we found stops that we wanted to explore more, knowing that we’d get to see more stops if we stayed on the bus longer. Here are the stops where we got off for a bit and explored on foot:

Chinatown: having never been to China, Singapore’s Chinatown was as close as we’d get for a while, we figured. It was pretty similar to other Chinatowns we’ve seen, but still very cool to see and different from the rest of the city.

Old Customs House (near the Raffles Hotel): The famous Singapore Sling cocktail was originally concocted at the Raffles Hotel. We headed to the Long Bar Steakhouse in the luxury hotel to try it from the original place. It’ll cost ya, though… just one drink costs close to $30 (!!) but it does come with all-you-can-eat peanuts.  🙂

Note: The Long Bar Steakhouse is closed for renovations with plans to re-open in mid-2018, but you can still try the Singapore Sling at the nearby Bar & Billiard Room.

The grounds of the Raffles Hotel make you feel like you’re in a time machine to the colonial era since it [...]

Russian Concert Pianist Katya Grineva live at The Oshwal Auditorium

by chief @ Holiday Bazaar

World Famous Russian Pianist Katya Grineva Live in Nairobi MAKE MUSIC MAKE A DIFFERENCE TICKET SALES have Begun! To all you Music Lovers don’t miss this Evening of Romantic Piano. We are Lucky to have Katya Grineva at our doorstep… Events by Jilna Collis brings you an Evening of Romantic...

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Six Ukrainians among 18 dead in Taliban attack on Kabul hotel

by robert @ VietNam Breaking News

Six Ukrainians were among those killed in the Taliban-claimed assault on the six-storey Intercontinental Hotel in the Afghan capital, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin said on Twitter. Afghan interior ministry spokesman Najib Danish said 14 foreigners were among the dead, but did not specify their nationalities, in comments to Afghanistan’s Tolo News hours after the […]

2017 Easter Getaways

by mitzi @ Holiday Bazaar

We bet you found mid-term break a breath of fresh air. It’s only natural to start thinking about your next respite from city life. Easter holiday here we come! Our packages take you from the jewelled waters of Mauritius and Seychelles to family fun in Dubai and further east to Bangkok. No matt...

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Drummond Golf Sponsors Go Golfing Events

by Sylvie @ Go Golfing

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A sponsorship deal has been signed between Go Golfing and Drummond Golf that will see the Drummond Golf name at the forefront of two of Go Golfing’s longest running tournaments for club golfers. Known for 16 years as the Wrest Point Masters in Hobart, this...

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Callaway Golf Partners with Go Golfing

by Sylvie @ Go Golfing

Go Golfing Golf Tours

Go Golfing, Australia’s biggest organiser of tournaments and hosted golf tours and holidays for golfers has inked a two-year sponsorship deal with Callaway Golf that is sure to please club golfers. Go Golfing hosts 7 major tournaments each year for club golfers and the Callaway...

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Friendship Order presented to outgoing Algerian ambassador

by robert @ Uncategorized – VietNam Breaking News

PANO – Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Vu Hong Nam on January 12th in Hanoi presented the Vietnamese State’s Friendship Order to Algerian Ambassador Cherif Chikhi to Vietnam in recognition of his active contributions to developing the two countries’ friendships and long-term cooperation during his five-year term of office in the country. Deputy Minister of […]

The Perfect Daypack That EVERY Traveler Should Have

by Kevin Gagnon @ Flytrippers

Waterproof Ultra Lightweight Packable Daypack – $19,99 Everyone needs a little daypack to go out on their adventures! You should definitely at least have one. This daypack is very practical. It is foldable, water resistant … and comes in many different colors! You can use it

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A Big Thank You – International SOS Group – 80 pax

by Samnang Chhon @ Asia Natural Tour – ANT

Dear Sam, Thank you for all your help with everything, you were amazing and I’ve heard even more wonderful things about you. You went above and beyond, more than anyone else I was dealing with. I really appreciate all your efforts throughout this time. You were like my ‘right arm’ – apart from Tracey. It...

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2018 Ryder Cup: US VS EUROPE

by Sylvie @ Go Golfing

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The Ryder Cup is back in 2018, and it brings with it the passion and patriotism which embodies this historic golfing event. For only the second time ever the Ryder Cup will be held in continental Europe, hosted by Le Golf National in Paris, the...

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Huka Lodge Bucket List Golf Experience

by Sylvie @ Go Golfing

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Huka Lodge was founded in the 1920s by a charming Irishman, Alan Pye. He quickly established an unrivalled reputation for superb hospitality and trophy-size trout both of which still draw guests to Huka Lodge, Taupo, New Zealand, to this very day. Over the years the...

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