Tulip Festival in Morges Switzerland 2015

Swiss organ grinder morges tulip festival

Yet another lovely 15 degree Celsius day, a perfect weather for an outing with my little man. Here I am at Morges, Switzerland for her yearly Tulip Festival. This year Tulip Festival takes place between 28 March to 17 May 2015 in Independent Park of Morges, a beautiful town of Switzerland. This year, the festival features floral clump over a surface of more than 30'000 square meters and more than 120'000 tulip bulb of more than 380 tulip...

Vallée de Joux

Petite corniche in march 2015

Taking a break from Easter holiday, here I come with my family to Vallee de joux or joux valley in English. This is a small town between two lakes in canton of Vaud in switzerland. The view is awesome although the temperature is quite cold at 10 degree Celsius. With the sun, I capture the following exceptional photos: [caption id="attachment_1635" align="alignnone" width="1026"] beautiful vallée de joux...

Asean countries typical breakfast – Part 1


It is time for me to start speaking about ASEAN Country and their beauty as a world travel destination. Today, I am going to bring to you typical breakfast from five countries of ASEAN community: Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR and Malaysia. 1. In Brunei Darussalam, their typical breakfast is: Roti Telur or Roti with egg, simple and delicious. 2. Cambodia, the kingdom of wonder has many mouth watering breakfast....

Not Your Average Tourist Destination: Boston


Over a hundred miles northeast of New York City lies Boston, the capital of Massachusetts. Being the largest city, Boston owes its rich cultural heritage to New England. It has four distinct seasons all-year round with July as the hottest month, and January as the coldest. Also, locals have a distinguishable accent which is known as the ""Boston slang"" and made more famous by the Kennedys. Visiting here, art enthusiasts will surely have...

Five Ways You could solve Air Travel Problems

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[caption id="attachment_1599" align="aligncenter" width="640"] copyright https://www.flickr.com/photos/12548624@N03/[/caption] Modern people are having love and hate relationships with air travel. We need airplanes to go from one place to another faster and safer. However, we also have concerns about air travel and this isn’t an overstatement. Consumers are still frustrated by different aspects of flying and how it can affect their wallets....

top ten destination for kids in 2015 within the USA

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Kids love adventure and there’s nothing as memorable as an adventure-filled trip or journey away from home. Are you looking forward to surprising your kids, rewarding them for an excellent performance, or just family fun time, these ten kid-friendly attractions will prove to be grandeurs of all vacations. Magic Kingdom Walt Disney World Resort, Florida Every child love cartoons and Magic Kingdom Park is one of those places for your child...

Ancient Civilization of the Mexico’s natural wonders

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  [caption id="attachment_1565" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] by game of light[/caption] Mexico’s Natural Wonders: Mexico is a place of natural wonders, archaeological sites, historical spots, beautiful beaches and majestic mountains. It is not possible to do all sites at one go or in a single trip. If one is tight on budget or visits with less time, they will have to re-visit. The history of Mexico is vast and to experience...

Meet The Taste of Mexico Cuisine

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Mexican Cuisine by heac photo  Home to over thirty sovereign states like Oaxaca, Pueblo, Baja California, Jalisco and more; Mexico has a wide selection of cuisines. The Mexican cuisine is a mix of Asian and Arabic tastes. Use of chilies is prominent in all the parts and the assortment of salsa that one can relish here is no comparison with anywhere else. Corn and Chile peppers are staple items in all the recipes.  Let’s see what...

Machu Picchu: The Many Routes To Follow


Inca Empire built a mythic citadel on the top of the mountains around 1450. Not knowing that this archaeological site would once be the wonder of the world, Machu Picchu was believed to be a sacred site of Inca leaders. The existence of this site was only known to the peasants in the coming hundred years, when the citadel was abandoned. Machu Picchu was also used as a connection to travel to the Andes Mountains from the jungle and vice versa....

Dining In The Culinary Capital Of Lima

ceviche Japanese Peruvian dish

[caption id="attachment_1556" align="aligncenter" width="640"] ceviche Japanese Peruvian dish[/caption] Anyone who has heard the word “Ceviche”, definitely know its origin. After considering sushi as the only recipe that is made of raw fish, chefs from Peru marked the presence of ceviche as the number one raw fish dish. It is fish marinated in lemon juice or vinegar and tossed with peppers, red onions and tomatoes. In these times, chefs...

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